Daisy is a 7 month old female Cockapoo. She was found as a stray, presumed dumped with a terrible flea allergy and open cuts and sores.

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“I have recovered well with treatment and am now fit and well. She a typical bouncy puppy who has had zero training! I jump up to say hi and will mouth when I get over excited. For this reason, I am looking for a home with children no younger than 13 years.

You must show you are either experienced with my breed, or have carried extensive research – as Cockerpoo’s are not for the feint hearted. I will not be rehomed to first time dog owners. She currently in foster with other dogs but have displayed some low level resource guarding (with the dogs, not humans) and do not want to share cuddles… and for this reason, she looking for a home as an only dog.

I absolutely love everyone I meet and will give a full on, enthusiastic greeting to everyone who says hi to me!! I meet other dogs out and about without any issues, and my new home must be prepared to continue I stay well socialised with other dogs.

Once I’ve had my walk, I settle well in the home but please remember, I am a puppy who will need a lot of time and a lot of training. I am house trained as long as you take me to the garden to remind me where to initially. You must be prepared for a few accidents if I get caught short!!

I will need a secure garden, and to be with someone for most of the day. She cannot live with cats or small furries. I currently too young to be spayed, so I will be rehomed on a neutering contract.

My new owners are expected to take me to our vets in Dover for my spay when I am old enough, or to have me neutered at your own vets (proof will need to be provided). She have the time and the experience to take on a puppy who has lots of energy, lots of love to give and will keep you on your toes.”

South East Dog Rescue
South East Dog Rescue

For further details regarding adopting a dog from South East Dog Rescue in Kent, please telephone 07568796927 between 10am-5pm.

Alternatively please email southeastdogrescue@hotmail.com

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