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Gizmo (RSPCA Essex South West, Waltham Abbey)

This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.
12th January 2014

Gizmo (RSPCA Essex South West, Waltham Abbey)

posted in Rehomed Dogs |

13/1/2014 The RSPCA Essex South West branch have been inundated with offers of a new home for Gizmo and subject to a home check, she will be leaving very soon. What wonderful news.

Gizmo is a female Jack Russell Terrier cross; she is 12 years old and has some health problems. RSPCA Essex South West Branch in Waltham Abbey are looking for a very special person to care for Gizmo. She is okay with other dogs but unknown with cats. If being re-homed with a family, older children only please. She was abandoned by her previous owner when she needed them most.

She is an absolute sweetie, a real darling and would make an ideal lap dog. She loves any attention and is very affectionate and loving.

Gizmo has been examined by a vet but because of her age and the nature of her health problems (mammary tumours) he feels it is too much of a major operation and the kindest thing is to let nature take its course. So Gizmo is looking for a home where she can spend the rest of her days being pampered and spoilt. RSPCA Essex South West Branch will be able to help with any veterinary costs but please speak to a member of the kennels staff to confirm the details.

There must be a special person, couple or family out there who can help little Gizmo. She needs some tender loving care for however long she has left. The RSPCA Essex South West Branch will do all they can to assist you with her.

Please phone the RSPCA Essex South West kennels for further information.

01992 892881 (11am-3pm Mon-Sat)

Please mention that you saw Gizmo on the Oldies Club website

Tags: Calmer and Quieter, Good with kids, Good with other dogs, Needs someone around most of the time, Small and Cute, South East, Special Needs
This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.
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