Hi, I'm Hattie


About Hattie

Hattie  is now in her new home on the edge of the New Forest

She loves cuddles and fuss. Hattie get excited going out for walks with her new Mum, Dad and Brother

Hattie has met our grandchildren and enjoyed the cuddles she had from them.

She is starting to show her fun playful side, with her new brother.

Hattie loves to run around the garden exploring and chasing balls.


Hattie is quite a shy girl, who was found wandering the streets and severely underweight.  After taking many weeks of gently coaxing her and building trust, she is developing nicely in her current foster home.  She is a little boisterous in her play, but she does appear to be fairly sociable with other dogs, and is quite a good weight now.

She has a tendency to bark at cats, so at this point we are not sure if if this is because she is curious, or does not like them.   Due to her shyness, we would not recommend being in a home with children, or at least small children, as she may feel overwhelmed with lots of energy around her.

Hattie, like all pointers, is a very loving dog, once she has built trust, so she would be best suited in a home, with no small children, and in an environment where her owners can take time to develop her trust in them and the world around her.



  • Shy and Affectionate
  • Female
  • Spain

Some more details about me

Can i live with other dogs? Yes
Can I live with cats? Unknown
Am I house trained? yes
Can I live with children Yes

Important Information

Hattie has all regular bloods checked, and there are no signs of any medical issues.  She has been spayed.

I have been looked after

I’ve been vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and neutered as required
I have been examined by a vet and treated as required ready for adoption
Assessed by an experienced member of our team at English Pointer Rescue

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