! Cedida ( chip 2604 ) female, age 8 ( born 7/2012 ) 1 month at Scooby (since July/2020 💛 )( SOS/ urgent need ) available

Cedida ( chip 2604 ) is an 8 year old Galga ( Born 7/28/2012 ) She arrived at Scooby on July/6/2020
She was brought in and left in the shelter by the Galguero… not useful anymore… she came together with her full sister (white Galga /chip 900176000092606 / already adopted )
Lovely, sweet girl ;  with people somewhat timid/insecure, buta very good girl
With other dogs growling ( from fear )
Now her sister is adopted, Cedida is in urgent need of a calm, patience, loving Home too…

Chip: 900176000092604
Breed: Galga
Age: 07/28/2012
Color: black
Socialized: Not Tested
Traumatized: Not Tested
With female dogs: Not Tested
With male dogs: Not Tested
With cats: Not Tested ( on request )
With small children: Not Tested
Arrival Date: July / 06 / 2020
Location: Scooby / Medina Paddock 7-1F


Update July/30/2020 : This pretty 8 year old galguita was left by her owner in the shelter together her sister (already adopted).
She is a bit shy and distrustful , but that will stop being like that when she starts to receive the affection that no one has ever given her until now
Do you want to give this granny the warm and comfortable home she so much deserves and needs?


More Info and adoption                  📧 : internationaladoptions@scoobymedina.org
Más información y para adoptar 📧 : adopciones@scoobymedina.org


It is really tough to promote these poor scared Angels, since almost nobody ever asks for them …
This is terribly unfair because their behaviour is a result of bad experiences with people before arriving here. Neglect, abuse, or indifference are among the things they were subjected to in their previous lives, so should not they be the ones we most care for and pamper to help them get the opportunity they didn’t have? To compensate them for the damage they have suffered?
People may think that it’s too difficult, and it’s true that every case is different, and that some of these shy Angels may never completely recover from their trauma. However, what is also true, that they always do get better when shown love and care.
There is nothing that makes us happier than seeing one of these shy Angels adopted by conscious, patient and loving people, because we wish each of them has an opportunity…please give them a chance on happiness, they are not feeling happy in the busy shelter