Beth is a stunning 9 year old 3 legged little saluki x whippet x collie girl.
I honestly cannot sing this canny little dogs praises enough. Beth is currently staying in the kennels house here in Gapland as one of 13 dogs. She is a tiny little dote but don't let that small angelic face fool you she is a little minx and is coming out of her shell more and more each day. Beth has been fabulous with all the other dogs she has met but is a little bossy! She is currently residing in the living room with Rose, Aggie and Scarlett and Rolo. Luckily for her they are very laid back as occasionally her saluki mouth takes over and she can’t help but order them around. There is nothing malicious with her though. Beth adores her people also and has had a terrible time after her elderly owner suffered a fatal accident. Until then she had lived as an only dog.
She lost her leg in a road traffic accident but don't let that fool you she seems to get younger everyday and loves her walks and runs off lead. Beth would love a home where she can rule the roost and most definitely be some ones darling. Although she is fine to live in a mixed pack as long as the other dogs are very laid back she would be equally happy we feel as an only dog with someone around all or most of the time or as a companion to one lone male or even the right female. She is a bit of a typically picky saluki eater especially when she is warming to you but travels well and seems to be fine with children. She would like a calmer quieter home though so any resident children would need to be 8 years and upwards. Beth is NOT cat friendly.
Beth is vaccinated, kc vaccinated, de flead, de wormed, microchipped, spayed and has received a dental. Beth is currently located in Stoke on Trent but can be rehomed nationally subject to a successful homevisit being carried out. For more information or to offer Beth a home in the first instance please complete the pre adoption questionnaire below
If you would like to give Beth a new home, please contact the rescue on Rose Marie on 01256 771819 (9am - 9pm) and ask for Rose Marie or send an email using the form if available.
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