Disney came into us for not getting on with the young child in her previous home. Assessment of her here at OAS revealed that she is highly possessive and will bite if she thinks you are going to take something that is “hers.” Through the hard work and dedication from her main carer, we have found that Disney is actually a very sensitive little dog who thrives on having a familiar routine. When Disney does feel confident with someone her cheeky side comes across; she enjoys going for a walk, and having a nice cuddle. New owners will need to be prepared to give Disney lots of time and patience during her transition from kennels to home life, to allow her to fully settle and feel confident in her new surroundings.
What Disney Needs from her Forever Home
Potential new owners will need to be prepared to regularly visit Disney over an extensive period of time at the Sanctuary before she will feel comfortable with them. She is not good with strangers so will need a quiet home with very few visitors. Although Disney can learn to warm to men, she definitely prefers women. Any potential male adopters will need to be very patient and understanding of her limitations. We have no history of her ever having lived with a man. Disney is unable to be rehomed with children or other animals due to her possessive nature.
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