MEIKA has found her furrytail ending!
When new adoptive parents use the words 'blessed', 'besotted', 'already part of the family' - even when their new furchild has taken a liking to chewing their shoes! - you know that things are A-OK. Seems like Meika has worked her magic on Tammy & Matt and we couldn't be more thrilled. It was a big trip for our little lady, who travelled all the way down to the ACT to find her new family. Her one desire in life was to be the centre of someone's universe and her wish has most certainly come true. A big thank you to foster Mum, Tania for all her efforts.
Happy furrytail ending, Meika!
“Why do birds suddenly appear…every time you are near? Just like me, they long to be close to youuuuuuuuuu….” Would you like a constant companion who will sit at your feet adoringly? Be your loving, loyal shadow? Your walking partner and snuggly bed-buddy?
A real little people-pleaser, I bond quickly, am content to be near you and just want to be loved. I’m housetrained and in fact, I wouldn’t cope as an outside-only dog. I need to be a treasured part of the family. Speaking of family, I love people of all ages, but especially children.
I haven’t been socialised with other dogs, so they make me a little
fearful and I growl to scare them off. Therefore, my new home won’t have any other dogs or cats. I want to be in the spotlight on my own and lap up all your attention without having to share you.
5ft fencing is high enough to keep me safe and secure. Despite my blend of breeds, I’m not a big girl, only about the size of a male Husky and pretty as can be with features reflecting both my Husky and Malamute genes. Don’t stress about that shaved tummy in the photo…the hair will grow back. The vets were just a little overzealous with the clippers when I visited to be desexed! I enjoy my daily walks and am not difficult to control on-lead as I’m content just to be wherever you are. My motivators are food, love and acceptance. I already have basic obedience, but would benefit from further training.