She is a wonderful, older girl who is dog and child friendly and has a good standard of basic training.
Pippa is house and lead trained, travels very well in the car and may be suitable for full time workers with a break in the middle of the day.
Whenever a dog comes into our care we ensure that they are with their foster carer for a minimum of 2 weeks before they are rehomed. This is because the majority of our dogs come from the council pounds with no previous history and we need this initial assessment period to see what sort of temperament and personality they have and their needs from a new home. Once this information has been submitted by the foster home we then look at the interest forms we have received in advance and try to make the closest match for the dog’s individual needs. We do not work on a first come first served basis and we do not reserve dogs in advance. Some dogs can have a lot of interest and we try to find the perfect home for each dog.
All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and microchipped prior to rehoming. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family.