Fran is a sweet 3-year old Cavalier King Charles who is being fostered in the Rhondda, South Wales. As an ex-breeding girl she is very nervous and will need at least one other dog to live with in her new home. Fran is great with adults both male and female and loves my teenage daughters but will bark at younger boys in the home. This is currently being worked on and she is improving but she would like to live in an adult only home. Fran gets on well with dogs big and small. As an ex breeding girl Fran will need at least one other dog in the home. She has met loads of dogs out walking and greets them all with a happy tail wag. No to cats
Fran has the waggiest tail which makes her whole body shake. She enjoys being out on walks exploring the countryside but then returning home for a cuddle on the sofa with her humans. Fran is calm in the house. Her toilet training is nearly there, she is clean and dry in the day but has had the odd accident overnight. She sleeps in the kitchen overnight with other dogs for company, she hasn’t been destructive, so we’ve had no need to crate her. She’s happy to be left for a few hours if there’s another dog with her, on her own she will cry. She loves her food and although will grumble if another dog tries to eat from her bowl if you tell her ‘no’ she stops.
She doesn’t take notice of the cat in her foster home, unless he is sat on the window ledge behind the blinds. Fran will try to jump up at him when he does this but it’s because she is curious as to what it is. Fran hasn’t come across ant other small animals except birds in the garden which she chases and barks at. Fran is a typical waggy Cavalier. She wags her tail and wobbles her bum when she is out for a walk. She snores like a train too. Fran enjoys constant cuddles. Her house-training is a work in progress so this will need to be continued in her new home. She also needs help learning about jumping up and how it isn’t acceptable.
Fran walks well in the lead and loves being out and about. She will walk for about an hour at a time and has been to the beach and local forestry with her fosterers which she enjoyed. She is happy to meet other dogs big and small while out and is always polite. She travels well in the car in a crate and has been well behaved when at the vets. Fran needs an adult-only home as she is not fussed on children running about and will bark or chase. She would like her humans around for most of the time and are happy to take her for regular walks. At least one other kind resident dog is a must and patient owners who realise that as a puppy farm girl she may take a bit of time to adjust to her new life and not rush her.
Fran needs a home with someone home most of the day, as Fran craves human company. She needs dog savvy children that will not treat her as a toy if there are children in the home as she can bark and growl when she’s unsure. She loves going out on walks a few times a day but would be fine with an older person or couple that like to go out walking but not on long walks as she loves laying around sleeping. She needs a household that doesn’t mind her being on the couch or bed as her favourite place is next to her human and not in a dog bed or on the floor. She really feels she belongs on the furniture not the floor.
Fran is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in the Rhondda, South Wales. If you are interested in adopting Fran please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.