Meet Nala she is 9weeks old puppy her mum was English mastiff and so was her dad.
Due to our circumstances changing we can’t keep her. We truly fell in love with her. we have decided that it’s best if we find her a home sooner rather than later as we don’t want her to form a massive bound with us when will have to break it for her new family and we don’t have the heart to do that to her so we have decided to find her a new home which will show her the same amount of love that we show her. That will make her part of their family.
She is fully jabbed and chipped and she will be coming with her cage her bed her blankets also her food, puppy matts and all her toys/ teddy and her matching collar and lead also her water bowls and food bowls. Nala is great with people children and other dogs from what we have seen.
Due to having a friends German shepherd for 2 days and she loved him and playing with him. She is friendly and full of bubbly energy. Also she sleeps a lot like a normal puppy. She is bouncy sometimes and has no fear. She hasn’t found her love for stairs yet. She is getting really good at only going to the loo on the puppy pads.
She enjoys a bath not scared of water at all. We’ve stopped her from chewing our wooden furniture which she is totally okay about. Also she can be very nibblely to clothing which we tell her no and she listens and we distract her with her toys and reward the good listening. We settle her with music at night which is from YouTube works wonder she cry’s for about five mins but then self soothes and she sleeps till around 6/7.
If you think you can give this loving beautiful pup a lovely home where she can be looked after and brought up as part of the family please do get in contact.
Either email or please text and I’ll set a phone call thank you.
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