Tara is a one-year-old female hound cross discovered as a stray in a Cyprus village, presumably abandoned during the hunting season.

She’s on the smaller side of medium, an energetic adolescent with a penchant for play. Despite her initial hardships, Tara has adapted well to shelter life and is now seeking a loving family to call her own.

This lively canine is a joy to behold, displaying a zest for life by frolicking with fellow shelter dogs, and engaging in playful pursuits like chasing toys and rolling on the ground.

Tara’s friendly nature dispels any notions of her being a guard dog, as she eagerly befriends everyone she encounters. Her affectionate disposition shines through in her love for cuddles, chin scratches, and belly rubs.

Tara’s loyalty and trustworthiness make her an ideal companion, readily leaning in for attention and quickly forming connections.

While Tara is an exuberant companion, she still requires some basic training, particularly on the lead where her strength and excitement manifest.

Her eagerness to please, however, makes her an excellent candidate for positive reinforcement and continued learning. With a tail that wags at the slightest commendation, Tara is poised to thrive with a devoted owner willing to invest in her continued growth.

Tara’s affinity for children suggests she’d make an excellent family dog, with a preference for households with kids aged 5 and above. Though untested with cats, she gets along well with other dogs, offering flexibility in potential adoptive homes.

Tara’s adaptability extends to various living situations, from being the sole resident pup to embracing the company of a similarly playful companion.

Best suited to an active lifestyle in a semi-rural setting with access to a garden, Tara exudes potential as a cherished family member.

Despite her current location in Cyprus, she’s in good health and eagerly awaits a forever home, ready to embark on the journey once her perfect match is found.

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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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