‘Most undesirable’ canine hasn’t had single viewing since being rescued 4 months in the past

Epiphany, the medium-sized crossbreed, arrived at Oakwood Dog Rescue in Hull, East Yorkshire, in July however hasn’t had a single particular person come to see her, with the centre now launching an enchantment

Epiphany hasn't had a single viewing
Epiphany hasn’t had a single viewing

An ‘undesirable’ rescue canine is determined for a new house, however has failed to draw a single viewing in over 4 months.

Epiphany, the medium-sized crossbreed, is ready patiently at Oakwood Dog Rescue in Hull, East Yorkshire, however no-one has been to see her since she arrived 133 days in the past.

The centre has now put out an enchantment to assist the four-year-old pooch, experiences Grimsby Live.

She was described as “very frightened and nervous” when she arrived in July however has “started to come out of her shell”.

However, dwelling in kennels has left her careworn and it’s hoped she will be able to discover a everlasting house earlier than Christmas.







Epiphany wants an proprietor with quite a lot of time and endurance
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In a submit on Facebook, Oakwood mentioned: “How has Epiphany been with us 133 days and nonetheless no viewings?

“Not solely is Epiphany completely beautiful however she has a bigger than life persona and is a real bundle of enjoyable!

“She who loves running around and playing with toys, she also enjoys a fuss once she knows you.

“She has a lot of potential and is a phenomenal canine.”

Epiphany needs an owner with a lot of time and patience to help her build up her confidence with people and certain other dogs.

The post continued: “Epiphany is simply too nervous to be positioned with youthful kids and wishes a mature house.

“She can be selective about her doggy friends so would be best with a very calm male that will not pester her.

“She does benefit from the firm of different canines and will reside with a male canine and kids 15 years and over.”

Epiphany will need to live in a home with 6ft secure fencing and someone who can supervise her in the garden as she has been known to make escape attempts.

If you’re interested in rehoming Epiphany, or any other dogs in Oakwood’s care, visit their website.

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