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Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Fri Nov 18, 2016 6:49 pm
by lauryc
Hi.
Lost our little dog last week and the other one is pining.
We need another one... hopefully to help our broken hearts mend too.

Laury

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Fri Nov 18, 2016 9:21 pm
by sueh21
So sorry for your loss........................you could look at Costa Blanca Dog Homing on FB....................X

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Fri Nov 18, 2016 9:22 pm
by sueh21

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Sat Nov 19, 2016 2:41 pm
by lauryc
Thanks I don't think I've checked that one.
Laury

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Sat Nov 19, 2016 3:01 pm
by TonyHoward
I took some friends over to SAT Animal Rescue, over at Dolores yesterday and they came back with a little gem of a puppy. They have a good variety and are really helpful. I have to take them back in a couple of weeks, for his last injection, microchip & a check over by the vet. They're well worth a visit.

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Sun Nov 20, 2016 1:57 pm
by lauryc
Thanks Tony. I looked on their website and couldn't see much in the small dogs section.
We are seeing a couple of dogs on Tuesday and if they are not suitable, I can pop round to Sats in case the web site is not up to date.

Laury

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Mon Nov 21, 2016 3:15 pm
by TonyHoward
lauryc wrote:Thanks Tony. I looked on their website and couldn't see much in the small dogs section.
We are seeing a couple of dogs on Tuesday and if they are not suitable, I can pop round to Sats in case the web site is not up to date.

Laury
They were very informative, on our visit and although they didn't have many small dogs, we were informed about each's particular temperaments and looked at the puppies as well. Although I have no intention of having a dog myself, as I wouldn't be able to spend the time required, there was a little grey pup that I liked and it became a bit of a toss-up, for our friend as to whether to wait for the pup to have it's first jabs, or have one that only needs one re-visit, for the final jab & microchip from the vet. There seem to be plenty of Rescue Centre's around - we tried to find one near the Police Station, opposite the Habaneras, but had no joy - it's supposed to be down the cul-de-sac, past the recycling centre. Another one to perhaps consider - if you can find it.

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Sat Nov 26, 2016 5:27 pm
by lauryc
Thanks. I rang Sats and we will be calling in this week.
We didn't look for the Torrevieja one as I saw before that someone had trouble finding it.
Laury

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Thu Dec 01, 2016 8:19 am
by TonyHoward
lauryc wrote:Thanks. I rang Sats and we will be calling in this week.
We didn't look for the Torrevieja one as I saw before that someone had trouble finding it.
Laury
The way we found it was, coming on the main road from San Fulgencio, carry on straight ahead, through the town (that's going straight ahead, around the island leading into Dolores), follow the main street, bearing right - through the town and continuing straight ahead, over the crossroads - it's the last building, on the left (probably, the best part of 1km further), opposite the field of cabbage.

Re: Looking for a small dog.

PostPosted:Mon Dec 05, 2016 5:07 pm
by sealord
I go to S.A.T. kennels almost every week, easy way is take Dolores to Elche road straight ahead from the fountain roundabout, there are some yellow railings on the left, turn left at them when you get to road with some signs turn right, follow the road you will find a few cars parked outside kennels, you are there then.