Willow and Belle

Adopted on: March 29th 2021

All My Details

Age:
3 years old
Gender:
Female
Colour:
Willow - Black, Belle Champagne
Coat:
Willow, short - Belle, semi long
Neutered/Spayed:
No
Good with other dogs:
Don't Know
Good with cats:
Don't Know
Good with children:
Yes

Description

WILLOW AND BELLE
Willow and Belle are looking for new homes as their owner passed away and his wife can no longer look after them as they pull on the lead. They haven’t been walked much so are excited to get out. Both dogs are 3 years old and are not spayed. We would like to re home the dogs together however they can be parted. Belle is the long coated white girl and Willow is the short coated black girl
Both dogs are good with children, they are both good in the car. We noted, when walked, that they were curious about other dogs but did not react in an aggressive way. They have lived with a cat, Belle would chase but has never hurt the cat, Willow was brought up with the cat, however this is not to say that she would be fine with a strange cat. The owner described both dogs as very loving, Belle is more of a diva and loves to be fussed.
Due to the Covid rules we did not assess the dogs in their home, so some of the information is from the owner.
If you are interested in both or either dog please go to our adoption page and complete our questionnaire.
Willow and Belle are currently in Eastbourne

 

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