Lottie has recently come to us from a pound. It is early days in assessment but this is what her foster mommy has to say so far…..
About 24″ tts, around 3 yrs old, could live with a confident cat in experienced hands.
Lottie is really showing her affectionate side after 2 weeks in foster. She was quite self-reliant at first but she is learning that cuddles are really rather nice! She is starting to ask when she needs to go out and responding really well when called. She has such a lovely happy-go-lucky nature and happily shares toys with her foster brother and sisters. At night she now bounds into her crate to wait for her bedtime treat, after which she settles down without a murmur. She can be left for up to 2 hours so far as long as she’s got another dog for company but I think she would struggle without a companion. She’s a very playful girl so really needs to be homed with another playful young – ish dog otherwise she will most likely turn her energy to more destructive play. She is learning slowly that jumping up at people in her enthusiasm is not allowed but she can be quite clumsy and “gangling” so older children only.
Lottie is in foster in Surrey