Ready to adopt?
Sex: Female - neutered
Age: 7 years
Location: Foster home - Aldershot
Live with children: Yes - 12 years+
Live with dogs: Yes
Live with cats: No
Special Requirements: Adults under 68 years
OUR ADOPTION FEE IS £200
Gorgeous Lilly has had to come back into our care.
Sweet Lilly born into the cruel racing industry got her chance of freedom in May 2020 and found her life away from racing and a dad who loved her.
Sadly Lillys owner has passed and even though we were reassured that if anything happened to the owner the family would step up and take care of Lilly, this has not happened. Meaning we were asked to take Lilly back into our care.
We welcomed Lilly back, poor girl, lost her dad and at aged 7 years we would not want her to be back in kennels at all.
Lilly has been back and what a wonderful girl she is. Lilly is clean indoors, great with people and other dogs, not afraid of anything. We were told her owner walked her off the lead and she was so well behaved.
Lilly deserves to have a forever home and not have to move again. A loving home, who will allow her to have snuggles on the sofa, walks every day, meet other dogs and keep her safe.
Please only apply if keen and ready to commit to adoption. We are asking for adopters to be under 68 years for Lilly. No children under 12 years, no cats.
Our foster home has provided the feedback below:
Dog's Name: Lilly
Where does Lilly sleep at night? - in the lounge with our dog. She settles well and sleeps from about 11pm until 6am when I go downstairs.
How is Lilly with current dogs/animals? - Lilly lives with our 16 year old Collie. This is the first time Lilly has lived in a house with another dog and she has adjusted very well and they get along well together.
Is Lilly clean indoors? Lilly knows to go outside for her toilet and will go to the back door to be let out when we are in the house and also does her business out on her walks.
Can Lilly be left alone? Lilly has been left alone for up to 3 hours with our dog for company. We have a camera and she settles on the sofa or her bed and sleeps.
Is Lilly out on walks? Lilly loves her walks and gets very excited when her lead is taken out of the cupboard. A combination of quiet and busy roads and also to the park/woods. At present with us she is kept on the lead as we have fostered her for such a short time but she was let off the lead by her previous owner.
How is Lilly with children? Lilly has not met any children yet with us as her foster family. Her previous family advised us that she was good with children and having seen her temperament I can believe this.
How is Lilly with cats? We do not have a cat but Lilly has seen our neighbours cat and other cats on walks. She is interested in them and will pull on the lead if they run away showing her chase instinct. She is the same when she sees a squirrel.
How does Lilly walk on the lead? Lilly walks really well on the lead. She will only pull when she sees a cat or squirrel as mentioned above . She is a very confident girl out on her walks and has shown no fear of traffic, people and other general outside noises.
Has Lilly met with other dogs? Lilly has met some dogs on her walks for a sniff and shows no fear or aggression towards other dogs. If another dog barks at her she just calmly carries on walking.
How is Lilly with humans? Lilly loves people and will let them stroke and pet her as soon as they have met her. As soon as we met her she leant on us for a cuddle. Lilly has lived in a family home for the past three years and this shows in her behaviour and wonderful temperament towards people.
Have you noticed that Lilly is afraid of any particular things? So far we have not noticed that Lilly is afraid of anything. Outside she is confident and indoors does not mind the hoover and other general household noises.
Any other useful information - Lilly is a very sweet natured girl. She is starting to play with a toy and we have a ball that distributes treats that she is just starting to get used to how it works. She travels well in the car.
Lilly is happy to see you with a waggy tail and loves to lean on you. She also loves her cuddles and on the sofa she will lay next to you and put her head on your lap.
What kind of home do you think would be suitable? Lilly has been an only dog in the house for the past three years but she has got on well with our dog so would also be good to live with another dog as a companion. She is a beautiful girl and has so much love to give to her new family.