Jul 10, 2012 11:28 pm
Homing Requirements: Anna is a sensitive and demure soul who would appreciate a loving family to devote herself to. Secure garden and frequent walks, good quality food and a companionship home i.e. not sleeping separate in a kitchen. Anna could live with other dogs and cats.
Her Story: Anna was found stray and unclaimed as with so many dogs nowadays. Anna is now spayed and under going vaccinations. Currently in boarding kennels.
Advert: Anna is that beauty in the King and I! She wins hearts from all that meet and greet her and is a favourite with our voluntary dog walkers. Anna hasn't had the opportunity of a foster place yet but somehow she will probably be snapped up by her very own family soon. So no 'ins and outs' details on Anna but the overall feel is… special, very, very Special!
Anna is a small chocolate brindle Staffie with bright 'puppy' eyes and as wagging tail when she heads away from the kennels. She is easily managed in the vets and by strangers. She meets dogs well and manages the 'noisy' kennel environment with slight concern and the look of 'Are you my saviour!'
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Please visit Anna's thread on our forum to find out if still available and for fuller details. For daily updates Click our forum link and you will find the full range of dogs available for homing
***PLEASE NOTE: We are a rescue finding dogs their forever homes. We usually ask for a minimum donation of £150 at the time of adoption, for each dog, to help us continue helping homeless dogs***Please visit on our Forum to find out more and follow her progress.
See Anna's thread below: Watch her progress through our Rescue
Referral Details: A kind warden, spending the day on the phone to try and find Anna a Rescue place who was found stray. Resigned he will need to book to PTS if no joy. We agreed to save lovely Anna
Anna travelled to the vets today for spay and microchip. She whimpered a little in the car unsure of what it was all about. Met several dogs nose to nose in the vets beautifully. Too nervous to wee during a short walk, same after our journey given a walk. Shows how tense she was, yet very approachable and easy to lift in and out of the car. Enjoyed a run in the paddock before evening meal and a long sleep after her ordeal.
Video: First glimpse of Anna
Most pictures taken 6.30 at night and raining but gives an appreciation of her sweetness.
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