A RESCUE pet dog is still patiently waiting on a forever home after investing a heartbreaking 500 days in kennels.
Hattie is the longest-standing local at the RSPCA’s Southridge Animal Centre in Potters Bar. The two-year-old cocker spaniel showed up in August 2020 after her previous owners battled with her behavior.
In December 2020, Hattie was taken on yet she was gone back to the centre not long after as they were not able to handle her.
Cathie Ward, an Animal Care Assistant at Southridge, told MyLondon: “She’s a definitely beautiful woman, as well as regrettably we have actually battled to find her a home due to her extra demands.”
Hattie has high energy degrees because of cocker spaniels being working canines and the RSPCA is searching for experienced owners to take her on.
Ms Ward claimed: “She does obtain frustrated fairly conveniently – she’s very energetic.
” She simulates being around individuals, but it takes her some time to actually be familiar with you. You can not do way too much too soon with her.
” It’s just locating that knowledgeable residence with somebody that’s willing to in fact work with her.
” With the breed that she is, she’s got a high drive and she’s frequently on the go.
” So she requires that stimulation as well as enrichment in the home to assist her.”
Suitable adopters would certainly reside in a country or semi-rural area with a roomy as well as secure yard.
Harrie will need to be the only animal in the home with no youngsters.
It is likewise hoped brand-new owners will certainly take Hattie to practices classes to proceed her training.
The RSPCA would like potential adopters to see Hattie at the centre a number of times to bond with her prior to they take her house.
Ms Ward claimed: “Once she knows people, she does relax a great deal – she’s beautiful and also extremely snuggly, yet it does take a while for her to get to that phase and to trust you.”
Hattie’s 18-month remain at Southridge is the longest of the 33 dogs currently in the centre’s treatment.