Joanne is a 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed. “I was fostered in The Isle Of Wight. I’m dog friendly and need to live with at least one other confident dog.

I may be able to live with a bold, dog-savvy cat. I was looking for an adult-only and experienced home. I would prefer to have someone around most of the time.

I was looking for an active home in the countryside. I was dumped in the woods because I was too scared to hunt. Loud noises and sudden movements make me nervous.

I was rescued and taken to a shelter where I realised that not all humans are bad after all. I made friends and started feeling better so I moved into my lovely foster home.

My foster mummy loves me and says I’m now ready to start looking for my forever home.

I need an experienced, quiet but active home as I love my walks & I’m very energetic outside.

I like kids but am still worried by loud noises/ shouting/whistles so an adult-only home would be better for me. I’m quiet at home but still very shy with people I don’t know.

Still working on my toilet training because I was scared to go out in the garden by myself for a long time. I’m good on the lead but very excited when I meet other doggies.

I’m also good in the car very well-behaved at the vet’s and love my food I’m very happy and relaxed around my foster mummy. I like sleeping next to her and enjoying cuddles. I also love other dogs so a home with another friendly, confident doggie would be ideal for me.

I’m wary but at the same time interested in cats. Not so sure about them just yet. My foster mummy says I’m a feisty, cheeky girl and very quick moving.

I will still run off to my crate if not sure of anything. I jump very high as well & they say there is still a flight risk if I should get really scared but I don’t understand what they are talking about. They say I need very secure fencing and I should be on the lead at all times when outdoors.

I’m a little naughty sometimes when outside. I lie down & try to hide in hedges but I’m getting better. I will need to meet my new family several times to get to know them and trust them before moving to my new home.

I will need time and patience to fully settle because I went through a lot and that made me fearful of many things but I’m young and learn fast and all I want is to be happy. If you like me and think you can offer me the home I deserve please message the lovely ladies to contact you.” – Quote

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