Reference: 20/122 Approx Age: 3 years, 3 months
Full of Life!
Skye is a young crossbreed that has loads of love to give and has bags of energy! She loves a fuss and a cuddle from the people she likes, and a kick around with a football in the paddock is her favourite pastime! We find her to be quite settled in her kennel here at the center and she is great in the car.
This beautiful girl is completely deaf so has started learning her commands through hand signals, she is very clever, so ways to mentaly stimulate her are a must. Skye doesn't always handle meeting new people well, so if we felt you were a good match you would have to make multiple visits for her to get to know you. We are working with Skye to help her be less anxious around new people.
Skye isn't for the faint hearted! She is going to take a lot of patience and understanding to help her with her anxiousness, but will repay you with so much love once she likes you.
We have known Skye since a young puppy. Sadly the two homes she has had since she has been with us haven't worked out, so she's hoping it'll be third time lucky!
Skye is looking for an active home where she will be given the time and help she needs to adjust to a new environment. A quiet, adult only, rural home where she isn't having to meet new people all the time would be best. A secure garden with a 5ft+ fence is a must for her safety.
Skye has met cats in the past, but it wasn't a success, so a cat free household is a definite. Due to Skye's reactions to people she doesn't know, we won't be looking for a home where she'll come into contact with any children. Skye does get on with most dogs, but we would have to do introductions slowly.
Although Skye sounds like a lot of work, she deserves a home the same as any other dog in our care, and with patience, time, support and love from the right person, we know she will make a great companion.
If you feel you have the lifestyle Skye is looking for, please fill in the Homefinding Questionnaire.
If you'd like to help rehome Skye simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.
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