Casey – 1 year old female Cross-Breed

This lovely girl is Casey. She was born in January 2016 so she’s still only a puppy and most definitely acts that way sometimes. She is a Carpathian Shepherd and is over 40kg (or way more cos I can’t pick her up). Casey is fostered in Fordingbridge (FR017). Sadly, she was born with twisted back legs. One leg is not bad and she can propel herself along very well when in the garden and has a surprising turn of speed when she is after something she wants (don’t get between her and a furry squeaky toy!). The other one is more twisted.

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Much as she is a staggeringly beautiful dog she can bring a staggering amount of dirt into the house. Have a look at the pics and you will see just how bushy her tail is. Because of the way she gets about her back end is rarely lifted off the ground and consequently her tail is dragged along the ground collecting huge amounts of dirt. Also, I have never seen a dog moult so much! (and I’ve had German Shepherd’s). This could be because she was shedding a Romanian winter coat and perhaps her coat in UK climate wont get so thick. So be prepared for a lot of mopping and hoovering! She is not a dominant dog though mine find her size a bit intimidating and won’t play with her. She is not great with cats. She loves people and loves being made a fuss of.

However, for some reason, she is very wary of grey hair gentlemen of a certain age. Because she is little more than a puppy, she can play rough and you could get bashed by those massive paws so I wouldn’t rehome her with children under 12. I am in the process of finding out whether she is suitable for a doggie wheelchair. She is a really fun, happy dog and everyone that meets her loves her.

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