Tara is a true bundle of fun waiting to find a place under the 🌞
She was found with her sister on the street in a busy part of town.
Fortunately both were taken to safety and after living in a flat for months, their rescuer had to place them in a boarding house where they were having a lot of fun.
But because paying foster care is not always possible, once the circumstances had allowed it- Tara was moved to the shelter where she's been living ever since.
Updates on Tara :
Currently in Cambridgeshire, UK. 🇬🇧
✔️2.5 year old
➡️She is a lovely playful dog who enjoys playing with her Kong when is full of tasty food and enjoys playing with socks and some stuffed toys for dogs. She loves to find a place to hide them.
🦮She enjoys long walks, treats and tummy scratches. Tara is super happy having some time sleeping on a comfortable place such as her bed, the sofa or over you.
🐾Most of the time she's OK with other dogs as long as they aren't reactive. Would be better off as an only dog as she is very affectionate and an attention seeker- so not being the star of the show would make her unhappy
🚕She is not a fan of been in a car journey but if she is seating near you and you stroke her to reassure her she feels more safe and is OK.
🏡She's fine to be left alone for some hours and she's toilet trained. We only had one accident. She needs at least morning and evening walks everyday.
🤷♀️ She's not very keen to meet new people but, if they approach her with caution and some treats and leave her to smell their hands then she is OK. She's very timid with new people. Once she meet them once or twice she's more happy to be with them. There are people who she feels very frightened of, maybe they approached her to suddenly and make her feel uneasy with them.
📣so far has been good in general with noises such as cars ( apart from when they are passing by in a high speed and are very loud), wash mashine, tv, vacuum cleaner etc
Whilst in the shelter:
Lives in a pen, in the shelter, where she spends time with another dog
Accustomed to living in a flat ( as she used to live there) but not entirely toilet trained so a bit of guidance is needed in the beginning
not cat tested
Friendly with other dogs and is accustomed having them in her surroundings but when it comes to sharing her human with other dogs, issues may arise as she is showing possessiveness over her human and dominance over other dogs so is preferable to be an only dog in the household or with a very chilled and docile dog.
enjoys in human contact and is an attention seeker-she is good with unfamiliar people and not bothered by their presence, in fact she enjoys being in a limelight
Shows great loyalty and is very affectionate, adores humans and their presence
lives in a shelter where she meets dogs on a daily basis and interacts with them. She is somewhat active dog so longer walks would suit her perfectly <3
walks on a lead and enjoys going in walks, although since placed in shelter she doesn't get any but is let to roam freely throughout the shelter
healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed
How do you adopt Tara?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Tara’s transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.
The costs are typically €550 in total, depending on where you are located.
We used to be able to charge a little less but unfortunately, due to brexit, the costs of passports, documentation and travel have been increased by our suppliers.
To apply for TARA please fill in our adoption questionnaire.