Macy (blue collar in double pictures)

At a Glance...
Rescue Centre / Kennel: SY English Springer Spaniel Rescue
Reference: N/A
Age: 1-2
Gender: Female
Size: Medium / Large
Neutered: Yes
Good With Other Dogs: Yes
Good With Children: Some / more info in description
Good With Cats: Some / more info in description
More About Me...
Macy and her sister Annie were found as puppies in a derelict hotel in Cyprus, there was no sign of their mother and so by 4 months they were in kennels. They are now 22months old and have been in kennels all the time. They do have a strong bond and so we would home them together if the opportunity arose but realistically know this is a big ask so instead hope to find them a home on their own but ideally with another dog. They were briefly in a foster home when they were first found so do have some housetraining but this will probably need re-visting and they have chewed there bedding etc in their kennel so this will need to be considered. One of our volunteers has taken them to their home on a few occasions and they have also had a sleepover there. Macy did eventually settle but was initially quite nervous about coping with the noises associated with living in a home (hoover, washing machine etc ) and even though they could see she was desparate to go in the living room she stayed outside because of the sound of the TV. Macy would need to be given chance to get used to these things without any pressure being put on her. Macy walks lovely on a lead and is was pretty good off it too although more recently she has been coming back less quickly and we are not sure whether this is because she is becoming stir crazy from being in kennels for so long or just because she is getting more confident and just enjoys running too much to come back straight away but whatever the reason a little work will be needed on her recall. She has never been without another dog so would need to be homed with another, she has shared a kennel with two other dogs beside her sister without trouble although she is used to playing quite robustly with her sister so any companion would need to be equally robust. She really is a gorgeous girl but so far life has not been too kind to her and she has not yet known the joy of having a family of her own to love. We would dearly love to see her in a home before much longer as almost 2 years is far too long for her to have been looking for a home. If you think you can help then please read the details below on adopting a dog and then give us a call us on 0114 2570625 or 0114 2879786 ADOPTING A DOG The first stage of the process is to complete one of our application forms (you can do this either before or after speaking to us). You can access our application forms either on our website or by sending us a message on FB or by email ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). Once we have received this we will contact you. If there is a particular dog you are interested in please indicate this on the form, if not we will let you know which of our current dogs might fit in with your family circumstances. If none of the dogs are a match we will contact you when a dog comes in that we think will be suitable. You can find details of our dogs currently looking for homes on both our website and Facebook page (we are currently in the process of updating our website but in the meantime you will find it easier to access using a laptop/PC rather than phone etc). Before you can adopt a dog someone will need to visit you at home to meet the family and see whether your home & garden is appropriate for the dog you are interested in. We will also ask for a reference from your vet to ensure that you gave your previous pets appropriate care. Except in exceptional circumstances both these checks will need to be carried out before you come to meet the dog(s). Whether or not you can take a dog following that meeting is depends on whether both yourself and ourselves are confident that it is the right dog for you and also on the dog in question. It may be in some circumstances that you need to come back a number of times to get to know the dog before giving him/her a home. Before taking a dog home you will be required to make the appropriate adoption donation this does vary depending on age/health of dog but on average is around £150, please ask about this prior to meeting the dog. Before you can take a dog home we also ask that you bring with you a lead and a tag for his/her collar which has on it your name, address and telephone number so he/she is identifiable should he/she get lost.
Adoption & Contact Info...

 

This dog is listed on behalf of South Yorkshire English Springer Spaniel Rescue, for more information on him/her please check out their website at www.syessr.co.uk.
Here you will also find all their contact details and information on their rehoming policy.

 

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