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Age: 4 Months / Not neutered
Type: Mixed breed
Size: Medium estimate
Location: In foster in Alton.
Live with children: Children 5 years+
Live with dogs: Yes
Live with cats: Yes
Cagney arrived 22nd January and is in foster and enjoying UK life. She is now ready to find her family.
She is fully vaccinated and microchipped but is too young to be neutered so her adopters will need to commit to doing this once she is old enough.
Below is what her foster mum says about her.
Dogs name: Cagney
Where does Cagney sleep at night?
In her bed, next to our bed. She went through the night and was woken at 6.30am by our puppy asking for the toilet.
How is Cagney with current pets?
Cagney confidentially knocks along with our dogs but has yet to join in with or instigate play. She isn’t pushy and is happy to snuggle on the sofa with them.
Is Cagney clean indoors?
Yes, baring a couple of accidents (one was due to a lack of attention by me).
Can Cagney be left alone?
For a short period which will increase
over the days.
Is the dog out on walks? Yes.
How do they walk on the lead? She walks well on a harness and is improving with each walk.
Has Cagney met with other dogs?
Yes. She is nervous at first but interacts with encouragement. I’m taking her all over the place to meet as many dogs as possible.
How is Cagney with humans?
Cagney prefers to approach people and will shy away if someone is too keen. We went for coffee at a dog friendly cafe this morning and she was impeccably behaved.
Have you noticed if Cagney is afraid of any particular things?
Not really. She obviously needs to grown in confidence with different experiences and, as with most dogs, she’s relaxed if you are.
Any other useful information ?
Cagney is a precious little girl who will thrive in a calm and nurturing environment. At the moment I feel she will be better placed in a family without young children.
Cagney has just started to play with her foster mums dogs so will like to live with a dog or meet dogs regularly.