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Kiz Caucasian Shepherd - Cirencester

Kiz and her friend Olan were recently found abandoned tied to a park bench in London. 

Thankfully the authorities treated them kindly rather than shooting them like Middlesbrough police shot that poor Caucasian earlier this year after it was abandoned.

Kiz and Olan were taken to the pound where they did there seven days and as expected, nobody came forward to claim them and their chips were unregistered so the owner could not be traced.

Kiz has almost certainly come from Eastern Europe as her ears have been cropped which is a customary but barbaric practice in some countries.

She is currently in kennels where she has proved to be a lovely girl.

Kiz is an affectionate bouncy young girl who doesn't seem traumatised at what has happened.

We estimate that she is young - around 18mths old and we don't think she is spayed but she will be before she is adopted. She is a little underweight but should soon fill out once she has settled in her new home.

She seems OK with other dogs but to be on the safe side we would suggest that she either be rehomed as an only dog or with a male dog. We have no idea whether she likes cats.

She doesn't seem to have much training and pulls on the lead.

She loves her best friend Olan but realistically we have to consider splitting them as finding a home for two such large dogs will be difficult.

An ideal home for Kiz would be rural with either a large secured garden or land. Although friendly she is big and bouncy so we think a home with older kids only.

Further information about Caucasian Shepherds.

This is where they were found.

two caucasian shepherds found abandoned tied to a park bench

They were so well behaved given the circumstances

kiz and olan abandoned in a park

More information
Gender:   Female
Age: 18 months
Color: Other
Coat: Semi
Neutered: Yes
Good with other dogs: Only Males
Good with cats: Dont Know
Good with children: Older children only
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