in need of a forever home
in need of a forever home
Rubea is in need of a SPECIALIST HOME as she can be rather unpredictable at times.
Rubea is in kennels and she has bonded with the kennel owner who is her main handler and is happy for attention and belly rubs from him, she loves her walks, hikes and bike rides too, all in rural settings, she gets extremely anxious in built up areas such as villages and around traffic.
Unfortunately, she is not going to be suited to a typical pet home environment, due to her unpredictable nature we feel she is too high a risk to place in a normal household. She can be a real diva at times and likes her own way.
We believe Rubea to be a hybrid and although her looks are not as wolfie as some hybrids she demonstrates very wolfie behaviours and communication at times.
She is safe where she is and her issues are being worked with on a daily basis, but as you know, we are not a sanctuary and cannot keep her in kennels for the rest of her life. We are actively looking for a sanctuary space for her or someone with experience and who has a secure kennel area where she can live but still receive the human interactions and ongoing training.
If you know of a suitable home for her, please get in touch.
Timber is a Czech wolfdog, she has recently had a season so will be spayed as soon as able to do so.
Timber arrived as an emergency case due to a very sad set of circumstances where her owner has become extremely ill and is now in a care home. This has meant that the owner’s dogs were left crated at her property and a team of volunteers were going in several times a day to walk the dogs and feed them until they could find them suitable foster placements. The other dogs are now safe too and we have taken Timber.
For now Timber is in kennels, where she will have a quick assessment before going to her foster home, we have a wonderful foster placement in mind, pending intros to their dog and family.
Updates to follow.
UPDATE January 2017
Since arriving to us, Skye has received a lot of one-one training and we have seen a massive improvement in her behaviours when out. She was very reactive when on the lead to other dogs and could get a little anxious if people approached. She is now able to walk through town with very little fuss and has enjoyed meeting lots of people. Her recall is very good IF there are no other distractions in view.
Skye is a very loving girl, she loves her cuddles and smiles when she greets you (very sweet)! She is crate trained, up to date with all worming and flea treatment as well as vaccinations and is microchipped.
Skye previously lived with a male wolfdog, but she is very reactive when out when she is walked with other dogs. If she is on her own she is much better but can still have her moments. Again if Skye is on her own she is far better welcoming visitors into the house but if the other dog is around she will not allow visitors in and needs to be crated for safety.
Therefore, we need her to be an only dog and get to build the bond and start working on these issues with her.
She is great in the house, non-destructive when left, no separation anxiety, no counter surfing, she is crate trained and sleeps in her crate overnight. She is very affectionate towards her family and likes her cuddles and kisses.
This really is a case of having her as an only dog and going back to basics re training, so having the patience, experience and understanding is vital in this application.
No children, no other dogs, no small furries.
Hunter is a Czech cross 5 year old neutered male. He is a lovely boy who loves his human attention and cuddles, he loves his walks and is a very good boy when out and about, although he can be a little nervous of traffic.
He is non-destructive when left and is crate trained, he sleeps in his crate overnight.
He currently lives with a large breed female. He is good with other dogs after the initial introductions.
He will not be suitable to homes with young children or small furries.
Please note that these details have come from the owner and have not yet been verified by WdR
Codek has made many improvements in many ways whilst in foster, but still suffers separation anxiety.
He is such a loving and nice natured boy, he loves his humans, loves his cuddles. He is great with the large breed female he is currently living with. He is good when out, he can be a little reactive when on lead meeting other dogs, but this is pure excitement.
No cats, No small dogs.