Friday, 1 June 2012

Loving Girl seeks loving family

Hello all,

This blog is about a lovely girl that has just come into rescue.  She is in need of an extra special loving home and I wanted to tell my pals about her and maybe they can help her find that home.

She is the sweetest natured girl, loves people and follows her humans everywhere.  She listens to commands (unlike some of us!) and will do pretty much anything for sausages!  She is 9 years old, but do not let that fool you - she is always up for walks and going out.  So she will need an active house that wants a companion to stroll by their side.  Except when she sees a cat or a squirrel - then be prepared to be pulled!

She is currently living with other dogs and could live with another calm, submissive boy.  She likes her space and does not want to be pushed around too much - which is fair enough - who does?  You would need to manage her introductions to new dogs - she is fine with most dogs - but not a huge fan of certain ones and lets them know.  Her foster family are working on this - and feel that it is more about insecurity and she is really improving.  They feel that once settled she will be perfectly fine.

She needs a family that will be around most of the day and make her the centre of their attention.  She will cuddle with you on the couch and sit by your side.  She is never far away from you and will look at you with the sweetest eyes and will say "can we go for a walk now?"

When she is excited she does a dance routine - and it is irresistible.  You cannot help but smile and be happy.

She is not good in the car - she suffers anxiety.  She can do small trips and hopefully with time that can be built up to long car journeys.  She must be secured by crate or harness - otherwise you will find her in the drivers seat with you.  Which we are sure contravenes some law or other.....

If you want to know more about this gem - then email our human diana'at'shonalona'dot'co'dot'uk

She can send you the forms, tell you more about this girl and talk you through the adoption process.