Adopt a dog in Dubai

Meet 10 of the loveable hounds from Sharjah Cat and Dog shelter

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Pixi, dixi and splodge

Age:
Four months Gender: Male and female
Breed: Saluki cross
These are three siblings that were thrown over the shelter’s gate. They were unhurt and are happy, healthy dogs that can be adopted separately or as a family.

Cutie

Age:
Six months Gender: Male
Breed: Cross breed
Cutie was brought to the shelter in the boot of a car and luckily he survived the journey. As his name suggests, he’s a sweet-natured boy with a lot of love and energy.

Jonathen

Age:
Six months Gender: Male
Breed: Cross breed
Jonathen was left at the shelter’s car park to fend for himself. He is a well-trained dog and would be well suited to a family with a villa.

Michelle

Age:
Seven years Gender: Male
Breed: Asian Shepherd
Michelle was abandoned with the worst womb infection the staff had ever seen. She is now fully recovered and needs a loving, permanent home.

Kissandra

Age:
One year Gender: Female
Breed: Cross breed
Kissandra was dumped at the shelter with a litter of pups that were not her own and after fostering them, she needs a family of her own. She is gentle and relaxed.

Heinz

Age:
18 months Gender: Male
Breed: Cross breed
Heinz is super friendly and sociable. He loves being around other dogs and people, and would be well-suited to a family that has other pets.

Shaniqua

Age:
Five years Gender: Female
Breed: Rottweiler
Dumped at the shelter when she couldn’t have any more puppies, Shaniqua is well-trained and very friendly and sociable thanks to the shelter’s dog trainer.

Applejack

Age:
Nine months Gender: Male
Breed: Saluki cross
Applejack is an affectionate and sociable dog, and loves playing ball games. He would make a great pet for an active family.

Bambi

Age:
Six months Gender: Female
Breed: Saluki cross
Bambi is a playful puppy that enjoys the company of other dogs and people. He is active and sociable around other dogs.

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