Tilly is a 6 month old female Pointer cross Whippet mix we think she is only Whippet size being fostered in Exmoor living in a family home with children and other dogs. This lovely girl was actually very special to me she was rescued from a pound in Spain where she had been dumped with her siblings and two other litters I think there were about 20 puppies in total it was heart breaking, it was only by chance we were there that day as usual the pound was over flowing and these babies stood no chance between some very lovely volunteers we managed to save 6 Tilly she was called Ebony being one of them it was a terrible day as we could not save the others unfortunately there was no space anywhere.
So this little girl was very special, we found her a lovely home in UK a couple of months ago but unfortunately and very sadly she has had to come back into our care through no fault of her own I might add. Very sad for this little girl when she first came back into foster you could tell she was upset and anxious but our lovely Aunty Debbie and her family have worked their magic and the little lass is doing well and very happy.
So little Tilly is living with 4 other dogs and an older child of 11, she has met the grandchildren and was lovely with them, she has even met family members cats and not shown much interest, she adores playing with her foster brothers and sisters especially running free over the moors. She sleeps in her crate at night good as gold in the bedroom and is house trained. She travels well in the car too, she walks fine on the lead.
Tilly is quite high energy and would suit an active home, she loves being with you too so would not suit full time workers, she is very affectionate and has a wonderful nature, she would benefit from another dog to play with and kids to play football with or a couple who enjoy walking, camping etc. Although she needs her excercise she is not a pain and will settle down in the evening to sleep with no problem.
Tilly is fully vaccinated, chipped, and has her own Pet Passport, too young to be spayed you will be expected to do this as part of the adoption agreement.