May I introduce Ruby. Ruby came in with Rex from the pound having been picked up together as strays. Both have foreign microchips in which surprise, surprise are not registered! We believe Ruby is about 2 years old. Unknown if spayed but doubtful as we suspect she has been bred from. Vaccinations have been started.
Ruby has been in foster and has turned out to be a sweetheart with everything, children, dogs, cats, and horses. This is what foster mum has to say about her:
“Ruby is gorgeous. A cheeky bundle of fun. She loves playing with other dogs, girls and boys, big or small.
She walks nicely on the lead and loves a walk. She stays close by you and is super affectionate and loving.
Ruby is around 14-18 months old
Ruby would be fine with young children.
She is not a guard dog by any stretch and is quite a submissive shepherd. We haven’t haven’t heard her bark!
She likes the car and happily jumps in.
Ruby is brilliant with horses, livestock and other animals.
Ruby could be homed on her own or with another dog.”
Can you give Ruby a chance of a normal life please?
Ruby has been adopted.