HOW TO ADOPT FROM BATH CATS & DOGS HOME
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Coral is a lovely girl, she is sweet and affectionate with those she knows and will quickly become a cuddly companion in her new home. She will need someone around for most of the day whilst she settles in.
Walking areas will need to be quiet for Coral. She has a very high prey drive and gets frustrated if she cannot chase - this is a common trait for her breed - so won't be able to be off lead in unsecure areas. She also doesn’t get on well with other dogs, although Coral is muzzle training here. The best solution is secure dog fields or paddocks where you can both relax and have fun together.
She enjoys playtimes with a tennis ball, and is very sweet taking her soft toys to her bed.
Coral can live with adults and older teens, and needs to be the only pet in the home. She will make a fantastic companion to the right household.
Coral has been overlooked in kennels - but we love her! Sparky, funny, cuddly, yes a little naughty! But if you like a bounce to your lurcher then Coral is for you. She enjoys outdoor time in secure paddocks so check out dogwalkingfields.com to find your local ones - it's that easy! Take a closer look (and adore her white freckles) at Coral.
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