Dog Rescue: Scout

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Scout is a dog for adoption

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Ref: RDR001390
January 2018
Black and beige
Dog friendly:
Cat friendly:
I`m available for adoption!

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My story

Scout is a striking black and beige Malinois, a majestic sight despite his lack of sight. Born in January 2018, this large, grown-up male exhibits a serene and sociable temperament. His life, shrouded in darkness due to blindness, is a poignant reminder of resilience. Scout's calm exterior masks his fear of being alone, craving the security of a loving home where reassurances bring tranquility. Beyond his disability, Scout embodies a spirit of courage, ready to give and receive love. He's not just seeking a home; he's looking for a place to thrive and share his unwavering canine spirit

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Important notice!
  • All dogs are now in Moreni, Dambovita county, Romania;
  • Preparation for adoption may take 3-4 weeks for adults and 2 months for puppies (some dogs may be ready to go anytime, just check the "ready to travel" section or ask us any time);
  • The adopter supports all the costs.
How to give Scout a home

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Ways you can help dogs like Scout have a better life

The best way to help Scout is to adopt. If that`s not an option, then maybe you can support us by donating a small amount to our cause. Please try to donate a small sum but on a monthly basis. This way we can control our finances more easily and be much more efficient in our work. Even 2£ per month can make a big difference for our dogs!

We need urgent rehoming