At just 43cm tall from floor to top of head and weighing just 10kg, little Viki is an adorable tiny package of pure canine delight! Viki isn’t the prettiest dog we’ve had for adoption, yet what she lacks in looks, with her 10 to 2 feet and short little legs, she more than makes up for with her loving personality as despite a very rocky start to life, Viki is incredibly friendly and quick to place trust in someone, she will make an absolutely fantastic family companion.
Viki adores humans and simply loves cuddles and hugs; she likes to be up close and cuddling as much as possible. She is a bouncy, happy, very good natured girl. She is incredibly obedient, great both on and off lead, she comes when called, goes to bed when asked and generally a lovely little dog. She is a very well balanced little girl, she waits patiently for her food and and takes treats gently. Viki is great with other dogs and adores children so would do well in a home with children. She is simply a lovely little dog and whoever adopts her will be lucky to have Viki as a companion and friend.
Viki was originally found abandoned with wounds that were consistent with either a road traffic accident or being beaten by an uncaring human. Her wounds quickly healed yet it then became apparent that Viki was in the later stages of pregnancy when poor Viki was not much more than a baby herself. Viki proved to be a wonderful Mammy and we are incredibly proud of her and the lovely 5 pups she has raised.
Now her job as a Mammy is over and Viki really needs her own loving human family.
We are looking for that extra special someone who will love Viki completely and dote upon her just as every dog deserves. Preferred home is with another dog. Please email contact us for more information or phone 01594 530327.
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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, Wiltshire, North Somerset 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!