Tigra – 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed

Tigra has been in a kennel for almost a year now in UK. She had been hit by a car and has sience unfortunately lost her back leg all together. Having 3 legs does not hold her back though as Tigra is a lively young lady who has no problem running around.

 

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Tigra enjoys walks on the lead and likes to be in the car also, she is a lively playful loving girl and gets on well with everyone. She has not been tested with the cats, but can be.

The fact that Tigra only has three legs not bother her so please dont let it bother you, she is a normal happy dog in evert other way.

Tigra is vaccinated, spayed, Eu passaport.

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