Lassie – Now Adopted!

Lassie is home!

We are thrilled to announce that Lassie has gone home.

Her foster mum Angela had a little chat with her before she left and told her to be on her best behaviour and so far, she hasn’t put a paw wrong.

Her new parents Kristi & Jordan have fallen in love with her already and Lassie is clearly a very happy girl. She took no time at all exploring her new environment and getting her new butlers trained in all ways Lassie.

So please join us in congratulating Kristi and Jordan, you have got a gorgeous Princess who will make you laugh every day.

Lassie we are already looking forward to following your new adventures, be good sweet girl and live each day to the fullest.

Thank you very much to Foster Parents Angela and John. You have both been fantastic caring for Sassy Lassie.

A little of Lassie’s story below,

What can we say about Lassie? She is a sassy girl with bags of personality and she is stubborn!! , so much so that she has something to say if you want her to move when she really doesn’t want to..!

She loves spending time with the 14 year old boy in her foster home and enjoys strokes and attention.

She isn’t keen on loud noises, and she is a chaser of feathered and furry animals.

Lassie loves her walks and is quite happy meeting and greeting other dogs outside. She walks well in a pack and she is starting to learn her name and commands.

Dogs name: Lassie

Age:  4 years 8 months

Can live with children: 13 years and over

Can live with dogs: Yes

Can live with cats:  No cats, furries or poultry

Current location:  Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

Things to be aware of: 

Lassie is a trier when it comes to guarding her bed and her toys.

She has learned to get her own way with the odd snap and growl, so her new family will need to have experience with this behaviour, not be intimidated and be able to set her boundaries.

She is so much better than when she first arrived in foster, but she still has a way to go.

The ideal home: 

The ideal home for Lassie will be a calm and understanding home. She requires patience and time and if she gets this, her new home will be rewarded with a lovely little sassy girl.

It might help if she was rehomed with a well-behaved dog to show her the ropes but as she is toy possessive, any resident dog would need to be the opposite.

Other comments: 

Lassie is a ‘work in progress’. She has learned in her previous life how to get her own way, but she has made very good progress in her new home and with the right attitude towards her ongoing training, there is no reason to think she won’t carry on progressing.

She travels well in the car so we will consider a new home for her up to 4 hours from her current location.