Ready to adopt?
Sex: Female - neutered
Age: 5 years
Type: Mixed breed
Location: Foster home - Aldershot
Live with children: Yes - 10 years+
Live with dogs: Yes
Live with cats: Not tested
Special Requirements: Wella would prefer to live as an only dog and just meet for a sniff on walks.
Important criteria: No other dogs over 10 years, no children under 5 years. No adults under 30 years.
OUR ADOPTION FEE IS £400
Meet Wella from Portugal, lovely little lady was dumped at the shelter, her owners no longer wanted her. Poor girl went from semi home life to shelter life.
Wella arrived 29th May and went to foster and is such. Sweet well behaved girl.
Wella prefers to be an only dog in the home, she loves her walks, is clean indoors and loves her humans.
Wella has a little undershot jaw and always happy to show her smile. She adores people and would just like a family of her own where she will enjoy walks, cuddles and some sunbathing in the garden.
With the right boundaries and guidance she will all easily adjust and make a great family pet. We ask our adopters to be 100% sure they are ready to commit to the training and hard work required.
IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO ADOPT IMMEDIATELY PLEASE DO NOT APPLY AS YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A REPLY.
Our foster home has provided the feedback below:
Dog's namer: Wella
Where does Wella sleep at night?
Downstairs in a reception room. She slept through the night and only woke in the morning once we were up and moving around.
How is Wella with current dogs/animals?
Wella likes older, calm dogs. She hasn’t enjoyed spending time with my daughter’s (very energetic!) dog and has growled at him but stops growling with a sharp ‘no’ instruction.
Is Wella clean indoors?
Absolutely. We have had no accidents.
Can Wella be left alone?
Wella has been left for around 15 minutes and was fine.
Is Wella out on walks?
Wella is lovely to walk.
How does Wella walk on the lead?
Wella walks well on the lead.
Has Wella met other dogs?
Wella was very good with dogs we have met whilst out on walks. She says hello and is then ready to move on. She doesn’t seem to be very interested in playing with other dogs.
How is Wella with humans?
Wella loves humans and all attention she gets from them!
Have you noticed that Wella is afraid of any particular things?
No, she does not appear to have any fear issues.
Any other useful information?
Wella loves to watch birds! She is a very calm dog who has hardly barked at all. She is not at all bothered by traffic noise and her recall when she is out in the garden is very good.
What kind of home do you think would be suitable?
Wella would be suitable as an only dog or homed with a calm dog. She loves attention from people and would be great companion to her owners.