Say hello to Amy (AAR 2026)

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Available to foster or adopt

Hi, my name is Amy. I'm a female Mixed. I weigh 6.30kg . I'll be neutered as soon as I've settled in. The team here are still getting to know me and don't yet know how I get along with other dogs, cats or children. I'll be getting socialised with them soon and we'll keep you posted. I'll be getting my rabies vaccination, chip and passport soon.

"I was rescued from a terrible home - well you could hardly call it home, I belonged to a goat farmer who kept me chained up all the time with no shelter from the sun or rain. When I was first found there was no water available and I guess I was just fed dry bread and probably not much of it. I was in a poor state, underweight and very frightened. I suppose I was never shown any love and probably have never had a cuddle in the whole of my life.
I am now living in kennels and I am still quite shy and wary but I am now getting regular proper dog food and I am gaining weight and my health is improving. Hopefully my confidence will improve as I learn to trust"
We know little of poor Amy and decided the most important thing would be to let her settle into her new environment and improve her health.
Kennels are a 100% improvement of the living conditions Amy previously experienced. However, home life would be even better. We would love to find a foster or forever home for Amy where she can feel safe and receive all the love she deserves and so clearly has missed out on.

Please contact us if you would like more information on Amy.

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