There is never a dull moment with Elsa around! Once you have joined her circle of friends she enjoys training, cuddles and playing. Elsa does have a lot of anxiety about the world, having spent a long time in kennels. Elsa is looking for a very specific set-up in her new home. Our team of trainers will be on hand to advise on how best to manage her worries around new people and around dogs.
Elsa can live with a maximum of 2 adults in her new home, no other pets and she would need very careful management around any potential visitors. She needs to live in a more rural environment with easy access to quiet walks in which she would not be exposed to many other people or dogs. She would also benefit from a secure private off lead area in which she can burn off some energy. She is strong on lead - so someone physically able to hold on to her and help support her with this is a real must. Potential adopters will need to visit her at the centre at least 10 times.
Elsa needs time to get to know her new family before she can go home. Due to government guidelines we can't offer meetings at the rehoming centre at the moment but we can start the process remotely with Zoom. If you are interested in applying to adopt Elsa, click on the 'come and meet me button'. Applications will close when I have found a suitable match.
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German Shepherd Dog, Crossbreed
Breed Type :
Avg Height :
Avg Weight :
56 - 66 cm
23 - 41 kgs
Avg Life Span :
Breed Origin :
10 - 13 years