Heartbroken hound hoping for a second chance at happiness in 2016
Dogs Trust West Calder is currently looking for a happy new home for homeless hound Heidi, a German Shepherd / Alsatian cross, who has recently returned to the centre at Bentyhead after a change in her owner’s circumstances.
A very loyal lady, nine year old Heidi is heartbroken at being away from her previous owner, and is hoping a new family whom she can adore will find her soon. Loving nothing more than being fussed over and snuggling on the sofa, Heidi will make a wonderful companion for an individual or a family with children aged fourteen and above.
Although she loves human attention, Heidi isn’t as keen on four-legged friends so would best suit a new home with lots of land, or a big secure garden where she can run until her heart is content, away from other dogs.
Stephen Thomson, Rehomer at Dogs Trust West Calder says:
“Heidi is a really lovely dog, and it is such a shame to see her back with us through no fault of her own. She is a hound that really takes things to heart, and the last time she was here, despite our best efforts, she was very sad and didn’t show her wonderful self off to prospective families. We would encourage anyone looking for a new companion to ask to meet Heidi as she will make the most fantastic addition to the right home.”
Heidi travels well in the car, and is happy to be left for a few hours each day, as long as her new owners are prepared for lots of fuss and cuddles when they return.
If you can offer heart-broken Heidi a second chance at happiness, please contact Dogs Trust West Calder on 0300 303 0292.