Update July 2016
Ayasha is currently in kennels, she is doing extremely well and is a real sweetie. She is having two trips into town each week to socialise and now enjoys sitting watching the world go by. She was a complete super star when the local brownies and cubs went to visit the kennels, she loved them all.
Ayasha is a 3 year old Czech wolfdog who is looking for her forever home. She just loves people and loves attention, she is a real giddy soft lump.
She would be best suited to a home with no other dogs as she can become jealous in the home environment and likes all the attention for herself. Also someone who is around most of the time as she doesn’t like her humans leaving her. For the occasions when she is left she will need to be crated or have a secure kennel/run outside.
Update June 2016
Ayasha is still in kennels and has been assessed out and about, she is going into town twice a week for socialisation and her fitness levels are now good and she can enjoy long walks again. She is a real people lover. She is simply adorable and loves attention, loves people. She is fantastic on lead, fantastic out and about and non-reactive meeting new dogs. She will be so happy with someone who is home most of the time and as an only dog as she can get a little jealous of attention. She has been a real superstar at the kennels meeting and greeting the brownies and cubs who had a visit. They were thrilled with the kisses and attention she gave each and every one of them. As lovely as this is and she is happy, we cannot afford for her to stay in kennels long term, she needs and deserves that home and family to love and be part of.
UPDATE (July 2016)
Shoba needs an experienced large breed owner, he would be best suited to be an only dog but can live alongside a calm female dog. No cats, No children. He is fantastic on lead, fantastic in the home, crate trained, loves to please, loves fuss, loves to train, loves going out with the scooter, he can forget himself from time to time and get over excited and a little boisterous so a calm environment would be good for him. He has bonded massively with his foster carer so a few visits would be preferred.
UPDATE (March 2016)
Today I got to spend time with the lovely Shoba. Shoba is our longest resident dog, he has now been in foster for over 18 months. He is completely rehabilitated and looking for his forever home.
Shoba will benefit from being an only dog or with one large breed very calm dog. Shoba has a large amount of excited energy and he loves to use that excitement to please. He loves training sessions, he is very responsive to commands given. He can do sit, down, close, touch, watch, heel, back, leave, bed. He responds to verbal commands and also enjoys clicker training too.
Shoba is a 4 year old neutered male Czech cross. He is house trained, lead trained and crate trained (although needs some reinforcements added to a standard crate). He is a big boy and has a big personality to match
in need of a foster home
in need of a foster home
Teyha will be coming into rescue as soon as we find her the right foster home where she can be assessed and neutered.
Teyha has guarding issues and is very protective over her toys, food, bed etc with the other dog she currently lives with. The owners feel this is beyond their capabilities to stop the behaviour, they have tried everything they can. She is not protective with possessions towards people, only to other dogs.
Teyha can be dog reactive when out walking and meeting new dogs, she does wear a muzzle when out for current owners peace of mind.
She is very good in the house, loves her cuddles, loves treats and is very food orientated, is great with children and is crate trained.
We are looking for a foster with no other dogs and who can carry out an assessment and get her neutered (Which we as a rescue obviously pay for) If you are able to foster Teyha please get in touch.
Criteria: No other dogs, or if other dogs have the room to separate. No cats. Secure garden.
Please note that these details have not been verified by WdR
Rubea is currently in kennels, she hasn't settled yet, but it is very early days and she is going to need time to adjust. Once she is settled and we are able to work with her she will be assessed and updates will follow.
in need of a forever home
in need of a forever home
Akela has made massive progress whilst in her foster home. She arrived to us from a rescue in Qatar where she was suffering dreadfully from the heat out there. Since arriving she has been living in a home environment with two other large breed dogs. She has adjusted to a home life really well.
Akela loves her crate and sees it as her safe place, she will need to be crated in her forever home when she is left as she would be destructive.
She loves her walks and is very good on the lead, she has received some recall training using a long line which will need to be continued, she is not ready for any off lead work yet. She adores the water and enjoys a good splash in the streams and rivers.
Akela is a very affectionate girl, she is extremely friendly when out meeting new people, she can be a little reactive to some dogs when out and about.
She is now on a raw diet and loves her food, so training is made that much easier as she is food orientated. She can be stubborn at times, but has the concept of basic commands. She will no longer take food from work tops and has accepted house rules.
Akela has not been assessed around young children so we will only place her with families who have older children. She will not be suited to a home with cats.
She would benefit from a large breed male as a companion and playmate, she likes a rough and tumble playtime with the male wolfdog she is currently living with.
Ideally we are looking for someone with knowledge of the breed and the time to continue with her training. If you think you can offer this special girl a loving forever home then please get in touch.