MATILDA - Gorgeous Akita cross pup
Good with other dogs:
Good with children:
Good with cats:
Approx 10 months
Part of Adoption
MEET MATILDA. ONE VERY LOVING AND ADORABLE AKITA PUP OF 10 MONTHS
Matilda is a typical puppy and full of love and licks for everyone. She has been greatnwith otehr dogs and is no going out on regular walks with otehr volunteers and hounds. This is essential for puppies and a home that can keep up with her socialising is of the utmost importance. Matilda is very friendly and very busy. She can be boisterous and she still has a little growing to do. She will benefit from a home that can offer some guidance and training and of course someone who can offer plenty of exercise. This youngster has so much love to give and is extremely beautiful, happy with a wonderful demeanour.
THE HOME MATILDA NEEDS
Matilda needs a dedicated home that have given serious thought to owning a puppy. This stunning dog will also be a large breed so a home that can accommodate her size too needs consideration. This youngster enjoys her walks and is very playful. She can sometimes be over giddy which is typical of puppies so she may mouth. A preferred home is with older children only. We feel she could live with a nice natured male dog that has already been castrated. Told love to play and a kennel environment is not ideal for any puppies r young dogs who possess lots of energy. Our lady is not for the couch potatoes in life and will need an active home with an adopter who loves to go walking and having adventures. Please give serious thought to the commitment needed of owning a puppy. They often struggle with being left for long hours alone. Bored babes will chew and find their own entertainments. Applications are welcome by clocking on the adopt me button.
We are passionate about helping stray and abandoned dogs and we have many in our care from the Yorkshire pounds and very difficult circumstances. We help a huge volume that are struggling to find rescue at the Yorkshire stray kennels and help many many bull breeds too. Due to misconceptions and bad press rescue dogs and so often Staffies struggle to find homes. Not all rescue dogs are damaged animals and they deserve love and a dedicated owner. Please contact us for more details about Boss and Bonnie and essential details about yourself. Support is crucial to our small charity who exists entirely on volunteers. We have no staff.