Age:1-2 years old
Location:UK England, Nottingham

Tilly has been living in foster and is now ready for her forever family. She is looking for an active family to continue her training.

🐾Adopting or fostering a rescue dog isn’t something to take on lightly, they need full commitment a lot work and patience to allow them to blossom.

When Tilly arrived in the UK she was initially adopted but due to a change in her adopters circumstances and toilet accidents in the house she moved to her fosters house.

Once Tilly has built trust with you, she enjoys the company of people and will seek affection. Please remember she may not initially be like this in her new home and will need time to decompress.

She is nervous of new people and will jump up. Tilly can bark at strangers when she is unsure of them. Her new family will need to continue her training to prevent this.

Tilly sleeps well through the night, she is not crate trained as she is scared of the crate. She is toilet trained.

Tilly enjoys her walks and wears a collar, harness and lead when going out. She gets on well with other dogs and enjoys playing with them. Tilly tends to get on better with male dogs and can show some jealously towards female dogs.

Tilly currently lives alongside another dog, she is dominant and enjoys playing. She could be homed with or without another calm dog. Tilly exhibits food guarding behaviour and would need to be fed separately to any resident dogs.

Tilly lives with children and likes to be around them. She has given warning snaps when she was unsure, Tilly has not bitten. For this reason, we recommend children over the age of 12 and dog savvy who can give her space whilst she adjusts to her new environment.

Tilly cannot live with cats, she tries to chase them when out on walks.

Tilly sleeps well over night and can be left alone for up to three hours during the day providing that she has had enough exercise. If she hasn’t had enough physical activity she will bark and can be destructive. She is still nervous and will need patience building up alone time.

Tilly can get car sick and can tolerate small journeys. Her current fosters may be able to help transporting Tilly to her new home.

She is up to date with vaccines and flea/worming treatment.

Have you got space in your home and heart for this lovely girl?

We strongly advise slow, sensible and supervised introductions with pets, other family members and visitors initially.

⭐️ All applicants must pass a home check ⭐️

If you’d like to help me, please make a note of my code, shown below my photo and send an email to with a short note about you, your family and why you think you’d be a good match – if you are approved, you will be sent a link to apply and we will book in your homecheck.

We would prefer applicants within a 2 hour journey, although we may be able to consider applicants up to 3 hours away

✅ Vaccinated (read more about vaccinations here)

✅ Microchipped


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