18 Month Old Female

Crossbreed (Poodle Cross)


Maud Update – 20 November 2019

Maud has made wonderful progress and really would like an active home.  She loves her walks and is active and fun, she will walk for as long as you are happy to take her.  She is clean in the house, travels well in the car, is not destructive when left for short periods but she just needs her perfect home.

She could be re homed as an only dog with owners who are around for a good part of the day and where she will be inclusive.  Maud can still be nervous with strangers but with a little patience soon settles down.  Once bonded she is just a great girl.

Maud wouldn’t be happy with a trot around the streets, she loves a good walk in the woods and to be able to run free and be a dog, we would love a home where she will continue to have access to walks like this.  After her walk Maud is happy to settle down on her chair or bed and snooze the afternoon away.

She will be best in a cat free home as she is overly interested and would chase a shy cat.  As we have a limited history for her older eenagers only please.  This girl is so easy is hard to understand why she is still waiting for her home.  She is deceptively bigger than she appears and weighs around 12-14kg so not a tiny girl but equally not huge.  Maud is fine with the other dogs but is not reliant on them, she is happy to settle on her own in her favourite chair after her walk.

She has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and is up to date with flea and worming treatment.  She is currently being fostered in Aldershot Hampshire.

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Maud has come to us to find her forever home, she was quite poorly when she arrived with us and was suffering from an infection of her womb.  She has been spayed and is recovering well thankfully.  She would like new owners who are around for a good part of the day, Maud would be best re homed with a similar sized gentle dog.   We were advised that Maud was a Cavapoo but she is on the larger size for that breed.  Essentially we have no idea of her parentage so can only assume that given her looks and coat she definitely has poodle in her mix.

She is not yet fully clean in the house but is making great progress, she walks well on her lead but is still a little nervous at times.  She is fine to be re homed with older teenagers as we have a limited history for her.  Maud travels well in the car (crated) and is both clean and quiet.  She is quiet overnight but can sometimes have the odd accident.  With reminders throughout the day she has been clean.

Maud is a quiet unassuming girl who likes to find her comfy bed and cuddle up and watch the world at her own pace.  In time she will adjust and develop into a happy playful girl, she just needs the right home to help her grow in confidence.  She is fine to be re homed with cats as takes no notice of them at all in foster.