Izzy – 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed

Izzy is a 1-2 year old female Cross-Breed. She grew up in the rescue kennel and is in foster in Lincolnshire. She has done so well to be brought into such a strange living environment with my pack of 9 dogs.

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Izzy is such a clever girl and very quickly learns toilet training. She has adapted perfectly to having a collar, harness and lead on. Lead walking will be in progress.

Izzy has no separation anxiety and sleeps well overnight as long as she has another dog with her, although she can be a bit dominant with other dogs, so a calm, confident dog of her size or larger would be fine.

Given the right training and boundaries, she will be a stunning family member. She is calm and beautiful with humans. No cats and no young children.

A Promise to Felix Rescue
A Promise to Felix Rescue

For further details about adopting a dog from A Promise to Felix Rescue, please contact Michele by emailing promisetofelix@gmail.com or telephoning 07757304555

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post adoption support is offered.

A Promise to Felix Dog Rescue started as an idea to help a little pup called Felix come over to the UK from Romania and find him a lovely forever home.

The dogs in Romania and other countries are often treated as vermin. They are tortured, abused and thrown out onto the streets as trash.

An idea for one little dog has become so much more and with wonderful supporters many more dogs will be aided in escaping the brutality they receive.

This is a group that are passionate about helping these dogs in need and although still very small in comparison to other rescue groups, can only go from strength to strength with your support.

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