Pum jai • a bit of a show-off
Spot is a real cheeky so-and-so, with buckets of personality that you just can’t help but fall in love with! She’s hoping that someone like you will fall in love with her…
We first met Spot when she was very poorly with blood parasites and was too weak even to stand. She needed urgent, specialist veterinary care, which is probably why she’d been dumped in the first place, out of fear for expensive veterinary bills. Luckily, Spot received the treatment she needed and went from strength to strength, growing into the cheeky young dog we know and love today.
Spot is always the first to greet any new visitors on The Farm and will do so with a wagging tail and big sloppy kiss. In fact, anything new and exciting and you can guarantee that Spot is the first one there, ready to investigate! She’s always in the mood for playtime and loves goofing around with the other dogs, but her besties are Panda and Maverick who are the most inclined to give in to Spot’s rambunctious efforts to play.
In the rare moments that Spot isn’t full of beans, you’ll find her cuddling up to the team or enjoying a long nap in the shade.
Spot's perfect home
Given Spot’s shaky start in life, we can hardly blame her for wanting to make up for lost time! As an energetic bundle of joy, she’ll need an adopter with plenty of time for regular exercise and mental stimulation to prevent Spot from becoming bored of frustrated. Being the clever cookie she is, Spot will also need regular, consistent training to ensure she has all the good manners she needs to navigate a healthy, happy life with her new family. Given her young age and disposition for yummy treats, we have a feeling she’ll be very receptive to training.
Due to her friendly nature, we’re happy to consider homes with children and/or other dogs – although Spot would be just as happy being the only dog and lapping up all the attention to herself! She loves spending time with people and dogs alike, so adopters may want to schedule some doggy playdates into their calendars!
Like all our dogs, Spot has grown up in the rural surroundings of The Farm. Due to her confidence and young age, we’re happy to consider adopters living in all kinds of locations, but adopters should be mindful that introductions to novelties such as busy roads, restaurants and highstreets will need to be slow and rewarded with plenty of positive encouragement!
Can live with another dog?
Can live with children?
Ready to adopt Spot?
So you’ve read the details, you’ve fallen in love, and now you’d like to adopt? We don’t blame you…you’re only human after all!
The first step in the adoption process is to complete an adoption form. This will give us all the information we need to make a match and see if the dog that’s caught your eye is the right fit for you.
Are you ready?
What happens next?
Once you’ve submitted your adoption form, we’re sure you’ll want to know more about what to expect next. We’ve crafted our street to sofa adoption process to make sure you’re kept informed at every step of the journey.
Take a look at our Adoption Process breakdown to learn more about what to expect at every stage.
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