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Zara

If you visited our site regularly then I'm sure you'll remember Zara. She was on our site almost from the day we launched in April 2008. She had been kept as a guard dog from a young age and had no social skills with people or other dogs.

The lady who looked after Zara in kennels worked with her and quickly gained her confidence but what she really needed was a new family. As I am sure you have guessed by looking at the pictures she has found her new family. Doesn't she look amazing?!

Her new family adore her and are working with her to improve her confidence and social skills. They are have made great progress already.

Zara is proof that there is a home for every dog, no matter how bad a start they had in life.

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