The unwanted dog has not been seen once since arriving at the shelter 142 days ago

Meet Epifani, who has been waiting for a new family for 142 days (Photo: Pet Set Go Photography)

Sweet pup Epiphany is going through a rough time.

The shy mixed dog arrived at Oakwood Dog Rescue in Hull, East Yorkshire, 142 days ago, but no one has shown any interest in resettling her.

In fact, you didn’t see her the whole time she was at the shelter.

The charity has now launched an appeal to find an epiphany home, which is roughly the size of a cocker spaniel, the perfect home.

She needs an owner with a lot of patience, and a house without young children, for which she came to the care of the shelter “too scared and nervous.”

The four-year-old is slowly starting to get more comfortable around people, but life at the shelter is causing more stress on the Epiphany – so it would really pay off for her to find a permanent home before Christmas.

Four-year-old Epiphany is still a bit shy, but she loves to play once she gets comfortable (Photo: Pet Set Go Photography)

The dog’s online profile reads: “The Epiphany has arrived very scared and nervous.” She’s starting to come out of her shell but she’s still shy.

It takes a lot of time and patience to become more confident with people and show you the full potential that you have.

“Epiphany is too nervous to fit in with younger children and needs a mature home.

She needs a kind, loving and patient Angel (Photo: Oakwood Dog Rescue)

They are very tense in kennels and can be noisy, and will settle better in a home environment. She can be selective about her canine friends, so it would be best with a very calm male who won’t bother her.

Another major need of the future epiphany house is to have a secure fence around the garden, as they are very adept at climbing and trying to escape.

You will need a house with a 6-foot fence and someone to supervise them in the garden.

Don’t be fooled by its size – they are very adept at climbing large fences, so you’ll need a garden with a tall fence to prevent escape (Photo: Pet Set Go Photography)

Epiphany is also not yet on the lead, but the shelter says she will be able to do so soon enough.

The shelter wrote on Facebook: “How was our Epiphany 133 days and still without sightings?

“The Epiphany is not only totally amazing but she has a larger than life personality and is a real bundle of fun!

Can we help her find a home by Christmas? (Photo: Oakwood Dog Rescue)

She is a small/medium sized 4 year old who loves to run and play with toys and also enjoys the fuss once she gets to know you.

She enjoys the company of other dogs and can live with a male dog and children 15+.

“Let’s share this widely to help change her misfortune!”

If you want to give the epiphany the loving home it deserves, you can Contact the shelter through their website.

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