It’s with a heavy heart that our beautiful Skye has to be rehomed, Skye lives with three other dogs but needs to be the only dog as she is struggling with our German Shepard, Skye is 2 years old she’s not spade, Iv had Skye since a pup and this is heart breaking but being with other dogs means that Skye has tendencies to start arguments here so she gets attention, she craves attention and just wants to sit on your lap and be cuddled she can’t get close enough, Skye would be perfect for a home that has someone home all the time as this is what she is used to, she’s also grown up with my young daughter and older son so is great with kids, Skye has ignored small furries but doesn’t like cats, Skye isn’t demanding in walks, but she is higher maintenance on grooming but will need someone who is willing to be patient as she isn’t a fan of any part of being groomed, skye is the perfect dog when she’s on her own she’s keen to learn, listen and be your shadow.
Skye is house and crate trained, she can be left for a few hours.
Skyes only other down fall is her love for socks she is a thief but she will eat them if not gotten off her quick enough.
Skye may have issues with wanting attention and stealing socks but don’t let this put you off.
Anyone wanting to view Skye will have to give her time to come to you she will bark but this is because she is nervous this is also made worse because our German Shepard is incredibly nervous.
A professional has also agreed that it’s best Skye is in an only dog home because her want for the only attention is high and because any negative behaviour from the other three makes Skye incredibly nervous and it’s just not fair on her anymore. She’s more nervous of men so needs any man to willing to accept it will take time, she adores my son and husband, she was wary of my father in law but now adores him she has no reason to be like this it’s just her insecurities.
So if your at home most of the day and have no other dogs or cats an want to give my beautiful baby a home then please get in touch She will be incredibly missed but we have to do what’s best for her and our other dogs
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