Our small but mighty hero.
Introducing our Nina
Not all heroes wear capes, and after locking eyes with our Nina, we couldn’t agree more. Her name means ‘little girl’ and ‘mighty warrior’, and we can’t think of a better way to describe this beautiful one.
This little Lebanese lady is truly one of the extra special pooches out there, and has completely stolen our hearts. After a car accident when she was a puppy, Nina doesn’t have the use of her back legs but she doesn’t let that stop her having fun, and is always the first to make a beeline towards the action when it happens. Those wheels of hers are deceptively speedy.
A real character, Nina is a master of mischief, and always up to something. She’s incredibly happy, cheeky and playful, and loves the company of other dogs. She’s no wallflower, that’s for sure.
Nina is pawfect for you if you know how to spot a special dog when you see one. She reminds us that there is so much hope and joy in the world, every day.
Reasons why spending £5 a month sponsoring Nina is better than spending it on a….sandwich:
Nina will remind you to see the joy in every day life, she’ll teach you lessons you never knew you needed, and she’ll never go stale or soggy.
Age | 1 year
From | Lebanon
Nina in three words | Watch out, world
Favourite Butternut recipe | We predict she’s a Swish Fish Dish girl. We can tell she has a so-fish-ticated palate.
Favourite scratch spot | Behind those big ears of hers.
Interesting fact about her place of birth | Lebanon is known as the Paris of the Middle East. See? Nina is sophisticated.
Top quirk(s) | Loves swimming in her therapy pool. Loves smiling. And generally just loves life. She’s pawfect.
Interested in giving Nina a home? You can find out more about her and submit an adoption enquiry here.
Need more information? Why not read more about the Wild at Heart Foundation adoption process, FAQs, and success stories.