MEET HORACE - Saluki cross
Part of adoption
Good with other dogs:
Good with children:
Good with cats:
UNDER SAD CIRCUMSTANCES WE WELCOME HORACE. PUPPY SALUKI BULL LURCHER WITH BROKEN LEG
This young man is gorgeous. He sadly has come into our care as a stray with a badly broken front leg. Horace is approx eight months and has had a tough life and clearly been used for cruel sport. He underwent emergency surgery which is now starting to heal. He has a visit to the vets every other day to have his dressing changed and to be monitored. The break has been very severe so regular checkups are needed. Horace is very loving and very sweet and will be a large dog once fully grown. He is a typical puppy with adventure and yet has seen nothing in life. We as always move forward and work hard to find Horace the life of love and luxury he needs. He needs a dedicated home and human who are willing to take on a young dog and eventually offer guidance and training. At the moment it is essential that we keep Horace calm and as immobile as possible so his leg can heal. We are now searching for a foster home local to S81 0TP (Near Blyth, Worksop) where someone can do regular visits to the vets. The foster needs to be a home with a view to adoption. Please please get in touch to discuss.
THE HOME OUR YOUNGSTER NEEDS.
Horace needs a foster home with a view to adopt. He is adorable however needs a home that have time to dedicate due to essential recovery from his broken leg. Horace is unable to walk at present but once healed he will be an active youngster who hasn't had any stability or training. Are you that special human being that can offer Horace and our charity the support needed. All veterinary bills for Horaces leg injury will be supported now and in the following months by our charity. Please please get in touch. Please call to discuss further.
Please contact us at Good Life with information about yourself and the home you can offer any of our dogs. Alfie is yet another dog in need. Please consider our rescue dogs for adoption today. We help a huge amount of abandoned dogs left waiting at the Yorkshire stray kennels and in very difficult situations. Help and support is always appreciated.
We encourage adoption and invite anyone with misconceptions of rescue dogs to come and meet some very special hounds in our care. We are very active and fly a flag high for the rescue bull breeds from local stray kennels in Yorkshire. We work hard to rehabilitate and help dogs forget a difficult past life. Please support us and the work we do. We exist entirely without staff and with very few volunteers. Our passion for the welfare of stray and abandoned dogs is what keeps our charity afloat along with some amazing support from rescue supporters.