To apply to rehome Blondie, please click on the 'Come and Meet Me' button below. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found. PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO CONSIDER APPLICATIONS WITHIN A 1 HOUR DRIVE FROM OUR CENTRE (WR11 7RT). Blondie is a shy girl who takes a little while to warm to new people, but once a bond has been established she really is a friend for life! As she arrived with us rather underweight and a little unloved, Blondie has taken a little while longer than some of her neighbours to flourish, but recently her far more bubbly and playful side has started shining through. It has become very clear that Blondie requires the company of another dog in order to make her feel safe and secure; She MUST therefore be rehomed with one. If given the right set-up, Blondie will make a fantastic companion.
In the early days, Blondie is likely to only require a lower level of physical exercise, and would far rather have her own secure garden to settle into. As her confidence grows, Blondie would require an increased amount of physical exercise and will enjoy having opportunities to stretch her legs. Blondie has lived in a home previously, but does struggle with her housetraining. Since settling into one of our foster homes (with the companionship of another dog), Blondie has really come to love her home comforts and has made a brilliant start at getting used to home life. Her family would benefit from some level of breed knowledge and will need to be able to provide this gorgeous girl with her own zone to chill out and feel safe in.
Blondie is seeking an adult-only home due to her worries, and she MUST share her home with a canine companion. Blondie's home will need to be free of small furry pets and cats, and her time left alone should be built-up gradually over time. As she can be wary to begin with, Blondie will need to meet her new family a few times in such a way that she feels happy and comfortable; Our team who best know Blondie will guide her family through this process.
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