Candy is playful and very affectionate, repays kindness with interest. Gentle and quiet. Has quickly made friends with the neighbours. Will quickly become part of the family, or equally, a wonderful loyal companion to a singleton. Initially a little shy and would retreat to her bed. Now more likely to curl up on rug at your feet. House trained: Yes, very clean, no accidents. Candy is let out onto the garden first thing in the morning and last thing at night. During the day in addition to her twice daily walks she has access to the garden. She walks well on the lead, predictable and steady. Can be a little strong at times if excited and wants to greet a potential new friend. Recall is variable and limited still working on it, some improvement. She is very playful, loves to chase her toys in the garden, agile and at times spontaneously aerobatic when she tosses her toys in the air.
Dog Friendly: Early days, but a positive start always very keen to say hello to new doggy friends (even the big ones) during walks, totally non aggressively. Cat friendly: not sure, no chance encounters yet. Visitor friendly: Totally, met a family member, greeted him as an old friend with a wagging tail and shared a sofa! Child friendly: Again early days, Recent encounter with young family at the pet accessories shop, was cautious, but no fear despite being mobbed by young Kids and Mum, wagging tails all round.
Car travel: 100% fine. No fuss no bother becoming a seasoned traveller. (always restrained but barely needs it). Feeding Twice daily, good appetite not a fussy eater but nor a greedy dog. Will graze at leisure. Pub lunch friendly: Well behaved as a guest, Candy is a dog who knows how to behave in company. Even the waitress stopped to stroke her. Candy is a dog you can and will be pleased to take anywhere.
Please meet the lovely Candy who is doing very well in her foster home. She is very clean. She has twice daily walks for 30 minutes, 1 hour after twice daily feeding. Good on a lead ( sometimes a little strong at first) very affectionate. The first couple of days she would retreat to her bed, now she is more likely to curl up on the rug at my feet Very rarely barks, very inquisitive and alert. Always keen to meet other dogs on our walks of all sizes no sign of any aggression there, the only down side is limited recall if you are not close by. Plays with toys and steals slippers.