Nala is a 11 month old Cavalier puppy looking for her forever home. Please read carefully before applying.
Nala came into rescue following aggression towards her owners and the children in her home, despite help from a behaviourist. For this reason we will not be accepting applications from adopters with children under 14, or visiting children.
Recently Nala has seen the neurologist and been diagnosed by MRI with chiari malformation with pain. It is somewhat likely given the severity of her condition that she will develop Syringomyelia, although ultimately that doesn’t change things and she should manage very well. Currently she is well managed on pain relief but her adopter will need to commit to keeping her under her neurologist so we can ensure she has the correct pain relief long term. The rescue is willing to contribute towards her ongoing neurology appointment costs.
Thankfully Nala’s behaviour instantly improved when she was started on pain relief combined with some confidence building training. She benefits hugely from being around similarly aged dogs and confident dogs so she does need at least one confident resident dog in her forever home. Ideally a young dog to keep up with her.
She is incredibly loving and enjoys nothing more than snuggling up with her humans in the evenings after a busy day of exercise, stimulation and wrestling with her little pals. But ultimately she does need this exercise and stimulation in order to maintain her happiness and confidence. She would also benefit from puppy socialisation classes.
Nala needs her humans to be around most of the time. She cannot be rehomed with cats or children under 14. We are looking for an active and very committed home for her.
Nala is in foster in is in foster in North Lincolnshire. Her adopter(s) must be prepared to purchase a lifetime insurance policy or have the means to cover any future health issues. Home workers must be able to produce a contract/letter from their employer. Tenants must send a letter from their landlord stating they have permission to have the dog at their property.