Can you help Foxy the Puppy and offer her a home to meet her needs?
Foxy is a small (at the moment), blue little girl, and very young (10 months old DOB 16.2.2012) but unfortunately she has a disability after her mum laid on her when she was a puppy. After speaking with veterinary surgeons they have suggested that her leg is no detriment to her and she would be better to stay as she is without any treatment or amputation as she has never know any other life other than that she knows now with her injury. She can absolutely fly round the paddock and is fine going for a walk. Foxy is a puppy and very happy, mischievous and would be very happy in an environment where her adoptive owners are used to puppies and bringing them up. She will be fine with children as she is so happy and adorable and is very fun loving. Foxy really needs to be homed somewhere where she has a big garden to run around in (grassy) and where she can have lots of adventures. She will need to be in a home where people are around because she loves to play tug, shake vet bed and generally have a good time. She would be fine with another greyhound and shares her bed with Rocky and they get on really well. If you were thinking of offering Foxy a home it is important to be able to pay for veterinary treatment if she needs it as it will not be possible to insure her deformed leg and this will have to be declared to the insurance company on homing.
If you would like to meet Foxy puppy she is resident at RGT East Midlands and Nottingham, Sutton on Trent, Newark, Notts NG23 6QR, visit the kennels or give us s a call on 01636 822032 e email@example.com