Harper is a lovely lady who came to us after sadly finding herself homeless in the stray kennels at Christmas! Judging by the scars on her body, she has had a tough life up to now, and is hoping that the new year will bring her a fresh start and a loving new home. Harper is very much a 'people person'; she loves to be around human company and is content with pottering and exploring new surroundings. She would prefer a home where she isn't left alone for long day. She gets on with other dogs, but can be initially a little cautious of them, and tends to prefer larger dogs of her own size. Harper would make a wonderful companion, have you got a lurchery shaped space on your settee? GOOD WITH DOGS – Possibly, with steady introductions GOOD WITH CATS – No cats, or small furries. GOOD WITH CHILDREN – Older children who are respectful of dogs Harper has an adoption fee of £220 which includes; health check with a vet, neutering, vaccinations, microchipping, flea and worming, collar, lead and personalised Red Dingo ID Tag as well as 4 weeks free insurance with PetPlan. PLUS all Rain Rescue dogs now come with a free copy of Here To Stay : Training Your Rescue Dog by Lily Clark RRP £14.99.
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