Current Status: Available Annie needs
a supportive family to offer time and tolerance to allow their new dog to settle. NB Our Rescue asks owners to maintain dogs on lead in public spaces and manage encounters, as dog law changes place dog's lives at greater risk.Known background:
Annie has been in kennels waiting for a Rescue place for 18 months. We stepped forwards to offer a Rescue place and save Annie life. Annie is now spayed, chipped and fully vaccinated. Annie came into our Rescue 25.4.16 and is in kennels in Broxbourne.
Annie is around 3 years old. Annie enjoyed living with a family with young children for a month. she proved herself to be housetrained, good around the children and easy to be left. her intelligence shone through. She however was quite protective about her home and air snapped 3x over course of the month 2x at the same person and once at a builder visiting. She also air snapped when disturbed she she was a sleep on the sofa. Annie is also keen on the lead and one of her owners didn't feel confident to manage her. In many ways Annie proved herself to be ready for her own family which is remarkable after 18 months in kennels without walks. Annie's skin has cleared and she is in good condition
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12.04.16: Hi Lynne
I hope you are all well I presume you have now left Godstone and I hope the move went as well as it could.
Annie is probably a dogue de bordeaux cross and has been in kennels for about 18 months and is sweet but just acts like she has no reason to be alive, quite vacant. She seems Ok with other dogs and has not shown any aggression at all, but not that responsive (just a resigned look that this is all life holds). I don’t know if she is a dog that you would consider helping, she weights in at about 35kg and I can get her spayed if you have any room for her. I have about 2 weeks left on her.
Best wishes as always Vxx
Annissy comes as soon as we have a kennel