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I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Hi! My name is Cash. I had lived with my previous family since I was six months old, but they recently made the difficult and sad decision to have ESRA find me a new Forever Home. Because their living situation had changed, they were no longer able to give me the attention and exercise I need.
I'm a very sweet boy. My former owner said that I'm the sweetest Springer he's ever known, and my new foster mom agrees! I'm also gentle and well behaved, and I love to be near my people. I really enjoy attention and snuggling, but I'm not a pest about it. I'm housetrained and crate trained. I don't really like to be in the crate with the door closed, although my previous family put me in it when they were not at home. I do like my crate, though, and I feel safe in it. I like to take naps and sleep in it at night with the door open. Riding in the car makes me nervous and anxious, but I do really well if I'm in my crate with the door closed. My foster mom took me on a six-hour round-trip car ride recently, and I did great.
I LOVE kids and am very good with them, even the little ones. I also like other dogs, and I do very well at the off-leash dog park. I get along well with my canine foster sister, even though she can be a little territorial. I understand that she is the main dog and I'm a visitor in her home, so I'm very respectful of her and of her things (even when her thing is really mine!). I am not aggressive about my food or my toys. I don't do well with cats, though, so it would be best if there were no cats in my Forever Home.
I LOVE to get exercise! My foster mom has been taking me twice a day to places where I can run off-leash. I run, run, run, and sniff, sniff, sniff to my heart's content. I stay close to Mom and keep her in my sight most of the time, so she never worries about losing me. I also have great recall and know how to Come, Sit, and Lie Down. I need to work on Stay. When I'm on the leash, I tend to pull, but my foster mom thinks I can easily learn to be better at that.
In the house I'm very calm. My foster mom lets me have free rein with my foster sister when she is not at home, and I have done really well. People think I have a great hunting instinct, and I probably do, but I'm gun shy, so I wouldn't make a good hunting dog. I will make a great, loyal, and affectionate companion for my people, though. Please contact my case managers at the e-mail address below if you'd like to meet me!
From Cash's foster mom: Cash is truly a sweet, loving, gentle, wonderful, happy, and healthy dog. He would do well in a home with children of any age, but without cats. Even though he was raised as an only dog, he would be fine either as the only dog or with another dog, as long as he gets attention, too. Cash loves to snuggle and be close to his people. As a typical Springer, he loves to please, and his tail is constantly wagging. He would probably do best in a home where he is not left alone for many hours at a time. He is very athletic and thrives with regular exercise that usually includes running off-leash. Cash would be a devoted, loving companion and a great addition to any family, with or without kids.
Please note that an approved adoption application is the first step in a more thorough interview process that is designed to match each dog to exactly the right family, and that the final decision rests with the dog's case manager.
Please read the Adoption FAQ and get an Adoption Application approved before inquiring about Cash.
Contact: ESRA Case Managers, Ellie Starks and Rebecca Thompson email@example.com.