Eliza – 3-year old Pomeranian

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Name: Eliza

Age: 3 Years 

Breed: Pomeranian

Can I live with Children?:Not tested

Can I live with cats?: Yes

Can I live with other dogs?: Yes, a must

Fostered In: Rhondda, South Wales

Eliza is a 3-year old Pomeranian who is being fostered in RCT South Wales. Eliza makes a big fuss and gets excited when you return after going out. She loves to get on the settee or bed and roll on her back with her legs in the air. She sits on her hind legs and wave her front paws at you which is very cute! 

People – Eliza is fine with adults once she gets to know them but is nervous around new people. She does not live with children at the moment but should be ok with older, sensible children. Eliza loves to be cuddled and fussed.

Dogs –   When she first came in to foster she was reactive with the resident dogs. Over time she has improved with the smaller dogs but is still wary of larger breeds. Eliza will only be rehomed where there is another small dog in residence.

Cats – Eliza tends to ignore cats

In the home – Eliza can be left for up to 3 hours with no issues.  Eliza sleeps in a crate at night in the bedroom and is very good with no disturbances. Eliza is house trained. She loves to sit by you, and was absolutely fascinated by the telly for a while but she seems to have got used to it now.

Out and about – Eliza is new to walking on a lead and is very nervous. She tends to shy away from any people she meets. Eliza does not travel very well in the car and does suffer from car sickness.

Type of home – Eliza needs a quiet home with someone around a good part of the day. Eliza will need to be with someone experienced with dogs. Patience will be needed to allow Eliza to develop in her own time. We think she should be with another small dog of a similar age.  

Please remember, if you have a dog and it is not neutered, it is against our policies to re-home a dog with you.

Eliza is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in Rhondda, South Wales

Click here for adoption form

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