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Tikia | T224

Tikia female crossFemale, Young, Medium

It might strike you when you see the photo of Tikia that she has a lot of staffie in her. Yes, you are right. However luckily for her she does not fall within the measurements which would make her a “dangerous dog”. So anyone can adopt this lovely girl, without any special permits or paperwork. Phew! Tikia arrived already identified, but her owner’s details were not up to date and so far no one has come to reclaim her. Tikia was born in March 2013 and although she is okay with some dogs and can mix with them on walks etc, she would probably be better off as an only dog.


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  • Fine with some dogs but would be happier alone
  • Need some TLC
  • Will make a great family pet

Flute | T221

Flute female braque labrador crossFemale, Young, Medium

Flute was brought in by her owner along with her sister Ficelle, and we don’t know why, as he claimed to have found the two dogs. Had his neighbour (a volunteer) not been at the SPA at the time we might have believed him. The vet estimates Flute to have been born in July 2017, so she is a very young dog, and a very well socialised one, too! She is wonderful on the lead and fine with other dogs and people. We think she is a lab / braque cross, as she is fine boned. Flute is a wonderful girl who would love a new home soon.

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  • Fine with other dogs
  • Sociable and adorable
  • Will make a great family pet

Ficelle | T222

Female, Young, Medium

Ficelle and her sister Flute were brought to the refuge by a man who told us he had found them a couple of days earlier but had been unable to find their owner. Imagine our glee when a new volunteer recognised the man as her neighbour and went over to innocently ask why he was bringing his dogs in to be rehomed. Chortle. Ficelle is a fabulous dog, good on the lead and very affectionate. She was born in July 2017 so is very young. She is probably a cross between a braque and a labrador, she is a lovely chocolate colour and is fine boned. Ficelle will make a wonderful family pet; she loves other dogs and has boundless enthusiasm for life.
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  • Fine with other dogs
  • Sociable and adorable
  • Will make a great family pet

Gloubi | T203 (reserved)

GlubiFemale, Mature, Large

Gloubi is such a fabulous dog and must surely melt the heart of golden lab lovers everywhere. Who doesn’t remember a dog like this from their childhood? A lovely calm girl, Gloubi was found unidentified but clearly much loved and in great health, despite being a bit overweight. Regular walks at the SPA are already having the desired effect, though, and we will gradually get this girl back into shape. Gloubi was born in June 2010. She is fine with other dogs as well as cats and would make a lovely companion for anyone looking for a calm dog to share gentle walks and lazy days.
 

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  • Good with dogs and cats
  • Calm and affectionate
  • Will make a great family pet

Goldy | T161

GoldyFemale, Young, Medium 

We do not know Goldy’s history, but we know that she deserves a really wonderful home. At first glance this young malinois looks like any other pup of this breed. Until you see that she has a deformed jaw, which the vet is sure is due to having been hit or kicked or otherwise abused. Goldy will always look a bit special. But special can be wonderful, and Goldy is certainly that. She was born in August 2017 and is fine with other dogs. Like all pups she will need lots of love, and like all malinois pups she will need lots of exercise and stimulus, as well. This is no couch potato of a dog. The breed is lively and intelligent and not one for first time dog owners.

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  • Good with dogs
  • Still a puppy needs lots of stimulation
  • Will make a great pet for an active family

Cally | T173

CallyFemale, Young, Large 

Cally was adopted from the SPA in January and we thought all was going fine. Apparently not, and once again it is not the fault of the dog. Yes, people’s circumstances change, but if you know that a big change is imminent, it is preferable to wait before adopting a new dog. In this case, the new owner moved in with someone and Cally did not get on with their (female) dog. So Cally is back at the SPA. She is a very attractive girl, young (born in January 2014) and is fine with male dogs. She is quite a chunky lass, as we say, and is suitably boisterous in her play. Attention must be paid with very young children, but apart from that, Cally is perfect. She is not too bad on a lead and would appeal to people who like the staffie types but don’t want to go through all the administrative steps to own a (a-hem) dangerous dog.

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  • Good with male dogs
  • Attention with children
  • Will make lovely pet for staffie type lovers

Cliona | R380

ClionaFemale, Mature, Medium 

I can’t believe that Cliona is back. That was a sad day at the SPA believe me, and seeing staff crying is not nice. Many of you will remember this dog, who was brought into the SPA last summer after weeks of straying. She was covered in ugly tumours and a fundraising campaign was launched to pay for her operations. She emerged as a sleek and beautiful black lab cross, and we were delighted when she was homed to people who had been walking her regularly during her recuperation. Five months later and she was brought back with the explanation that she had bitten the father. We know that Cliona is nervous of many people (especially men), which is hardly surprising when you bear in mind her history. But it turns out that she was approached in the dark while she was sleeping and that is when she bit. That is no excuse, of course, but it makes her reaction a bit easier to understand. I think her ideal home would be with softly spoken people, preferably female, and away from small children. Cliona is fine with most other dogs and 100% fine with cats.

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  • Good with most dogs and cats
  • Enclosed garden needed
  • Needs calm and quiet family

Lana | T099

Lana young female labrador crossFemale, Young, Medium

Lana has been at the SPA before, she was found as a stray last year and brought in, although she was recognised on Facebook but never collected. Her first home did not work out, as the owner lived in an apartment and worked long hours; in fact it is hard to see why he thought having a dog was a good idea. So it is not really Lana’s fault that she is back; she is just a typical young dog; eager to please, eager to learn and with some basic education. Lana looks like a small and slightly built labrador, she was born in December 2016 and is great on the lead, as well as being fine with other dogs and children.

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  • Good with other dogs
  • Eager to learn has some basic training
  • Would make a lovely family pet

Looba | T047

Looba female Brittany spaniel crossFemale, Young, Small

We are reasonably sure that Looba is the mother of Bouba; he sticks to her like glue, and her spaniel colours can be seen in his fur. Looba is a classic looking Breton spaniel though a bit on the small side. She was born in January 2015 according to the vet’s estimate. Unlike her son, Looba arrived unidentified. She is now sterilised and fully vaccinated and ready for her new home. Ideally this would be one where she can have lots of exercise; she is an active little dog. However as well as often being seen on the hunt (as flushers), Breton spaniels make fantastic family pets. You can read about the breed https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brittany_dog.

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  • Fine with other dogs
  • Affectionate
  • Would make a lovely family pet

Tatiana | T030

TatinaFemale, Young, Medium

This is not Tatiana’s first time at the SPA. She used to be called Maddie, and as far as we were concerned she was happily homed in August 2016 after spending four months at the refuge. However a phone call from the SPA in Toulouse told us that Tatiana had been found and brought to them, and the phone numbers associated with her microchip were no longer working. So Tatiana is back. She is a fabulous brindle coloured girl, who is now fine with other dogs (although she wasn’t before her last adoption, so she has mellowed!). Tatiana was born in April 2014 and we know that she is a great family pet. She is impeccable on the lead and shares her kennel happily.

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  • Fine with other dogs
  • Sociable
  • Would make a lovely family pet