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> Ginger - 4 Year Old Female Pomeranian Cross Chihuahua, Rehomed
Liverpool Dog Rescue
post 27th Nov 2011, 9:02 pm
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Ginger - 4 year old female Pomeranian cross Chihuahua wub.gif

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Ginger came into our care on 22nd November along with a female Border Collie after their elderly owner had to move into sheltered accommodation. Both dogs had lived outside and had never witnessed walking on a lead before.
They were riddled with fleas but have now been treated to a good bath and flea treatment.

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Ginger does hold one of her back legs up while walking due to an injury earlier in life that was not repaired. This has caused her knee to fuse together and she may never be able to walk on this leg again, however this does not cause her any problems and she does use it for support when sitting down so for these reasons the vet has decided to let her keep this leg.
This does not hold Ginger back as she adores her walks and is a very happy go lucky little dog.

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Ginger is an absolute sweetheart! She has a fantastic temperament and is very lovable and friendly. She is currently in kennels undergoing further assessment. Ginger is due for spaying on Friday 2nd December 2011. More information to follow.

Contact Liverpool Dog Rescue as follows:
Tel: 07706246865
Email: liverpooldogrescue@hotmail.co.uk
Website: www.liverpooldogrescue.com
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post 6th Dec 2011, 8:28 pm
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Love this little girl.........she is such a sweetie with a littlebit of kick lol.gif
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post 26th Dec 2011, 1:28 pm
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Oh she's adorable I am a sucker for littlies wub.gif
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post 5th Jan 2012, 11:27 pm
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Beautiful Ginger is still waiting for her special forever home to come along. She is such a sweet girl who has settled in as our office dog wub.gif
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post 14th Jan 2012, 9:25 pm
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Can she be any more adorable!? wub.gif

Still looking for that special home to call her own ohmy.gif sad.gif
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post 15th Jan 2012, 6:08 pm
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wub.gif wub.gif She is gorgeous. What do you think she would be like with children (dog savvy of course) and is she very vocal?
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post 15th Jan 2012, 7:31 pm
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Ginger would be best suited to a home without young children as she can snap if tormented or pushed around and must be handled with care! She is a very quiet dog most of the time but will have a little bark when she is excited on walks wub.gif
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post 17th Jan 2012, 12:38 am
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Ok. I would have loved to be considered but we have a 5yr old granddaughter living with us so obviously we're not the ones. wub.gif Hope she finds her family soon
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post 17th Jan 2012, 11:28 am
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wub.gif Ginger is lovely. Has she been used to living with other dogs or does she prefer to be an only one smile.gif
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post 18th Jan 2012, 8:04 pm
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Ginger did come into our care with another dog (Megan the Border Collie) however it seemed as though the two dogs had been thrown together and did not show a bond with eachother.
The Border Collie is very possessive of food/bones etc and did attack Ginger shortly after moving into kennels and therefore we separated the dogs. Although Megan and Ginger still share walks together they seem much happier in their own space. Ginger did go to a new home with a very bouncy cocker spaniel but sadly Ginger was terrified of the dog (she would bark and snarl at him) and was returned the very next day! Because of this we feel that she would be best suited as an only dog or with a very placid dog that she won't find intimidating.
Ginger is now living in our office where she has settled without any problems. She spends most of the day snoozing on her couch and has proven to be exceptionally clean and non destructive wub.gif
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post 19th Feb 2012, 7:53 pm
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How is Ginger with other dogs / cats? I may be interested but have 2 other small bitches (both non-dominant) and dog-savvy, non-aggressive cats.
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post 19th Feb 2012, 8:31 pm
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We are unsure on Ginger's temperament with cats. She does mix well with other dogs but can be a little fearful at first (yappy and backing off etc).

We are hoping to carry out a homecheck for her next week.

A short video of Ginger playing 'Hide & Seek' wub.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzRWuwhbrVQ...eature=youtu.be
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post 23rd Mar 2012, 3:58 pm
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Hi, is Ginger still needing to be rehomed. We would be very interested in giving her a good home. Sue. smile.gif
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