To apply to rehome Judy please click on the ' Rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found. Judy is a sweet and affectionate girl, who loves being with people. She likes playing in the garden, chasing squeaky balls, but also loves to curl up and snooze or get a little gentle fuss once she gets to know you. She enjoys being out and about on walks, but she is sometimes wary of other dogs and can react to them - although she is improving all the time, especially if there are some treats to distract her! Judy is sure to bring joy and fun to whoever adopts her.
Type of home needed
Judy is seeking a fun and thrilling lifestyle where she can be given lots of opportunities to explore the exciting world around her. She will need her own secure garden with 6ft plus fencing as Judy has proven to be rather springy when she want to be. Judy will be happy to have visitors to her home, and will need time left alone to be built up gradually in a way that sets her up for success. Judy is looking to be the only pet in her home although she is currently in foster with her lifelong companion Liza. Judy and Liza are now seeking individual homes as their personalities have grown during foster and seperate needs have been discovered. When out walking, the girls both do better without each other in terms of their reactivity too. Children in the home will need to be of secondary school age and older.
More about me
Judy would like to live in an area where she will not have to see too many dogs out and about as this can cause her to be reactive. She has a keen interest in fast-moving objects and may be likely to chase wildlife and neighbourhood pets if allowed to. Judy has a good history of jumping into the car, although it is unknown whether she settles when on the move. Having a dog sitter or walker will be fine for Judy, as long as her reactivity when out and about is considered by anyone taking on resposibility for day to day tasks. Traffic as not phased Judy, and she has remained fully housetrained during her stay with our foster family.
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