Zuzu is a small crossbreed of around five years old. Zuzu came into our care a few weeks ago from the Botosani public shelter in Romania. She had been in the shelter for most of her five years and as such had become accustomed to never having contact with humans. She arrived very scared and reluctant to trust people. However, after a lot of patience and tlc from her foster family she is now really beginning tj grow in confidence and accept human affection.
Zuzu is still very shy but she’s walking on a lead brilliantly and, in fact, she’s the first one at the door with her tail wagging when it’s time to go out. She’s letting her foster family stroke her on her terms and will continue to learn to enjoy it over the coming weeks and months.
Zuzu is not bothered with the cats or birds that she’s come across out on walks. She definately needs another dog with her in her forever home, maybe a young playful one to bring her out of her shell as she’s showing signs of wanting to play. Zuzu Will need someone with a lot of time and understanding of an anxious dog. She’s not really bothered about children but doesn’t like loud noises so would be better in a family with no under 10s.
Zuzu fostered Ipswich Suffolk.
If you are interested please message or call between 9am to 5pm Mon – Fri or 9am to 4pm Sat. Tel 07788251197 / 07899844524.
Our adoption fee is £300, they are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless the dog is too young to be neutered).
PLEASE NOTE IT IS SAFE RESCUE POLICY THAT ALL DOGS ADOPTED FROM US MUST WEAR A SLIP LEAD TO BE WALKED FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR LIVES. TOO MANY DOGS ARE LOST FROM SLIPPING OUT OF COLLARS AND HARNESSES AND MANY OF OUR DOGS ARE TIMID DUE TO PAST ILL TREATMENT AND LIKELY TO PANIC WHILST OUT AND ABOUT. IT IS ABSOLUTELY OK TO USE THESE THINGS ADDITIONALLY TO SLIP LEADS BUT NOT INSTEAD OF. WE ALSO REQUEST THAT EXTENDABLE RETRACTABLE LEADS ARE NEVER USED ON OUR DOGS. IF YOU ARE OPPOSED TO SLIP LEADS PLEASE DO NOT ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR DOGS AS THIS IS NOT NEGOTIABLE. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING.