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Ari

Crossbreed
5 years
Female
Admitted November 2021
My training needs
Ongoing support

Ari needs patient new owners who are prepared to invest the time in creating a strong bond with her and are comfortable that they will need to manage her around visitors to the home and around traffic. We will demonstrate the training we have started with her.

Support and Health

How much training will I need?

Ongoing support

Ari needs patient new owners who are prepared to invest the time in creating a strong bond with her and are comfortable that they will need to manage her around visitors to the home and around traffic. We will demonstrate the training we have started with her.

Can I be left alone?

Yes

Ari has previously been left home alone for a full working day and coped well.

Do I have any medical conditions?

Existing conditions

Ari is currently on medication to help her with her behaviour. Our vets will be able to provide further information on this.

Who I can live with

Can I live with dogs?

No

Can I live with cats?

No

Can I live with small pets?

Yes

Additional information

Ari cannot live with dogs or cats but could possibly live with securely caged small pets. She can meet dogs on a walk but she prefers to say a polite hello and move on. She's not a fan of those that are too bouncy.

Family and environment

What kind of family am I looking for?

Ari would be best suited to living in a quiet home with no more than 2 adults, as she needs longer than most to build trusting relationships. She needs a home with minimal visitors and she is very uncomfortable around strangers. Ari has shown that she is worried by children and does not want to interact with them.

What type of environment would suit me?

Ari would not suit living on a busy road and will need to be walked in quiet areas, away from traffic as she will chase moving vehicles. She would love a decent sized, private, 6ft fenced garden where she can play with her toys in an environment where she feels relaxed.

About Ari

Ari is a gorgeous German Shepherd cross who needs a family who can offer her a quiet home and lots of time to feel settled. She should not be put into situations where she feels uncomfortable and we will take time to talk through her body language and communication with any new potential owners. Ari is a very affectionate lady once you have earnt her trust, she loves to be on the sofa and be close to her family, sleeping in the bedroom at night. She loves to play with her toys, particularly a football and it's extremely rewarding to watch her grow in confidence.

Things to note

Potential new owners will need to be prepared to visit Ari several times in quick succession prior to being able to take her home.

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