I have been contacted by Susanna from ANZIO, LAZIO who sadly has to rehome two Maremma mix sisters aged four as a result of her parents’ divorce. She was studying abroad and it seems her mother and partner neglected the dogs.
Susanna writes: “It breaks my heart to give them away, they are loving creatures and have been my support through difficult times. Nanà and Naminè are good guardian dogs and are also very intelligent. I am getting them trained. They are microchipped. They are both female, sisters from the same mother.
They are not used to kids, Naminè seems to be able to tolerate cats but Nanà does not. They have not been sterilised.
They are used to being inside and outside. I think a garden is needed to keep them because they have always been used to be in the garden. However they sleep inside. They have had some bad experiences with my mother’s partner and with my mother. They were not let out of the garden for walking and were not kept properly. I was studying abroad and were not able to avoid it. Therefore they are cautious with people and accepting strangers in their group. They are fine with other dogs. I am getting them trained to improve their behaviour and self confidence. They are learning very well but I am aware that we need someone that will make an effort for these dogs to give them finally a normal life. This is why I am contacting you, I am very concerned for their future. I am not able to keep them financially nor in terms of space or time but I sincerely want to amend for how they have been treated. I wish for them a good owner that will be willing to understand their situation and co-operate with me and the educator to give them the life they deserve.
I truly hope you can help me and I thank you sincerely for any help you will be able to provide me and them. We are looking to give them away together or separately.
CAN YOU HELP?
Please contact Susanna email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 377 4867496