Pip would thrive in a home that is quiet and rural, with a secure garden for her to freely roam around in away from any hustle and bustle. Pip does have a sensitive side and is worried by traffic and close handling so a home without any roads nearby is a must to help Pip settle in. She is still a joy to be around and has bags of energy to give her new family. She hasn't experienced being in a home before so patient owners who are willing to invest the time into Pip and go at Pip's pace would be beneficial. Pip thrives being around other dogs and they really help with her confidence so in her new home she must live with another dog or 2 but the more dogs the merrier!
Type of home needed
Pip is 2 years old and must live with at least one other dog in her new home and no cats or other animals. She gains a lot of confidence from being in the company of other canine companions, so would be best suited to a home that can provide this for her. She must live with adults only (aged 18 and over). Pip is hoping to find a rural home away from any roads. She will need patient and understanding owners who are willing to offer her the support she needs transitioning into a home.
More about me
Pip needs time to get to know her new family before she can go home. According to current government guidelines we can start the rehoming process remotely with Zoom and may also organise meets at the rehoming centre. If you are interested in applying to adopt Pip, click on the 'Rehoming me starts here' button below. Pip will be removed from the website when we have identified a potential match. If a suitable home isn't found, we will repost her profile on the website.
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