Age: 9 years young
Medical: I will be desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and will be registered.
Can you give this lovely lady a new forever home? Jaydah’s elderly owners were heart broken to have to let her go due to a change in their personal living circumstances.
She was a very much loved dog and this comes across in the fact that Jaydah is super affectionate and loves to lean and get a good tummy rub. She also likes a nice easy walk.
Jaydah would suit a home with other dogs and has found her place in the pack in her Foster home which she shares with 2 other dogs, one of which is a puppy. She isn’t good with cats unfortunately and whilst she’s great with her 12 year old Foster sister and occasional visits from a 6 year old, she is untried with very small children and as she can be a bit ‘snatchy’ with food, we wouldn’t recommend it.
Jaydah has a small cyst on her head that is benign and has been previously been drained by the vet, but that the owners couldn’t afford to have removed. We will happily get this removed when she is spayed after lockdown.
Adoption fees will apply.
If you are interested in Jaydah please either let us know if you already have a form with us or PM or e-mail us for an application at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dog ID RR19-135