A canine rehoming centre is desperately in search of a perpetually house for a two-year-old bull breed who was saved from a kill shelter.
Blondie was found as a stray in England and was going through being put down earlier than she was noticed by a gaggle of ‘pound pullers’.
She was given a rescue house by All Dogs Rescue Scotland and has now been spending time with foster carers in preparation for locating her perpetually house.
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Blondie is round two-years-old and has been described as ‘very pleasant’ to everybody she meets.
The volunteers mentioned: “She has been spending time with one among our foster carers who says she is a really pleasant woman to everybody she meets, nonetheless, she may be fairly excitable. Because of this, and on account of her measurement, we expect it’s best she is rehomed with youngsters 15 and over. She likes to be spoiled with plenty of consideration and pets.
“Blondie does have a excessive prey drive and can subsequently chase different animals so her new homeowners must be prepared to maintain her on a lead round these.
“She is at the moment residing with different canines however does get on higher with the extra assured ones. We really feel she could be finest suited as an solely pet (however would make exceptions for the fitting different canine) so her new household can think about her coaching.
“In her foster house, Blondie is totally housetrained and travels nicely within the automotive. She loves going for walks however may be sturdy on lead so will want somebody who’s bodily capable of handle her when out and about and might be prepared to work on her free lead waking utilizing constructive coaching strategies. Blondie does wrestle with being left house alone and can want a household who might be across the majority of the day to slowly construct up her time being left alone.”
Blondie has been totally vaccinated, microchipped, handled for parasites, and well being checked.
We beforehand reported how three-year-old Roddy was determined for a house after being returned to the kennels lower than two years after he was rehomed.
Roddy has now been adopted due to the Glasgow Reside attraction – we love a cheerful ending!
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