This adorable team of ladies are Morgan, Bright, Bronze and Toone.
Having arrived at the centre at only 16 weeks of age, sadly these girls have had very little socialisation or positive experience in their short life, spending their puppyhood living outside in dirty conditions. Due to this it’s no surprise that they are finding their new surroundings overwhelming and a little scary.
We are hoping that with time and patience from caring new owners who are dedicated to helping them settle in to their new home environments, these girls will soon grow in confidence and over time become loyal companions. Due to their current nervous nature, they will require someone to be home most of the time and continued commitment to training and socialisation, to ensure they become comfortable with day to day life – please detail how you will manage these needs within your application. Any children in the home will need to be understanding in taking a hands off approach initially.
Although they can be quite unsure of other dogs they have been exposed to at the centre, we would consider a home with a well-established, calm and confident dog who could provide the positive interactions they need. All the girls are currently un-housetrained, and will require toilet training within the home.
The puppies are due their 2nd vaccination on either the 8/09/23 or 15/09/23, therefore any adopters will need to be willing to return to the centre on the confirmed date, and again in future to be neutered following their first season. If you live further than 1.5 hours from the centre, then you will need to seek treatment from a local vet, to which a neuter voucher will be provided towards the cost. Existing dogs within the home will need to be vaccinated (proof will be requested) and male dogs should be neutered.
We will not consider applications for multiple puppies.
If you have the time and patience to give all the love and comfort these pups have missed out on, then please let us know by completing an application form below:
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