Carmen – 4 year old female Cross-Breed

Carmen is around 4 years old female Cross-Breed and spent a long time in the shelter but she is adjusting well to home life. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She is very friendly and has a great sense of fun. She loves going out for a walk and is just about house trained.

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Carmen is a little shy of men, not aggressive but tends to back away. Carmen is fine with other dogs but could go as an only as long as someone is around for a large part of the day.

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Leash of Life Wiltshire

Leash of Life Wiltshire

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Leash of Life in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, please telephone 07846 663896 or visit website Leashoflife.org.uk Leash of Life are a small Wiltshire based rescue which rescues dogs mainly from Romania, but also some local. They place dogs in local foster homes to assess before homing and all dogs are microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered. All potential adopters are home-checked and post-adoption support is offered.
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