2 years 1 month
Can I live with...
Larger dogs yes
Meet our goergouse girl Tilly, who you will in love with at first slight. She can be nervous of new surroundings and will need someone to show that the big world isn't such a scary place. Tilly would love nothing more then to cuddle up on the sofa with you. She enjoys her walks and can pull a little when over exictied or something interesting has caught her eye but overall she walks lovely when out, however sometimes she will need some reassurance when she sees/hears new things. Tilly has been great when meeting her bigger dogs and shes more then happy to great them nicely and go on a walk. Tilly will possibly be able to live with another big, calm and confident dog depanding on the meets. She is yet to meet smaller dogs here at the centre and her write up will be updated accordingly. She enjoys seeing and meeitng new people and has been friendely with everyone she as met sometimes she just forgets to keep all four feet on the floor. With her being a larger size we feel secondary school age kids would be best suited. With tilly being a sight hound she dose have a vary high prey drive and is currently doing her muzzle training, which would need to be coutined at home with her new family and to be worn when out on her walks, when she is fully muzzled trained. Once Tilly is settled in her new home, we feel she would be okay to be left for a short period of time. Like all our dogs here at the centre we can not say weather or not tilly will be house trained but we will help give help and advice on this.
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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.