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Skye

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Contact If you have room in your heart and home for Skye 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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Description

Skye is a wonderful, fun-loving four year old Staffordshire terrier cross girl. She is full of life and loves to play games, her favourite being fetch! Skye loves other dogs and is happiest when she has a doggy pal by her side. She likes to keep busy, whether it is lapping up attention, going on a walk or putting her clever mind to use with dog treat puzzles.

 


Skye would love a quiet home with a patient family; a dog in the home would also be great! She needs an understanding family who will help her gain more confidence around people, but with some time and lots of love, she will make a fantastic addition to a very lucky family.

Specific details

Age Adult
Breed Staffordshire Terrier Cross
Sex Female
Size Medium

Location

Dublin
Ashbourne Road Finglas Dublin 11

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