Shrutti Status: Available

ID: 33531

Name: Shrutti

Breed: Cross Breed

Age: 1 Year

Gender: Female

Adoption Fee: See below

Location: In Foster in
Ruislip, Middlesex

If you are interested in adopting a dog that does not say it can be homed with a cat and wish us to cat test please let us know and we will be happy to do this.

15-04-2022 Shrutti was rescued along with her puppies from a gypsy area in Romania.  She is extremely scared and nervous and terrified of the lead so this is going to take time and patience and we will begin to work with her to overcome this fear while she is with us.  Shrutti will definitely need at least one other dog in her new home to help her confidence and her adopters must be experienced and have endless time and patience to help her. We are looking for an adult only home which is calm and quiet and in time she will start to trust but her adopters really must have the time, love and patience to help her become a happy little dog.  Once you have earnt her trust she will become a truly wonderful and happy little girl.  Shrutti has a passport and a clear brucella test.

19-05-22 UPDATE
Shrutti has come on leaps and bounds in confidence since she arrived here and is no longer the ‘extremely scared and nervous’ little girl she once was! She’s been on my section for the majority of the time she’s been here and it’s been an absolute pleasure to watch her blossom and come out of her shell. She will happily approach me with a waggy tail now and she’s just starting to enjoy having a little fuss under her ear. She is still hand shy though so any sudden movements do make her flinch and back off. She will get there eventually, I think it will just take a little while.
She is still the most nervous out of her kennel friends, but they’ve most definitely helped her with her confidence and shown her that humans actually aren’t bad people. She’s watched them get all excited and waggy with me and jump up for fusses, and she’s taken note. Because of this, she will still need to be homed with a kind and confident resident dog who will show her the world for its beauty and not it’s horror. She’ll need to learn the basics such as house training and lead walking, but all of these things will come so much faster having a resident dog to show her the ropes.
Shrutti would like a home with no children as this would be too much for her, and with humans who will be nothing but understanding and patient with her. She’s never been in a home before so everything will be brand new for her, so her humans will need to respect this and not force her to do anything she’s not ready for. She will need gentle guidance and reassurance when she’s leaning new things, and a whole lot of love and kindness. 

20-06-22 UPDATE
Shrutti has been with me a week. She is nervous of us but making sure and steady progress. You can tell that she is desperate to be loved, but will back away when approached, often changing her mind and coming back for a stroke bless her. She loves the sofa and her nice cosy bed.
Shrutti met my dogs well, she loves my other little foster. She will definitely need a dog or two in her new home. This clever girl has had hardly any accidents in the house and sleeps quietly and cleanly downstairs in a crate. She is is always so pleased to see me in the morning, dancing around and coming for a fuss.
I have started teaching Shrutti how to walk on a lead and she is a reluctant student! I’m sure when she realises it’s not as scary as she thinks she will enjoy walking as she is active and curious.
Shrutti needs kind and patient owners who will teach her that humans are kind. She has known hardship and fear and it will take her a while to realise that she is now safe and loved. I hope this special girl finds her family soon, she so deserves it. 

 If your application is successful you will be home checked and you, all members of your family and any dog(s) who will be living with the dog MUST come to meet the dog you want to adopt. All our dogs are micro-chipped, have had at least their first inoculation and are spayed/neutered unless there is a medical reason for not doing so. You must have a safe means of transporting the dog home in a crate or if this is not possible please discuss with Many Tears or the Fosterer when your application is being processed.


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