Caro is a 10 year old male Cross-Breed. Caro was found in the streets of Romania and is now in a foster home in South Wales. Gorgeous Caro has settled in beautifully with his foster Mum, read on to see what she has to say about him! Caro is a somewhat dignified and quiet little man overall, but don’t be deceived/ All of a sudden he’ll burst into life during ‘ Caro’s Mad Half Hour’ and thoroughly enjoy himself chasing around the house, finally collapsing into a happy panting heap! Caro has his routine all sorted to his satisfaction and to his foster Mum’s as he’s such an easy dog to care for. If you’re not an early riser – fear not – neither is Caro. He greatly enjoys taking life easy, especially in the mornings. When it’s time for a walk, Caro will eagerly leave his beloved bed and waits patiently to have his harness put on. Then he’s off to check out his local territory, with a spring in his step and his head held high.
Clever Caro walks beautifully on the lead and his recall is also very good indeed. He enjoys meeting other dogs wherever he goes but unfortunately considers cats fair game for chasing, so his ideal forever home wouldn’t have any felines around the place. As previously mentioned, Caro is a quiet sort of chap and rarely barks as his foster Mum has discovered, so he’d be ideal for anyone wanting a nice quiet dog ( apart from Caro’s crazy half hour). Caro has a cataract which is the source of his vision problems but perhaps problem isn’t quite the right word for it as Caro manages as well as any fully sighted dog. Caro’s main challenge was that he gets stressed on car rides, however, his foster Mum is pleased to note with time, patience, reassurance and being able to travel in his bed, Caro has much improved with this, so any adopter would need to be aware that Caro’s travelling capabilities are a work in progress but so worth the effort. Caro’s foster Mum has recently updated us on how Caro is coping with car travel as of January 2017 and she says he is improving all the time.
Caro enjoys his food very much, his health appears good and he recently had a thorough spa treatment to remove his neglected coat and make him feel comfortable, check out the photos to see his new look! Caro’s blessed with plenty of confidence which despite his terrible past, has helped him to survive and make the most of all the opportunities offered now he is safe. Caro is extremely happy with his new foster Mum and she says he’s a pleasure to care for, but he would really love a family he could call his own forever. Caro is such an easy little dog and doesn’t ask for much, just some space in someone’s heart and home, someone that would let him enjoy a nice lie in every morning. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to adopt dear Caro, he asks for so little but would give so very much in return.
Please email the rescue if you have any questions or are interested in adoption. We will do a home visit and ask you to sign an adoption contract. Our adoption donation is £225. We don’t rehome our dogs to families with children under 10 years old.