Two loving, friendly, female dogs needing their own forever homes
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Terri and Amy are at the Gozo SPCA Centre in Victoria. These two lovely female dogs have been waiting for the forever homes for quite a while. The Centre volunteers cannot understand why they keep being overlooked, they are both happy, loving dogs.
Terri is a Labrador/Tal fenek cross and about 4 years old, following lots of tender loving care, she has now got some weight back, and looks a bit heavier than she did in the photo above. Amy is a female mixed breed, she is medium size and about 1 year old. She is a great dog full of love she gets on well with other dogs and enjoyed going walking with lots of different people. She has bags of energy and loves to run around with her tail wagging! She will make a good family dog.
The Centre said that they have been neutered and micro chipped, they are both friendly and get on well with other dogs.
These 2 gentle girls were rescued from the streets last year in Gozo in a bad way after trying to survive on their own. They are now back to full health and all they need to make their future a happy one is a loving, forever home.
The Centre said that they currently have no room at the Centre for medium or large dogs, until some are rehomed.
If anybody thinks that they can help with a loving home for either Terri or Amy, or any of the other animals at the Gozo SPCA centre, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact them on 21553769 and 99475199 or visit their website at: http://www.spca-gozo.org/ or their facebook page.
Any of the animals can be reserved for rehoming and a gallery is available which features many of the dogs and cats that are currently in need of new homes.
There are also other ways that you can help Gozo SPCA, either by sponsoring one of the animals at the Centre, or by making a contribution, which can be done by SMS – available from all Malta based mobile phones:
€1.16 – 50616116
€2.33 – 50617375
€4.66 – 50618061
€6.99 – 50618904
€11.65 – 50619204.
Photos: ABM/ Gozo SPCA