We were contacted for help by the landlady of where Katie (then named Cash) lived in April 2019, the message was that her owner was planning on abandoning her outside a police station! Her owner’s mother had taken her in but couldn’t keep her and if she wasn’t collected soon that would be her fate.. so we went to collect her from Birmingham the next day.
We had been told that her owner was involved with drugs and was staying at a friend’s property which was a very chaotic environment with lots of different people coming and going all day. Because of this she is very friendly towards people and was happy to come with us with very little persuasion.
Katie wasn’t up to date with her vaccinations or flea and worm treatment, she also hadn’t been spayed or microchipped and she had no lead or collar.
She has a wonderfully sweet and gentle temperament and needed some help to adjust to a new life when she got here. She arrived very overweight from being over fed in an attempt to keep her quiet when she was desperately bored and soon began to gain fitness with her daily walks.
She hit so many milestones here including learning how to play for the first time, and went on to move in with a family who have another shepherd dog and live in a picturesque seaside town!
Pop back soon to see the compilation video and more details about her journey to a forever home
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