In kennels South Wales
22 month old Diana is one of the cuddliest sweethearts we have ever had the pleasure to rescue – she truly has the heart of a lion – a big heart and she is so incredibly loyal. Diana is the very definition of gorgeousness and is just waiting to be your most loyal loving companion. If you would like a dog that simply melts into cuddles and likes to lean into you for more and more love, then Diana is the girl for you! <3 <3
Diana is named after Goddess Diana, the eternal Mother of all creation; the beating heart of the forests and the animal spirit within, encouraging us to return to nature with her; run, roll in the grass or paddle in a stream just as we did as children – using Animal Communication, Diana has actually chosen her own name to mark her fresh start with a fresh name. Around 30kg, and raw fed, Diana loves the beach, rivers and mountain forests of South Wales – she loves to romp and play and can easily cope with long hikes in the countryside if that is something her new family enjoys.
Diana was originally found with a serious head injury to the back of the head, possibly after being hit by a car or even a deliberate beating, we will never know. Although the physical scars of this trauma have since healed, Diana’s prospective adopter needs to be aware that she needs a little bit more protection than usual, as although Diana is a very well balanced young lady, there may well be some emotional trauma from that head injury in certain situations.
Adopter must live within reach of our base in South Wales for homechecking and follow up purposes.
If interested in giving Diana her dream life, please contact us for more information or phone 01495 243148.
Adoption Donation of £200.
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** We are just a very small team here in the UK, so we are currently only able to consider adopters from Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and South Wales due to the practicalities of journey times for post-adoption back-up and support. We apologise if this leads to disappointment, however we have found through experience that more local adoptions do not overstretch our limited resources. Thank you for your understanding!