Isla - Reserved

Isla is just 15 months old and has a very soft and calm temperament. She is house trained and is living with a couple with other dogs.

Isla has such a fantastic karma; she could easily become a therapy dog, but please read on.

Isla loves to meet other dogs (& gently plays with the puppies) people & children. She will roll over for a tummy tickle at every opportunity. She is very good on a lead, travels well in the car and is respectful of other dogs.


Isla has a food intolerance to kibble and dried foods, so will need to be on a diet of raw food and vegetables. If you aren't prepared to feed her raw, please DO NOT apply. Her intolerance is to all dried foods so there is NO question of her changing diet, regardless of brand or composition.


Isla best suits a home with another dog and ideally an experienced dog owner to continue her training.


Travels well in car

Very friendly to people, children, dogs & puppies

Submissive to all other dogs

Non aggressive

Loves affection.

House trained.

Not destructive

Sleeps through the night

Very good on the lead but can pull if excited.




Good with children

Not food aggressive

Very food focused.

Knows basic commands.

Good with traffic


Isla needs to stay on a lead or long lead as she is a mountain herding dog so is very independent and can’t be trusted off lead.

Needs to be fed a raw diet as she has an allergy to kibble.

Frightened of being washed with a hose (sponge is ok)


She is fully vaccinated, wormed, flea & tick treated and comes with her own passport and is being neutered 27th May 2021.

Size: Large – 33-35kgs

Isla is in foster in Fleet, Hampshire

DOB: 01/03/2020



If you are interested in adopting, then please fill out our Adoption Application.

(The Adoption Application is not a commitment to adopt but the basis of an enquiry.)


LOCATION - we do not have a limit on distance, however preference will be given to homes that are closer to our base in Fleet, GU52.

FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN UNDER 10  - the shelters in Portugal remain in lockdown and this prevents people from visiting. Until children are able to meet the puppies and our fosterers assess their reactions, we will not be adopting to families with children under the age of 10 until things return to normal.

As we have so many applying, regrettably we are unable to respond to your application if you do not fulfil the above criteria.