CINDERS - Very Staffy cross breed

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

Approx 18 months

Female

Medium/Large

Part of adoption

Yes

Adult home

Unknown

CINDERS - NEGLECTED STAFFY CROSS AKITA
Cinders has turned many corners in the last week. This neglected Staffy cross came into care from the stray kennels. On arrival at the stray kennels she was desperately underweight and petrified. Cinders tried to escape kennels and was found hiding in the back of her confinement away from people. Over a period of days kennel staff worked hard to help Cinders overcome her fears. Life is cruel for many dogs like Cinders who need time and patience to adjust. Through no fault of stray kennels this is not always possible and rescue places are in urgent need. Cinders is now in our care along with another Staff who she has possibly lived with. This loving girl in now learning to trust and in the last week has come on leaps and bounds. She has shown herself to be very loving dog once she knows you mean her no harm. Sadly Cinders is still fearful of men and will flinch at sudden movements. She will still shy away if frightened by humans. We will never know her history but it is very apparent that she has been mistreated, neglected and not shown the love she deserves. We ensure her life is enhanced from this day forward and a forever love and special human is found.
WHAT HOME DO I NEED?
Cinders is one very loving young dog. She has turned a huge corner with us however is still nervous of some men in her kennel. She will hide away. The home she desperately needs is a quiet one with a couple who love walking and have time to allow Cinders to settle. Our girl needs no added pressures and a calm environment to feel safe and loved in. Cinders comes to us for a fuss now and loves her walks. We haven' put her under added pressures with otehr dogs, however she seems calm when at kennels around dogs in her environment. A preferred home would be as the only girl. Cinders came into care with Storm but they are not a bonded pair of dogs. We ensure this girls life is now going to be a loving one where she can forget her past neglect and move forward with a caring human being.

Good Life Dog Rescue exists completely on a very small volunteer basis. We pay no wages and work very hard to help many stray and abandoned dogs. We welcome phone calls and emails to discuss any of our dogs. We are huge flag flyers for the Staffy breed and also help many senior dogs in very difficult emergency situations. Due to misconceptions and bad press rescue dogs are often overlooked and struggle to find a home. Please send details of yourself to show any interest. We welcome calls and visitors by appointments only. Please click on the adopt me button and fill in an application if you feel you are the special person to give Cinders the life she deserves.
We are dedicated to finding the right dog for adopters. It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs find a new start from Yorkshire stray kennels and actively visit the pounds every week. Anyone wishing to discuss any dogs or needing more information about our charity and any dogs needing homes then please telephone for an informal chat.
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