She came into our care as a stray.
On arrival, Maggie was incredibly nervous and refused to interact with the staff, sitting in the same spot in her kennel and shaking profusely. In the following days, going at a pace to suit Maggie, the staff were able to slowly gain her trust by spending time in her kennel with her. She then became a little curious and would gradually get closer to investigate, especially when treats were on offer!
Although at first Maggie was wary when having a lead attached, she walks very well on the lead and thoroughly enjoys her time out of the kennel, exploring the great outdoors.
Whilst out on her daily walks, Maggie has met other dogs here and has interacted well.
Although we have witnessed Maggie’s confidence grow over the past couple of weeks, we do ask that successful applicants agree to attend the home for several visits with Maggie if required before the adoption can take place.
Maggie is looking for a patient owner who is willing and able to invest their time in confidence building. She will require ongoing training and socialisation and she is unable to live with children under the age of 16 years.
If you think you can offer Maggie a home, please fill in an application form.