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Beautiful and rare, young tan and white long rough coat Podenco girl, 2 years of age. Is nervous when she first meets new people but she is getting much better as she is round people all day in the shelter now, and once acquainted she’s up for cuddles and tummy rubs.
Poor girl does not appear to have been walking on a lead so is rather perplexed by the idea of being led around, but again we are giving her plenty of practice at this.
Quinty is a lovely gentle girl with lots of love to give and is becoming more affectionate as she blossoms. She loves playing with a ball and is quite happy to play on her own, but she does like to company and guidance of other dogs.
She presently has two female kennel mates and they all get on great and play nicely together
She has met cats, at first she was interested in them but when they showed no interest in her she lost interest in them.

We are looking for a home with a dog already for Quinty.

Her Best Points :

Gentle loving funny and playful , plus she’s very pretty

Dog Details :

Breed : Rough coat Podenco

Age : 2 years

Gender: female

Height: 50 cm

Weight: 14.2 kg

Living with dogs : yes

Living with cats : yes

Living with children : over 10 years

Health: no health issued notified

Neutered: yes

Current location
In Spain and traveling to the UK at the end of February for foster

Adoption Fee : £275 – to be paid direct to the Spanish rescue to cover travel costs via UK bank account

Categories
Can Live with cats
Can live with other dogs
Can live with children

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Leaving dogs a long time on their own means they are highly likely to develop separation anxiety which is distressing for them and everyone in their new home.

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