Suzy – 1-2 year old female Lurcher Cross

Suzy is a 1-2 year old female Lurcher Cross. She just wants an owner to love. Suzy is about 23″ to the shoulder and we have been told. She arrived in our care with her 3 puppies and appears to have had multiple litters.

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Suzy’s rather lost now her pups have been rehomed or gone into foster care. Dear Suzy needs a person to bond with, who she will follow like a shadow.

Suzy’s such a nice-natured dog and will make someone a lovely devoted companion. She’s not food or toy-oriented, she just wants a special human she can be with. Suzy has had limited experience of the world so is rather nervous.

Likely, she may never be able to go off-lead in public spaces as she may bolt in fear; so she will need a secure garden where she can run around. Suzy wants to be friendly but is very wary of strangers.

Suzy will need a quiet, settled home with no noisy young children to spook her. Suzy could live as an only dog if someone was around for much of the time. Pending successful introductions she could live with another calm, placid dog.

Suzy is not suitable to live with cats or other small furries. Suzy had been living outside; she may have never lived in a house before. Therefore she may need housetraining and gentle introductions to noisy appliances such as hoovers and washing machines.

Lurcher Link Rescue
Lurcher Link Rescue

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Lurcher Link is a specialist Lurcher rescue, set up in 2003. We have a small kennel block that can house up to 18 dogs and a small, shaded exercise pen, which is fully secure with 8-foot fences. More dogs are in foster care. We rehome to anywhere in the UK.

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