Sory – 9 year old male English Setter

Sory is a nine-year-old male English Setter.

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This energetic dog boasts a strong build and a stunning coat. Despite his age, Sory remains remarkably lively and affectionate. He forms strong attachments to people and eagerly responds when called, always seeking attention and affection.

Currently residing in North Spain, Sory is part of a shelter where he coexists harmoniously with another Setter boy, showcasing his amicable nature with fellow dogs.

Having undergone cat testing, Sory displayed disinterest in felines. However, caution is advised when introducing him to a new cat in a home setting, as preferences may evolve.

Sory’s golden years are filled with warmth and charm, making him a delightful companion. His previous hunter relinquished him to make room for younger dogs, emphasizing his readiness for a loving home.

Born on 1st September 2014, Sory is a seasoned canine with a wealth of affection to offer.

Anyone considering bringing Sory into their home can find him at Setter Brittany Pointer Rescue.

Although currently in North Spain, Sory’s bags are packed, and he eagerly awaits the journey to his special home in the UK. Could your home be the one he’s been waiting for?

Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue
Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue

For further details about adopting a dog from Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue, please email: dogsblog4SeBPRA@gmail.com

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

We help rehome unwanted hunting dogs from Northern Spain. Many of these dogs are either abandoned or taken to kill shelters by their previous owners.

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