Myrtle – 1 year old female Saluki Cross

Myrtle is a small Saluki mix female weighing about 14kg who is currently in Oman. She was rescued when she was just 3 weeks old from a construction site where she was in danger of being run over by vehicles. She is now 1.5 years old (Her dob is 02/07/2022).

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She is a timid girl who takes time to trust and get used to the new volunteers she meets but once she is used to you and knows you, she is friendly and affectionate.

She is leash trained and gets walked by the volunteers but she is scared of the big wide world so vehicles and loud noises scare her. For this reason, she would probably do better in a rural or semi-rural environment.

Myrtle has always been around other dogs and is mostly fine with them. She can get a bit tetchy on the lead but this could be due to her discomfort in an unfamiliar environment.

She could live in a home with other dogs (depending on the dog). She grew up with cats so could live with cats too.

She would suit a home with experienced owners or people who have the time and energy to invest in a little rescue dog. She has never been around children though so would be best in a child-free home.

Myrtle is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and ready to travel to the UK now.

Muscat Dog Adoption
Muscat Dog Adoption

For further details about adopting a dog from Muscat Dog Adoption, please contact the rescue by emailing muscatdogadoption@gmail.com

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

Our dogs are rescued from the streets of Oman where they live terrible lives, often suffering abuse, starvation, fatal car accidents and victims of shootings.

They’re primarily wadi dogs, a type of mixed breed sighthound and make wonderful pets. They’re incredibly loyal, loving and intelligent.

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