Meet Cherie, a 1 year old Shiba Inu Cross who came into our care last week along with 12 other dogs after being rescued from a meat-farm in South Korea.
We are looking to find her a forever home with someone who has owned dogs before and who is prepared to show her what a normal doggy life should be.
Cherie is very sweet but shy and is still learning to trust. However she is starting to come out of her shell on foster and has even started playing with toys! She is exploring the flat and garden but still runs away from noises and sudden movements. She loves treats though and this is really helping!
She hasn’t had lead training yet and is very nervous out and about, so will need to be rehomed to a semi-rural area. She can live with children aged 12 and above, and could live with the right calm male dog. She will need direct access to a garden.
For more information about Cherie or the other Korean dogs, please call us directly on 020 8341 3196.