(Rehomed) Hazel – 10 year old female Springer Cross

Hazel is a 10 year old female Springer Cross. She was found as a stray, presumed dumped. No one came to claim her, and so after 7 days in the pound she was taken to South East Dog Rescue. As you will see from her photos, She had a huge mass which was removed soon after she arrived.

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It weighed almost 1kg, so she was so happy not to have to carry that around any longer. Thankfully it was a benign tumour, and she recovered quickly and easily after the surgery. She have also had a second surgery to remove some small mammary tumours, and she was spayed at the same time.

The vets X-ray’d her chest which was all clear and so now she fully recovered from all surgeries and am ready to find her new family. Please do not let her age fool you! She a pocket rocket with a LOT of energy!! She absolutely love her walks and will need someone physically fit and able to work on her lead walking, as slow and steady is yet to exist in her vocabulary!!

She absolutely love people, and can live with sensible, dog savvy children aged 6 years and over. She happy to meet other dogs without any issues, and could live as an only dog, or with a canine friend. Unfortunately no cats or small furries.

It’s unlikely that she have any recall off lead she find smells far too interesting and my hearing is not all it used to be. She have not shown any signs of separation anxiety whilst in kennels, and appear to be house trained. She a perfect patient at the vets, and am learning to be calm in the car.

She haven’t had much training, so my new family will need to be prepared to invest time. Older dogs can certainly learn new trick especially if there are treats involved!! Before applying, please remember that I have a lot of energy as well as a lot of love to give!! I will need mental and physical stimulation, and a lot of cuddles. As well as a secure garden!!

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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