Advert Description : Sally Mae Rose was born on 9 Feb 2013 in my kitchen. At the time, my mum asked me to keep hold of her until my dad passed away. He was very ill at the time and we did not think he would survive even a week. He is now hale and hearty.
I have mummy, Tilly Mae (Chocolate), and Daddy, Alfie James (Black), at home. As they say, three's a crowd, so we have decided to find another home for her.
Sally is energetic and loves playing in the park. She is very helpful and is always bringing me things. But more than that, she loves to cuddle and she clears the baby gate to get one.
Sally loves children and has been handled since birth. She has a healthy respect for our cats, even if she can't understand why they don't want to play with her. She is also used to being off the lead in the park. One of her favourite places is the Moor as she gets to run and swim there.
She is a dog that would love nothing more than a home where she can be spoiled. Working cockers are very good with children and have a very good temperament. They do need to be walked every day.
Mum and Dad are at home so can be seen. Sally is pedigreed, KC registered, microchipped and has had her innoculations.
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I have a working cocker spaniel bitch (Tillie) and dog (Alfie) at home and they are family pets. I plan to breed them once a year. The dogs and pups have grown up in the home and are well used to being handled and are also used to children.