Noah looking for a future away from the shelter
Noah is still a baby but he has had an unlucky start to life.
It seems at around just three months old he got himself run over and suffered a broken front leg.
The leg was not fixed properly and while the break has healed itself, it has done so in the wrong place.
The vets have placed a temporary red cast on his leg to see if that can help straighten the limb.
Noah is now healthy and will be soon scampering around like any pup. However, it is likely that he will always have a slightly misshapen leg.
Noah was rescued and is being cared for by our friends at Haydos in Turkey and they have come to us to ask us for help in finding a new home for him.
A shelter is no place for many dogs but certainly not a place for one so young and small.
He is especially vulnerable there as he is too young for vaccinations so this makes him less prepared to stave off the many diseases that exist with any shelter.
Animal Friends of Turkey have already set up an appeal for Noah to help us move him out of there and into a new forever home where he can be safe.
As always our big-hearted and wonderful supporters have already started to make donations to help him.
What we really need though is for someone to come forward to offer him a home of his own in the UK.
Noah is such a gorgeous young pup and he loves to receive cuddles and affection. He will make a wonderful pet for someone.
We ensure we assess all our dogs while they are in foster care and we have confirmed that Noah is child friendly.
If you feel you could be that special someone who can give Noah the loving care he needs then please check out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs then please click this link to read our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines
A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a donation with all our dogs to help towards our costs.
If you want to register your interest in Noah 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.
Please help to give this young rescued Retriever-cross the happiness he deserves