Daphne – 5 year old female Cross-Breed

Daphne is a 5 year old female Cross-Breed. She came to us in October from a UK kennel-based rescue after originally being rescued from Romania.

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Whilst in Romania Daphne had suffered trauma to the side of her head which left her missing an ear.

Understandably this terrifying ordeal left Daphne incredibly nervous about being touched around this area so we have been unable to place a collar on her, although she is now accepting strokes.

After spending several weeks with our pack we knew she was ready to make the transition into a foster home so that she could learn to trust humans.

Daphne has amazed us all with how well she has fitted into a home environment. She has been the perfect house guest and has wowed her fosterer with how clean and non-destructive she is!

Daphne’s a very affectionate, friendly and lovable girl who is extremely bright and intelligent.

Daphne just loves company and is very sweet and playful. Daphne is fearful of men so we are looking for a female-only home.

As Daphne is not ready for walks she would be a great match for someone with limited mobility issues so long as there is a large, secure garden where Daphne can run and play.

Daphne would benefit from a quiet environment and could live with both dogs and cats. Helping a dog like Daphne will be incredibly rewarding.

If you think you have what it takes we would love to hear from you!


For further details about adopting a dog from Dogs4Rescue, please email: adopt@dogs4rescue.co.uk or telephone: 07885599649.

Dogs4Rescue is a small, independent dog sanctuary in Manchester which has developed a unique “cage-free” approach to animal welfare to ensure our dogs are socialised in a healthy, relaxed and happy foster home environment whilst waiting for their forever families.

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