Petra is now living happily in her "Forever Home"

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Petra says "My owner had passed away and I didn't know where to go or what to do. I had 3 pups to look after and took up refuge in an old scrap yard. When AAR heard about us they rescued us and placed us in kennels. My pups have now all moved on and no longer need me. I am fully vaccinated, neutered and chipped with a passport so I can travel. I am now in a lovely foster home whilst I continue to look for my forever home and I am also fine with other dogs and cats. My foster says I am calm and gentle despite my size. I also walk well on a lead. However I am still a little shy when I first meet new people. Please give me a chance."

AAR says: Petra is a true family dog who thrives on being close to her human companions. She prefers their company over spending time outside with other dogs, emphasizing her desire to form a deep bond with her forever family. Petra's loyalty and affection shine through as she eagerly greets her foster family with a wagging tail upon their return home.

Petra's gentle disposition extends beyond humans—she gets along wonderfully with dogs and cats, and we believe she would be ok in a household with children too, having met the foster's 10 year old and 15 year old nieces.

Petra is fully vaccinated with a pet passport, and neutered. She has also recently undergone a partial mastectomy (for benign tumours), so truly deserves lots of love and attention. Whilst she is a large dog, she doesn’t need long walks, preferring to potter around outside, not far from her humans."

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