This sweet girl is petite at only 10.25 kilos and almost perfect.
Tully has some anxiety issues and doesn’t react well in a noisy situation however, once she relaxes and feels safe, she is full of happiness, love and delight. She desperately craves company and attention (with lots of cuddles and belly scratches) and to simply love someone as much as they will love her…or even more. Her foster parents only have to look at her or say her name and her tail wags like a propeller.
Tully has the most beautiful and loving nature but definitely needs help to be toilet trained, she is half way there but with her anxiety she still wets in the house and is a little confused about having to always go outside. She also wets in the house if you leave her alone.
At the moment Tully doesn’t know how to play with toys but in time, and with encouragement, we think she would actually love some of her own soft toys. Her foster family have had her for two weeks and have seen a remarkable change in her personality since arriving, her happiness and playfulness is evident once she feels safe in her surrounds and she becomes relaxed.
She loves going for walks and walks well on the lead, and travels very well in the car. She can be shy, unsureand scared in new situations, so she needs assurance and gentleness to help her feel safe.
A quiet and gentle introduction helps Tully to respond well to both men and women however, for her happiness we don’t recommend she live with children as she is very sensitive to loud noise and sudden moves.
Her current foster family have two cocker spaniels and work from home, whilst she has adjusted very quickly with their family they think it would be favourable that her forever home doesn’t have any other animals and are people who spend most of the time at home, are prepared to walk her regularly and take her with them when they venture out. When you are home, she wants to be inside with you and will follow your every move, Tully can be a trip hazard as she will often walk in front and across your path so wont be a good fit for the elderly.
She would be very sad if she can’t sleep close to you. Tully is a small spaniel with a big appetite and is a pure delight once she relaxes.
Tully will make the most wonderful addition to your family if you are quiet, gentle, mainly at home and patient with her toilet training.