MARY - Sweet Staffy cross Whippet
Part of adoption
Good with other dogs:
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MEET MARY - ONE VERY SPECIAL SAD LADY
Mary has come into our care as one very sad girl with a dampened spirit. We collected her from the stray kennels where she had come into care still producing milk for puppies. Desperately underweight with a poor coat and a belly full of worms and a heartbroken demeanour this girl had suffered neglect. Mary needs a very special someone and a loving home. She is now on medication to dry up her milk and she will be seen by our vet again this weekend. She is a very sweet, small lady who needs lots of TLC and home comforts galore. At present Mary is bewildered at losing her puppies and is a dog with a very sad stroppy to tell. We as always feel the pain of the stray dogs who have no voice and have a wounded soul. Mary is 7 years old and has probably produced many litters for a human. We ensure that her days of breeding are well and truly over and from this day forward a special life begins. Anyone wishing to consider a lady in need please read on.
THE HOME MARY NEEDS
Mary needs and deserves a life of luxury and a brand new start. She has over the last few days started to wag her tail. She loves to be out in the fresh air and finds waking near traffic a little scary. We are building her confidence and hoping that we can find her a very loving adopter that will offer her the comforts and luxury she truly deserves as soon as possible. Mary is possibly best suited as an only dog although we haven't has yet put her under any pressures of mixing with other dogs. Due to a sad existence we feel she needs a human home where she will be the apple of your eye and have the limelight on her. A home where she will not be left for long hours is best suited as we feel she needs all the company and closeness from an adopter. Please get in touch if you eel you are that special person/couple that can offer this beautiful lady the unconditional love she needs. Anew start and a past best forgotten is what we aim for at Good Life.
It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs and dogs left in difficult circumstances. Anyone wishing to discuss any dogs or needing more information about our charity and the work we do then please telephone for an informal chat or email us via our adopt button on this page with details about yourself and the dog you are enquiring about. Lifestyle details are important when considering adoption. All our rescue dogs have different needs. Good Life Dog Rescue exists without staff. We run completely on few volunteers and pay no wages. Please get in touch if you can offer any of our dogs a forever home. Click on the adoption form and complete an application. Thank you.