Rehoming 7 year old female

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Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Annie14 » Tue Jul 15, 2014 2:07 pm

Hello everyone

It breaks my heart after 7 long years but my dog Tia needs are far greater than mine!
I am not sure where I can start hopefully the forum can provide some help here. I have contacted the breeder at Blugstag and they are being helpful in trying to find a suitable owner for Tia.

Reason we are having to give her up is she can’t cope being alone very long we have a dog walker and it’s not enough, she gets very upset over heated and starts to destroy as a consequence not her fault she just can’t cope. So after 7 years of arguing about what best for Tia the ‘other half’ has finally given in and sees this cannot continue for Tia’s sake.

She needs a home where they are at home most of the time, retired maybe, she would be good on a farm she like lots of land and loves to roam and explore. She is the perfect pet she’s trained up to silver in kennel club, vaccinated and healthy. Tia is very intelligent, loving and very pretty everything you expect from her breed and I want only the best home for her wherever that may be.

If anyone can help I would be grateful as the longer we have her, the more upset she gets and I just want her to be happy. If I could quit my job I would but I can’t and I work 45 miles away and my partner over 80 miles. For the record when we got Tia we worked locally but things change and Tia has never adapted well to this not matter what we have tried which is pretty much everything.

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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Hawthorne » Tue Jul 15, 2014 5:51 pm

Aw, she's a pretty girl. Good luck finding her a home.
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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by HiTenshi16 » Tue Jul 15, 2014 7:39 pm

Where are you located? What is her registered name? Is she intact or spayed?

I'm so sorry you have to go through this, will put her information on the Tamaskan Rescue page once I'm off work if one of the other admins have not yet done so.
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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Tatzel » Wed Jul 16, 2014 10:38 am

Also please don't try to get her rehomed via Blustag. They have rehomed Bear before and did an awful job at finding a suitable place for him :(
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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Booma » Wed Jul 16, 2014 10:46 am

They will probably charge the new owners an adoption fee too :s
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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Annie14 » Wed Jul 16, 2014 11:12 am

Thanks for your advice and kind words

answers to your questions
Where are you located? Kent UK
What is her registered name? Firefly@Bulstag
Is she intact or spayed? Spayed

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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Booma » Wed Jul 16, 2014 11:56 am

Ok, so

Tia (blustag firefly) - tumanra x dingo
7 yrs
Located in Kent
Female, spayed
Needs someone home often, as she has SA

UTD with vaccs?
Dog friendly?
People friendly?
Kid friendly?
Small animal (cats, rabbits etc) friendly?
The more info you give, the better the chances of finding her the right home.
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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Annie14 » Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:41 pm

UTD with vaccs? Yes all uo to date will need more if she is going overseas
Dog friendly? Yes dog walker take Tia and 4 others everyday
People friendly? Mostly once she gets to know you! Shes not a teddy bear just give her time and space she will warm very quickly does not like overcrowding....what dog does?
Kid friendly? under 10 I would say no, teenagers all ok
Small animal (cats, rabbits etc) friendly? Cats yes she may try and chase but ts just play we had one before when we got Tia, any other small pets is regarded as a light snack.
The more info you give, the better the chances of finding her the right home.

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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Annie14 » Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:46 pm

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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Annie14 » Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:48 pm

Tia off the lead, so beautiful i wish i could quit my job!!!! :(
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Re: Rehoming 7 year old female

Post by Sylvaen » Mon Dec 15, 2014 8:54 pm

Did you have any luck finding a new home for Tia?
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