Current Status: Homed Elsa's Story :
Found stray/abandoned & unclaimed within a council pound: Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving her life. Elsa is now neutered; chipped and fully vaccinated. Elsa was in boarding kennels near Guildford then fostered with 5 other dogs in Hampshire. Elsa is now in foster as an only dog.
PLEASE NOTE: Dog laws have changed with zero public tolerance and prejudice against bull breeds and terriers. Our Rescue asks new owners to maintain dogs on lead in public spaces and manage encounters for at least 4 months until sure of their dogs instincts & skills, some need to be retained alway on a lead, so as not to place dog's lives at risk, (Destruction or Control Orders are common place nowadays).
***PLEASE HELP OUR LONG STAY DOGS: Our min. adoption donation £175, which supports our work and Is non returnable. We will offer an alternative dog should our dog not settle given adequate time and reassurance. Rescue Remedies offers their dogs back up for life and exist on the goodwill of our supporters and volunteers.
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We work fast to secure our dogs their loving homes and can be talking to up to 10 families at any one time. Please remain open: We have the dogs we have. Our dogs need a supportive family to offer patience, time & tolerance to allow them to settle. Elsa's progress through our Rescue belowOriginal Referral information : We work with our dogs & often reveal a different picture & positive skills as they build trust.
9.11.16: Hi Lynne, Elsa is all ready to go, has had her first Lepto 4 vac today, had a wormer, has some eye drops for a slight case of conjunctivitis in her left eye and been chipped
All the paperwork is with Adam
Background: Elsa seems to be a coursing dog left behind, she was seen by the villagers but would not be caught. It actually took us a week to catch her and five hours on the last day, only getting her by rounding her up into the back of my van. When first in kennels she would try to find a way out, climbing the walls etc but has come on extremely well within a week. BUT I would not trust her if she got loose at all, I think she would bolt and then not be caught again and is still wary of some situations.
Thank you for taking her in, I’m sure once she has found a kind hand and a warm sofa she will thrive. Lx