A three-year old homeless dog is finding it very hard to win over potential adopters as she is so shy.
Aska has spent more than eight months in kennels and RSPCA staff have unearthed her sweet, playful nature.
Three-year old Aska is being looked after by staff at York Animal Home after her previous owner could no longer look after her. She has been waiting for more than eight months and has seen more than 150 dogs go to their forever homes while she’s been waiting.
A spokesperson said: “Aska is a lovely sweet girl but can be terribly shy around new people which means she’s finding it difficult to show off her wonderful personality in kennels.
“She’s very active and playful once she comes out of her shell. She just needs an understanding owner who will give her time and patience to settle and grow in confidence and will benefit from lots of exercise and stimulation.
“She’s never been taught that it’s okay to be left home alone so she’ll initially like someone to be home alone and to slowly build her confidence.”
Staff at the animal home advise that Aska is very clever and knows lots of commands like ‘sit’ and she would best suit an adult-only household and would prefer a home without a cat but could live with another dog.
For more information about Aska you can visit her online profile or contact the branch on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01904 654949.