Jasper has found his forever home!

Jasper has settled into his forever home so well!

6 year old Jasper came to us after an incident with another dog left him very nervous and his owners felt they didnt have the skills to manage this.

This is what his assessor observed..

Jasper is still very excitable like a puppy, when you first enter the property, jumping up, he is friendly enough, he shows no fear or aggression, he soon settles, when in the property. He is a typical spaniel, needing to be entertained, or worked

I took Jasper on a good walk, we went to the duck pond, on the way there we passed numerous, pigeons, no interest, we passed loads of people no interest, no interest in children. We did pass a dog, but the owners didn’t let their dog approach, but it was just excitability shown, like oh good a friend to play with. We saw ducks and swans, no interest what so ever.

Jasper pulls slightly on the lead, nothing excessive, it is purely, to sniff and see, and wee as much as possible. Jasper does the spaniel thing from left to right, to left to right, head to the floor sniffing, everything else is irrelevant.

Jasper will chase cats, but has never come in close proximity of one, he has seen and met horses, not scared, he loves other dogs to play with, but will bolt back if dog is aggressive. Jasper is not scared of loud noises, he has been taken to the fireworks since little.

His new owners have had him a few weeks now and he is settling in so well

Jasper is a lovely dog and we have had him groomed and registered him with the vet. We have given him his flea and worming tablets. 

He follows me around like a shadow and gets lots of walks although we have not yet let him off the lead.

He is very friendly with other dogs and people who visit. He chases squirrels in the garden but never catches them!

Please contact us if you can offer a home to Jasper

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