Dog Aid Scotland

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0300 365 2500

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Mon - Thu: 9am - 4:30pm Friday: 9am - 3:00pm

Additional Information

Name: Havana
Breed: Chihuahua
Gender: Female – to be spayed once settled in new home.
Age: 7 years old
Is Havana suitable to live with children? : Yes, aged 10+
Is Havana suitable to live with cats? : No.
Is Havana suitable to live with other dogs? : No.

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Havana is looking for a quiet new home where she has company most of the time and that has a secure garden to sniff around. Her new home should also have the patience to help build up her confidence.

Havana barks at visitors but settles once they are inside. She can be frightened of unfamiliar children. She can be protective of her owners, but will stop this behaviour when told to. Havana can be left alone for several hours.

Havana takes a while to get used to other dogs and make friends as she is a timid little lady. She is quite good on the lead and her recall is decent.  Havana is good in the car and enjoys going on interesting walks. One of her favourite things is to go on an adventure walk to the beach, fields or woods. She loves a good sniff and would enjoy having a garden in her new home where she can relax and sniff about.

She does not enjoy being washed but tolerates it and is fine with being brushed.  She is scared of the hoover. Havana can do some tricks such as sit, down, come, ‘shhh’ or standing on two legs.

Havana is a very loving dog and would be so happy in a quiet home where she can keep you company and go for good walks. If this sounds like your home, please apply for Havana.

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Contact details

Dog Aid Scotland,
Riccarton Mains Farm,
1b The Cottage,
Edinburgh,
EH14 4AR
Tel: 0300 365 2500

The Dog Aid Society are only able to rehome dogs in Scotland.
If you reside in England, Wales or Ireland, we are unable to accept your application for rehoming.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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