To apply to rehome Megan, please click on the 'Rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found. Megan is a soppy, gorgeous girl full of character. She can be shy to start, but with a slow and steady approach she soon learns to trust new people (and asks for lots of fuss!). Toys, food and fun games are three excellent ways to make friends with Megan; She isn't fussy when it comes to her treats but does enjoy them best when given in a puzzle feeder or Kong. If Megan isn't leaning into her favourite people enjoying a fuss, she is usually out exploring the paddock or having playtime with her doggy pals.
Type of home needed
Megan is seeking a medium amount of physical exercise, and MUST have a calm and quiet, very rural home with little going on around her. She will need her own garden, and would like there to be minimal visitors to the home; Megan is a very sweet girl once she gets to know you, but does require her own time and space when it comes to making new friends. As she will require several meets and ongoing behavioural support, we are looking to rehome Megan local to the Centre, ideally no further than a 1 hour drive from WR11 7RT. Megan settles nicely when left to her own devices and will be able to be left for a few hours at a time in her new home. She is looking to be the only pet in an adult-only home.
More about me
Megan does enjoy spending time with other dogs out and about, but equally needs her own time to herself and would therefore need there to be none in her home. Megan has been more comfortable around female humans here at the Centre, so introductions to male members of a potential family could take longer. Since arriving in our care, Megan has made a huge amount of progress in several areas and we are confident that she will continue to thrive in her forever home. She is yet to form a positive association to car and travelling, and it is likely that Megan may never be entirely happy to jump into the car for new adventures. Having a dog sitter or walker may be a little too much for Megan to cope with, as she makes tighter bonds with a select few people rather than being everyone's pooch. Traffic and loud noises worry Megan meaning she requires a rurally located home away from roads and other areas of hustle and bustle.
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