Breed: Male Cavalier King Charles Spaniel X
Breed: Female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel X
Cavs are well known to melt human hearts and Remy and Ruby are no exception. This dynamic duo have known love throughout their lives and are facing a big change together as their beloved human went into care. They have been living happily in the temporary care of friends, including a resident dog and cat, for a while now. But it is time they find their forever people.
Happy and housetrained, Remy and Ruby enjoy each other, snuggles with people and opportunities for local adventure out and about. This sweet pair get on well with other dogs and understand that the cat rules their roost. They sleep well through the night and are comfortable left together with indoor outdoor access while their people are out. They are in generally good health. Beyond occasional barking at the noises of the neighborhood, Remy and Ruby are relaxed and delightful housemates.
With their easy natures and good manners, Remy and Ruby will fit into many household situations. They will do well with people who can provide them with love and respectful handling, and give them opportunities for daily strolls and occasional adventures. Regular grooming – which they enjoy – will be needed to keep these cuties looking fabulous and feeling good. They will be fine joining either a pet-free home or a menagerie, provided well-supervised introductions are made to ensure household harmony. Ruby and Remy are happy in each other’s company and will be okay being left together while their people are out, provided they have plenty of quality human time when family members are at home and their needs for daily exercise and interaction are met.
If Remy and Ruby make your heart sing, they would love you to submit an adoption application.
Microchip Number: (Remy) 956000004015217 (Ruby) 956000003280950
Source Number: RE120211
All our dogs are desexed, C5 vaccinated with intranasal, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. All necessary vet work such as dentals, surgery, eye treatment is also carried out. We are no longer heartworm testing as we have not had one positive test since we began in 2006. If a dog comes to us on heartworm treatment this is continued.