Betty was rescued from a Death Camp but has only ever looked forward to her new happy life
Rescued in such a terrible condition, Betty was one nine dogs rescued by AFOT from a horrific Death Camp in October 2021. Thankfully, a few months later, due to a diet of good food and tender loving care through our dedicated foster carers she has turned from a frightened, scared dog into a lovely sweet girl who gets on with all the other dogs and loves to play.
Betty is estimated to be two and a half to three years old and weighs 17.5 kg. This sweet small to medium sized crossbreed girl who loves a cuddle, walks really well on a lead and will sit like a good girl for her food. Although Betty already has a good level for training we always encourage ongoing training as it helps to develop a strong bond with new adopters.
Betty is currently living in our sanctuary and our aim will be to move her into home foster care in either Turkey or UK for a few weeks prior to moving her for adoption. This is standard practice for us as it gives us the opportunity to acclimatise our dogs to the home environment and sounds. As we don’t know Betty’s background we don’t know what she does and doesn’t know, so this will be of definite benefit to her.
We don’t know exactly what mix Betty is, but we do know she is beautiful with her soft tan and white coat and almost mane-like chest, similar to a Retriever or a Spaniel. She is more the size of a Spaniel.
This placid, easy going girl is ready for her new home now and if you think you could be the one to offer her that, please check out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs by clicking this link and reading our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines.
A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a voluntary donation to help towards our costs.
If you want to register your interest in Ruby or are interested in providing a loving home for one of our rescue dogs in general then please complete and submit our Dog Adoption Registration form.