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Tilly is looking for her forever home.

Poor Tilly has had more than her fair share of bad luck – could you be the person to turn her life around?

Tilly has been returned to the Charity through no fault of her own. Her family’s health problems sadly mean they cannot continue looking after her

Unfortunately, she is no stranger to Animal Accident Rescue Unit and first came into the Charity last year after being attacked by three dogs. She was badly injured and her top and bottom jaw were broken. As a result, she is still is sensitive in this area.

Her fosterers got Tilly mixing with other dogs before she was rehomed with her current owners. Although Tilly was tolerant of the dogs she lived with at her fosterers, she was unsure about dogs she didn’t know.

The family who adopted her, worked very hard to build up her  confidence but whilst being walked on her lead, she was subject to an unprovoked attack by an uncontrolled dog.

As a result of her experiences, Tilly would be happier as the only dog in the household. She would suit living with adults without children and would be happy living with chickens, cats and horses.

Tilly needs an experienced dog owner who can continue to build up her courage and give her the love and attention she deserves.

She is an 8-year-old Lurcher cross (Collie x Whippet) with a gentle personality. Tilly has been microchipped and spayed. Her innoculations, flea and worming programme is up-to-date. She’s ready to find her forever home, so, if you live in the Nottingham area why not come and meet her?

If you think you could offer Tilly a loving home, then please contact Animal Accident Rescue Unit.

 

If you are interested in Tilly, please contact our Dog Adoption Officer on 07511891989. This number must not  be used for any other type of enquiry or emergency contact.  Alternatively, you can email this volunteer at:admin@aaru.org.uk. You will receive a response as soon as possible.

The Charity is run entirely by volunteers and is always in urgent need of additional fosterers to foster the dogs that Animal Accident Rescue Unit rescues (particularly for male and large dogs).

The Charity has no central base, office. Animals are fostered in volunteers’ homes as pets, in and around the Nottingham area.

All adoptions will require a successful homecheck.