Pennella Harris – 3 year old female Cross-Breed

Meet Pennella Harris. Penne is a 3 year old Cross-Breed who traveled from Romania. She’s spent 2 years in a rescue shelter, with little hope of a home. Now, this girl has endured over 2,000 miles to the United Kingdom. We hope to find that special home, to call her own. Clean in the house, good on the lead, loves affection and attention, could happily live with another dog, good with over 7 resident dogs, very good with all 4 resident cats, well behaved at the Vets, Happy to be handled, and easy to lift at only 14kg.

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Penne is a small/medium sized dog who measures around 16-17″ at the shoulder. Very much an easy dog to manage. She has no aggression with her food, not overly bothered with toys as they are a new concept for her. Fully vaccinated, wormed, flea treated, microchipped, neutered/spayed, health checked and vaccinated against rabies.

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Walker's Creek Rescue Cambridgeshire
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Walkerscreek Rescue in Cambridgeshire, please contact Lee or Claire by emailing or telephoning 0785 323 5843. We re-home dogs anywhere in the U.K. This means that you can apply if you have a U.K postal code. All dogs are re-homed subject to a successful home-check, terms and a rehoming fee.
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