Liza – 6 month old female Hound Cross

Liza is a six-month-old female hound cross-breed who was rescued from the streets of Cyprus and brought to the UK as a foster puppy in December.

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Despite her young age, she has quickly adapted to a companion lifestyle and thrives on love and attention. Liza’s foster family, though enamored by her, has found that their resident dogs prefer a quieter atmosphere without a lively puppy.

She is on the smaller side of medium and is expected to reach a medium size as an adult. Liza is currently in a mouthy stage due to her age but is good with children aged 8 and above.

While she adores people, her excitement level may be better suited to older children. Liza has shown compatibility with other dogs, having socialized with various breeds, shapes, and sizes. She is, however, looking for a home without cats due to limited exposure and her energetic breed type.

Liza, having experienced a garden for the first time in her life, enjoys pottering about and playing. She is a smart pup, quick to learn, and requires ongoing training and socialization.

Liza doesn’t like being left alone and displays signs of separation anxiety, making her best suited for a family where someone is usually home. A potential solution could be having another dog with a similar temperament to keep her company.

In her short time in foster care, Liza has learned to sit, walk well on the lead, mastered housetraining, and is crate trained. Ideally, she seeks a semi-rural home surrounded by nature, and while another dog would be nice, it is not mandatory.

Liza is currently based in Hertfordshire, with a clean bill of health, and is ready to meet her new family.

Underdog International
Underdog International

For further details about adopting a dog from Underdog International, please contact Eve by emailing eve@theunderdog.org or call 02080504292

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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