8 Week Old Female
Fostered in East Sussex
Bella was born in rescue, her mum came to us as a stray who had not been claimed. It soon became apparent that she had brought more than her good looks and wonderful personality. Brenna did not go into labour naturally and so was given a c section to ensure the safety of her and her unborn pups. Thankfully all went well and 7 wonderful pups were delivered.
People – The pups have all been reared in a home environment and so are well used to the hustle and bustle of home life. They love people.
Can I live with cats – As the pups are so young they can be trained to accept living in peaceful harmony with a feline friend
Can I live with other dogs – It would be great if there was another canine companion in the home but it is not essential provided that they are well socialised if homed as only dogs
Can I live with children – As the pups are young and tiny and they will need lots of training children 8+ please
Health – No known health issues.
In the home – As with all pups, they will poop and pee and they will no doubt chew if given the opportunity, they are well adjusted pups used to most sights and sounds within the home.
Out and about – As yet the pups are too young to be out walking on lead, their foster carers are ensuring that they get used to life outside of the home by taking them for gentle “exposure outings” being carried. They will need to continue with this and to learn all about walking on lead when they go to their forever homes
Type of home – As the pups are very young they will need new owners who are around for most of the day, they will take time and patience to train. Prospective owners need to ensure they have the time, financial stability and commitment to provide for their every need for hopefully the next 15 years. Please take into account that the pups coats may need clipping/grooming and so there is the potential for addition expense ensuring they remain well groomed and matt free.
Bella has been micro chipped and had her first vaccination (time dependent she may have her second vaccination, if not this will need to be carried out by the new owners at their expense) They are up to date with flea and worming treatment and will need to be neutered at the correct time as part of the Adoption Agreement (Reduced cost neutering is available at our vets upon request)
Potential adopters will be expected to travel to East Sussex to meet Bella.
Once your application is submitted you will receive a confirmation page, stating we have received your it.
If applying for multiple dogs, please complete a separate application for each one.
We will be in touch to discuss adoption fees should your application be successfully shortlisted.