Due to her bad behavior towards other furry creatures, a dog spent two arduous years at a shelter after being abandoned by her family. Unfortunately, there are a lot of abandoned pups because their owners choose to dump them rather than forcing them to go through an adaptation and training process since the puppies don’t live up to their expectations.
Our brave protagonist Bella has spent over two years, or almost the same amount of time as she has, at the RSPCA’s Ashley Heath Animal Center.
She has never been without affection or attention from her carers while she has been living at the shelter, but what she really wants is her own home, close to family members who would accept her as she is.
Since Bella was abandoned, it has taken a lot of work and patience. Fortunately, the shelter has skilled personnel who have successfully changed the dog’s behavior. Bella even has some canine pals with whom to cause trouble.
The Ashley Heath Animal Center’s behavior and welfare advisor, Hannah Hawkins, stated:
Bella is gradually learning how to share with other dogs because she lacked such abilities during her early training months.
She was really frustrated when we first started working with her, and we believe poor management has made things worse. Thankfully, after several months of hard work, we started to notice improvements in her.
This adorable little fuzzy lady likes humans and enjoys being around them. She is also learning to appreciate other dogs.
Bella’s caretakers devised a strategy to make her feel at home and company despite spending her days at the kennel because they are unable to spend as much time with her as they’d want.
Despite our best efforts, we just cannot always be with her. As a result, she has turned to her soft toys for solace, particularly Winnie The Pooh, who she cuddles with every night. Hawkins remarked.
Sweet Bella has discovered the ideal place to cuddle up and wait for the moment when she succeeds in winning someone over in her stuffed animals.
He has a large collection of toys that he uses as his personal helpers whenever he wants some affection. Her carers hope that she won’t be helped by being surrounded by so many plush animals, despite the fact that she appears lovely in the scene.
Finding him a home that will continue his training, be devoted to providing him the love and care he needs, and solely consist of people without other pets is the major goal.
Her greatest difficulty in the past was managing her separation anxiety, thus she need a sympathetic family who are prepared to guide her through the process. She would be overjoyed if her new house had a big, cozy yard with a fence so she could run and play.