Kyra

Some support
  • Lurcher
  • 8 months
  • Female
  • Admitted March 2022
  • Ref:144734

Kyra is an adolescent dog, is eager to learn and still finding the odd bit of mischief to get herself into.
3 legs won't stop her achieving anything she wants too, she's so much fun.

Support and Health

How much training will I need?

Some support

Kyra is an adolescent dog, is eager to learn and still finding the odd bit of mischief to get herself into.
3 legs won't stop her achieving anything she wants too, she's so much fun.

Can I be left alone?

No

Kyra needs a little further training before she can be left home on her own if she is the only dog in the home. If she's rehomed with an existing dog she can be left at home with the other dog for short periods.
Housetraining in her foster home is progressing well and she's starting to ask to go out.

Do I have any medical conditions?

Existing conditions

Left hind leg amputation - ongoing recovery needed

Who I can live with

Can I live with dogs?

Yes

Can I live with cats?

No

Can I live with small pets?

Yes

Additional information

If Kyra was to live with another dog it should ideally be of a similar size, she enjoys their company and a dog that matches her play style but is a slightly older role model is ideal.
She loves meeting other dogs on her walks and is always eager to go and say hi, initiating play.

Family and environment

What kind of family am I looking for?

Kyra can live with children aged 7 years and over. As she's now in her adolescent stage she can get over the top in play and mouthy at times.
She's very much a social butterfly who likes to meet everyone.
Despite all she's been through at the vets she loves her visits as she knows she'll get lots of fuss and treats.

What type of environment would suit me?

She would love her own garden to charge around in and have zoomies once she's fully healed.

About Kyra

Kyra was bought to us as a stray with a severely broken foot and despite a huge level of dedication from our vets and nurses, due to further complications, it was decided the best for Kyra moving forward was to amputate her leg. She's now loving life again and is adjusting well to 3 legs.
Kyra is currently living with 2 other dogs in her foster home and loves to play, enjoying their quiet side too which seems to rub off on her a little.
She loves to play with her toys, especially and soft and squeaky.

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