May I introduce Anya who has obviously had pups!
We were asked to take Anya in by the police after she was seized for her own safety. It appears she has never had a ‘normal’ upbringing in terms of training and socialisation and has been moved between family members. The last straw was when she jumped out of the flat window and grabbed a small dog (although she did not harm it) and later escaped again and nipped a person.
When she arrived at the kennels, we did not see any aggression or teeth, just a nervous young lady who needed to learn about being a dog.
A no to young children and will need a pet free home, this girl will need a calm but confident home to help her thrive and give her the time and training she needs.
Update: “Miss Madam, Anya, lovely dog, but will suffer no fools, firm kind commands, but don’t let her lead, will take the P—- if able. Sharp as a needle, extremely quick learner, likes to be busy, not good with other dogs, quite selective, tremendous appetite.”
In an active home with GSD experience, Anya will be a fun and lively addition.
- Cornwall - KENNELS
- DOB 28.8.18
- Good with children:
- Good with other dogs:
- Careful introduction
- Good with cats: