Tipper ^^


Tipper ^^ Status: Available

ID: 25422

Name: Tipper ^^

Breed: Beagle

Age: 6 Years

Gender: Female

Adoption Fee: A minimum donation of £100

Location: At Many Tears in
Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

If you are interested in adopting a dog that does not say it can be homed with a cat and wish us to cat test please let us know and we will be happy to do this.

30-5-19 - Tipper is a dear ex breeding Beagle with a very sweet nature! She is interested in everything and anything thats going on around her but she does not yet have the confidence to explore by herself. Tipper is happy to be touched and will come up to you for a fuss so it shouldnt take her long to settle in a home. She will need a kind resident dog to show her about housetraining and other home skills. Dont overlook Tipper ... she's amazing!

16-06-19 UPDATE

I love Tipper and I think she really deserves a chance of a new happier life.  So far her life has obviously been a hard one. You can see this in her eyes, and just by the way she acts around new people. Tipper is very reserved and backs away when new people approach her. However, once she gets to know you, she’s a different dog.
I have had Tipper on my section for a little under a week now, and she’s really beginning to come out of her shell. Tipper will now happily come up to me when I enter her kennel, and she always wants a fuss when her kennel mates are having one. She loves her food, and is incredibly respectful at dinner times. She doesn’t rush like a lot of Beagles and never steals food off the others. I believe her love for food and treats will come in very handy when it comes to gaining Tipper's trust and training her.
I began harness training with Tipper a few days ago, and already you can see the confidence radiating from her when the harness goes on. She isn’t yet walking on the harness (or lead), but she now runs in and out from the yard a lot easier than before. Due to this, in the right hands, I reckon Tipper will come along nicely and learn to walk on a harness in no time. I will continue this as long as she is with me, but ideally this should be continued in the home environment, as when dogs have consistency in their lives they are able to learn new tricks much quicker.
Tipper absolutely loves her kennel mates, and as a result of her lack of confidence, she dotes on their every move. She can always be found cuddled up alongside them on their duvet, or, when outside, she will follow them everywhere, sniffing the same items or sunbathing alongside them both. Tipper is in with dogs both bigger and smaller than herself, and as stated above, they all get on fantastically.
Tipper will NEED to be homed alongside other resident dogs as she would be miserable without them and this will also help her pick up all the tricks of the trade in regards to home life. I also believe Tipper would be best housed alongside older children, or none at all, as she is currently still quite a nervous dog. Although, as we continue to work with her, this is likely to change.
Could you be the right people to help Tipper experience life the right way? With home comforts and a whole lot of love.

06-07-19 UPDATE

Hi, My name is Tipper, and I’m about to tell you my story.
I came to the rescue in May, I was absolutely terrified. I’d never been to a place like this before, there were so many other dogs, and even worse, so many humans! They kept trying to pick me up, stroke me, and kept telling me everything was going to be alright. I didn’t believe them, but actually, everything was alright. It’s not amazing, I still have my anxieties, but then we all do, right?
I have settled here now, I know the routine and I’m used to seeing the same people everyday. This routine has really helped me gain some confidence in my day to day life. When people walk past my kennel I now get out of my bed and come to the front to see them. I wag my tail and sometimes even my whole body wags too, I just can’t help myself! I do get a little scared when they move too fast or come too close, but if I’m given time this feeling goes away and I move closer again, wanting more fuss.
I now love to run outside with my doggy friends and I’m even learning what it means to play. It’s quite a lot of fun actually. This walking on a lead thing still makes me anxious, but with the help of my humans, I am slowly getting there. I went out for a proper walk for the first time today and I was told I did really well. The lady taking me out was very patient with me as I kept freezing whenever something panicked me, but with her calm words I soon gained my confidence. I think I will still need some time before I’m fully ready for a long walk, but I hope someday soon to enjoy the outside world as much as my kennel mates do.
I love the smells and the freedom, but as someone who has spent the majority of my life inside, it can still be overwhelming. I do hope someone will take me into their home sometime soon as I’ve heard it’s really nice! I like the sound of having a family to call my own, I also like the sound of having a comfortable bed, lots of kisses and cuddles, and I look forward to becoming the confident dog I long to be.
Please come and meet me and give me a chance, I promise I won’t let you down. I’m as beautiful on the inside as I am on the outside. Lots of love, Tipper

30-07-19 UPDATE

Tipper is still slowly but surely making progress. Tipper is always walking around with a big smile on her face no matter what. Tipper started off on the lead quite reluctantly today but about 10 mins into the walk she started to get really into it and started taking strides across the field. She still has her nervous moments but they're becoming less frequent.
Tipper is such a lovely natured dog, I just cant understand how she is still with us in the rescue centre. She has been in with a variety of diffirent breeds of dog now and she seems to get on really well with all of them. This is a dog who will make your life so much better and so much happier if you choose to adopt her.

PLEASE NOTE: We nearly always home dogs who have come from breeders where there is ALREADY A RESIDENT DOG living in the house. They have usually never lived in a house before and are only used to canine company. They usually get their confidence and learn faster with another dog to copy from. This also helps with house training and learning how to walk on a lead. They will make lovely pets but do need a lot of love, time and patience. If the ex breeding dog you are interested in can be an only dog it will say so in its write up. Please read our information on ADOPTING EX-BREEDING DOGS before you apply.

Although TIPPER ^^ is by donation rather than the full adoption fee, we ask for a minimum donation of £100 to help cover the costs that have been incurred. All our dogs are micro-chipped, have had at least their first inoculation and are spayed/neutered unless there is a medical reason for not doing so. If your application is successful you will be home checked and you, all members of your family and any dog(s) who will be living with the dog MUST come to meet the dog you want to adopt. You must have a safe means of transporting the dog home in a crate or if this is not possible please discuss with Many Tears or the Fosterer when your application is being processed.

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