Bella – 2 year old female Cross-Breed

Bella is a two-and-a-half-year-old, medium-sized mixed-breed dog residing in London. Weighing just under 18kg, she closely resembles a German Shepherd Dog.

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Originally from Romania, Bella had a challenging start to life but found her way to the UK, specifically London, in October 2023. Despite a positive initial settlement, Bella, currently living in a flat without garden access, is in search of a new home due to compatibility issues with one of the house cats.

This sweet-natured canine has a fondness for human companionship, displaying affection and love. While she may be cautious around strangers on the street, Bella quickly warms up with proper introductions to home visitors.

In her Romanian days, she happily interacted with all the dogs in the yard, although her experience in the UK has made her a bit more reserved with unfamiliar dogs, likely due to being kept on a lead unless in a secure field.

Calm overall, Bella occasionally bursts with energy, making a garden an ideal setting for her playful zoomies. A rural or semi-rural location is preferable, but she has adapted well to the bustling streets of London and handles traffic noise with ease.

As for living arrangements, Bella has not been tested with children, so it is recommended that any potential adopters have children aged 10 or older who are dog-savvy. She is content as the sole dog or can coexist with another resident dog.

While she is only starting to engage with toys, Bella plays harmoniously with one of the cats in her current home. Ideally, her new home would be cat-free, but exceptions may be considered if the cats have a history of living peacefully with dogs.

Fully vaccinated, spayed, and testing negative for Brucella Canis before arriving in the UK, Bella is ready to relocate anywhere within the country if the right home is found.

Stray2Me Rescue
Stray2Me Rescue

For further details about adopting a dog from Stray2Me Rescue, please contact Tina by emailing adoptions@stray2me.com or contact +44 7537 145800

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

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