View Full Version : Tia, Rottweiler, DOB 09.05 - Addlestone, Surrey

Rescue Remedies
18th May 2013, 06:40 AM
Tia, Rottweiler, DOB 09.05 – Addlestone, Surrey

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Homing Requirements: Tia has recovered her health but needs joint supplements and anti-inflammatories to be kept pain free. Tia also needs carpeted floor surfaces to prevent her slipping. Tia could live as an only dog or with another fluent calm dog. Not for cats or children. She needs a moderate exercise regime. Tia can open lever doors and jumps child gates so awareness required. If your mind set is "older Rottie" then her management will be well served.

Video:Tia on the common (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDFc4BuIsz0)

Video: Tia and Ben (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRbq53T2j5A)

Her Story: Tia's owner succumbed to cancer at a young age so he moved back with his parents and Tia came to us as a sick dog. She was spayed to cure chronic pyometra and also had her back left knee operated on. She has now fully recovered. Tia remains on low dose anti inflammatories and needs a gentle life style to suit her age. Tia is spayed, vax'd, chipped and fostered with another dog in Addlestone, Surrey.

Advert: Tia Maria ...yes she is sweet and addictive! Tia is an accomplished Rottie who needs an environment geared to a moderate exercise regime, quiet life style and freedom from kennelled holidays. Tia can be left for up to 5 hour spells, she can sleep downstairs and doesn't need access to furniture. Tia could live with another quiet fluent dog. Tia low growls when you are fussing her, which isn't sinister and once her fosterers demonstrate. Tia can travel short distances in a car but needs support in and out to protect her knees. She can also be sick on longer car journeys.

Tia is a small 8 year old Rottie with an easy approachable disposition. She isn't guardy but is a little protectionist over her knees though this has lessened in her more recent pain free life. She mixes with dogs well. Meets people and children well. She did used to get spooked but not now. Tia would love a Rottie home to offer her shelter and comfort in her latter years.

Please visit Tia’s thread on our forum: http://rescueremedies.myfastforum.org/sutra105517.php#105517 to find out if she is still available and for fuller details.

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Rescue Remedies
18th May 2013, 06:40 AM
Lovely Tia...

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Tia is still available for adoption!

20th May 2013, 12:26 PM

Rescue Remedies
11th July 2013, 07:31 PM
I just looked back over Tia's thread and I just can't believe how much she has changed since she arrived. Her face, the way she holds herself, her whole demeanour has completely changed. This relaxed and happy girl could be a completely different dog ... feast your eyes!

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With John her beloved fosterer daddy ...
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"See you next time"!
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Tia is still available for adoption!

5th August 2013, 12:26 PM

Rescue Remedies
20th August 2013, 01:49 PM
Tia is still patiently waiting for someone to spot her and offer her a home.

Interested in homing Tia? Please click to complete our on-line homing questionnaire (https://rescueremedies.wufoo.eu/forms/rescue-remedies-homing-questionnaire/) to match a suitable dog with your lifestyle

Rescue Remedies
28th September 2013, 09:06 PM
An update from Tia's fosterer:

"As Tia is Rescue Remedies Dog of The Month I thought I had better post an update but cant believe it is a month since I last posted.

It is exactly 9 months today since Tia arrived, very poorly and feeling very sorry for herself. Looking back over her thread it is reminder of her transformation, recovering from pyometre then enduring the cruciate ligament repair and the long recovery.

Looking at her today bounding around the garden like a puppy, chasing pigeons off the grass seed, you would never know she had endured so much.

Tia has improved in all areas she now travels well in the car (tested upto 1hr) but to be honest I think the original travel sickness was due to her general ill health at the time or maybe she has got used to my bad driving.

She shows no sign of pain in her legs, now enjoys walks long walks and with the help of the head collar, we bought from the GSD stand at the Fun day, it is easier to control her excitement, IF you can stop her taking it off.

Tia no longer has any prescribed medication but we still give her and Ben green lipped muscle supplements to help their joints.

When Tia first arrived she was wary of people while out walking but again I think this was due to her health as now she loves attention especially fond of the old lady who waits at the bus stop in the morning with a pocket full of gravy bones.

Tia can get a bit excited during play and resort to mouthing if not getting attention, so this has to be managed with strong commands. She takes treats nicely but will steal unattended food if left in her reach.

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Cooling off in Wisley lake

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We have a child gate on our lounge door which serves as exit management to the front door and prevents access to upstairs for both dogs. Tia has decided that this is no obstacle to her and with a bit of effort she can shimmy over the top. Luckily Ben is too lazy to try anything that energetic.

This lead the other afternoon to a goldilocks moment, when returning from shopping we found she had tried our bed but found it to hard, tried Rebecca's bed and found it to small, but Claires bed that was just right.

Tia is also a bit of a Houdini she can open doors of most types, we now have to make sure the front door is deadlocked after coming home to find the front door wide open, Tia laying on the doormat, tail thumping the floor with excitement and a look on her face which said how clever am I.

We don't know if she went out for a mouch around and then came back or just opened the door and waited either way she was a good girl for not wandering off. I don't know how that phone call to Lynne would have gone".

Tia is still available for adoption if you are interested in offering a home please complete our homing questionnaire on this link: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.com/forms/r7x3s5/

Rescue Remedies
8th December 2013, 05:56 PM
Tia is still available for adoption if you are interested in offering Tia a home please complete our homing questionnaire on this link: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.com/forms/r7x3s5/

Rescue Remedies
20th January 2014, 09:19 PM
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Tia is still available for adoption if you are interested in offering Tia a home please complete our homing questionnaire on this link: [url]https

Rescue Remedies
11th April 2014, 09:07 PM
Tia's homing ad at the top of this thread has been refreshed. Please check it out if you think she could be the dog for you.