Bub­bles rises to the top

North West Telegraph - - Lifestyle - Tam­syn Mackie

One-year-old Bub­bles was res­cued by rangers with her seven pup­pies in quite bad shape. She was hun­gry, cov­ered in ticks and had some nasty lac­er­a­tions on her tummy.

But after surgery to fix her tummy, lots of good food, love, cud­dles and a safe en­vi­ron­ment, Bub­bles is now a dif­fer­ent dog and is ready to find her very own home.

She is such a sweet girl who loves be­ing a part of her foster fam­ily and shad­ows them when they are home.

She knows ba­sic com­mands and is ea­ger to please and re­sponds very well to praise and af­fec­tion.

She gets along with other dogs and is in a home with chil­dren. She can still be timid in new set­tings and around men, so she will need to go to a kind and gen­tle home.

After a very rocky start, this beau­ti­ful girl de­serves the best and dogs like Bub­bles are the rea­son that we all do what we do here at SAFE.

Con­tact hed­[email protected] for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

Her adop­tion fee is $500 and goes to­wards cov­er­ing some of her vet bills. She will go to you de­sexed, mi­crochipped and up to date on vac­ci­na­tions and worm­ing. She has been given a clean bill of health.

Bub­bles has a sad story to tell.

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