At the age of just two, Sheffield German Shepherd Judy has been left without a permanent home to call her own.
She was taken into the RSPCA Sheffield Branch and is now hoping for a second shot at happiness with a new, loving owner.
Tony Benham, RSPCA Sheffield animal care manager, said: “Judy is a bright, loving young lady who is looking for a fresh start.
“She is an enthusiastic and playful girl who will need her new owners to continue the wonderful work already started on her basic training and socialisation.
“She is best suited to owners who have some experience with dogs.
“Judy has all the potential to make a brilliant pet, but she will need a little more help and guidance in certain areas of her life to allow her to blossom.”
RSPCA staff say Judy’s full history is unknown, but they have noticed that she can have a tendency to be protective of her space and she needs to continue to re-build her trust of people.
Tony said: “Her new home will need to be mindful of supporting her in these areas.
“However, we are sure the effort put in will be well worth the returns with this wonderful lady who has so much love to give.”
n For more information about Judy, contact the RSPCA Sheffield Branch on 0114 289 8050.