This is nelly I need to rehome her sadly, I just cannot cope with her anymore I love her unconditionally but my mental health is getting the better of me she needs someone who can love her as much as I do, she's just gone one loves her walks and loves to play fetch she loves giving cuddles also, she can be at times unpredictable when it comes to other dogs but I'm told with training and socialising will get out of it. She's micro chipped up to date with all injections and not been spade as I was planning on letting her be a mom once.
She is fully vaccinated, house trained and has routing vet checks and it up to date with fle and wormer
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