Pearl – Lurcher – 18 months to 2 years old. (Est dob 2015)
Pearl has come to Three Counties because she was a stray. Pearl was found with a very badly strained leg and she has been in foster care recovering from her injury. She is now doing very well. After a lot of rest and TLC, Pearl now can run off lead and should not require any more treatment for her leg. Pearl has had a hard life and has come to Three Counties very thin. Pearl is now looking incredibly beautiful and she has made a complete transformation, gained weight and she’s turned into a wonderful, affectionate girl.
Pearl is in foster care with 5 other dogs and she gets on well with all of them. Pearl has lots of personality and loves to play with her doggie companions.
She has her name because she has a very beautiful, glossy black coat which reminds us of a black pearl.
Pearl is also playful with her toys and she loves her tennis ball. Pearl likes to toss the ball in the air over and over.
Pearl loves her home comforts and she really enjoys a comfy settee to settle on, especially if you’re there to cuddle up to.
Pearl is very young and she won’t thrive in a home where she is left for long periods. 2 hours maximum and that time will need to be built up very slowly. Ideally, for Pearl the more human company the better, we have to remember that she’s had a tough start to her life and we think that originally she was abandoned, most likely because she was injured. So Pearl will need company and security to start with. She does stress a little sometimes on her own.
Pearl will be an active, agile girl and she will require a garden with 6 foot security. She probably won’t do well in a home with a cat. If there are children in the home they will need to be 7/8 plus.
We re-home in a 50 mile drive of Bourne Lincs. Appointment only.
If you are interested in Pearl, please phone Gyll Mauchline (Between 9:00 and 17:00) on: 01778 440318 or 07708 589792. If you cannot get through, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible or Email Gyll