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Harvey and Hettie

About Harvey and Hettie

Harvey and Hetti are an unrelated pair looking for a new home together, as a child in their home has developed an allergy to them.  Harvey is a neutered tri-colour male born on 2nd June 2012, and Hetti is a neutered female born on 18th September 2012.  They are both microchipped.

Hetti and Harvey walk nicely on their harnesses.  Harvey can pull a little, when he gets a whiff of something he’d like to investigate.  They have only been let off lead in secure areas where there is no chance for them to steal food, which is something they love to do! They travel well in the car, and have been on long journeys.  Harvey tends to fall asleep and snore his way through the trip.  Hetti and Harvey have never shown aggression to other dogs or people, although Harvey is not a big fan of Golden Retrievers.  

At home, Hetti and Harvey are house trained, but have not used a crate. They can be left on their own for a few hours.  They are not destructive, and will return stolen items when told to drop them.  They are used to a secure garden, as a garden they can escape from means they will take themselves out through the neighbourhood on the hunt for food. 

Hetti and Harvey like to chase cats, so it would probably be better if their new home was one without cats.  They have lived with children, and been good with them, so dog experienced children who would understand the need to give them their own space could be part of their new home.  Harvey is quite a nervous soul, who will often come to you for reassurance and cuddles.  He is worried by sudden noises, so he would appreciate a calm home with someone around to comfort him for most of the day. Hetti loves food, and doesn’t mind how she gets it, so it would be very easy to win her over. She is an independent spirit who loves a cuddle, but also her own space. 

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