This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.

Sheba (South East Dog Rescue, fostered Sussex)

17/4/13 – Gorgeous Sheba has found a home after being spotted on the Oldies Club!

Please meet the Queen of Sheba! This regal lady is a 7 year old German shepherd who is in rescue with South East Dog Rescue after her owner became too ill to care for her.

Sheba has been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. Here is what her foster mum has to say about this lovely lady:

‘Sheba is an absolute sweetheart. She has perfect manners and is incredibly gentle in every way. She gets on brilliantly with other dogs and is living with three including a stroppy terrier who rules the roost with a rod of iron! When she is gobby to Sheba, she just walks away and doesn’t react in the slightest. She has met dogs out and about and greeted them gently and without any reaction.

Sheba (front left) with a selection of other dogs

‘She does seem to have led quite a sheltered life and new situations can seem a bit scary, so she really needs to live with another calm, confident dog who she can look to for reassurance. She is fine to be left and has had no accidents in the house. She’ll ask to go out if she needs to.

She is very affectionate and will nuzzle you for attention and curl up on the sofa, but is also happy enough to take herself off to bed alone. She does still get a lost look about her sometimes but she’s starting to come out of her shell and has the odd little game. If you’re looking for a beautiful older lady to share your sofa with, then please consider Sheba.’

Sheba must live with another dog for company and reassurance, and can live with children aged 8 and over. She could live with a very dog savvy cat, but would probably chase a nervous cat.

If you can offer this perfect girl a forever home, please contact South East Dog Rescue as follows:

Tel: 07910 127614 (between 9am and 3pm)
Email: or

You can also fill out a pre-adoption form on South East Dog Rescue’s website

Please mention that you saw Sheba on the Oldies Club website.

Rehomed This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.