Cooper – 1-2 year old male Cross-Breed

Cooper is a 1-2 year old male Cross-Breed. Cooper was rescued off the streets of Romania with his mum and siblings. He was looked after until he was able to travel to the UK and he arrive in early June with his brother Blue. During this time he was socialised around the owners very young children (10 months and 2.5 years) and lots of dogs of all shapes and sizes. They are both now in foster just outside Glasgow and are both fabulous well balanced young dogs. Cooper is a stunning little chap. He is a large small sized dog that will be probably a maximum of 9-10 kilos when fully grown and is just the happiest little dog. He is clean in the house, loves to play with the other dogs and above all loves a cuddle. Whoever adopts Coops will bag themselves a real cracker.

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Cooper has not yet been neutered and this will be a condition of his adoption that he is done as soon as he is old enough (and under vets advice). If you would like to offer him a home then please go onto the website and fill out the pre-adoption form Home check and adoption fee apply.

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For further details about adopting a dog from Saving Romanian Strays, based in Glasgow, Scotland, please email Please note this rescue performs home checks and offers post-adoption support. All dogs rehomed are vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered.
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