5 Year Old Female
Little Ruby came to us after being sold on to a home unable to meet her needs, she is a lovely little lady who would prefer a quieter home without children. She is fine with older teenagers who will respect her space and
Treat her gently. She loves a cuddle and really is a sweet little girl.
She is not good with large dogs so would be best either with another similar sized dog or she could potentially be re homed as an only dog, Ruby is very respectful to other dogs in foster. She loves a comfy sofa and a warm lap for lots of cuddles. Ruby enjoys her walks and warms very quickly to new people, a really social affectionate girl.
We do not know if Ruby has ever lived with cats but she is quickly getting used to them, a confident cat would be fine with her. She has been clean in the house and travels well in the car, she can sometimes be a little vocal and prefers to be able to see her driver a car harness would be fab for Ruby to travel.
She will need new owners who are around for a good part of the day and who are able to ensure she has a nice walk. Ruby has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and is up to date with flea and worming treatment. She is currently being foster in Guildford Surrey. For further details regarding dogs available from Pro Dogs Direct please email [email removed] or visit our website www.prodogsdirect.org.uk and complete an online application form. (Please note application form not IPad or phone compatible). Home checks and set donation apply
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