Red is an 11 month old female Saluki Cross. She is a really beautiful little Saluki mix who flew to the UK from Oman in December 23. She is a mixed breed sighthound and weighs about 15kg, currently in foster in Taunton.

Red and her two siblings were discovered next to the body of their dead mother when they were about a month old. The couple who found them, couldn’t leave them to their fate so they picked them up and took them all home to foster. As adoptions are almost non existent in Oman, they brought Red back to the UK with them.

Red is now 11 months old and has grown up in a home environment so is house and toilet trained.

Red needs kind, patient and experienced dog owners. She is still learning about the big wide world and is sensitive to traffic and unfamiliar sights and sounds. She is currently living with a little pug and is spending a lot of time around the foster’s grandchildren who she is very good with. She was also very good with the stray cats on the compound in Oman.

Red could therefore live with other pets with careful introductions or she could be an only pet. She loves the company of her humans so would love a home where there’s someone about, at least at first until she gets settled. She could live with dog experienced, sensible children who know how to respect a dog’s space. A garden would be great as she’s still young and playful.

Adopters in or close to Taunton would be great as Red will require a few meet n greets.

She is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and was recently given flea and worm treatment prior to her travel to the UK.

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Muscat Dog Adoption
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For further details about adopting a dog from Muscat Dog Adoption, please contact the rescue by emailing

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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