Sooty - Older CKC *Rehomed by Long-Term Foster*

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Sooty - Older CKC *Rehomed by Long-Term Foster*

Postby ash » Tue Oct 06, 2009 10:58 am

Sooty is a 7 year old black and tan Cavalier who is brill with people (kids included!) amd other dogs. He is fully house trained (does some marking, but that will pass) and loves lounging around all day. He adores chilling out on our bed with the other dogs, typical Cavalier :roll:

He has been neutered and had an abscess removed from one of his anal glands, poor pet, but dealt with it all in his stride. He only needs the lampshade at night, he leaves his stitches alone during the day. His coat was in terrible condition so he had to be shaved , he now looks fab after his pampering. He is quite underweight but eats really well so that will soon be fixed. ;)

Sooty had a grade 5 heart murmer, which in unfortunately all too common in this breed, and has been given about two years by the vets. He gets tired quite easily (can only go for 10 minute walks) and may need to go on medication as he gets older. He is not on any medication at the moment.

Sooty is such a sweetheart, he is full of love and licks for everyone he meets. He would fit into any household well but a nice, quiet home where he can spend loads of time snoozing would suit him best :)

Photos to follow.
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC

Postby mimi » Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:52 pm

He sounds great, I would love to adopt him.
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC

Postby ash » Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:47 pm

Having a snooze
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Only one I could get of him awake - does him no justice at all.
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC

Postby mimi » Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:41 am

He is a gem! Would it be possible to meet him?
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC

Postby jenbear » Wed Oct 07, 2009 3:13 pm

What a beautiful face!
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC

Postby ash » Wed Oct 07, 2009 6:11 pm

Mimi - I have sent you a pm. You need to contact the admin team (under "contacts" on the main web page) to arrange a meeting. Have you filled out an adoption form (under "forms and downloads")?

Sooty is a great little chap, loves everyone he meets (and eveyone who meets him loves him!) and gives back ten times the amount nyone puts into him - I can't say enough good things about him! :D
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC *RESERVED*

Postby kaydoyle » Wed Oct 07, 2009 6:53 pm

We brought Sooty to the vet for a check-up last week and what a little dote :) There wasnt a word out of him on the journey in the car and even when he was being examined by the vet his little tail kept wagging :D He is one of the most loving and gentle little dogs I have ever met ;)
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC *RESERVED*

Postby Curly » Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:54 am

Hi Mimi,

Sooty may already have a forever home, but if you would like to complete your adoption application form and send it in just in case.

Thanks.
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC *RESERVED*

Postby mimi » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:11 am

Ok great thanks.
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Re: Sooty - Older CKC *RESERVED*

Postby JoeKelly » Tue Oct 13, 2009 7:27 pm

Just checking to see if he has a forever home. I sent in an application a while ago.

Thanks
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