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Could you help our Shepherds bloom?

Say hello to Jay, Naja and Lisa - three very beautiful German Shepherds (GSD) who are searching for their someone special and hoping their fur-ever home comes and picks them out of the bunch this spring.

Like some of our most precious flowers, these three need a little extra time to grow and a little extra attention to blossom to their full potential.

Stunning Jay is eighteen-months-old. To truly bloom he will need calm, patient owners with either GSD or large-breed experience. Given plenty of time, he soon becomes good friends and is an affectionate boy who enjoys a gentle fuss. He has been working very hard on his training and has proved to be a very clever boy! He has a lot of potential and will thrive in a quiet rural home with patient owners who can be around for most of the day to start and build up the time left. Jay must be the only pet in the home and is looking for an adult only home with limited visitors.

Seven-year-old Lisa enjoys playing with her toys and will engage with a game of fetch with you, she also likes a tasty treat or two!  To help Lisa blossom, she is looking for new owners who can give her the time to settle in and build a relationship with you – but  once she does you have a true friend for life! Lisa will need some ongoing training in her home, she is a bright girl who enjoys her training sessions. Lisa would like to be the only pet in her new home and walk in quieter areas. She could potentially live with children aged 16 years and over. Lisa is a gorgeous girl and will be a loving companion given the time to settle in and adjust to her new home.

Naja is eight-years-old and is just the sweetest pooch! She adores people and she can be a very affectionate girl given some time to build up a friendship with you. She is an easy-going girl but does get very worried by new environments so will need patient owners who can help her adjust and settle. Naja would truly bloom in a quieter home where she can settle at her own pace. She has good basic training but would enjoy learning more in her new home as she settles. She is strong on lead so new owners will need to work on this. Naja enjoys the company of other dogs but prefers smaller dogs. She could potentially live with children 11 years and over who are happy to help her settle in.


If you think you could help one of these gorgeous hounds blossom to their true potential then please get in touch.