Hope is new to Homeless Hounds and this amazing girl has gone straight into foster with one of our amazing volunteers. She is also living there with Mila the Malinois.
Hope is a beautiful large 18 month old crossbreed girl who has a lot of love to give a lucky owner.
When she came into Homeless Hounds she was very timid and had found kennels a frightening and daunting place. However after a few days in a lovely foster home, Hope soon came round and was asking for human contact and affection. Hope is very dog friendly and is currently living along side other dogs in her foster home without any issues whatsoever.
Hope can be a little shy when first meeting new people but if left to her own devices will soon come up to new people to seek attention. She is very good in the house, is fully housetrained and her favourite hobby is to have a good nosey out of the window! Hope knows some basic commands and will be very easy to train because she will do anything for food!
She loves attention and seems to have learned that jumping up at her human is the way to get it! Hope’s fosterer is currently training her out of this habit. However until she learns to stay on her four paws, she is not suitable for rehoming in a household where there are either small children or anyone with mobility problems.
To adopt Hope, please complete our adoption application form. We welcome applications from across Lancashire but unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from further afield. Homeless Hounds cannot rehome dogs to families with children under the age of 5. Home check and adoption donation applies.