Aggela is another one of our recent arrivals, left at the shelter together with her brother Arlo. As so often, we know nothing about their history before their arrival. What we do know is that she is a friendly little girl who is a bit cautious at first, but warms up and wants to cuddle quickly. She has politely greeted both the other dogs and the cats at the shelter. A little gem!
We have no idea if she is used to kids, but due to her somewhat careful character, we think she’d be best suited to a home with kids over 12 who are used to animals and respectful of them. We believe she would thrive best in a rural setting and she would probably love to have her own fenced garden. And she would certainly enjoy living with another friendly dog. She has slightly shorter legs in relation to her somewhat longer body, so shouldn’t be expected to go up and down a lot of stairs. She is estimated to be two years old and weighs 11 kg.
Although she is an adult dog, we have no idea if she ever lived inside a ‘home’. So her future family need to start everything as if she was a pup in terms of toilet training and other basic commands. With her friendly and gentle character, we believe that Aggela can thrive in most calm, countryside homes. She is the cutest little ‘shortie’ and will make a great companion for the right family.