Emi is currently in kennels. We are looking for a foster home whilst we continue to look for an adopter.
Emi is currently in the UK, currently location in Lincolnshire
Hi, I’m Emi
I am currently located in kennels in Lincolnshire.
I am currently looking for my forever home and can’t wait to have a family of my own.
The team at the kennels say I am beautiful and have fallen in love with me, so don’t understand why my perfect pawrent hasn’t come forward yet!
I am a Illyrian/sarplaninac shepherd cross … Guardian breed, which means I am classed as extra large and I have luscious long locks to match my legs! I would love an owner who has experience with large dogs so knows how to set my boundaries to help me flourish with my natural instincts.
Lets start with the basics…
50kg of fluff
2 years old
House trained and know basic commands
Previously could be left alone in the house and didn’t mind – I’m sure I would be fine again in a new home
Love to be pampered
Walks well on a lead
And my rescue say we always have to be honest so here are some things you need to know…
Although I am good on the lead I can sometimes bark at other dogs, this is a mix of excitement and nerves but I am getting better. The kennels have been helping me with this and I have improved
I do love my food but it means I can resource guard – clear boundaries in the house will help me with this
Due to my breed I have a high prey drive, so I really should be kept on a lead when out walking. However you can use my prey drive to help train me … my nose is amazing at following scents
So my perfect home would be…
Adult only home
To be the only animal in the home
A secure garden where I can stretch my legs and play with footballs
Someone with large dog experience
A home who will walk me daily, but also pamper me with snuggles
For more details and photos, check her Facebook album:
6 puppies were left on a field to die!
The lucky ones ended up in Paula’s care (a person of rare empathy, beautiful and great animal lover), after they were left in a bag on a field. Paula took great care of them, they were vaccinated, dewormed, and now they have reached our pit stop. Two of them were adopted, one is reserved and the other 3 are waiting for their forever homes