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German Shepherd Rescued from Streets of Bulgaria

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Rescue organisation name: TwitchyNoses
Rescue contact details/website address: http://twitchynoses.org
Does the animal have rescue back up?: Not in UK {if anyone can help be great}
Current location: Bulgaria


Type/Breed/Variety: German Shepherd (probably not 100% pure)
Name(s): Levi
Sex: Male
Age(s): Around 2 years old we think
Colours: Brown, black

Neutered: Will be in next couple of weeks
De-flea'ed: Yes
Wormed: Yes
Vaccinated: Will be soon

Reason for rehoming: Found on streets in Bulgaria is poor state

Temperament: Very affectionate, learning to play, great with people, fine with other dogs.

Medical problems: Had bad skin and bald patches from fungal infection when found. And was very weak on back end and very underweight. Now fur growing back and recovering well.

Has the animal been assessed: Assessed in foster

Is transport available: Will be organised to UK

Other information (optional):

Levi was seen on the side of the road in Bulgaria. Another organisation saw him but did not pick him up but appealed for help. We managed to arrange transport to a clinic, even though he was 4 or more hours away from us. He was treated there initially and then he was transported to our village, where a friend is fostering him. He lives with them and their 2 other dogs. Currently he lives outside with a shelter and a large secure garden.

He is a large dog and needs someone experienced with large dogs and particularly the GSD breed. He has shown no aggression and is submissive with the other 2 dogs there. He is learning basic commands and loves human attention. He is not cat tested and has not met young children either.

He will shortly be castrated and vaccinated.

We usually work with one rescue in the UK who help us re-home the dogs we take in from Bulgaria (usually only a handful every 3 or 4 months) but they cannot really take larger dogs. Thus we are hoping to find him a private home. However, we are wary that this could mean there is no rescue back up which we are always loathe to do so any help there would be appreciated.


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