Titch’s owner contacted us to rehome her as he can’t give her what she needs, particularly at her age, due to health problems. It’s incredibly sad as her dad is lovely; she has been really well cared for and loved, it’s such a shame. He got her at 6 months old from a dogs home. Titch is fully vaccinated (booster due Feb) and microchipped, we will be neutering her in due course and she’ll get her Kennel Cough vaccine. She is a healthy dog. She has a lazy right back leg but this has been previously checked by her vet and is not a problem. She’s had this from a puppy.
Titch is incredibly lively! Full of energy and play, she really needs an active home with people who can give her lots of time and exercise. She is ok with other dogs, loves to chase and play, perhaps a bit too boisterous for some. She loves balls, knotted ropes, bones and choc drops! She has to have toys and bones as she loves to chew. Titch is good with the grandchildren, she just loves to play. She knows various commands and is responsive, she does have a limited attention span though, well, she is still only a puppy really what do you expect!? She still mouths out of excitement and friendliness. She loves her home comforts; she’s used to having run of the house and lies on the sofa with her Dad.
Titch is absolutely adorable and will make someone a fun companion; she will keep you on your toes that’s for sure but in a good way! She does accost visitors, she’s like a giant bee buzzing around you all the time because she’s so incredibly playful and friendly, licking your face, hands and even climbing on your back when sat down so she perhaps needs a little bit of kind training in this regard!