Dog Rescue Newcastle and The Star have partnered to provide a weekly column of some of the area's most eligible K9s in need of a home. Meet this week's pooch:
Libby: 5 years, great Dane
Libby Long Legs. With legs for days even Elle MacPherson is jealous.
Meet supermodel Libby who is a five year old, Harlequin great Dane looking for her forever home where she can finally settle and share her sparkling personality and life with a family of her own.
This stunner has been from home to home and we just cannot understand why. She has the sweetest, most gentle demeanour and a cheeky and fun personality. She can show signs of being spirited when she gets the gangly legged zoomies or excited about going for her morning stroll - but is otherwise normally a couch potato always that's up for a snooze.
Being an unpretentious lady, Libby loves her food and dines morning and night on protein and carbs to keep her fashionista hot bod. She can tuck some food away, but not as much as you think a great Dane would - the key being good quality over quantity. And not worried about calories, she does love an ice-cream every now and again. Although a young, five-year-old rookie, she is an old spirit with eyes as a lens straight to her beautiful soft soul. It can only be assumed that this gorgeous young lass didn't previously get the opportunity to make many doggie friends as she does get into a tizz upon seeing other dogs. With some gentle coaxing and soothing, time and assimilation she soon becomes friends with everyone.
Libby spends her time inside lazing about. She sleeps inside and you will always find her in her happy place - under the bed (or on the bed, or on the spare bed or on the couch). To keep her svelte shapely figure a daily 30-40 minute walk is what Libby loves best. For a confident woman, she is very manageable on the leash. Upon approach of another dog, she will need some further training and socialism to overcome this.
A luxury ride within the car or limousine is an outing Libby loves to indulge in. She thoroughly enjoys travelling and seeing the sights of the world and allowing the wind to stream through her billowing cheeks and ears.
Recently it was discovered that Libby had a low grade spindle cell sarcoma on her right hind leg. This was caught at its very early stages and has been removed successfully with expectations of a normal healthy life.
If you are looking for a loyal, stunner of a woman to grace your household and life and you can give Libby Long Legs the life, love and home she deserves then please visit www.petrescue.com.au/listings/691307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org