Senga is a 3 month old female Cross-Breed who currently is in Northern Spain. She came into our care with her 8 siblings of who three have recently been adopted. They are doing very well, settled in well and are loving the company and attention of their new family. We hope that Senga and the other 5 siblings will also soon be in their forever home.
Senga’s mother is a stray dog of medium size (about 20-25kg). We already tried to catch her a few times, but without any success so far. The father is unknown to us. From what the vet says and her current size we assume that she will be of medium size when full grown, but cannot guarantee this, so in the “worst” case her new home should also be prepared for a larger sized dog in the case she grows more than expected.
Senga is at the beginning of her live and absorbs everything like an sponge. She and her siblings didn’t have the typical start at life which puppies should have and deserve, but that didn’t marked them in anyway. They aren’t traumatized puppy and have the typical character of any other puppy. They are playful, affectionate, seek for attention and are social and happy little puppies who love to play with other dogs and are friendly towards people.
Senga isn’t used to life in a home environment, so her future family need to be patient and understanding with her, to help her learn how to walk nicely on a lead, for housetraining, boundaries, manners, and to continue her socialization process.
We are looking for an active family or person, who is committed with the decision of adopting a puppy and with everything that this implies. A puppy needs to be completely educated and socialized, that is why we only consider a dog experienced home who knows how to manage the education, training and socialization of a puppy and also has the time and patience for this.
We are looking for an adult only home or a home without young children (14+), as we want dogs who require more time like himself to be the priority. Senga would enjoy having a further dog companion at home from who she would be able to learn. Nevertheless, this is not a requirement, if he gets enough dog interaction and time to play with other dogs on his walks or outdoor activities.
Senga is currently in Northern Spain, but cannot wait to travel and discover her new home in Wales or England (NOT Scotland) as soon as the right family or person comes forward.
If you have the time, love, stability and the commitment that her upbringing requires and think that Senga would be the perfect addition to your family for the next 10 to 15 years, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.