Tilly was rescued from horrific conditions but the past is well and truly behind her

Tilly was originally rescued at 4 months old along with her brother and mother by a local Street charity in Turkey.  The charity had come across them after being informed of the terrible state they were in.  The mother was chained 24/7 and the pups were penned in and not allowed near her. 

Tilly chilling at our Halfway House sanctuary

All three were in shocking living conditions, surviving on just bread and water, they were flea ridden, filthy and utterly neglected.  The charity managed to find safe foster homes and AFOT was asked to help. 

All three dogs thrived and the future looked bright when suddenly as they were approaching one year of age, Tilly’s sibling passed away unexpectedly.  A few weeks later the foster carer was rushed into hospital with a life threatening illness so Tilly was moved into our sanctuary where she continued to thrive. 

Relaxing in the sun

Unfortunately, Tilly has slipped through our net and missed out on being on our website, therefore not getting any home offers, when this was realised we decided to bring her to the UK and place her in a foster home here to give her a better chance at finding her loving new home.

Making herself at home in her foster home

Tilly arrived beginning of June and is one happy dog.  She can initially be a bit wary and nervous around men but once her trust has been gained, she is fine and all she wants is love and cuddles. 

Enjoying the UK scenery with her foster friend

Tilly is 17kg dog and is 20 months old in June 2022. She is a small-medium, pretty, tan and white crossbreed. She is a behaved dog with a loving nature, dog friendly, she walks well on a lead. Tilly is an active dog who needs regular exercise and would play non-stop given the chance.  She likes to be close to foster mummy and will do well in a home where she will be the centre of attention and where her adopters can devote time to her.

Tilly is full of energy now she’s in UK

Tilly is in the Exeter area and can be visited there at her foster home so if you think that you could give her the home she deserves, then please check out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs by clicking this link and reading our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines.

A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a voluntary donation to help towards our costs.

If you want to register your interest in Tilly or are interested in providing a loving home for one of our rescue dogs in general then please complete and submit our Dog Adoption Registration form.