Libby – 4-5 year old female Australian Kelpie Cross

Libby is an approximately 4-5 year old Australian Kelpie Cross looking for her ideal adoptive home. She’s had a sad life after being imported, ending up loose on the streets of the UK for months then came into our rescue after a stint in the pound. She now fosters with 9 other dogs happily. She adores playing with the young playful dogs and puppy.

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Libby is also respectful of the big old grumpy dogs. She fosters with children of varying ages from 2 up but we would prefer her to go to a quieter home with kids over 8 if any. Younger visiting children would be fine.

Libby is housetrained, walks beautifully on lead and does not chew. She can be wary and nervous of fast movements and can be abit of a baby sometimes and cry and get upset. She needs a home that will be kind and patient with her.

Libby is a very cuddly dog and adores hours of cuddles on the sofa around her walkies and play. She is spayed, fully vaccinated and microchipped. She fosters in the Scottish highlands but can be transported anywhere in Scotland or northern England for the right home.

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Dantes Dream

For further details about adopting a dog from Dantes Dream, please email Dantesdream2017@outlook.com or telephone 07809 592729. Applications can also be made on: https://dantesdream.org.

Dantes Dream is a non-profit organisation who rescue dogs from Romania, Spain and UK and then find new homes for them. They have a no kill policy and provide full Rescue back up after adoption. Home checks and adoption fees (£300) apply to all adoptions. All our dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered before adoption unless not old enough. In that respect, owners must sign a neutering contract for when the dog is old enough.

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