Toffee is one of the six springers the came into care from a breeding farm. When she first came into care, Toffee was nervous and scared, but after a month of living with her foster family, she has become very confident and affectionate, and accustomed to living the family life.
Toffee is extremely sweet and loving, and adores cuddles from everyone she meets. She spends her days following her foster mum around the house, and her doggy foster sister around their acreage property. Her favourite pastime is carrying sticks around the yard, and bringing shoes back to her bed, but lucky for us she never chews them! At night, she sleeps in her own bed next to her foster mum.
Toffee responds to basic commands, and walks well on the lead. She is mostly toilet trained, but has the occasional accident (but always in the same spot), if she can’t get outside early in the morning. Toffee is good with food, gently accepting treats when offered by hand and happy to eat alongside other dogs. She goes to her forever family desexed, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated.Toffee has come such a long way in the past month, and her ideal forever family would continue to teach her the ways of being a member of a family now that her farm life days are over.
She is extremely playful and affectionate, and loves cuddles and attention. Given that she has spent her whole life on ‘the farm’ she is still getting used to suburban household noises and can be ‘spooked’ easily by loud noises. Although she has been living harmoniously with young kids, she is nervous of their sudden movements, so would would suit a forever family without children under the age of 10 years. She also loves the company of other dogs, and is not used to being alone, so her ideal home will have another dog for her to play with.