Nadja has now been at the SPA for some 15 months, and we would love her to find a home. I remember when she arrived, she had been found as a stray, and was petrified. She spent several weeks just cowering in he kennel and although she never showed any aggression, she made it more than clear that she would prefer to be left alone. Her gentle eyes prompted us to name her Nadja, which means “Hope”. Little by little she gained in confidence, and although there is still quite a bit of work to be done, Nadja needs a home where she can continue to progress.
Nadja is a shepherd cross, so is fairly big, but is fine boned. She shares her kennel with another dog, and tends to follow him on walks, but that reliance on another dog is getting less and less, and when she is walked alone she does really well, if encouraged with a few gentle words.
She was born in October 2012, and bearing in mind how thin she was when she arrived, there is no doubt that she is far happier at the SPA than she was beforehand. However she would love a home of her own. Her ideal home would preferably be one with another dog, no small children (not because she is in any way aggressive, but she needs a calm environment), and lots and lots of love.
If you think you can offer a home to beautiful Nadja, please get in touch.