Hope – Now adopted

Hope is a very loving girl who craves human contact and cuddles. She isn’t interested in toys, but she enjoys a bit of ‘gentle’ rough play.

She can be anxious around new people and needs a few strokes and words of encouragement to help her relax

Hope wasn’t keen on walking when she first came to us but now, she loves walks. You can be out for 30 minutes but you won’t walk far as she likes to sniff everything!!.  She walks very close and will zigzag in front of you, but she is getting the hang of walking. She will stay by your side if she is off the lead and is happy to greet other dogs on her walks.

Hope is starting to understand commands, but this is a work in progress

Dogs Name:  Hope

Age:  2 Years old

Can live with children:  Yes

Can live with dogs:  Yes

Can live with cats:  Untested

Current location:  Derbyshire

Things to be Aware of:

Hope doesn’t deal with loud noises very well; she will cower and shake if anyone shouts, she also

isn’t keen on her cleaning regime but she puts up with it and she tolerates having her eye drops.

The Ideal Family:

Hope will best suited to a home where there is someone home for most of the day. She adores children so we have no age restriction but as she is very scared of loud noises, this needs to be taken into consideration.

Hope has 2 walks a day but because she takes great interest in her surroundings, anyone walking her will need patience as she likes to take her time.

Hope is a friendly young girl, so we anticipate no problems with her being placed with an equally friendly canine buddy.

Other comments:

Hope will continue to flourish in a calm home where her owners have time to spend with her.  It’s essential that she isn’t left for long periods. Ideally no longer than a couple of hours and a maximum of 4 hours.

Hope will run away from people entering the house and for this reason we feel any potential adopters should go and meet Hope a couple of times to get an understanding of her anxiousness.

Hope isn’t a great traveller in the car and can become quite stressed so ideally, we will be looking for a new home for Hope within 2 hours of her current location.

Hope is spayed and 99% house trained.

If you have any questions, please ask Bekki Johnson, foster mum to Hope

Hope’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.


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