March 8, 2013 at 8:11 pm #64989sharon@rescueremediesMember
Tia, Rottweiler, DOB 09.05 – Addlestone, Surrey
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Homing Requirements: Tia needs a caring family who understand we’re so lucky to still have Tia. Tia has emerged from a poorly state with residual limitations in her back knees which no longer need operative intervention but carries residual discomfort which needs respecting hence no live in children and supervision around children as they could trigger pain. Tia also needs carpeted floor surfaces to prevent her slipping. Tia could live with another fluent dog or as an only dog. She is not for cats. She needs a moderate exercise regime with adult management as she can rarely get spooked by certain people/strangers outside, for reasons only known to Tia.
Her Story: Tia was rescued by a devoted owner but he succumbed to cancer at a very young age and was forced to give Tia up as he moved back with parents. Tia came to us as a sick dog and we have since had her spayed curing her chronic pyometra which was life-threatening. We have also operated on her back knee. Tia is now ready for her home, is on low dose anti inflammatories and needs a gentle life style to suit her age. Tia is vax’d, chipped and fostered with another dog in Addlestone, Surrey.
Advert: Tia Maria …yes she is sweet and addictive! Tia is an accomplished easy Rottie who needs an environment geared to her requirements which are a moderate exercise regime, quiet life style and freedom from active or kennelled holidays. If your mind set is older Rottie then her management will be well served. She is house trained, and can be left for up to 5 hour spells, she can sleep downstairs and doesn’t need access to furniture. Tia could live with another quieter fluent dog. Tia has the habit of a low growl when you are fussing her, which isn’t sinister and once her fosterers demonstrate, you can learn to be comfortable with her foibles. Tia can travel short distances in a car but needs support in and out to protect her knees. She can also be sick on longer car journeys.
Tia is a small 7 years old Rottie with an easy approachable disposition. She isn’t guardy over her house or food but a little, understandably, over her knees which has lessened as she has moved through into a pain free life. She mixes with dogs well. Meets people and children well but can get spooked and show concern very occasionally when out walking which again is lessening as time goes by. Tia would love a Rottie home to offer her shelter and comfort in her latter years.
Please visit Tia’s thread on our forum: http://rescueremedies.myfastforum.org/sutra105517.php#105517 to find out if she is still available and for fuller details.
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***PLEASE NOTE: This ad has been posted by Rescue Remedies Dog Rescue. We are a registered charity (No. 1139407) and our work involves finding unwanted dogs their life long homes. We currently have approx. 80 dogs under our wing. We usually ask for a minimum donation of £150 at the time of adoption, for each dog, to help us continue helping homeless dogs***.July 11, 2013 at 7:32 pm #89357sharon@rescueremediesMember
I just looked back over Tia’s thread and I just can’t believe how much she has changed since she arrived. Her face, the way she holds herself, her whole demeanour has completely changed. This relaxed and happy girl could be a completely different dog … feast your eyes!
With John her beloved fosterer daddy …
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“See you next time”!
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Tia is still available for adoption!
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