Millie is slip of a girl, very dainty, and she was a little bit shy when we first met her
She jumped onto the riverbank bench to get a better view of her new surroundings
But it wasn't until we took her into the garden that we began to see her inner puppy!
She had a good snuffle around
And it didn't take her long to decide she was in safe company, and she began to kick up her heels!
It didn't take us long to find out that she has a penchant for pate! Millie does the cutest 'beg'!
Lip smacking stuff eh Millie!
Millie is available for rehoming from 15th May, and if you'd like to meet her please phone the Dogs' Home: 029 2071 1243 or visit Cardiff Dogs' Home, Westpoint Industrial Estate, Penarth Road, open 7 days a week, 10.30 - 4pm.
For more information about the rehoming process at Cardiff Dogs Home, please click HERE
I took Millie out for a walk today and she literally skipped down the lane. She is such a happy little lady. We didn't get too far before she flopped down on the grass for a belly rub - who can blame you hey! Millie is an absolute pleasure to walk. I can't see her waiting around for long, there seemed to be a lot of people interested in meeting this little lady when we got back after our walk!
I took Millie for a short walk today. She was lovely on the lead, enjoyed having a good old sniff and was generally no trouble at all.
Sorry, no pics of her as halfway through our walk I had a phone call from CDH saying that Millie had a check up with the vet so they had to come and collect her. Next time Millie we will have a longer walk, unless you have been snapped up in the meantime!