Advert Description : Maya, is approx 2 years old, small sized dog. She is vaccinated, microchipped and will be neutered before rehoming.
Maya is one of our Romanian Rescues who is looking for a very special family of her own. She was abandoned by her owner in Romanian after being ran over by a car.
Maya is one of our wheely dogs who is getting on great in her foster home. She was originally diagnosed as being paralysed in her back legs, however due to ongoing exercises done by her foster carer Foxy is slowly getting feeling and use back in her back legs and tail. We are hopeful that by keeping up these exercises and hopefully giving Maya some Hydrotherapy that her mobility will continue to improve. She uses her wheelchair daily and loves nothing better than her daily walks with her foster sisters.
She is good with other dogs and cats and loves to please. Because of her wheelchair she would be best suited to a home with no children or children 6+.
She is one of the friendliest and most loyal dogs we have who really deserves a second chance in a home of her own - can you help?
If you would like more information please contact 07733 050347 (after 5.00 pm Mon-Fri) or email email@example.com including a valid email address and contact number
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We are a private rescue located in Edinburgh that rehomes dogs of any breed, age, shape and size to suitable homes locally. We do not have a rescue centre, we place dogs into foster homes and in emergency cases we will use private boarding kennels. We will carry out a homecheck on anyone interested in rehoming one of our dogs. We rehome throughout Scotland only. Our adoption donation is £125 minimum, as of 1st September 2013 this will increase to £175 per dog, we will also include a £50 contribution towards the neutering of any puppies or dogs unable to be neutered prior to rehoming, this will be paid direct to the chosen vet. Or £225 for a Romanian Rescue to cover transport costs to bring them here. All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and also neutered (where possible) before rehoming. Our website is www.anydogildorescue.org and has all our dogs available to view direct. If you should be interested in adopting a particular dog please complete our Adoption Enquiry form:http://www.anydogildorescue.org/adoption-form.html