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Lass has been in a new home for ten days before coming back into our care. Her adopters had some family issues but we do need to stress that Lass needs a lot of time and patience. She will not be able to go out on long walks until she has gained confidence and learned to trust the people she is with, and house training for the first few days may be difficult, but she is crate trained and after a couple of nights she will be clean. She is a lovely little girl but best suited to a one or two person home, she will be fine with another dog but it would need to be an older and calm dog. She came into our care with some of her siblings who have been homed and their adopters are now reaping the rewards of their patience with them,

Lass is under two years old, a little unworldly but very sweet natured. She needs a really calm gentle home where she can gain confidence at her pace. Lass needs someone with patience and who understands that she needs to meet new things in her own time. Lass can go to her new home as soon as it turns up for her but it must be calm, patient and not in a very built up area