Dog for Adoption

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Experienced family only
Abbie is a wonderful little dog who has everyone at the kennels cooing over her. You cannot help but fall in love with her when you meet her and she has a totally irresistibly cute overbite. Sadly her owner fell ill and could not care for her anymore. So here she is, hoping again to find her forever home.
Abbie is absolutely devoted to the people she loves, but can be choosy with new people and other dogs. She needs to find a home who is committed to helping with her social graces, as she can at times forget her manners. She is a sensitive little girl who needs real stability as she can find change difficult to deal with. She will likely never be the perfect dog, but she will always have a heart of gold and whoever decides to give her a chance and love her just as she is, for her wonderful smile and her endearing nature, will be truly blessed. When she finds her home, we know that she will bring a huge amount of happiness and be a very rewarding dog to have.
She is training with the team and has been improving a great deal, continuing with her socialisation and her basic training is essential for her. Abbie would probably prefer to have her family’s attention all to herself, she would do well as a single dog. Abbie is a fox terrier and her temperament and character traits are very much typical of her breed. A family with terrier experience would therefore be great, or a family prepared to learn about the fox terrier breed and work with her natural traits. Abbie has a heart murmur and is on medication for it. Love Underdogs would consider offering support to the right family for the medication she needs. If you can give this cute little madam a loving home, please get in touch via our online application form and a member of the team will be in touch.

Love Underdogs was set up by animal lovers who wanted to make the world a better place by helping and supporting some of the most unwanted, abused, neglected and voiceless dogs. They rehome many dogs from the Victory shelter in Brasov, Romania, whose lives had been nothing but pain and suffering. Love Underdogs use kennels in Essex but rehome across the UK.

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