History - Jorja had a loving home but change of personal circumstances meant her owners could not meet Jorja's needs.
Personality - Jorja is a rapidly growing puppy, already the size of a small labrador at 6 months old, she's going to be a big girl. She is incredibly affectionate and playful, though has never lived with children or other dogs, and given her size would only be suitable to live with older children. Jorja's personality is still developing and she will need an owner with time and patience to be able to provide her with the training and socialisation she needs.
A little message from Jorja-
“"My top is made out of rubber, my bottoms made out of springs, I'm bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!"
Prospective owners must be 18 or older.
Maintain a secure garden with a 6ft fence and padlocked gate.
Homecheck is required - this checks for the safety and security of the dog once it is in your home.
Any other family members, and dogs you own must come along for an introduction to make sure they all get along.
Insurance must be taken out on the dog for the life of the dog - to ensure that veterinary care and liability is covered in the event of an accident.
Everyone in the home must be in agreement about adopting a dog.
New owners must be willing to provide your chosen dog with the level of exercise and stimulation it requires everyday.
New owners to give the dog reasonable time to settle in and adjust to their new life which can be around a month to 6 months, sometimes longer.
If you are unable to keep the dog it must be returned to us. However, this is not a get out clause. Adopters must be willing to work through situations to try and keep the dog.
An adoption contract must be signed on the day of adoption and an adoption fee is to be paid.(which is non refundable)
Annual vaccinations, flea and worming treatment and insurance must be kept valid and up to date and copies provided each year.
The dog must not be left alone in the home for longer than 5 hours or overnight, other arrangements must be made. We can provide day-care and we can also recommend some excellent dog walkers and pet sitters if required.
Unfortunately due to the time-consuming nature of young dogs and children, we are not able to re-home to people who have dogs or children under 1 year old.