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Lady
would like a new home

Whippet
Can you give Lady a new home

Lady

Breed: Greyhound
Age: 2 years
Sex: Bitch
Date Added: 26/11/2019

Rescue Information

Rescue: Greyhound Gap
Contact: Rose Marie
Website: www.greyhoundgap.org.uk
Telephone: Rose Marie on 01256 771819 (9am - 9pm)

About Me

Feast your eyes on our luscious Lady! Lady is actually a greyhound even though she is quite unusual looking and is just coming up to two years old.

When you first meet Lady she acts all shy and refined but don't be confused. She is a typical cheeky and very playful puppy. Lady is currently kenneled with Ivor and we do think that she needs to be rehomed with a male dog. She isn't happy when left completely alone without a companion hound but whilst she has dog company is perfectly content and settled.

Out and about Lady walks well on lead and has been great with all other dogs she has met so far both big and small but has only just stopped racing so will need sometime invested into her continued socialisation. Although she is kenneled she is clean in the mean so housetraining should not be an issue. She is NOT cat friendly but can be rehomed with dog savy children 6 years and upwards. Lady loves travelling, travels well and settles down to sleep.

Lady is vaccinated, kc vaccinated, de flead, de wormed, spayed, microchipped and has received a dental. She will also be rehomed with one months free insurance from Petplan.

Lady is currently in Stoke on Trent but can be rehomed nationally subject to a successful homvisit being carried out and all members of the immediate family and any resident dogs being willing to travel to meet her.

If you are interested in offering Lady a home in the first instance please complete the pre adoption questionnaire below

Want to Adopt Lady?

If you would like to give Lady 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.


Contact Form

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