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Jayjay
would like a new home

Whippet
Can you give Jayjay a new home

Jayjay

Breed: Greyhound
Age: 3 and a half years
Sex: Dog
Date Added: 15/02/2017

Rescue Information

Rescue: Stray Dogs Sanctuary - Dorset and Devon
Contact: Judy
Website: www.straydogssanctuary.co.uk
Telephone: 01202 696685

About Me

Poor Jayjay is the unluckiest dog in the Stray Dogs Sanctuary. He came in after breaking his leg and has been in the rescue kennels since January 2017. After a while he went to a foster home, but had to come back into the kennels when his fosterer had family problems. After months in the kennels someone offered Jayjay a permanent home, but she brought him back after just one day because he cocked his leg indoors. She said that she couldn't live with a dog that does that! More months in kennels followed, then another home offer was made. It appeared to be a good one, but Jayjay was only there for about a week when it was discovered that his new owner had mislead the rescue about her circumstances and the home was not suitable for any of the rescue dogs. Recently Jayhay went to his fourth home and this time we were hopeful that this really would be his forever home, but unfortunately the other dog in the home reacted badly when Jayjay sniffed a small dog (he had a muzzle on and moved away as soon as he was told to, and he did no harm to the small dog) but his owner's other dog did. Yet again he has been brought back to the kennels through no fault of his own. Jayjay is a beautiful black greyhound with such a lovely nature and he deserves so much to find a home where he can happily spend the rest of his life. He can be the only dog as long as he is not left for more than about four hours a day, or he can live with another medium or big dog. Probably an experienced greyhound or lurcher owner would be best. PLEASE consider giving lovely Jayjay that home and the chance to have a wonderful Christmas this year instead of another one alone in his kennel. He is in the kennels in Dorset, but can go to a home outside this area.

Want to Adopt Jayjay?

If you would like to give Jayjay a new home, please contact the rescue on 01202 696685 and ask for Judy or send an email using the form if available.

Contact Form

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