10 April 2020


By Celeste Rendall
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Name: Bella

Age: 6 years old.

Breed: shih tzu x poodle

Fostered in: South Wales

Health Issues: Slight ear infection on arrival.

Bella is a very sweet girl ,very affectionate, loves to play, relaxed with other dogs, enjoys food ,would be good with or without children, Bella loves to be around people, so would be best not left for long times, would be good with or without other dogs, Bella would thrive in a home that has a good balance of attention on her, Bella likes walks, and is friendly ,this could do with some work, she is house trained but has a few accidents this is rare, this sweet little girl deserves to be adored for the rest of her life, what you give this little one, you will get back and so much more.

People: Bella loves being touched, she enjoys being groomed, bathed and is good when cutting.

Can live with children: Bella likes children, so children over six who will respect Bella while she is learning and adjusting to her new family.

Can live with cats: Not cat tested

Can live with dogs: Bella is living with 5 other dogs in her foster home, we would consider rehoming her to a home without dogs.

In the home: Bella isn’t food aggressive, travels well with her bed and safety click, Bella loves playing with toys and other dogs. She likes to sleep in many places, dog beds,sofa,and on the human bed. Bella would like a home with someone home most of the day as she loves human contact.

Out and about: Bella travels well in the car, she is good with other people, walking is a work in progress, Bella has a good recall while using a training lead but has not been let off yet.

Type of home: Bella would suit a home that has lots of time and love to share, she is such an affectionate girl, loving as much human contact as possible. She would suit someone who is home most of the day and has time take her on daily walks.

Bella is fully vaccinated and up to date with flea and worming treatment, she has not been neutered yet due to the Covid-19 restrictions within our vets, this will be done once restrictions are lifted.

Potential adopters would be expected to travel to South Wales to meet her.