“Is it time for cuddles yet?”

About Lily

AffectionateGentleGood with cats

There are some dogs that find homes very quickly, in a matter of a few weeks or months, and there are some dogs that need a year or even two before that dream family turns up at our gates and adopts them. And then there is Lily.

Lily was born in 2011, arrived at the shelter as a tiny puppy and has been waiting to find her forever home ever since. She is small-medium, very calm and has the most captivating large brown eyes, but somehow, just as her mum, Lily is one of those invisible dogs that nobody seems to notice and fall in love with when choosing a dog to adopt. 

She enjoyed having a taste of city life in a proper home environment during a summer foster placement, but can still be a little nervous so needs a home with patient people ready to help her adjust to domestic life – but she’s a quick learner and has a lot of love to give in return.

She is not demanding at all and doesn’t have many needs. She is okay sleeping most of the day, but her favorite thing is giving love.

She’s also great with cats! (She mostly avoids making eye contact with them and pretends they don’t exist)

Could Lily be your brown eyed girl?

Cuddles… and sleeping!
Loud cities
Special Needs:

Lily would be best suited for a family with a quiet house and a yard living outside the loud busy hustle and bustle of the city.

Make a difference in Lily’s life.

Lily needs the help of people like you. All of our dogs ultimately need a forever home, but greatly benefit from any level of connection.

You can help Lily by adoption, fostering, or sponsoring the expenses of her staying at the shelter.

Give her a forever home.

If you are ready to expand your family and welcome this loving soul into your home, we’d love to speak with you.

Be her Guardian Angel.

For as little as $10/mo you can sponsor Lily’s stay at our shelter.

You’ll get exclusive sponsor-only updates about Lily.

Foster Lily

You can provide a temporary home to show her what a loving home is like and create space in our shelter for other dogs.