|Age:||1 years old|
Lilly-Bear’s favourite things are belly rubs, sleeping and food. Lilly-bear also likes to explore new places and sniff around. Lilly-Bear loves her crate and will often chill in there. Lilly-Bear loves playing with her toys especially ones that squeak loud. Lilly-Bear enjoys relaxing in the garden as she likes to watch planes fly over and if its windy, she likes to watch the trees move. Lilly-Bear has attended dog swimming classes. Lilly-Bear hates the hoover.
Lilly-Bear has progressed well with trusting people since arriving to the UK and allows people to give her little strokes. However, once she has built trust with you she is very affectionate and loving. Due to her unpredictability, Lilly-Bear is looking for an experienced, adult only home.
Lilly-Bear can be still wary and unsure of strangers and can bark at them but she now stops this within seconds. Whereas when she first arrived she would growl and snap at any new person for a long time. Lilly-Bear sometimes can still snap if there are any sudden movements but is showing huge improvements with this!!
Lilly-Bear shows guarding behaviours around her toys and food especially with chews and pig ears.
Lilly-Bear can play well with the few dogs she knows. Lilly-Bear can be unsure when dogs approach her but after she has had a sniff, she seems content. Lilly-Bear usually ignores dogs on walks even if they bark at her. Lilly-Bear could possibly share her home with a resident dog with careful, supervised and gradual introductions. Lilly-Bear would have to be fed separately at all times.
Lilly-Bear would prefer a cat free home.
Lilly-Bear wears a collar, harness and lead with no issues. Lilly-Bear enjoys her walks and generally walks well. Her current home use “close” as her heel word and walk her on the right on a slip lead. Lilly-Bear can sometimes pull if she gets spooked by a loud noise.
Fostering a rescue dog is not something to take on lightly, they need full commitment and a lot of work and patience to allow them to blossom. There may be many challenges to overcome so please ensure full commitment before applying.
Lilly-Bear is fully toilet trained. Lilly Bear is crate trained. Lilly-Bear 99% of the time sleeps well overnight in her crate with no issues. However she was known to bark during the night if there was a loud noise. To overcome this her current home play the radio quietly overnight. Lilly Bear has shown some destructive behaviours such as digging and she used to chew remotes. Lilly-Bear can be left for up to 8 hours maximum with no issues as long as she is left in her crate.
Lilly-Bear travels well in the car. Lilly-Bear’s current home may be able to assist with travel.
Lilly-Bear will need boundaries and training in her new home.
Lilly-Bear will need full decompression when she first arrives to her new home.
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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)
Lifetime rescue backup provided.