From time to time there are adult dogs available for re-homing. This is typically a very rare event.
Occasionally we have a girl who doesn’t turn out to have a couple of the attributes we were looking for in terms of an excellent show dog, and we will then re-home. These can be between 6-18 months of age. Every now and again, when our girls have had one or two litters, we will look to re-home them around the age of 5. If you can offer a lounge for a retired show dog, then every 2 years or so, we might have one available.
We currently have available a beautiful curly girl known as Norah Jones. She is magnificent and would also make a good show dog (in neutered class.) She would be suitable for a family with older kids or no kids (only because she has not had a lot of opportunity with small kids, and I am particular risk adverse.) She gets on well with other dogs and loves retrieving. She just needs to be desexed before she goes.
We currently have a Welsh Springer Spaniel who is a rescue dog, called Meg, who is available now. She is a very active girl and needs to go to someone who has spaniel or working dog experience. She is not good off lead if there are birds around!
I’m not sure I’ll have anything else this year in terms of older dogs.