Special little Girl, who looking for a
Please meet the adorable Zia, one
of our longest residents and although we love her to pieces, we really would
love to see her settled in her forever home.
Having in her own family would mean
so much to this girl, she has waited so long for the stability and love a
forever home will offer.
Although Zia is currently in
training to curb her excitement issues, she is very loving, affectionate and dare
we say a little mischievous!
This lovely girl craves human
interaction and sometimes becomes excitable but not aggressive; she needs a very
special family who will be consistent and take the time needed to introduce the
acceptable boundaries, this beauty will be hard work for a while (which can be
said of many) but will be so worth while.
Zia is a clever girl, she walks well on a
canny collar and harness, there’s so much love in her, it’s soul destroying to
see her being passed over simply because she needs that extra time and patience
to encourage her behave correctly. She’s still very much the puppy and thinks
she can have all her own way but an active loving family would make all the
difference with great rewards.
Zia couldn’t be left on her own
for long periods of time and for now at least, would need to be the only dog in
the home but who knows what the future could hold!
After reading Zia’s short story,
we hope you can understand why her family would need to be extra special and be
willing to dedicate probably more than the average time, patience and
consistency for this girl to shine through
and finally become that special family member we aim for all our boys and
girls. Zia just needs a chance.
Just like Tag and Baggy who are also here long term, (Tucker is in long-term foster) we will always be grateful to our FDR family and anyone kind enough to help us here.
Please, consider being a sponsor - it really does help change the lives of dogs like myself and it will brighten my day, knowing I have another friend out there looking out for me.
Thank you, and take care!
If anyone wishes to discuss the possibility of re-homing Zia, please call Mary on 01299 825 287.