Sue

SUE - CYPRUS
They call me shy Sue because I am a bit wary of people although I am confident with other dogs. To give you some history, I was found running about a harbour village in Cyprus and was being fed by a taverna owner. Dog walkers frequently passed by and I loved to play with their dogs. Over time, one of these dog lovers gained my trust and managed to catch and take me to Pegeia Pound.
The volunteers at the pound have all spent time with me and my confidence has improved a lot in the 4 months I have been there. My recall is coming along nicely, I can sit on command (most times) and love to sniff when out for a walk. However, some noises can still scare me. I love playing with dogs and toys and fetching a ball. In winter, I love to drag my blanket out of my dog bed in my pen into any shaft of sunlight that I can find. Well, I am Cypriot and don’t like the cold! I am about 2 years old, spayed and fully vaccinated .
Have you noticed my soulful eyes and beautiful chestnut coat? People who see me, call me pretty. What do you think? Do I love my food? Yes, so please remember that treats go down a storm with me. Although it’s usually rude to talk about a lady’s weight, I don’t mind mentioning that at 12 kgs I am perfectly proportioned, not too big.
My ideal home would be a quiet household where I can learn the ropes at my own pace and slowly experience new things without feeling overwhelmed. I could be the only dog or share and play with a resident dog. I do not go out of my way to chase cats. One thing I do need is a very secure garden. The person who shares their home with me will watch me blossom and be rewarded with growing love and affection.

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More About Sue

  • Sex: Female
  • Colour: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age Group: Adult
  • Breed: Mixed Breed
  • Age: 2 years 6 months.

What you should know

  • Can live with cats: No
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • Needs resident dog: Can live with a resident dog or alone
  • Can live with children: Yes
  • Adoption Coodinator: Alison Patriarca

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