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Ginny is a ray of sunshine, fun, energy and cuddles. She loves going on walks, playing fetch, snuggling in her bed and just generally being part of the family.

Ginny gets along well with other polite dogs after a good introduction, she would do well in a home with another balanced dog. She would do equally well in a home where she is the only dog. She is not suited to a home with cats.

Ginny gets along well with humans of all ages, she loves respectful kids who play fetch and tug with her, she is equally happy to cuddle up to an adult at the end of the day for some pats.

Ginny has learned a lot in foster care to be the bestest doggy citizen that she is today and it is of upmost importance to us that the home Ginny goes to is committed to continuing the rules and boundaries we have put in place for her – things like waiting in her crate until she is given the OK to come out and waiting for the OK before eating her dinner, sitting and waiting when told etc. Simple things, but following this structure is how Ginny thrives. Ideally she would be placed with someone who has experience in setting boundaries and structure with dogs.

Ginny has had a spinal injury in the past, it doesn’t cause her any pain or discomfort now, but part of this is ensuring she stays at her ideal weight and gets on lots of regular walks. She has slightly wobbly back legs but this does not slow her down at all!

Overall Ginny is a delightful wee girl who brings so much love and happiness to her foster home and we know she will bring the same to her forever home! Apply to adopt her now.

Can't adopt Ginny? You can still help.

Although we charge a small adoption fee, this doesn't generally cover the costs of us getting our dogs ready for adoption. Desexing, grooms, vet care, vaccinations, registration, training and variety of other things can go into these dogs. If you'd like to help either on a one off or regular basis we would be grateful for your donation.


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