Tiny

Dog for Adoption

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Unfortunately, we have rehomed Tiny before and in the home, she gets very attached to one person (usually the female) and gets nippy with everyone else. Tiny will need owners who are prepared to work through these issues with her and get to know her over an extensive period of time here at the sanctuary before being able to take her home. She will also benefit from training in the home to help her build her confidence. It will be important for new owners not to rush her into situations she can’t cope with, but instead gently desensitise her to the things she finds worrying. Once Tiny starts to gain confidence and gets to know you she loves to have lots of attention and cuddles.

Because of her nervous nature Tiny needs an adult only home with no children or visiting children. She could potentially live with another male dog, but this would need to be a slow introduction over several visits here at the sanctuary.

Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary has provided and continues to provide hundreds of abandoned animals with a second chance. At any one time the Sanctuary can be looking after several hundred animals. At present on site they have over 60 dogs, 90 cats and kittens plus a number of rabbits and guinea pigs.


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