Cranberry is a young bully who was brought to the centre as a stray. Initially she was quite shut down and we can’t blame her, as she has obviously had a hard start in life. As she’s settled in she’s grown massively in confidence and has started to show her playful side. We’re hoping she won’t be waiting too long for her forever family to find her.
Cranberry is an active young girl and is definitely a foodie, which is how staff have managed to win her over. She will need a calm home without visitors in and out all the time so that she can fully adjust to life as a family member rather than just a breeding machine. Cranberry does love her walks and always has her nose to the ground; she would definitely appreciate some weekend adventures exploring the wide world.
Cranberry does show good manners passing most dogs. We would be willing to introduce her to other bull-breeds of similar size and temperament, as the right dog may help build her confidence further. Introductions will be carried out in a controlled manner at the centre to make sure the dogs are a good match for each other. Cranberry may be able to live with children aged 16+ who know not to overwhelm nervous dogs.
Cranberry is such a loving girl, once she is comfortable she showers you with affection.