Dumped outside the Sanctuary in February 2021, Juno was one of four puppies - Juliet, Gabby and Geri, all since adopted.
She is a lovely-tempered dog, who would benefit from some special loving and attention to help he adapt to a new home.
Together with her three sisters, Juliet, Gabby and Geri, Juno was left outside the Sanctuary in February 2021. They were very young, perhaps only a month old. We were delighted when in April, shortly after the adoption of her sisters, she was adopted herself. Sadly, she did not settle well in her new home, and she was returned to the Sanctuary.
Despite this, she remains a very loving and loyal dog, and would make a wonderful addition to a family willing to provide a suitable environment and sufficient care and attention to allow her to adapt to her new surroundings.
Puppies in the Great Outdoors
When rescued puppies get a bit bigger, it's the best time to get them used to a collar or harness and leash or lead, and leave the comfort of the Sanctuary and explore THE GREAT OUTDOORS for the first time!
Seeing these young dogs grow in confidence with each exploration is very rewarding, and we hope that their familiarity with the concept of "going for a walk" prepares them for life with an active family. Here are Sara, Dean, Juno and Gretal checking out life outside the Sanctuary. If you want to know more about Adopting one of these lovelies, visit our Adoptions page.
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