Spaniels ready for adoption

All spaniels looking for a forever home are or will be neutered/spayed, up to date with vaccinations and microchipped.  

If you are interested in adopting any of the Spaniels below please go to the 'Foster/Adopt/Volunteer' page and complete our  Volunteer form, telling us which dog you are interested in within the last field.  We will then contact you to arrange a home-check. 

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My name is Dolly and sadly I have been looking for my own home for nearly 2 years , I feel very sad and lost as no one has offered to give me a chance.
Aunty Dawn has asked me to write a little about myself to see if anyone can offer me a forever foster home , so here goes .....
I am a very special girl and I have Cushings disease which makes me a little incontinent - but this is manageable with some tablets in my food ( I leave them sometimes so my foster mum has to give me another special treat to eat them which suits me just fine ). I have to spend a few hours at the vets every 3 months, where they take some of my blood and test it - whatever that is but they are really nice and give me some biscuits whilst I,m there so that makes it worth while .
The vet is very pleased with how I,m doing with my meds so that’s good progress .
I,m very fussy when I go somewhere new and do need time to settle and adjust , infact my foster mum calls me Dolly Fussy Knickers, she,s very cheeky .
Once I feel secure, I do start to relax, and enjoy my belly to be tickled and will fall over backwards if not careful so you can tickle my belly for longer .
I really don,t like fireworks and get quite worried, but I,m getting better.
I enjoy my walks and do like to climb up on a tree if possible - I do pull on my harness, but if I,m on a longer lead, I,m happier but don,t EVER let me off though, as foster mum says it affects my hearing ,well, I don,t and won,t come back when I,m called, she thinks if I go off my lead I go deaf!!
Selective Spaniel hearing .
My party trick is to open door handles and I can do bolts too, I,m very clever and extremely intelligent although I say it myself
I would preferably like a home with no other dogs, no cats and no men, but I may put up with a very quiet one.
When I go somewhere new, I like to run everywhere to see if I can escape - I,m good at this, but if I can,t escape anywhere and the garden is secure then I will relax and then feel secure.
My foster mummy does love me and often tells me that there is someone special out there waiting for me , but because I can,t get on with other dogs, she wants to find me a really loving home on my own. I would so love a home to call my own now as I keep seeing lots of spaniels finding their perfect homes but it’s never me
I am a sweet, gentle, small spaniel. I don,t bite humans, like my toys, love a bone - I do have the odd accident, but I,m sure when you meet me, you,ll forgive all my quirks and love me for the happy, cheeky, fun loving Dolly I am . Hope Aunty Dawn likes my letter to you all, love Dolly

Ps please please give me a chance so that I can finally feel wanted and loved and spend the rest of my life In my own home .

Current location Neath Swansea

Please pm me if you feel that you can offer Dolly the home that she truly deserves .

Hello there my name is Rosie , I am currently in foster and ready to find my Forever Home .
I am 7 years old and have been spayed and my vaccinations are up to date .
I found myself in a foster home due to the fact that I am a very anxious and nervous girl and do react in certain situations . I am not fond or confident with other dogs and I do take a while to be confident around new people , but once I have built a bond with you I am a lovable and affectionate girl .
My previous family had to give me up as I was attacking the other female in our home ( due to jealousy ) and because she was blind she was bumping into me making matters worse
In light of this I will need a dog free Forever home where I will be given lots of time , patience and attention . Also no children please as I would find it a little too stressful and it would be harder for me to settle .
I do tend to be very nervous when meeting new people especially men , and I don’t appreciate people leaning towards me and will react by growling , this can be dealt with if you give me a treat .
I walk much better on a harness and my recall or so I’m told on a long lead is excellent , I do prefer to stay close when I’m out walking as this makes me feel secure .
I enjoy playing with a ball and don’t have any food aggression but if you give me a pigs ear I will guard it with my life
Can I just say that once I have settled and gained your trust I am the most loving and affectionate girl , you just need to bear with me . A calm home without lots of comings and goings would suit me the best , with people that are prepared to help me overcome my fears and anxieties and once I’m settled you really wouldn’t be disappointed
On a positive note I am a very good traveller and have no separation anxiety when left and am fit and healthy .
Help and advice can be given from a behaviourist if required .

Meet and greet ( Brighton BN1 ) and adoption donation of £250 applies .