Age: 2 years
Ref Number: 128
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Rehoming – Profile
Crackers came into us via the dog warden, so we have no history on her.
Behaviour observations on site:
Crackers by name Crackers by nature!!! She is a high energy and very bright young girl who needs some guidance as she is bored easily and becomes very excitable, she is extremely affectionate when she is calm and is a lot of fun to work with.
Crackers will need help with housetraining but once in a new routine at home this should not take her long. Crackers loves to run and play and would like a medium to large secure garden to run around and play in.
She is a typical spaniel when out on walks with her nose into everything and is not worried about the rain she actually seems to like getting wet and muddy. Spaniel experience is essential due to her showing breed traits and for any new adopter to understand and work with her behaviour.
Crackers is a playful and loving girl who will be a lot of fun once settled, she would suit an active household who enjoys being out exploring the great outdoors.
Adoption fee: £180
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the dog.
She is fully vaccinated, flea and wormed and she has been neutered whilst in our care.