If you are thinking about adopting a pair of Oldies, you may want to read our article Are Two Oldies better than One?
24/2/13 Miranda and Molly found a new home together, but shortly after rehoming, Miranda was found to have a huge tumour and sadly had to be put to sleep. Thankfully, Molly has new canine friends in her new home.
Miranda and Molly are mother and daughter German Shorthaired Pointers who are being rehomed with the help of the GSP Rescue Service. They are currently at home in Tyne and Wear, but their owners are emigrating to Australia soon.
Miranda is 14, very fit, but is going slightly deaf. Molly is her daughter, aged 11.
They are both good in every way, except that they don’t like cats! They are excellent with children and good with other dogs, and fine to be left alone for a few hours. They are both spayed, docked, and have their vaccinations up to date.
They need a really special home together. GSP Rescue Service’s ideal scenario would be to rehome them with an existing dog so that when Miranda has gone, Molly isn’t left all alone.
If youa re interested in Miranda and Molly, please contact Gilly of the GSP Rescue Service as follows:
Mobile: 07860 442140
Please mention that you saw them on the Oldies Club website.