Sara – 9 month old female Irish Wolfhound Cross

Sara is a 9 month old female Irish Wolfhound Cross. Sara the white one, rescued from the streets of Romania and brought to the UK for foster, in the hope of finding her a loving home and the chance of a better life. A life where she wont have to worry where her next meal is coming from, wonder if the next person she meets is going to beat her or even kill her and not having to worry about being killed or seriously injured in the fight for food. Sara was very nervous when she first arrived in the UK. Sara is a well mannered dog, clean in the house and likes to sleep in her crate on a night time.

 

Sara gets nervous around new people and children, but once she gets to know them she is fine and has shown no aggression with the nervousness. She would benefit from a home with another dog and she loves canine company as you can see from the picture. Sara is gradually getting over her nervousness but still needs that time and patience. She has settled well into her foster home and now it is time to find her that forever home. Sara is raring and ready to go.

Sara is fully vaccinated, Dewormed, Deflead, Chipped and has an EU passport. Any potential adopter can be put in touch with the foster and arrangements to meet Sara can also be organised.

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