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Roz

Roz

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Roz

Roz is a lovely German short haired pointer, aged about 8 months, who is now available for adoption. She is a great dog who gets on very well with other dogs, is friendly and affectionate, and loves her walks. She is a very lively dog and will need a home where she will get a lot of exercise and a lot of mental stimulation. She loves to retrieve and loves to play. She cannot go to a home that is not 100% secure with HIGH surrounds as she is a reincarnation of Houdini, her abilty to find a way out could be the reason she was found as a stray and we do not want a repeat of this, Please do not apply to adopt if you cannot provide her with a fully secure home, and cannot meet her exercise needs. She will be best suited to a home where her owners are very active and are prepared to give her a LOT of walking every day, A home where she will be left alone for long periods of time will not suit her. She is not a dog for someone who has not had a dog before, and she would probably be best in a home in a rural location. Roz is chipped, spayed and fully vaccinated, chip number 981020000575087, origin Ireland. She is currently living at our shelter outside Athgarvan, County Kildare, open 1-3pm Monday to Saturday. With expressions of interest please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or contact 0871279835. WE ask for a minimum donation of 150eiro to partly offset our veterinary and other fees, a collar tag and dog licence are required to complete the adoption, and a home visit applies. A 50 euro deposit is required to secure a booking.

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

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All dogs adopted from the Kildare and West Wicklow SPCA are fully vaccinated, microchipped, treated for worms and fleas and neutered (when of age).  We request a rehoming fee of €150 for a dog (€50 deposit required on booking).  A dog licence and a collar tag must be purchased before the final adoption takes place and a home visit applies.

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