View Full Version : Halibert (blenheim male) at Many Tears

Kizzys Mum
12th January 2010, 06:41 PM
Halibert is a 3 year old cav who here has been nothing but sweet. He was rescued from the pound and is a little dog with a big personality. He is said to be food possessive with other dogs and people but we have seen none of this. Instead a happy friendly cav. Maybe once in a home he may need guidance but we can only reiterate that we have not seen this. Please apply only if you are prepared to work through anything that could arise later as it is very rare to get a cav from a pound.


14th January 2010, 06:01 PM
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UPDATE 13.01.10
Halibert was given to us to re-home as we were told he did not like other dogs and could be food aggressive. He lives here with 4 other dogs, eats alongside them and sleeps in a basket with them. What we see here is a very happy wagging little good looking cav, desperate for love and attention. If you understand dogs I would find it hard to believe he could cause you any problems at all.

13-01-10 UPDATE

Ella is simply adorable (seen here catching snow)! She has a gorgeous rich coat and perfectly proportioned body a real gem. Initially she arrived a little stressed but after being allowed to explore and find her paws, she has fitted in perfectly with us and our dogs. She walks very well on the lead and, whilst out, thoroughly enjoyed socialising over the park with other owners and their dogs. Like all Cavaliers, she loves her food so training will be very easy. Ella is very gentle and could easily go with dog savvy children who allow her time for her confidence to continue to grow. She'll need a gentle pal or two who can help her along her path.

13-01-10 UPDATE
Hiccup has been with me for over a month and I have been waiting to do a positive update on her, but unfortunately the only way I can describe her at present is "frightened of her own shadow". Normally I would have expected a dog to have gained some confidence by now, but literally she will bolt for the safety of her bed if anyone bar myself tries to approach her. The only way i can get her to eat is to hand feed her, no amount of coaxing will get her to eat any other way. Any prospective adopter for Hiccup I feel must meet the following criteria: at least one person should be at home all day; no children as she just wouldn't cope; and one other friendly dog, preferably a cav as she seems to prefer the company of my other ex breeding cav over my other dogs. I know this is a lot to ask but Hiccup is not a ready made pet and definitely "work in progress". However, to see her flourish will be well worth the effort

07-01-10 UPDATE
Orphelia is still very nervous and having trouble getting her to leave her safe spot on the couch. We are slowly trying to get her to go into the garden for wee etc but she is very timid and in the rain and dark there is no chance so there is still a long way to go until she's house trained. She is very sweet, a little possessive of her food, but with the puppies around that's understandable. In all a dear little dog who will need a very kind and patient home to help her.

14th January 2010, 11:46 PM
I have applied for Hiccup :xfngr: wish I could take them all !

15th January 2010, 12:49 AM
Hi Kizzy's MUm:

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