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My name is Connie. I am a former street dog from Kabul. I was taken in by the nowzad shelter in 2011 when the local municipality were undertaking population control by way of poisoning dogs.
I am a quiet, shy dog who loves people once I get to know them. I have no issues with other dogs and have shown no reaction to cats in the clinic. It can take a while for me to trust new people but once I do trust them then I love being stroked.
I am not particularly active and do not jump up and I wait patiently at treat time. I am a little overweight and I do sometimes get a pink rash on my tummy but it comes and goes.
I am not house trained as all I have ever known is the shelter but I am eager and willing to learn.
I am spayed and microchipped.
‘This companion animal is currently in the Nowzad shelter in Kabul, Afghanistan. If you are interested in adopting, then the Nowzad charity will supply you with video and photographs and should the adoption go ahead will fundraise and arrange the transport for this companion animal to come to your home’.
To support the work of Nowzad in Afghanistan and make a difference for the dogs and cats with no voice but ours please visit www.nowzad.com