Sad Goldie Pippa ihas finally learned to trust again

This sweet girl had a difficult past but today she knows only love. Pippa came into our care and as with so many of them she was moved into a home with a foster carer. Fostering turned to love and she never left as happily her foster Mum has now adopted her. This is her original story …

Labrador-cross Pippa is looking for that special person who can give her the time and love she needs.

Pippa was found feeling so sad and sorry for herself after being dumped outside a villa complex in Didim.

It looked as if she had recently been taken into the shelter where she had been neutered and returned straight to the streets.

Pippa is starting to blossom now she is feeling safe again

It was clear that she had recently had a litter of pups and her stitches from the operation were still fresh.

She was covered in ticks and she seemed so forlorn and depressed. She should have been taken somewhere where she could be cared for while she recovered from the trauma of the operation and her lost litter.

She was spotted by a couple who took her in and then appealed for help in finding a future for her. She is now in AFOT care and the task has begun to find her the future she deserves.

Pippa is a loving girl who will make a wonderful pet

When the couple first took in sweet Pippa she was absolutely terrified and it has taken her a while to start to trust again.

She is a lot more confident now during the day and her loving and joyful character is starting to blossom through.

She can still be a bit wary when it turns dark, which may be a symptom of a past trauma. However, this is improving and over time she will learn to feel less and less anxious.

Pippa when she was found looking so sad and forlorn

Pippa is now around a year old and we expect her to be around 16-18 months old by the time she makes her journey to the UK.

She is a beautiful Labrador cross and she currently weighs in at around 22-24kg.

She is good on the lead with either harness or collar and she loves her fuss and attention.

Pippa is a bright and lovely girl now

She is great with other dogs and given the time, love and patience she needs she will be an absolute darling to have around.

We just need to find just the right person for her.

Pippa is growing in confidence now she is in care

So if you feel you could be that special person for one of our dogs 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 donation with all our dogs to help towards our costs.

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