Ruby – 3 year old female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Ruby is a 3 year old female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who is looking for a special home. Ruby is a small, loving lapdog who can be a little temperamental. She is lovely with people but she cannot live with another dog as she can get aggressive with them in the house. So far she has always behaved well with dogs she meets when out. She has Syringomyelia and will be on medication for life. Her medication will cost roughly £15 – £20 a month at her current dose (this may have to be increased over time). She also has dodgy knees which may or may not need work in the future. At the moment they cause her no problems at all and she loves her walks. Thankfully her heart is good.

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Ruby can be left for up to 4 hours, travels well in the car, and although she is a little fussy, she eats well. We are looking for a home with no other animals. Children over 10 will be considered. Ruby has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.

Please complete the application form on our website if you feel you are able to offer Ruby the home she is looking for. Please do not apply by phone. We will get back to you about your application as soon as we can.

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Forest of Dean Dog Rescue
For further details about adopting a dog from Forest of Dean Dog Rescue, please email or fill out the online application form at: Forest of Dean Dog Rescue is a Community Group of like-minded people dedicated to rescuing unwanted and/or abandoned dogs in the Forest of Dean and surrounding area. All dogs rehomed are vaccinated, neutered and microchipped before rehomed to carefully checked homes. Home checks and full adoption support is offered post-adoption.
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