Say hello to Ivy (AAR 1872)

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Available to adopt

Hi, my name is Ivy. I'm a female dog and I'm 5 weeks old. I'll be neutered when I'm old enough. As I'm still only young, I haven't spent much time with other dogs, cats or children yet. I'll be getting socialised with them soon and we'll keep you posted. I'll start my vaccinations and get my chip and passport as soon as I'm old enough.

When I was just a few days old a very nasty person put me and my brothers and sister in a tied plastic bag and threw us away with the rubbish. But my destiny was to live and that's just what I am doing. I am in a foster home with one of my brothers and we are fed special puppy milk from a bottle. My foster mum says I am a greedy little girl and would probably empty every bottle if she let me! well its very tasty and I enjoy it. Life is now getting very interesting as I have just opened my eyes, wow, there's lots of things to get used to in my world. Well that's about all I can say about me at the moment. No one knows who my mum and dad were and I don't remember them so I have no idea how big I will be or what breed I am so here's what you have to do. I have my very own page on the AAR website If you take a look at it from time to time you will see more photo's of me as I grow and more information about my development. Then, if you like me, and who wouldn't? you can adopt me in Spain when I am around 8 weeks old but can reserve me now. When I am around 16 weeks old I will be able to be adopted to other European Countries. Apparently they need to give me injections and a microchip and passport first though.

Please contact us if you would like more information on Ivy.

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