Cally – 5 year old female Cross-Breed

Cally is approximately 5 years old about 40 cms in height and 11-12 kgs. A lively, lovable and very intelligent dog, with lots of energy. She loves plenty of stimulation and play and loves being stroked and fussed over! Cally was adopted from Spanish Stray Dogs two years ago and has come on very well however, is a little too lively for her elderly owner who has failing health. She would suit someone who is able to give her attention and a reasonably firm hand.

Cally is about 40cm tall and is not best suited to a family with cats and she is wary of other dogs if they come too close – so probably best as an ‘only dog’. Currently Cally is in Essex but can be adopted anywhere in the UK.

Adoption fee of 150 pounds and homecheck apply.

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Spanish Stray Dogs UK (SSDUK)
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Spanish Stray Dogs UK (SSDUK), please contact their UK representative (based in Fife) by emailing Please note, adoption fees apply of £350 for non sponsored dogs or £150 for sponsored dogs. Spanish Stray Dogs UK is a UK registered charity set up in 2012. Our SCIO charity number is SC043486 and we are regulated by the OSCR. We search for kind, caring, patient forever families in the UK to adopt Spanish Stray dogs that have been rescued from the streets of Spain. Our dogs have mostly known sadness, cruelty and have only known a life of neglect and abuse. If you would like to offer one of our dogs a home please contact us. As well as searching for forever families to adopt our dogs, we also fund-raise for money that can help pay transport costs and cover things like vet bills for our dogs. We also constantly collect donations of flea and tick products, treats, toys, and light weight blankets to send to the dogs in Spain.
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