Tara Staffie DofB 31.05.12 Guildford Kenns

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Re: Tara Staffie DofB 31.05.12 Guildford Kenns

Post by LindaS » Mon Dec 24, 2018 5:12 pm

Tara is lovely small staffie, she's a sentive girl (as you would expect given what she has gone through), but she opens up to you quickly. I've walked her one on one a couple of times and we've taken some quiet walks where we can sit down and get to know each other and also do a few commands; sit (she already knows), paw (is a bit new) and Tara come (she is getting very good at). This little girl has sooo much love to give and needs a nice quite family/person(s) that will be understanding of her as she so wants to love and be snuggled.
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Post by Elliesmum » Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:08 pm

I met up with Tara for the first time since she was first at Gatwick. I thought it was a different dog! Gone is the scared little girl who never used to want to come out of her kennel, and she is a delight to walk. She walked on a slack lead, no sign of the nerves she used to have, and met all other dogs very politely. Tara is a very sweet, pretty girl, who is gentle and very light on the lead. She is quiet but affectionate.
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Re: Tara Staffie DofB 31.05.12 Gatwick Kenns

Post by HeatherS » Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:56 pm

I have been slow at sharing this photo of Tara that I took on a walk from Guildford kennels earlier this week, but I still wanted to share it as it shows just how gorgeous Tara is (and especially her cute spotted ears!)! We've had two outings this week and I absolutely love walking Tara. Having read that she can be nervous, it was a wonderful to see her walking along most of the way with her tail held high and eager to explore. She leant into me for a good cuddle when we sat down, and responded well to voice commands and liked her treats. We saw some deer not far off, which she looked at - hence the photo - but didn't react or pull towards them at all (you can see how loose the leads are). Tara's a beautiful dog who shouldn't be in kennels long.
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Post by Lucym » Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:00 pm

Tara was a joy to walk today, I got a lovely greeting cuddle in her kennel and after being a very patient girl to be harnessed we were off for our walk. She was very calm leaving the kennels and it is clear her confidence is really growing. Very responsive to encouragement and guidance while we were out and she is very engaged in her environment- lots of sniffing and being alert for what is going on around her which was lovely to see. We came across a few people and Tara initiated some lovely hellos gaining her some new admirers as she really is such a sweetheart. Hope she finds a home soon, she really is special.

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Post by Natski212 » Sat Jan 19, 2019 5:51 pm

love4.gif so in love with this little girly!! Had our first walk together today, right from the get go, she was patient and calm, stayed very still to let me harness her and was excited to walk. We walked with the lovely Rizzie (& Evie) and Tara led beautifully, checking every now and again he was still with us. Whilst walking down steps, she was very sweet and took them at my pace (slowly due to mud)! I absolutely adore her and hope she finds a loving home soon, she will make the perfect addition to any home

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