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Sasha
would like a new home

Whippet
Can you give Sasha a new home

Sasha

Breed: Lurcher
Age: about 4 years
Sex: Bitch
Date Added: 10/10/2019

Rescue Information

Rescue: Lurcher SOS
Contact: Laurie
Website: www.lurchersos.org.uk
Telephone:

About Me

Stunning Sasha is about 4 years old and has had a rough start to her life.

Sasha like many Lurcher SOS dogs, came from Ireland where she was unwanted and discarded. She was found in a very bad state, nearly bald with mange but our colleagues in Mo Chara Rescue in Ireland soon got her back to health. Today she is looking super and she has such a pretty coat of many colours and patterns.

Sasha is a very gentle and loving girl, but is scared of people she doesn't know. Once she knows you, she will no doubt want to give you cuddles and Sasha's cuddles are so very special. She would really benefit from a home with another hound who is confident. She is good on the lead and with other dogs. Loves her teddies and will often show some wondrous acrobatics when chasing her teddy round the garden.

Sasha will need a few meetings with any prospective adopter so this does need bearing in mind. But also worth bearing in mind, is how adorable and loving she is once the initial worry subsides and that trust is gained.

She is vaccinated, neutered, microchipped and treated for worms and fleas.

Fostered in Buckinghamshire.

UPDATE 21 MARCH 2020 - Due to the current COVID 19 Pandemic we feel it is only right that we suspend all adoptions until the danger is over. All our dogs are in foster homes and we cannot risk any of our foster homes possibly becoming ill through exposure to visitors.
Just as soon as we are able to we will once again be homing and ask you all to be patient during this most trying of times.

Not cat friendly.

No young children.

Want to Adopt Sasha?

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


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