Gracie – Turkey – Adopted

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Sex: Female
Size: Medium
Age:  Approx 6-7 months
Golden Retriever Mix
Have I been spayed? I will be before I travel
Energy needs? Medium – High
Can I live with children?
I can live with children
Can I live with dogs? I can live with other dogs
Can I live with cats? I have not been tested with cats
Where will she travel from? Turkey – ready in June

Gracie was locked in a government shelter and faced certain death. We rescued her and placed her into foster for 3 months where she grew up with a young child and learned a little about what home comforts were.

She is now at our trusted boarding facility for her final few months before travel. She was nervous when she first arrived because she had never been around so many dogs before but she has settled in well now as a great member of ‘the pack’.

Gracie really enjoys the company of both people and dogs. She is playful and loves to run around with and dodge other dogs but is also respectful of how she approaches them. She seems to have a submissive character.

Her ideal home would be in a non-built up area with access to lots of lovely walks. She would do well with an active family who will take her on lovely outdoor excursions. She would be happy living with or without another dog but we think her confidence would grow more quickly with another dog around the house.

Please note: with travel how it is at the moment, we are unable to travel to Turkey to meet the dogs ourselves and we rely on limited information provided to us by those that run the boarding facilities at which we keep our dogs. The dogs’ profiles are based on what they tell us and what we have seen in footage shared with us of the dogs. If you are looking at adopting a dog through us, please understand that most if not all of our dogs have come from the streets or backgrounds of neglect. They are generally not used to home environments and they need adopters who will unfailingly support them, committing 100% to rehabilitating them and getting them to their happiest and thriving state. They will need time and patience and adopters who will put in the work and research to prepare to support them as best they can. If you are not prepared for this, please do not apply. A dog is for life. A dog is family. We expect our adopters to understand this.

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