Sweet Girl Stella ⭐️
Mixed Breed Female Dog 🐶
Meet Stella, who was very lucky to find rescue from a country pound.
She is a very chilled gentle girl 💕
Stella came to us with limp – favouring her front leg 😞
It’s doesn’t seem to bother her but after full examination, it is her back leg , so at a later day she may need ACL surgery ( which we – AINB – will cover) 💰
So for now, it’s good diet & supplements.
Stella is a water baby so swimming will be fantastic for her ❣️
Low-set home is required.
She seems to be fine with the resident cat 🐈⬛
From her carer :
Stella (aka sweet girl or your majesty) is around five years old. She has lovely manners, and knows sit, wait, paw, and come round (turn around and stand on your left when out for a walk). She is a very relaxed lady, happy to go for a nice walk with you each day before snuggling in to sleep the day away. She’s also quite independent – she will come to you for a cuddle but is also happy to be on her own. She can be left home alone for up to nine hours and doesn’t show signs of separation anxiety. She is house trained and won’t jump on furniture unless invited up.
But don’t let her calm demeanor fool you, she is one sassy girl and will talk back to you of you are running late with her dinner, or to let you know she needs to go outside or for a walk. Her cutest quirk is her little whine whenever she yawns, and her soft purr whenever she’s asleep.
She is learning better manners when walking and walks loose leash with a front clip harness on. We have been practicing the command come round whenever changing direction to correct pulling and ensure she walks on your left. She does get excited when seeing other dogs walking, so would do best with a slow reintroduction to socialising as she forgets her size and can be quite vocal and boisterous.
Not available for interstate adoption
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