Bella & Spot (Cheltenham Animal Shelter, Gloucestershire)

 

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This adorable pair of Terriers are Spot (left, 12 years) and Bella (right, 13 years). They’re looking for a child-free home with the help of Cheltenham Animal Shelter who they’ve been with since their owner sadly passed away.

Naturally for their breed they are big personalities in little bodies! They are super affectionate but they both get jealous when the other one is getting a fuss. You have to fuss them separately. Not giving them tummy rubs and cuddles is not an option because they’re both so soppy!

Spot and Bella enjoy their walkies very much. Spot can be reactive to unknown dogs but with his size, that’s easy to manage for an experienced dog owner. They want to be the only pets at home and they love human company as much as they love each other. They can be left for up to two hours but they really are happiest when someone is with them.

Health-wise they are robust little people. Spot arrived with a couple of lumps but these have been monitored and there doesn’t seem to be cause for concern. Bella had a tooth removed some time ago and seems to be fit and healthy now. They’re both as bright as buttons!

Bella is the more relaxed of the two whereas Spot can be anxious around children. Any youngsters in the home or just visiting need to be 16+ and give him space when he needs it. Bella just takes life in her tiny stride!

Life is never dull with a cheerful Terrier and it’s even more fun with two!

If you want to find out more about these two cuties, please contact Cheltenham Animal Shelter as follows:

Email: dogs@gawa.org.uk
Phone: 01242 523521 (phone line is operated between 12-4pm but not at weekends)

Please say you saw Spot & Bella on the Oldies Club website.


This replaces Spot & Bella’s original page dated 15 June 2021.

 

 

 


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