Jess is a 7 month old female Jura Hound Cross. He was rescued in Cyprus and has flown to the UK to help her in her search for her forever home. She is currently living with her foster family in Birkenhead. Here is a little about her by her foster mum: Jess is such an adorable, fun and loving little girl. She loves cuddles and spending time with her family. She is so beautiful with amazing long legs.
Jess behaves off lead, doesn’t go too far, and has brilliant recall. She loves to meet and play with other dogs. She is always really respectful of other dogs, so never finds herself in trouble. Jess is also amazing with the other foster dogs she lives with. She is completely toilet trained, and sleeps in her bed all night, with no problems at all. Jess doesn’t suffer with separation anxiety when left with the other dogs.
She is happy with the other dogs when food and toys are around. Jess would be happy to find a home with another dog to play and cuddle with. The other foster dogs in her home have given her lots of confidence, and she loves sleeping and cuddling with them. Jess was a nervous little dog when she arrived. She has come on leaps and bounds, but she doesn’t like too much noise or very fast movements, so she would be better homed without younger children.
Jess is such a loveable, playful, sweet, little girl and an absolute joy to be with. If you meet her, we think you will fall head over heels in love!
If you can offer this gorgeous girl a loving forever home, with a safe garden and another doggy companion to play with, we would love to hear from you. She has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Minimum adoption donation of £300 applies. ADOPTIONS SUBJECT TO HOME CHECK.
Post adoption support is available from our charity.
D.O.G. Rescue Cyprus must be informed at any time of a change in circumstances and our dog returned to one of our volunteers where required. Our Dog must never be handed over to any UK Rescue or sold or adopted on without our knowledge. We always accept the return of our dogs and will endeavour to rehome them accordingly.