Simba – 9-10 week old male Collie cross Lurcher

Simba is a 9-10 week old collie cross lurcher. He was an unwanted puppy and is coming on very well now here with us and looking for a new home where someone will continue his training. His vaccinations have been started and he will be microchipped, as part of his adoption he will need to be castrated when old enough. He needs a home where someone is around and has either had similar breeds in the past or has researched them. As we do not know his breeding we would guess he is going to be medium size but this is just a guideline. He is living with another puppy at the moment and it would be nice for him to live with another dog but not necessary.

 

If you would like to apply or have more information about Simba please complete an application form www.k9interventions.co.uk a home check and donation is required.

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For further details about adopting a dog from K9interventions in Weston, Hertfordshire please email k9interventions@btinternet.com or call and leave a message on 01462 790844 or or 07904560583
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