A beautiful tri-coloured young lady who has not had the best start in life

Xena was dumped at the refuge as a youngster.  She was adopted but returned because it was discovered she was in whelp.  We found out too late and she had had her babies whereupon they were taken away from her after just 24 hours.  As soon as we could we got her out of the refuge and into foster care where it took her a little while to get back to her normal vibrant self.  She has been sterilised and is fully vaccinated, regularly wormed and tick treated.  

She currently lives with another male dog and a cat who she accepts totally as part of her family.  She is a loving, curious girl who would be best suited to an active family as she enjoys the outdoors and long walks, and not to forget her evening cuddles.  The car is not her favourite form of transport but this is being worked on with significant improvement.  She has good basic obedience, and is now ready to find her forever home.

Perfectly sized for any home, Xena is loving and obedient making her a great family dog. We think she may be a beagle-cross judging from her head and that furrowed brow!