Re homing within a 50 mile drive of Bourne Lincolnshire. Please check the mileage before calling to avoid disappointment.
High fencing required. Viewing by appointment only in between 10-3pm

Ruma – Tiger Brindle Shar Pei Cross – 2 Years Old

Ruma has come to Three Counties after she was bought from Gumtree. Ruma’s new owners continued with their routine of going to work and she struggled to adapt in a short period of time. Previous to that she was sold because there was an un neutered male Star Pei in the home and they struggled to get on.

Ruma is a stunning girl and she has a loving personality which is shining as she gets to know us and she’s settling down .

Ruma is well behaved and she will she will sit nicely and take treats gently.

Ruma was initially very nervous and anxious. We think that this is because she’s had some rapid changes in her life. So what needs to happen next for Ruma is that she has solid stability in a new family. She’s a smashing girl who will steal anyones heart with her sweet way.

Once Ruma gets to know you she will want to get close and give you heart felt kisses.

Ruma has an extremely tolerant personality because she’s had to put up with lots of changes in her little life plus us getting to know her.

If you come to meet Ruma you must bear in mind that she needs to get to know you, so a gentle introduction.

Ruma could possibly live with a calm neutered male and she would be happy as the only dog as well. We have no cat history. If there are children in the home we think it would be better if they are much older and understand the do’s and don’ts of having a family dog.

Ruma needs stability in her life so it would be nice if someone was at home or works from home.

Ruma will require a garden with 5-6 foot security. Re-homing 50 mile drive of Bourne Lincs.

If you are interested in Ruma, please phone Gyll Mauchline (Between 9:00 and 17:00) on: 01778 440318 or 07708 589792. If you cannot get through, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible or  Email Gyll