Meg – 4 year old female Cross-Breed

Meg is a four year old medium sized Cross-Breed with very short legs, fostered near Norwich, Norfolk. Meg has been in our care since August 2019 but is only now ready to start looking for her forever home. She was rescued from the Botosani shelter in Romania where she had never allowed anyone to touch her and didn’t have any intention of starting to allow it when she first arrived here!

Almost every scared dog is fixable with time and patience and, although it’s been a difficult road at times, Meg is now opening up to the idea that humans maybe okay after all. She is still wary of strangers but once she knows you she will allow contact and in the not too distant future in a more one to one environment she will even begin to enjoy it.

Shy dogs always relax faster in homes that have another dog in them and we always insist on this for our special dogs as they don’t feel so pressured and can watch and learn from a more confident dogs relationship with the humans in the house. Meg gets on with all other dogs in her foster home. She is now finally enjoying her walks after months of stubborn refusal. She has a brilliant character and is curious and cheeky when she dares to be and those moments will get more plentiful as time goes on.

We have successfully rehomed many scared/shy dogs over the years and always people tell us that being a part of the dogs journey to confidence and complete relaxation is a pleasure and a privilege. This beautiful girl is certainly not going to be your lap dog overnight but in the months to come the little steps forward she takes will have you bursting with pride of you offer her a home.

Meg needs a quietish environment with no young children. She will need an experienced adopter with a vision to truly heal a dog that had a difficult start in life. The rewards paid back will be tenfold of all efforts put into her. Our adoption fee is £270. She is microchipped, vaccinated and neutered.



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