- 8 years
- Admitted July 2021
Oreo must avoid other dogs but if they come too close can become reactive. She has a visitor protocol that we have put in place when people enter the home and for those she may meet on a walk. We will show you the ongoing training that is required.
Support and Health
How much training will I need?
Can I be left alone?
Do I have any medical conditions?
Who I can live with
Can I live with dogs?
Can I live with cats?
Can I live with small pets?
Additional informationOreo cannot live with any other animals. She is worried around other dogs and does not like meeting them. She is reactive towards them if they come too close and they must be avoided on walks.
Family and environment
What kind of family am I looking for?She can live with teenagers and over. It must be a quiet home with few visitors and no young visiting children. She requires ongoing training around strangers and visitors to the home. Once she gets to know people she is affectionate, she can be independent although will often come over for cuddles when she wants them. New family should allow time to build relationship with her and avoid visitors for at least a few weeks after rehoming.
What type of environment would suit me?Oreo would like to live in a quiet area where dogs can be avoided. A private, 6ft fenced garden is a must for her to charge around and sunbathe in the summer.
Things to noteHer fosterer has this to say about her: Oreo is a great dog, she is so calm and relaxed in the house. She's happy to settle calmly on the sofa whilst we're busy but also loves getting cuddles. She loves exploring new places and sniffing things and has lots of energy on walks. She's got such a great personality and is always making us laugh with her funny sleeping positions or when she grumbles because she hasn't got her favourite spot on the sofa or you're not giving her enough of a cuddle. She's very polite and very clever!
If it wasn't for their circumstances they would have kept her themselves.
Before we get started, please confirm you’re comfortable with the level of ongoing support Oreo needs. If you’re ready to make that commitment you won’t be on your own: our specialist teams will be on hand for as long as you need us.
Additional informationOreo must avoid other dogs but if they come too close can become reactive. She has a visitor protocol that we have put in place when people enter the home and for those she may meet on a walk. We will show you the ongoing training that is required.
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