Pip – 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed

Pip is a 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed. She had a hard life to start, with her ear being cut off as a tiny puppy.

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Pip is looking for her new home as she is being dominant with the resident female dog – her current family have worked very hard on resolving this but feels.

Pip would be better as an only dog or with careful introductions a male dog. This has been a heartbreaking decision for the family.

This is what her current family have to say about her. Pip is one of the most beautiful dogs I’ve ever come across. She loves people and adores a cuddle.

She’s very chilled out around the house, no trouble at all – but does love company.

She’s getting good at recall, though her hunting instinct means we’ve kept her on the lead during any wood walks. She’s extremely clever, and given more training I think she can achieve anything.

I am utterly heartbroken to be giving her up, but our lab is just too submissive, and Pip can be a little dominant with her, though I haven’t noticed this with other dogs – she’s friendly on walks and just wants to play. As happy on the lead as off, she is a dream.

Oh, and obsessed with food, but you just have to keep it out of her reach! She does react to cats when we’re out (though never chased one) and we have a hamster which she’s fascinated by, but given the chance would probably try to eat! She’s fine being left, though we haven’t done it often. Chewed a little initially, but not for ages.

She loves an antler. She is good as gold. As you can see from the pics, she just loves to lounge most of the time! Doesn’t mind being groomed or having her teeth cleaned.

Never had a dog that likes that!! She doesn’t bark, just awoo’s when she knows she’s about to be fed or walked.

She currently lives with two teenage children and has met younger children but due to her size (30kgs), we would suggest children 7+.

She is fully vaccinated, microchipped and she is tested she is not yet neutered but is due to be done in October.

She is a full rescue backup, the adoption fee and home check applies. She is currently fostered in Bristol.

Dogs Paws Aid
Dogs Paws Aid

For further details about adopting a dog from Dogs Paws Aid, please contact Jayne by emailing Fredpocock1@gmail.com or call 0788 8833336.

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post-adoption support is offered.

Dogs Paws Aid is a small non-profit, self-funded group of people, passionate about rescuing and homing needy street/kill shelter dogs in Europe, including the UK. Those from overseas we transport out of the country to the UK, where they receive all the vet treatments they need prior to re-home giving them the hope and love they deserve because we care.

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