Anisa – 6 month old female Cross-Breed

Anisa is a 6 month old female Cross-Breed. She has a personality way bigger than her size. Anisa lives with several foster brothers and sisters in all shapes and sizes.

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Anisa is not bothered by any of them and although the smallest is always right in the mix when they are all in the garden playing. She is a social little girl who is happy to go out for a coffee or a trip to the garden centre.

Anisa walks beautifully on the lead. She still gets very excited at meal times but she is slowly learning that she has to have all paws on the ground before she gets her food.

Anisa is a being food orientated and will most definitely help with her training. Anisais house trained with only the occasional accident overnight.

Anisa would love to have another dog to play with and she currently lives with 2 cats. We estimate her to grow to approximately 8/9kgs.

Anisa is fully vaccinated, Tested for Brucellosis and Leishmania. Comes with full rescue backup.

Freedom Angels Romania
Freedom Angels Romania

For further details about adopting a dog from Freedom Angels Romania, please contact Katrina by emailing katrina@fardogs.co.uk

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post adoption support is offered.

We rescue from Romania but all our dogs are placed in foster homes around the country to be assessed before putting them up for adoption. Our dogs are tested for all know tic borne diseases, Leishmania and Brucellosis. We offer full rescue back up and the dog must be returned to us if the owners surrender. We do homechecks and have follow up coordinators.

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