Not available for interstate adoption
Medium Female Irish Wolfhound Mix Dog
- Rescue group:
- Tiki Animal Rescue
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Evie is a sweet 10 month old wolfhound x who has been let down by her past owners, and has become very shy/timid when meeting new people (but we are making progress with getting her past this).
Evie will need a home with someone willing to be extremely patient while she learns the world is not as bad as she once believed.
Once Evie has settled in she will show you how playful and goofy she can be. She needs a home with another medium to large breed dog who she can play with all day. She is also happy to be out in the yard but must be allowed inside when people are home have some time on the couch(or bed).
Evies new home could be a family(with older kids), couple or even a single female, as her trust has been broken by males she will need extra time to trust any male in the household.
Evie is cat friendly and pocket pet friendly.
Evie is suitable to a home with full time workers AS LONG as there is another in the household with her for company. She doesn't cope being an only dog as she uses them for a sense of security with introducing herself to new people and environments.
Standard 5ft or over fencing is suitable for Evie. Free from gaps and holes also. She isn't one to show an inclination to dig or climb out of a yard. So with access to somewhere comfortable to sit, she is easy to manage when at work.
Evie is located in the Newcastle NSW region and her Adoption fee is $350.
In the ENQUIRY SECTION please explain in LENGTH some basics about yourself/ your life/ your household and what type of life you can provide for one of our rescue animals.
If successful, you would be contacted by phone, where we will talk about your enquiry and potentially organise a meet and greet between you/ your dogs/ your family and the potential candidate
From there, you can either take your animal with you if the meet and greet was successful and their vet work has been completed- or if the vet work hasn't been completed, you must wait until it's finished before taking your new friend home which will be organised between yourself and the foster carer.
Every animal has a 2 week trial period.