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Clodagh

Clodagh

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Clodagh

Clodagh is now looking for her forever home. She is a lurcher pointer cross of about a 1.5 years old. She is quite a big girl...around the height of a greyhound. Clodagh is a very affectionate dog who loves to spend her time by her human's side. She loves to be able to go with you wherever you go, and will walk loyally by your side. She is excellent both on and off the lead. She loves her walks and would like a home where there is somewhere that she can be taken for a nice long walk, and possibly have a run off lead so that she can stretch her legs. She gets on very well with other dogs ... she is sharing her foster home with a lurcher and a harrier hound. She also shared her run at the pound with other dogs, both male and female. She is extremely gentle and will stand quietly while you brush her, wash her, or give her any veterinary treatment. She is very lovable and is always delighted when she sees you...she will greet you with a wagging tail and a kiss. She is an active dog and will need a lot of exercise. She does not like to be left alone therefore a home with another dog will be a requirement. Clodagh has been spayed, chipped, and is fully vaccinated. If you would like to meet her with a view to adoption she is in a foster home and an appointment will be required. Please contact 0871279835 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). We ask for a minimum donation of €130 to partly offset veterinary eexpenses, a collar tag and licence are required to complete the adoption and a home visit applies.

Clodagh 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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