(Rehomed) Panda – 3-4 month old female Bichon Frise Cross

Meet Panda who is the the cutest little puppy and is thought to be a Bichon Frise Cross. She is 3.5 months old and will be a small sized adult. She is i a private shelter in Romania until she has a home to go to. She can travel in late February. Panda is a nervous girl and will benefit from being rehomed with a confident older dog to show her the ropes.

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Panda was given to our rescuer, along with her brother Milo (reserved). Like all puppies she will need a lot of socialisation with as many adults, children, dogs (puppies and adults), and other animals as possible. She needs to become used to a wide range of events, environments and situations.

We can not home a puppy to people who work full time. Pups take up a lot of time and they need someone at home a lot of the day.

Panda will need training in all aspects. Any resident children need to be gentle, dog savvy 6+. This girl need a stable home where she will feel safe and loved for the rest of her life. Panda is too young to be neutered and this will have to be done as part of the adoption contract. Se will be vaccinated, microchipped and have a passport.

Adoption fees and homechecks apply.

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Good Karma Rescue

For further details about adopting a dog from Good Karma Rescue please email us at goodkarmarescue1@gmail.com. Homechecks apply and we offer post adoption support. We work with a few rescues in Romania, Spain and Cyprus to help these dogs find homes. The dogs will be neutered if old enough, or must be neutered as part of our adoption contract. Our dogs can be rehomed anywhere in England and Wales.

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