Tia was brought into the Home as a stray recently, and she settled in instantly!
Tia is an absolute dream of a girl! Happy and relaxed, friendly and affectionate, a little bit goofy, and a little bit rock n roll - she's already a firm favourite with the staff and volunteers!
People who don't know the breed think that pointies are high maintenance dogs needing loads of exercise - but in reality they are perfect for families who prefer a calm and 'easy' dog. A good sized garden is a must, or somewhere nearby where they can stretch out their legs for a quick zoomies,
Tia can go from nought to ninety in six seconds!
It was a joy to watch her!
Up and over anything in her way!
5 minutes of lightening dash over, we discovered Tia has a talent for sausage dunking!
It's like catching fish in a bucket eh Tia?
Excitement over, Tia decided it was time to chillax, as only pointies know how!
Yeah, don't mind me Tia, I'll walk around you sweetheart
Tia will be available for rehoming from 16th May, and if you'd like to meet her please contact NEWPORT CITY DOGS HOME for more information. TEL 01633 290 902 between 11am - 1pm and 2pm - 4pm, on weekdays, 11am - 1pm and 2pm - 3.30pm on Saturday. Please note: the home is CLOSED on Sundays.
Rehoming fees are from £100 - £200 depending on the age/breed of the dog, and include 1st vaccination, flea & worm treatment, neutering and microchip.
Tia is a truly special girl. My husband and I walk Tia most weekends with or without one of her pointy friends. She is a delight on the lead and really affectionate. She loves a treat and takes them very gently. Tia has a beautiful, soft coat and she really likes to have a cuddle. If anyone has a Tia shaped hole in their lives then please come and meet her as I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
Had my weekly walk with the beautiful Tia today. We were joined by Tia's new bff Mille, and as displayed on previous walkies Tia was a perfectly behaved girl - despite the deluge of rain! I absolutely love this precious girl and always have everything crossed that she has found her forever home when I come across to spend some time with her. Being an owner of a few rescue lurchers I absolutely endorse the opinion that once a lurcher has had a good blast off lead they are pretty chilled and laid back in the home, and are they are actually kinda lazy!!! The more time that I see spend with Tia the more her personality shows through and the more I fall in love with her. I have walked Tia with other newport residents and she has been very well behaved and quite motherly towards them. I can't believe that Tia hasn't found her forever family yet but hope that she isn't waiting too much longer.
I have a feeling that Tia is about 5-6 years old. She really is such a lovely girl. Loves to cuddle on the sofa. Good with my kids. It's just such a shame that the right home hasn't come along for her yet. But we're keeping everything crossed!