Bella was reported as a stray, and her finder said she has been running around a golf course for two months. She doesn't really look as if she has been 'living rough'. Bella's coat is shiny and glossy, she certainly isn't underweight, and she doesn't look in the least bit unkempt. So we're wondering whether Bella might be a 'latchkey' dog, and she has been 'found' before she was actually lost. She certainly doesn't look as if she has been running around on her lonesome for two months.
We're unsure of her breed mix, Bella is medium sized, light-boned, may be a bit of sprollie in her. Bella is very shut down and depressed. We can't possibly know what has actually happened to her, but we are hoping that she will come around in her own time.
We are hoping that Bella's owners can be traced, but if no-one comes forward for her she will be available for rehoming. Please contact the staff on 029 2071 1243 for more information or if you'd like to meet Bella.
Beautiful Bella pulled at my heartstrings 😢. Such a sad and scared girl, makes you wonder what on earth has happened to her. We didn't get to walk any further than the end of the lane as she was very anxious to get back to the safety of the home. She needs someone to love! I just wanted to take her home and keep her safe. Beautiful girl, someone special is waiting to meet you, let's hope it's not too long to wait. 🐾❤️🐾🐶🐾😘
Bella came a long way in the care of the staff at the Home, and with the love and patience of the volunteer walkers she slowly began to trust people. But kennel life was always a struggle for her, which made the news that she has found her forever home all the sweeter!
We wish Bella and her lovely new mum all the luck in the world