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Sex: Female neutered
Age: 10 months
Type: Mixed breed
Size: small to Medium - approx 10kg
Location: Foster home - Addlestone, Surrey
Live with children: Yes - 8 years+
Live with dogs: Yes
Live with cats: Yes
Special Requirements: Cinnamon is a little shy at first so needs a home who can give her time to settle. Another sociable dog under 8 years old in the home.
Important criteria: No other dogs over 8 years, no children under 8 years. No adults under 30 years.
OUR ADOPTION FEE IS £550
Cinnamon arrived recently from Crete, poor girl found herself in a shelter in Crete forgot and without proper care.
Cinnamon was not given walks, love or affection from humans so she is a little shy at first, but has not taken her long to see how humans and life can now be good.
Cinnamon is only 10 months, she is neutered and sweet natured, she has only known other dogs and she would enjoy another sociable dog in the home for company and guidance.
Please complete an application form if keen to adopt and ready to go.
We ask you only apply if you are 100% committed to the hard work a puppy can bring, broken sleep, toilet training, socialisation, boundaries. The first week is very important and with the right boundaries and guidance our pups will easily adjust and make a lovely additions to any home but adopters need to be fully prepared.
IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO ADOPT IMMEDIATELY PLEASE DO NOT APPLY AS YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A REPLY.
Our foster home has provided the feedback below:
Dogs Name: Cinnamon
Arrival date: 18th July 2021
Where does Cinnamon sleep at night?
It was Cinnamon’s first night last night, so I slept downstairs with her. She was good as gold and slept through – I had to wake her up. The plan is that she will sleep downstairs tonight with the other dogs.
How is Cinnamon with current pets?
We have 2 female Jack Russell Terriers and are doggie sitting a female chocolate Lab. We also have another female foster dog. Cinnamon has fitted in well and we have had no issues – she has had a sniff but mostly ignores them. We also have 2 cats and Cinnamon has not reacted to them at all. She is yet to meet the chickens 😊
Is Cinnamon clean in doors?
Yes, she has been fantastic, and we have had no accidents.
Can Cinnamon be left alone?
Cinnamon was left alone with the other dogs for 30 mins this morning and did not find this a problem. She is also fine when we leave the room and just settles.
Is the Cinnamon out for walks?
Cinnamon had her first walk this morning. Understandably she was nervous but walked well and appeared to enjoy it.
How does Cinnamon walk on the lead?
Cinnamon is nervous but once she gets going walks well. She is quite strong on the lead. This will need work, but I am confident that she will quickly learn.
Has Cinnamon met other dogs?
Cinnamon loves other dogs. We met lots this morning, all different shapes and sizes and she was keen to say hello. Cinnamon was very respectful, and the other dogs really liked her.
How is Cinnamon with humans?
Cinnamon is a super sweet and gentle soul. She loves people, especially children and is very affectionate. She just wants to get as close as possible and loves to sit on a lap for cuddles. She gives the best kisses. She loves my sons who are aged 9 and 12 and they in turn adore her. She is initially very shy but soon warms to anyone who will offer her love. She is very needy and will try to climb up for cuddles when she is feeling anxious.
Have you noticed Cinnamon is afraid of any particular things?
Cinnamon is just getting used to being in the house and is taking it all in. She is very shy and has found a safe place under the kitchen table. She is a little nervous of the TV but is getting used to it. We have a noisy, busy household and this has not fazed her.
She was alarmed by a cyclist this morning, but this is something she just needs gentle exposure to. We haven’t been near traffic yet but I think this will be quite scary for her initially.
Any other useful information?
Cinnamon loves her food and is a hungry girl. She appears very food orientated so this should make training easier.
I think Cinnamon would love to live with another kind and gentle dog as she really looks to the other dogs for reassurance. She is very needy so would not be well matched with another needy dog. We have not seen her play yet, but I have been told that she is very playful.
Cinnamon is an active, strong dog and she is going to need lots of exercise so would love a family who will take her for lovely long walks.
Cinnamon settles well, and I think if she is well exercised will be a very chilled out girl.
Cinnamon is just adorable and has settled in so well. With training and patience, she will make a fantastic family dog. We are so excited that she will soon find his forever home and a family who will give her all the love and kindness that she deserves.
Good luck sweet Cinnamon xx