Casey came to us from a pound, at risk of being put to sleep. She is the first dog to come in to rescue through Maggie’s Mission.
She arrived feeling very anxious and timid but less than 24 hours we could see her true personality.
She has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, bathed and flea treated. She was not good with most other dogs although had been able to Sit in fairly close proximity to another male dog.
She was a stray so we can only guess at her age. Casey is around 2 years and now in an experienced foster home and loving every minute of it.
While she has been great with children she has met, we would not place Casey in a family with young children as we do not know her background.
She is an absolute joy. She will make a wonderful companion for the right family. She is still very much a young dog and has already learned some obedience cues. She is a very quick learner and has picked up Sit, Paw, Wait, Down and Bed already. She has also been learning recall. She walks nicely on lead too.
She has been tested with other dogs and while she couldnt live with another she is manageable. She is able to Sit in the presence of another dog or walk past. Her wonderful fosters have been training her around other dogs and she can walk past them with no problems. She just doesnt like dogs running up to her face.
She is extremely affectionate and loves her belly rubbed. She is also learning to play with toys and loves footballs.
She is not overkeen on the car but does travel ok.
She will need someone who is prepared to commit to continuing her training so that she reaches her full potential.
- Casey will need to be the only dog in the house
- Someone who is prepared to continue her training
- A garden
- Casey can be rehomed with children over 8
- No cats