Darragh is a lovely medium sized cross-breed female dog with a short coat. She is currently in the care of RSDR waiting for someone to offer her a loving home. On the 15th July 2014 we spotted one little pup on the road behind the petrol station. When we stopped, two other little pups came over. They were obviously used to people and wanted to be friends although they were still a little timid. All the pups were ill with an infection when we first rescued them but they responded to antibiotics and treatment. They became more confident and all are very affectionate.
They love a fuss from people and have been great with other pups. They should be around medium height but they are quite fine boned so we don’t think they will be particularly heavy dogs. Darragh loves to play with the other dogs and should learn to get on with cats if introduced gently.
Darragh has been lead trained and loves her daily walks. Darragh would make an ideal family pet as she has been vaccinated, micro-chipped, treated for fleas and wormed and comes with her own pet passport.