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Bella was handed over to a rehoming center in Glasgow in May 2022, where staff described her as an anxious girl with no confidence.
A team of experts at Dogs Trust Glasgow worked to build Bella’s trust and bond gradually to help her with her anxiety and fears.
Claire Cairney, Administrative Assistant at Dogs Trust Glasgow, said: “Bella has been on a journey during her time with us and thanks to the hard work and dedication of our training team and dog carers, she has transformed right before our eyes. .
“Now it’s time for her to meet her new family. Bella is a wonderful big girl with a very loving nature that she shows to the staff every day.
“He is shy around meeting new people, but with time and patience, his loving personality will soon shine through. Once a bond is established with a potential adopter, they will never be short of hugs and affection.
“Bella’s back legs can be a bit stiff due to arthritis and she takes anti-inflammatories every day for that, and she’s used to drinking a lot. But one of her favorite things to do is run and play with her.” squeaky toys in our yards.
“We’re sure everyone who meets Bella will love her as much as we do. We hope one day she gets her happy ending and she’s forever in our care.”
Five-year-old Bella is looking for an adult family with patience and experience with a rescue dog.
It would be helpful for him to have a safe place away from visitors in his future home.
Bella was also supposed to be the only pet in the house.
If you are interested in Bella, visit http://tinyurl.com/5n8nmhzd for more information about her.
The webpage describes Bella as a “rescue”, a term given to any dog that has spent more than six months in Dogs Trust Care.