Angel – 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed. My story so far, I was rehomed as a puppy but the family that adopted me could not help me with my health problems and I ended up very skinny with a skin condition that ended up given me lots of scabby bits because it was never treated, then I went to dog central to get better. I was then nursed back to health for a few months. I was then adopted again but it did not work out through no fault of my own. I have unfortunately had to go back into foster but my foster mummy tells me it is not my fault at all.
I am medium sized and whenever we meet people on our walks we get told I look like a giant westie and I am very pretty. It looks like I have eyeliner round my eyes and my ears give away alot about what kind of mood I am in. They are giant so when I am happy and on my walks they stick up so much that they nearly touch the sky! I am a very relaxed girl, I am walking much better on the lead now with the help of a haltie and my recall is getting better everyday. I am clean in the house, love to cuddle but learning to stay in my bed not on the couch, I am not a chewer and I do like some toys especially the ball throwers that are not supposed to be the toy part!
I am going out on runs with my foster dad and I can do around 6 miles now. I met a swan for the first time, what the bleeding heck are they supposed to be? Not sure about them but I do like to watch the ducks swimming, I don’t bark at them like I do the seagulls. I love doggy friends but do need some careful introductions when meeting them for the first time but then I love them. I am coming on in leaps and bounds since I first came back 2 weeks ago, I am very eager to learn and please I am still only young as I am not even 2 yet but very calm for my age. I would love a doggy companion but also would be great as an only dog too I can be left for up to 4 hours as I don’t mind my own company either.
Please give me the home I deserve and let me show you what a lovely, gentle, beautiful girl that I am. I have not been given a fair chance and my foster mummy does not understand it at all.