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Tilly

About Tilly

Tilly is a tricolour female, who is about seven years old.  Tilly needs a new home as her owner is finding her behaviour difficult to manage. Tilly is microchipped and neutered.

Tilly can pull on walks, so is best walked on a harness to keep pulling under control.  She has not been let off lead for walks.  She travels in a crate when in the car, which is usually just short journeys to get to her favourite walkies locations.  Tilly is not a huge fan of other dogs, and barks at other dogs she sees through the fence. 

At home, Tilly is house trained, but does not use a crate.  She is happy to be on her own for a few hours.  Tilly can be destructive, so would need a beagle proof environment if she was bored or not supervised.  She has never tried to escape from her secure garden.  If Tilly steals an item, she will drop it if you catch her in the act. 

Tilly would need to be the only dog in the house, as she has been a nuisance to another dog in her home, nipping and fighting with him where food is involved.  Because she’s protective of her food, and very bouncy, any children in her home would need to be older children who could deal with this properly.  With plenty of positive reinforcement, and the right environment, Tilly will be a happy and confident hound.

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