Pointer bitch

janA

Senior Member
#1
Another pleas for a home folks, this young pointer girl was found dumped at our local rubbish dump in Akyaka with a litter of puppies, she was rescued by a friend of ours and found a safe place to bring up the puppies, the puppies have now been sorted but mum still needs a home she has been vaccinated and spayed. She is staying in a friends garden at the moment but the house is empty as up for sale and they have located to Izmir and a neighbour is feeding her. She is great with other dogs and cats and loves being with people








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huggi2010

Non Active Member
#2
Gorgeous doggie and I admire ypur efforts at re hpusing.

By now surely every yabanci capable of taking one has given a dog a home- any chance of the locals taking up a bit of the slack
 

janA

Senior Member
#3
We are luckythat alot of the Turkish folk here do their share, infact its a Turkish lady who rescued her and had her spayed and her Turkish neighbour who feeds her. Yasemin would have taken her herself but her household is already full to brimming with strays
 
#5
I can vouch for the breed - friends of mine took in a Pointer male dog off the streets - very intelligent/alert and loyal dogs - in England you would have to pay a lot of money to get a Pointer
 

sonnyb

Senior Member
#6
Huggi2010 - As Jan so rightly said Yasemin who rescued this dog works tirelessly with the street dogs, campaigning to get laws changed, prosecuting poisoners, re-homing, nursing, feeding, transporting, the list goes on. She has many, many dogs in her home some of which are disabled. As Gokova Animal Rescue we are helping to raise awareness and to find a suitable home for this dog, we are not specifically targeting 'Yabanci's' there are many Turkish people on this forum.
Oh, the Mummy and pups we also have on here were rescued by a Turkish lady, Enis as well and she has 5 dogs-all rescues of her own!
HelenM150- I agree Pointers make great,loyal pets.
 

sonnyb

Senior Member
#7
Huggi2010 - As Jan so rightly said Yasemin who rescued this dog works tirelessly with the street dogs, campaigning to get laws changed, prosecuting poisoners, re-homing, nursing, feeding, transporting, the list goes on. She has many, many dogs in her home some of which are disabled. As Gokova Animal Rescue we are helping to raise awareness and to find a suitable home for this dog, we are not specifically targeting 'Yabanci's' there are many Turkish people on this forum.
Oh, the Mummy and pups we also have on here were rescued by a Turkish lady, Enis as well and she has 5 dogs-all rescues of her own!
HelenM150- I agree Pointers make great,loyal pets.
 
#8
I went to gulluk and I also saw a couple of pointers roaming free, my partner and I were curious as to why so many pedigrees are homeless . In England you would pay quite a bit of money for those types of dogs and crossbreed aswell for that matter !
 

immac

Senior Member Has-Been
#9
I went to gulluk and I also saw a couple of pointers roaming free, my partner and I were curious as to why so many pedigrees are homeless . In England you would pay quite a bit of money for those types of dogs and cross-breed as well for that matter !
My neighbour bought an expensive dog - pedigree - and while it was a pup it was doted upon by everyone. People came to the gate to see it and little boys queued up to play with it. He used to walk it, and take it everywhere.

One year on, it spends its days on a short chain under the balcony, living in mud. Boys come to walk it occasionally; owner lets it off the chain to run around for a bit.

Another has a Lab - I don´t think it has been more than 100 yards from its house for two years.

Common to both - no training.

I think they like the puppies.

Ian
 
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