Bella is Home!
Bella has found her forever home with the lovely Lucy Green and her family.
Bella settled very well and took no time at all training Lucy in all ways Bella.
She has them wrapped around those paws of hers.
Congratulations Lucy on your beautiful Bella.
Huge thank you to Kim Newell for being an amazing foster mum to Bella and teaching her manners and working on her boisterous puppy behaviour she’s came a very long way.
Good luck Bella we hope you will be very happy in your new home
If you would like to apply for Bella, please follow the link at the bottom of the page and complete the application form but before you do that, please read the adoption statement.
Age: 11 Months old
Can live with children: Yes
Can live with dogs: Yes
Can live with cats: Untested
Current Location: Berkshire
Bella is a young girl and as such she is very playful and lively. She loves playing tug of war and she enjoys her chew toys. She is very loving and enjoys cuddles and human interaction. She responds well to routine and training and she is very active and requires 2 good walks a day (45 mins) minimum.
She walks well in her harness and responds to other dogs in a playful manner.
Things to be Aware of:
**Bella cannot be re-homed with an entire male, see comments about her Spay below**
Bella came into foster with a habit of chewing, her foster family have worked hard to encourage her to only chew her own toys. She has responded very well in this area, but any new parents must be prepared to continue with this. She is still a Puppy so she is learning boundaries so ongoing training and understanding will be required.
The Ideal Family:
The ideal family for Bella is a very active one, where she can be included in activities. She loves running on fields and in woods and she needs to spend her energy. She is currently living with children aged 6 & 7 but can live with younger children although supervision will be required as Bella is playful and might knock into them.
Bella will need to be spayed at 18 months old. Full adoption cannot be completed until she has been spayed. The operation will need to be done at our direction and at a vet approved by us. The charity will pay for this procedure.
Bella is a young girl and therefore requires plenty of exercise, interaction and stimulation. She can be left for up to 4 hours during the day and is house trained.
She travels well in the car so her new home can be up to 4 hours from her current location
If you have any questions, please ask Kim Newell, her foster mum.
Bella’s adoption fee is £400 and will need to be paid in full prior to her going home which will also be subject to a home check.
If you feel you can offer the perfect home to Bella, then please complete our application form via the link below
Please note, if you don’t meet Bella’s criteria you won’t be considered to adopt her.