One of our volunteers took Farrah out on a trip to the beach this week to see how she was around new things. She coped really well with a busy promenade, kids going past her on bikes and scooters, road works, the lot. She did grumble at the dogs she met who came into her space but she coped fine with them walking past her.
We feel Farrah now really needs to find her new home
Farrah is a very excitable young girl, with loads of energy but has had very little training. She is dog reactive however this is being worked on at the moment and a muzzle is being used and seems to be working.
She has been left to her own devices for most of her life, with no training or socialising been put in. She will require an experienced shepherd owner who is willing to put in some time and effort in to her training and with meeting people and other dogs when out walking. We hope that as she is still fairly young that good training will turn her around.
She's a No to dogs and any kids must be teenagers.
Farrah has shown Food aggression since coming into kennels, it is being worked on but is still an issue and new owner must be aware of this and leave her in peace whilst she is eating.