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Rudozem Street Dog Rescue

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Animals on this page are urgently needing to be re-homed or fostered, either due to an adoptant no longer being able to take care of them, or other circumstances out of RSDR's control.  If you can adopt please go to our Adopt page and fill out an adoption questionnaire for your relevant country.  Press here to be an emergency foster carer for RSDR.

**Please note that size, coat type and in some cases age, are only estimates based on the dogs and cats at the time that they are with us. Where it is known, we do give the exact date of birth, but for many kitten and cats found on the streets, this isn't always possible. With some dogs and cats that we have found on the streets and don't know anything of their parentage, it can sometimes be difficult to predict their adult size.**




Gender: Female

Born: 2016

Size: Medium

Spayed/Neuter: Yes

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Willow is a one-year-old, medium sized female who was abandoned at the shelter, along with her two sisters, in August 2016.

In September 2016, Willow was adopted and made the long trip to the UK. She has lived with her current adopter for almost a year but after an incident where Willow growled at their five-year-old grandchild, we have been asked to re-home her as they cannot afford to seek help and guidance from a behaviourist.

Willow's adopter describes her as a 'friendly dog, quiet and obedient with a medium energy level'. She is currently walked for 2-3 hours each day and is happy to be left for a couple of hours at a time. Willow knows some basic commands and is toilet trained. She is great off lead in the park and plays with other dogs or her ball. She also happily lives with two kittens- sharing her bed and playing with them.

Willow can share a home with other dogs and cats. She is fine with people she knows but may need a little reassurance and support when new people come to the home.

We are looking for an active home with a family who will allow Willow to settle in her own time and help her build confidence with new people. She has been fine with her adopter’s 14-year-old grandchild so we would be happy for her to go to a home with respectful teenagers.

Willow has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated and comes with her own pet passport.