Orca not with us yet ON TRIAL

These dogs are in need of a home but not with us in rescue.
This may be because we dont have room yet, the owners want to keep dog with them until home is found out because we are trying to help someone or rescue with a dog. Normal application and vetting procedures still apply to these dogs

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Orca not with us yet ON TRIAL

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This lovely girl Orca is 11 months old well trained and lovely nature she does have a condition called Elbow dysplasia. ( ED ) so she is not now suitable as a working dog so we are seeking a new home for her .
She should have a lovely life but exercise would be limited and controlled as she matures so only a family or owner who would be happy to adopt a dog with this condition and is approved to adopt must contact us.
Please make contact bearing in mind the information below times etc


***** How is elbow dysplasia treated in dogs?
Elbow dysplasia is sometimes hereditary, and most commonly affects medium/large breeds. Symptoms of elbow dysplasia can often be managed with exercise control, weight control, physiotherapy and pain relief. Some dogs also benefit from surgery.painful condition.******


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