Small Greek Domestic Dog

Small Greek Domestic Dog


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I adopted my Molly just 2 weeks ago. Her story is so similar to Tasha’s!
She was found at 7 weeks near Athens in a parking lot with four siblings. She was fostered in Patras by a British expat also, along with her brother Charlie. Two of her siblings were adopted in Greece, and one, sadly, died at the vet.
Molly is an extremely affectionate and happy girl, and she now lives in Southern Quebec, Canada, with a family that loves her deeply.

This is Tasha – she was found straying on the street in Crete at age about maybe 6 or 7 weeks, along with her brother (Kobi). They were under a parked car when the driver returned to it and fortunately seen before the vehicle was moved – or it may have been a different story! They were taken in and raised on Crete for the next 8 or so months by a UK ex-pat, then I had them shipped over to the UK by Animal Couriers. When Tasha went to be neutered, it was found she had one leg shorter caused by a hip deformity, so had to undergo a femoral head excision, followed by physio therapy and hydrotherapy and has made a good recovery, though still puts in a little skip sometimes when being exercised. She is such a happy and good natured girl and a joy to have!

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