Cherrie is another abandoned pup who we strongly believe to be one of Izzy’s siblings. Rescued from Bergerac SPA she is now in Phoenix foster care. Here’s what her foster carer, Christine, says about her:
“The sweetest wee girl, I just had to rename her CHERRIE!
Fortunately for Cherry, she doesn’t appear to have been ill-treated. She was a little timid and unsure at first, but it didn’t take long before she was enjoying a game of ball. She perfected her fetch after just a couple of throws and comes running when called. She’s a quick learner that likes to please!
So far, we’re had no accidents in the house; no chewing, eats nicely, plus she sleeps all night in an open bed. She’s quiet and gentle and enjoys being close by.
Luckily, our dog Ellie is a good influence and keeps an eye on her. As for our two cats, well they prefer to keep their distance. We have free-range chickens and Cherrie has shown no interest in them.
Cherrie’s coat is mainly black, with brown lower legs and paws and some white chest markings. Like Izzy, she also has a nubby tail. I can’t think of any reason why anyone would go to the trouble of docking it with the view to abandoning the pups, so it’s possible she was born like it. One benefit is that your glass of wine will be safe on the coffee table!!
Cherrie needs an active family that can give her stimulation, exercise and continual training. For her safety, a fenced garden where she can run freely.
Weighing in at 10 kg I guess that she’ll be medium / large when fully grown.”
Chipped, 1st vaccination and external and internal anti-parasite treatments commenced.
If you would like to meet Cherrie, please contact foster carers Christine and Alan by
Telephone: 05 53 22 91 61
Dept. 24150 Lanquais, Dordogne