Can I live with...
Meet the gorgeous Ollie. This girl has not seen much of the world before coming to the centre she, is wary of traffic and new people, new situations and although she has received training for this at the centre, it will need to be continued in her new home. Once she knows you, Ollie is very sweet and loving towards you. She does not need long walks but she does walk lovely on lead and she will walk past dogs, however she would prefer not to interact with them and will sometimes display stalking behaviours, but her focus can be broken with treats. Like with all dogs that come from kennels we cannot say whether or not they are house trained, but we will provide you with advice on how to overcome this, should it be a problem. As Ollie seems to settle well alone in her kennel, she could be left alone for short periods of time once she is happy and settled in her new home. She has had skin and ear problems when she first arrived at the center however, this has cleared up, but she does have some bald patches of fur on her which probably will not grow back. Ollie is looking for a home which is quiet, not in a built-up busy area and with somebody who has experience with training nervous dogs who can show her that the world is not so scary. She will need a home without cats or dogs and any children present must be at least 14 years and older due to her nervous nature.
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Due to the number of applications we will be receiving around this time, we will only contact those who we believe best match the criteria set out for each dog.