Dogs Trust Leeds: Meet the stunning new Siberian husky looking for a forever home
Bella is finding life in kennels 'stressful' - could you give her some love and a home?
Bella is a seven-year-old Siberian husky - described as 'stunning looking' by the team at Dogs Trust Leeds.
She is finding life in kennels quite stressful and shows her worried and nervous side while in there, but should settle down nicely in her new home.
Bella has specific requirements for her new owners which include no children and being the only pet, as she can be worried by unfamiliar people.
She will need a 'hands off' approach initially, but once she trusts you she loves a fuss.
She needs a large, fully enclosed garden for off lead exercise, play and to bond with her owner who has experience with the husky breed.
Bella does avoid other dogs but will walk along side them if she is given some space.
She is not good with live stock so her home must not be too rural, and will need her owners with her all the time initially.
After Bella's settling in period, she should be fine for short periods on her own according to Dogs Trust.
The team say Bella is for anyone who is prepared for a little bit of work initially, followed by a reap of rewards.
She is described as a 'magnificent and loyal dog' who will need a few visits before she is ready to leave the Dogs Trust centre.
Due to Covid restrictions, her new owners must live less than an hour's drive from the Leeds rehoming centre at Woodlands Farm on York Street off the A64.