Ginger came to the DASH Shelter in July 2018 to be spayed.
Unfortunately, when Ginger arrived at the shelter she was extremely weak and malnourished.
We took Ginger in to stay with us at DASH so that we could help her regain her strength, get healthy and eventually help her find a forever home.
Ginger is now ready to meet a family that will love her as much as we do, and give her the loving home she deserves.
Ginger gets on well with other dogs.
She has lots of doggy friends but usually chooses to sit alone, enjoying some peace and quiet.
Ginger really loves being around people!
She is super friendly and playful – we know you’ll love Ginger’s beaming smile and happy personality!
Could you give Ginger a forever home?
Adopting is easy!
Our dogs can travel to your country and we’ll arrange it all.
Email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tell us about the dog you’re interested in, or alternatively we can help you find your perfect match, we have hundreds of dogs looking for a home at our shelter!
The adoption process can take a few weeks to a few months depending on transport arrangements we need to make for your new fur baby. A ‘home check’ will take place at your home before an adoption is finalized so that we may check you and your chosen dog are the perfect match!
Katerina our founder has a remarkable relationship with the dogs and instinctively knows the various personalities and which type of families they would suit.
All dogs have passports and can travel to your country.
Each dog is fully tested for any medical issues prior to adoption and are vaccinated, wormed and treated for fleas.
There is a fee of approx. £482 for an adoption.
We do not make any profit on this fee.
The cost of the adoption goes towards the safe travel arrangements for your new fur baby and any health checks and subsequent treatment required before travel.
Our DASH Rescue dogs make beautiful, loving and highly rewarding members of the family! One of the benefits of adopting a DASH dog is that due to the way in which they are looked after in ‘packs’ having regular contact with humans, all our ‘adoptables’ are friendly and well-socialised.
In general rescue dogs require a period of adjustment and some training to settle in to their new home, but it is so wonderful to see them grow in confidence and enjoy all the little things in life that other dogs take for granted.