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> Duke 7 Yr Old Ex Breeding Cocker Spaniel, with Pro Dogs Direct
Bugsie
post 3rd Feb 2012, 10:23 pm
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Duke is a 7 year old Male Cocker Spaniel

He is an ex stud dog.

Duke is nervous at the moment but with a
Little time and patience he will make a smashing pet.

Duke will need to be rehomed with another resident dog
To show him the way.

We will not rehome Duke with young children as he has not
Been around them.

He has been vaccinated, neutered and micro chipped.

Duke is on foster in Peacehaven West Sussex

A donation will be required on adoption
Homechecks will be carried out
Please contact via website http://www.prodogsdirect.org.uk/


fosters comments.

He is such a lovely dog, and to be honest I cant fault him in any way. He is good on his lead, he is perfect around my birds and other dogs and loves nothing better than a cuddle and to be around me. He will bond really well with his owners.

If his new owners have dogs, they must be really gentle. The slightest sign of aggression causes him to cower, and crawl away on his belly. I think cats would be a problem too, but more for him than to the cat, unless it is gentle and will leave him alone.

He really is the sweetest dog. I think it would stress him not to be allowed in the bedroom at night with his new owners. He likes to sleep in his own bed, and settles well through all night, but needs the security of having you there. He hates being shut out. Libby found that out, as she wont have dogs in the bedroom. I think that is an important issue for him though.

He will stay with my other dogs if I go out for a couple of hours. In fact, as I said, he cant be faulted. I just love him.




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post 2nd Mar 2012, 9:52 pm
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Duke is still patiently waiting.
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post 18th Mar 2012, 10:34 am
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The Duke is patiently waiting for a forever home.
He is such a good boy.
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post 6th Apr 2012, 11:28 am
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He looks so sad, surely someone could put a smile on his face sad.gif
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