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What you need to know

2 years


Cross breed

Can live with:
Angie has got several canine friends but can be worried initially by new dogs especially other reactive and vocal dogs. Her new family will need to continue to gently socialise her and avoid busy parks with off lead dogs to begin with. She may prefer to be the only dog in the home.


About me

Angie came in on the 1st of February via another rescue after she was found abandoned. She had clearly been bred from quite recently.

Angie is a sweet, sensitive girl who can be quite worried in new situations, places and with new people, she needs slow introductions and gentle experiences to build her confidence. She is very clean in her kennel so should be housetrained and knows how to sit but would benefit from further training. Angie is learning to play with toys and currently likes the soft ones. She loves her food and will do anything for a snack! She is an active girl who loves her walks (unless it’s raining) but equally she loves a post walk snuggle on the sofa. 

Angie can be quite worried and anxious and would be best in a calm home with access to quiet walks. As we have no previous history for Angie we are suggesting she goes to an adult only home. She is looking for an experienced owner and will need her own garden.

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