Lottie (was Fizzy )

 

Lottie (was Fizzy ) Status: Available

ID: 17439

Name: Lottie (was Fizzy )

Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cross Collie

Age: 2 Years

Gender: Female

Adoption Fee: A minimum donation of £100

Location: In Foster in
Exmouth, Devon

If you are interested in adopting a dog that does not say it can be homed with a cat and wish us to cat test please let us know and we will be happy to do this.

25-09-18 Lottie  is a Cavalier cross Collie who has been returned to us after 18 months in a home because of her nervous issues. Lottie has a Grade 5 heart murmur which needs to be monitored. She is a nervous girl who is finding life in kennels very stressful. She will need an experienced home with people who have had scared dogs before and have a calm, quiet home without any children or regularly visiting children. Lottie definitely needs another well behaved dog in her new home to lend her some courage. Lottie can walk on a lead but does have issues when outside in the big, scary world. If you think you can help her please contact us and we can talk you through her problems and worries and we can discuss things further. Poor Lottie is very confused and is in need of TLC.

07-10-18 UPDATE

Lottie is still very nervous of meeting new people at the moment and will show this through her barking. Once you sit down and ignore her though she will slowly calm down and become more comfortable with your presence. Then, if you are willing to come down to her level, she will show her curious side by coming over and sniffing you out.
Lottie is a very playful girl and knows how to give you her paw when called. After spending some time together, you will find out that she likes a good massage under the chin and having her butt scratched. Who doesn't right?! You will see that she's not as scary as you might be led to believe after meeting her for the first time and she really is a very sweet natured girl who loves to play.
Lottie seems to get on well with other dogs her size and currently shares her living space with a male Bichon called Dribble. It would be important that if she was to go to a home with another dog, it really would need to be well behaved, so to not teach her bad habits and be a good role model. At the moment she can be prone to be led into action i.e. barking by her sidekick, even when in a calm submissive state. If you would like to find out more about Lottie please complete her application form.

09-10-18 UPDATE

I met Lottie today and what a sweet little lady she is. Lottie walks lovely on a lead although is jumpy with any loud noises. We went to the garden for a walk and she was happy to sit quietly and pose for pictures. We had a cuddle and she loves the attention and returned the favour by giving me gentle little kisses. Lottie would need a gentle adult only home so she can relax and spend time getting to know you. Please do pop up to meet her as she deserves a special home with a person that can work through her fears.

26-10-18 UPDATE

This is my second update for this sweet little girl and she is definitely making improvements each time I see her. She seems more chilled out now with her new buddies Sandy and Jack, out in the gardens section. We went out for a walk this afternoon and see took well to having a good run as well. Lottie is a bit of a sidewinder and likes to zig zag from left to right when she's leading from the front. She has a very calm nature and loves to be fussed over but still has a noticeable sadness in her eyes when she looks at you. I hope there is a special someone out there that can give Lottie a loving forever home. She definitely deserves the chance and will bring bundles of joy to whoever that person will be!

31-10-2018 UPDATE

I have had the pleasure of working with Lottie the past few days. She is such a sweet, loving girl who has come out of her shell since coming in, the first time I met her she was all over me like she had known me for ages. She will sit, give paw and lay down and is learning to walk beside me with a bit of guidance, she does pull a little if she wants to go a certain way but this has calmed down a lot recently.
She loves her treats, belly rubs and also loves getting alot of attention. She will need a home without cats as she does like to play with them. Lottie has lived in a home before and is now waiting patiently for her next home which will be her forever home. If you can give this beautiful girl a home then come and meet her I know you will fall in love with her.

19-11-18 UPDATE

What a delightful little female dog Lottie is and she has a lottie love to give too! Initially Lottie is a little bit shy when she meets a new person but this shyness is soon overcome and she becomes very playful and waggy, even giving you the paw!
Lottie has become more and more relaxed compared to how she was when she first arrived but will still need to go to an adult home without children or cats. That said she isn't aggressive just very playful and gets on very well with her canine friends.
Lottie does have a grade 5 heart murmur so to help her find a loving forever home, we are only asking for a donation for her not the full adoption fee. I myself have adopted an animal with a grade 5 heart murmur and it was the best decision I ever made as all dogs deserve to be in warm homes but some have a need sooner than others. If you want to make a real difference to this sweet little darling's life then visit Many Tears and meet Lottie, she really needs you.

22-11-18 UPDATE

Hi guys, my name is Lottie and obviously the updates the humans write aren't working so I thoughts I'd give it a go....

Kennel Mummy says that it'll be my turn soon but I don't know what soon is.. I say goodbye to lots of other dogs as they leave for what kennel mummy calls their "forever home" but I don't know what one of those is either, you see, I had a family from when I was a puppy but they brought me back to this place. It's not bad here, in fact, its quite nice. Kennel Mummy gives me so many cuddles and tells me I'm the prettiest girl she's ever seen, she takes me on walks and I see other humans, new humans, I do find it a little scary at first but kennel mummy reassures me that they aren't going to hurt me so I do go up to them in the end. I wish I could trust all people, but I find it hard. 
I heard someone say that my heart isn't quite right, but kennel mummy tells me that I have a wonderful heart, full of love and kindness... I guess if that's what the other people think isn't quite right then I'm glad to be that way. Is that why no one seems to choose me? Because I'm not 'perfect', do I have to be perfect for someone to love me forever? I keep hearing kennel mummy say that she just needs to win that lotto ma-thingy so she can adopt me, but she also says that I deserve to be in a home now, being loved and spoilt like I so deserve. Maybe, soon, I'll get to be the one my kennel Mummy gets to say goodbye to, she'll cry but that's okay, she tells me they'll be happy tears. 

Can it be my turn next?.. Please.

23-11-18 UPDATE

Lottie is a small, sweet and comical girl who is very people focused when she gets to know them. She is going to make a wonderful companion in her new home.

29-11-18 UPDATE

So.. Lottie too hotty. What would you like to know about her?

Well I have been very lucky recently to have had the opportunity to foster this lovely lady and she has been sharing the love when coming back home with me.
 
Here are some things I have learnt about her so far that I think would be nice to share.
 
* Lottie travels well in a car.
* She will not bother you while you eat your food. She is very well behaved and will not beg in any way.
* As well as enjoying her walks, she also likes to have a run if you can keep up. It's great to see her move as fast as you are willing to go!
* She does like her own space on the bed but also likes to approach you for attention after some quiet time alone.
* Loves her belly rubs. Will assume the position and roll over onto her back in anticipation. Praying Mantis stylee.
* She will let you know if mother nature calls by licking your face profusely.
* Not only will she wag her tail when overjoyed to see you but she will also shake her whole bum from side to side in appreciation.
* She sometimes snores and has ticklish paws.
 
I think Lottie will do well with most set routines possibly ahead of her. She's a smart girl and when we arrived home for only the second time, she was up the stairs in a flash once the lead came off, into the bedroom and onto the bed. She will let you do your own thing then for a while and wait patiently for you to return without having to worry about what she's got up to left to her own devices.
 
If you do come down to meet Lottie for the first time, please be aware that she is almost always nervous and unsure of new people at first so don't mistake this for her not showing an interest or being unfriendly towards you. All the staff here have come to learn that when she sees you the second or third time, that's when you get to see how excited she is to see you again because she does remember who the kind people are and appreciates the kindness they show towards her.
 
There are so many dogs I enjoy spending time with her, but Lottie is one of those that I wish I could take home myself. The circumstances are not right for that though so that's a major bummer :(
I know other staff members also have a soft spot for her. She will brighten up anyone's day when they get to see her shaking her booty :D
That's her way of saying, "you're alright!".
 

Please go potty for Miss Lottie

 

ADOPTION DETAILS - LOTTIE (WAS FIZZY ) IS BY DONATION
 
Although LOTTIE (WAS FIZZY ) is by donation rather than the full adoption fee, we ask for a minimum donation of £100 to help cover the costs that have been incurred. All our dogs are micro-chipped, have had at least their first inoculation and are spayed/neutered unless there is a medical reason for not doing so. If your application is successful you will be home checked and you, all members of your family and any dog(s) who will be living with the dog MUST come to meet the dog you want to adopt. You must have a safe means of transporting the dog home in a crate or if this is not possible please discuss with Many Tears or the Fosterer when your application is being processed.

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