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2018-09-17 17:12:38Dogs
Adoption fee of €150, this covers chip, vaccinatio ...

Issac

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Contact If you have room in your heart and home for Issac then please contact Dogs Trust on 01 879 1000. They are based in Finglas, just off exit 5 on the M50. Map and directions can be found on their website www.dogstrust.ie. You can also find them on Facebook www.facebook.com/dogstrustirelandonline or Twitter @DogsTrust_IE
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Isaac is a stunning two year old male Collie cross who is looking for a patient and loving family. He is a sensitive soul who can be shy initially, but having the company of another canine friend helps him with his confidence. Isaac will need to live with another confident dog that will help him settle in and show him the ropes.

With the company of another doggy friend, Isaac should be fine left alone for a few hours throughout the day. He truly is a beautiful boy with a heart of gold who will blossom in the right environment. All he needs is somebody to give him a second chance in a loving and understanding home.

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Age Adult
Breed Collie Cross
Sex Male
Size Medium

Location

Dublin
Ashbourne Road Finglas Dublin 11

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