Isla came into us from a local council having done her 7 days and not been claimed. She is a GSD cross Australian Kelpie we believe. Just 4 years old according to her microchip and the council have started her vaccinations and spay her before bringing her in.
It would appear she can be an escape artist as the old owner (who had not bothered to update the microchip) said he had a few calls of her being found. Fine with people but can be quite vocal and jumps up to start. No young children as we do not know her history.
Isla does not appear keen on other dogs but would not class her behaviour as overly aggressive so this could well be worked with in an experienced home. A no to cats due to her drive.
A super active young lady who would need a home that can give her the physical and mental stimulation she obviously needs, and could be super fun at something like agility. She can try to be very dominant of her people so will also need confident and experienced owners to keep her in line.
Poor Isla has been in kennels with us coming up for 3yrs now with no interest at all!
This lovely Gsd x is a fab girl who is walked by all our volunteers with no issues at all. Not keen on other dogs getting in her face but very happy to walk alongside other dogs on lead.
Isla has been lucky enough to have the odd sleepover at our volunteers homes and they all say the same thing, she is a pleasure to have. We appreciate this is only a very short stay and as we all know dogs will push boundaries once they have been there a week or two and yes, Isla has shown some dominance issues with the people in the home but nothing that an experienced owner couldn’t deal with and put right quite quickly.
We really don’t want this lovely lass to spend another year in kennels it just isn’t fair, she so deserves a home to call her own.
- Notts - KENNELS
- DOB 1.11.15
- Good with children:
- Good with other dogs:
- Good with cats: