7 days ago i first saw Elsa in dogs trust and she was so scared she would barely approach you. Since then shes slept in our bed, eats very well (she is still underweight) met dogs,people,cars,trees, and wagged her tail for the first time today!! 💙🐶 #dogstrust#dogstrustkenilworth
#DogsTrustKenilworth : Keela came to us with very little information so may need training in some areas which may include housetraining.
Type of home needed
Keela is a lively, bouncy girl in need of an active home with new owners who will have the time to train and exercise her. She has also got a very nervous side so new owners will need to go slowly with her until she gains in confidence and a home with minimal visitors would be preferred. She could possibly live with a dog in her new home who can cope with her very lively play and after a sucessful meeting at the centre. She loves her food and toys which could be used as part of her on going training. Any time being left would need to be built up gradually leaving her with things to do to keep her occupied. New owners will need to be able to come to the centre twice a week over a period of time to complete her training before taking her home.
Despite Kaiser being deaf it doesn't stop him being a dog! He loves to play around with his best friend Luna and he is doing really well with learning sign language.
Both Kaiser and Luna are looking for homes, so if you like the look of either of them or know someone who might, get them to take a look at their profiles on the Dogs Trust Kenilworth website for more information.