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Honey

Honey is a gorgeous, sweet and small girl who is looking for someone to love her very much. Honey is great with the other dogs she is being fostered with and initiates the 'play bow' occasionally but generally she just loves to be around her humans and really enjoys tummy rubs and cuddles on the lounge. Like all her breed, she loves to snuggle on the bed with you and get in under the covers at night and in winter. Honey is a little shy around new people and does look to her carer for reassurance but, when settled, her tail never stops. She loves playing with small fluffy toys and runs around with them often. Honey would eat like a horse if you let her and is not a fussy eater at all! She does need to have her waistline maintained with good exercise and loves a walk. Honey would be best suited to a home where her humans are not out all day. She loves the car and thinks any outing is great so you can take her anywhere you go. If there is another dog in the home it should be an easy going male as she prefers having a boy dog for company to another female. Honey is house trained and can use a doggy door but is not suited to a home where there is a resident cat.

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Sooty

Sooty is completely blind as she has had one eye removed and relies on her awesome hearing and sense of smell to get her around. She can work out her surroundings pretty quickly and has even worked out how to go up and down steps! Sooty is highly intelligent Miniature Poodle and socialised with other dogs and cats so gets on with her doggy foster siblings really well. She loves her food but it's best to keep her on her special Hills digestive diet because she has a sensitive tummy. Sooty has good recall and walks well on a lead as she will trust you to lead her and happily trot along behind you. This little old girl spends a lot her time napping but loves human company so will curl up next to you in a heartbeat. She loves going to the dog park and sun baking and trips in the car but especially loves her daily walks. Sooty is best suited to a home where any resident children are older than 5 years and where the adults aren't working full time so she is not left alone for long periods. She will need regular professional grooming but has a non-shedding coat.

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Bill

Bill and Keira are the sweetest pair of cuddly Poodles you can possibly imagine! They absolutely live for pats and cuddles and want nothing more than to get on your lap and stay there. Once there, they will bliss out completely (especially if you pat their tummies!) and when you get up they'll follow you around the house as they want to be with you all the time. They also like to bask in the sun when you're out in the garden. Bill and Keira are about to turn 9 years old and are a tightly bonded pair who do absolutely everything together and cannot be separated. They look to each other for reassurance and comfort and often have extended sessions licking each other's faces. Bill is a gentle, cautious boy who weighs about 7kg while Keira is an outgoing girl of around 8kg who is not backwards about asking for what she wants with a bark or a paw grab. Although Keira is particularly vocal, they'll both announce visitors to the house and warn off passers-by. Bill and Keira need a forever home with someone who is home a lot and willing to put in the time and effort required to make them feel safe and secure as they have a bit of separation anxiety. They love to go for walks and sit very happily to get their harnesses on and to have them taken off again. They walk well on their leads and, once a strong bond is established, it will be safe to let them off leash in your local park. From our observations they appear to be fine with children but might bark at dogs they don't know. Bill and Keira would be happiest in a home with no other pets so that they can be the focus of your attention. They're currently in a home with another dog and do exhibit some jealousy when affection is shown to him but we have no knowledge of how they would be with cats. They'd also be best in a home where someone is there most of the time as they really want that human attention and affection. If they were able to sleep with their new owners they would be in heaven as they just want to love and be loved! When you return home after being out, Bill and Keira will greet you loudly and animatedly as though they haven't seen you in years, They are both house trained but accidents may still happen if they're left alone inside for some hours so a doggy door to access outdoors is best. They're also fine with stairs once they've gone up and down them a few times. Bill and Keira don't play with toys and don't seem to understand what they are for but do play with each other and do 'zoomies' in the house sometimes. They will need regular grooming every two months in warmer months and a little less regularly in cooler months.

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Keira

Bill and Keira are the sweetest pair of cuddly Poodles you can possibly imagine! They absolutely live for pats and cuddles and want nothing more than to get on your lap and stay there. Once there, they will bliss out completely (especially if you pat their tummies!) and when you get up they'll follow you around the house as they want to be with you all the time. They also like to bask in the sun when you're out in the garden. Bill and Keira are about to turn 9 years old and are a tightly bonded pair who do absolutely everything together and cannot be separated. They look to each other for reassurance and comfort and often have extended sessions licking each other's faces. Bill is a gentle, cautious boy who weighs about 7kg while Keira is an outgoing girl of around 8kg who is not backwards about asking for what she wants with a bark or a paw grab. Although Keira is particularly vocal, they'll both announce visitors to the house and warn off passers-by. Bill and Keira need a forever home with someone who is home a lot and willing to put in the time and effort required to make them feel safe and secure as they have a bit of separation anxiety. They love to go for walks and sit very happily to get their harnesses on and to have them taken off again. They walk well on their leads and, once a strong bond is established, it will be safe to let them off leash in your local park. From our observations they appear to be fine with children but might bark at dogs they don't know. Bill and Keira would be happiest in a home with no other pets so that they can be the focus of your attention. They're currently in a home with another dog and do exhibit some jealousy when affection is shown to him but we have no knowledge of how they would be with cats. They'd also be best in a home where someone is there most of the time as they really want that human attention and affection. If they were able to sleep with their new owners they would be in heaven as they just want to love and be loved! When you return home after being out, Bill and Keira will greet you loudly and animatedly as though they haven't seen you in years, They are both house trained but accidents may still happen if they're left alone inside for some hours so a doggy door to access outdoors is best. They're also fine with stairs once they've gone up and down them a few times. Bill and Keira don't play with toys and don't seem to understand what they are for but do play with each other and do 'zoomies' in the house sometimes. They will need regular grooming every two months in warmer months and a little less regularly in cooler months.

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