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> Maicey The Gentle Giant, Rehomed
dawnhughes
post 27th Oct 2011, 11:45 pm
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We are fostering a young female rottie who was abandoned in a yard by her former owners. She is prob just over ayear old and a lovely if not somewhat clumsy nature. We are fostering her for Heswall animal welfare

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post 28th Oct 2011, 8:03 am
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Maicey is good with dogs. She was terrified of them at first and has never shown any signs of aggression towards them. Loves people (too much at times as her tail hurts alot rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif ) She is expectedly alittle unsure of being left but ok for short periods. She is also scared of the car and has to be lifted in!!! She isnt a light dog so this isnt most fun rolleyes.gif lol.gif

She is a lovely dog wub.gif
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post 28th Oct 2011, 8:22 am
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She's beautiful wub.gif Shame I've not got room for a little one sad.gif
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post 28th Oct 2011, 8:48 am
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QUOTE(Mrsmopp @ 28th Oct 2011, 9:22 am) *

She's beautiful wub.gif Shame I've not got room for a little one sad.gif



She curls up really small.... lol.
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post 28th Oct 2011, 3:59 pm
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She is lovely!

Any idea about cat-friendliness?
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post 28th Oct 2011, 10:20 pm
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QUOTE(Susieh @ 28th Oct 2011, 4:59 pm) *

She is lovely!

Any idea about cat-friendliness?


She is scared of her own shadow so cats I don't expect wud be a problem. She wud hide quaking in a corner somewhere lol
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post 29th Oct 2011, 9:51 pm
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wow she is gorgeous wub.gif
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post 30th Oct 2011, 1:18 pm
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QUOTE(dawnhughes @ 28th Oct 2011, 10:20 pm) *

She is scared of her own shadow so cats I don't expect wud be a problem. She wud hide quaking in a corner somewhere lol


Bless her. She sounds lovely but as I work 4 days a week (would get in dogwalker to break up the day) then she sounds like she wouldn't cope too well in those circumstances with her being so nervy at the mo.

Hope she gets a great home really soon wub.gif
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post 1st Nov 2011, 8:50 am
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Mace has been left for about 4hrs maz here and has coped ok but has the other dogs for company. Being only young I think unfortuantly she may stuggle coping all day on her own sad.gif
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post 3rd Nov 2011, 3:35 pm
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What a gorgeous girlie! I hope she finds someone soon
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post 7th Nov 2011, 10:20 pm
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Beautiful rottie smile she has wub.gif wub.gif
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post 12th Nov 2011, 12:09 pm
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Hi
i have just returned to this site.
and noticed Maicey .

how big is she? and how heavy?
how good/bad is she on walks?
can she be let off the lead?
good recall?
good at commands?

is she up to date on vaccanations,wormed, etc

any health problems ?
good teeth,body,eyes?

any problems with the rear end?
as i thought rotties had problems with legs/joints ?

thanks and hope to hear soon
Chris
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post 12th Nov 2011, 11:48 pm
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QUOTE(bmad @ 12th Nov 2011, 12:09 pm) *

Hi
i have just returned to this site.
and noticed Maicey .

how big is she? and how heavy?
how good/bad is she on walks?
can she be let off the lead?
good recall?
good at commands?

is she up to date on vaccanations,wormed, etc

any health problems ?
good teeth,body,eyes?

any problems with the rear end?
as i thought rotties had problems with legs/joints ?

thanks and hope to hear soon
Chris


Hi there! Lots of questions lol!

Maicie is quite a tall but not heavy built. Not sure her exact weight but she isnt light lol. I managed to lift her in the car. Maicie noy has two problems. She is still terrified of the car and this needs work and the other is she has the waggiest tail EVER!!! She whacks everything with it to the point it now bleeds. So we are now for the sake of our walls trying to control this rolleyes.gif lol.gif

She has the perfect of natures. I have never seen a hint of aggression with people or other dogs. Even when told off by them.

Healthwise I will check with vaccinations (she was in kennels so assume these are up to date) Vet was unsure if she was spayed and last week we thought she was coming into season which hasnt seemed too so I will sort out with the rescue getting her spayed before rehoming smile.gif She has no issues with ears, eyes or joints.

Maicie only pulls onlead when walked with other dogs. With a few tugs she rememebers and slows her pace. Offlead she cannot be faulted in anyway. She now enjoys chasing the other dogs and doesnt venture away from us or her 'pack' She is quite a shy, timid girl wub.gif Someone forgot to tell her she is a rottie unsure.gif angel.gif
Hope that answers everything!

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post 15th Nov 2011, 2:00 pm
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Hope she finds a forever home soon wub.gif .....

Just for the previous question...I have had Rotties and also fostered them so this may help...supplements to their diets such as cod liver oil and glucosamine given daily always a good idea even if they are fit and healthy. I also added CSJ herbal blend 'Get Over' to my dog's diet as my two boys did suffer with their joints over time. Key point with Rotties is not to let them get over weight as their little legs for such big dogs cannot take the pressure...

Hope that helps...good luck Maicey wub.gif
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post 26th Nov 2011, 1:55 pm
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hi my names rebecca i am looking for a family pet she looks gorgous we are uster large breed dogs and if u wouldnt mind me asking a few questions about her?
we have a small child he is 14 months old how is she with children?
and we also have a cat who doesnt rali spend much time inside would she be ok with him we live near leeds and would be willing to come get her if she suited our family , we have do have a large /long garden witch im sure she would love and even get her own room lol we look forward to hearing from you thanks
becky and james.
p.s if it would make it easier for contact our number is 07554887180
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