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Willow D

Willow D

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Willow D

Willow is a very sweet lass looking for her own second chance. She is a gorgeous natured dog and would thrive in a quiet home where she can come out of her shell in her own time. These terrific dogs are looking for suitable homes. They would love a home with the company of another dog, a confident friend to play with and to show them how to act in a home environment. They are looking for home with adults only or with children who are used to dogs and can provide them the space and respect they need while adjusting to their new lives. They will require a home with a secure garden/yard where they can safely play and will require ongoing training which will be the responsibility of their adopters. They are an active breed and the adopters must be able to commit to regular daily exercise suitable for their needs. They have great characters and are settling well life in the centre, they will need direction and patience from their adopters to subsequently adapt to home life, this may require professional dog training/classes to allow them to reach their full potential. These dogs were released to the ISPCA, part of a large scale operation from a Research Facility to find suitable adopters and homes where they can live out their days as companion pets. If Willow is the one for you, you can complete an application with this link, http://ispca.ie/rehoming/dog-rehoming-form, or you can call us on 043 3325035 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Your new best friend could be waiting.

Willow D is currently in the care of the.. Kildare and West Wicklow S.P.C.A

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All cats and dogs from the Kildare & West Wicklow SPCA are fully vaccinated, treated for worms & fleas and neutered (when of age). Dogs from the pound will also be microchipped. We request a rehoming fee of €100 for adult dogs & €75 for pups to partly offset our vet costs. A dog licence must be purchased for any dog originating from the pound'

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