Ginger- Cocker Spaniel- Female - 26 pounds - 10 yrs.
Hi Guys! I'm a bossy, demanding female typical to my Cocker roots but what I lack in structure I more than make up for in my beside manner. I love to be spoilt and have a touch of separation anxiety for fear of being abandoned again. I can talk and howl with the best of them but know not be excessive and make a nuisance of myself. My ears and skin have allergies so special food and medication will need to given and maintained for my lifespan so I can be comfortable....its not expensive so I can still be your special someone. I prefer to be the only dog as I don't like to share and get jeolous. I can cohabitate with fellow K9s peacefully but don't like anybody crowding my space or taking my attention. My eyes have a cataract in one of them but my other is still in good working order.....I don't much l ike small kids as they make me nervous and I can be a bit persnickety when touched roughly in the wrong places. Even with the bad I have more good traits that shine through. I am very loyal and will love my family with all my heart! I'm an INDOOR dog and prefer to sleep with my human or on the local couch/chair or have my own doggie bed on the floor. My previous family didn't care about me so they just threw me away without looking back! Please open your home and hearts to me and I won't let you down.....just look at my sad, soulful eyes....don't I just break your hreart???
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