Norman – 3 month old male Saluki Cross

Norman, a 3 month old male Saluki cross puppy, was born in February 2024 and had a rough start in life, being found abandoned in a bin as a newborn.

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Fortunately, a vigilant municipal worker discovered him and promptly reached out for assistance.

Since then, Norman has been in the care of a foster home, where he received round-the-clock care, including bottle feeding by his foster mum until he was old enough to transition to solid food.

Currently residing in a foster home in Oman, Norman has thrived under the loving care of his foster family, which includes two adult dogs.

These canine companions have provided him with invaluable socialization and taught him important doggy manners, filling the void left by the absence of his biological mother.

Additionally, Norman shares his home with two cats, fostering a harmonious environment where he has grown accustomed to living alongside feline friends.

Although still in Oman, plans are underway to prepare Norman for travel to the UK, a process expected to take 3-4 months. By September 2024, when he reaches the age of 6-7 months, Norman will be ready to embark on his journey to his forever home.

He is already fully vaccinated and will undergo neutering before his departure from Oman.

For those willing to invest time and energy in a loving rescue puppy, Norman presents an opportunity to welcome a beautiful addition to their family.

Those interested in adopting Norman are encouraged to reach out for more information and take the first step towards providing him with a loving home.

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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