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Breeze has come into branch care via one of our RSPCA Inspectors.

She is a lovely, friendly girl who was very frightened of some men when she first came but having gained in confidence is getting much better when she meets them in the street or the park.


Sadly, Breeze’s left eye had been damaged, probably some time ago and following an eye scan by one of our local vets was found have a damaged retina and a developing cataract.  Follow up x-rays of two suspicious lumps discovered that she had 5 gun pellets embedded throughout her body including one behind her eye.   Our vets are confident that this wasn’t an accidental shooting because of the spread from her head to her tail.


Breeze suffers from severe separation anxiety which is getting a bit better in her foster home but she will need a family where there is someone around all the time and where any man in the house is prepared to have lots of patience with her until she realises that she is safe.


Breeze’s fosterer tells us that she is not cat or small animal safe and can be “iffy” with some dogs but is living happily with her fosterers' own dog.   Her foster family are working with her when out on walks asking her to "look at me" when passing other dogs and giving a treat when she looks at the person on the other end of her lead and ignores the passing dogs.  Her adopters will need to continue with this when she first arrives.

Breeze is currently walked in a collar and harness on most outings.   She can travel by car or bus but hasn’t been taken on a train yet.


Why I'm special

Breeze is just a plain medium sized lurcher who has had a pretty awful life until she came into branch care proof of which can be seen in her x-rays which clearly showed at least 5 gun pellets embedded from her head to her tail.   Despite that she has settled in well with her foster family, loves nothing more than racing around with her foster brother, and has become more confident with men she meets on her walks.   She would love a forever home to call her own and perhaps an older steadier male dog to be friends with.  

My personality

  • You'll need to take me to training classes
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I need teaching that it's ok to be alone
  • I may be able to live with another dog
  • I'd prefer not to live with a cat
  • I'm a bright spark
  • I love fuss and attention

About Me

Breed: Lurcher crossbreed
Colour: Cream and white
Age: 3 Years (approx)
Ref: T&G13403

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RSPCA Tameside & Glossop Branch

About Me

Breed: Lurcher crossbreed
Colour: Cream and white
Age: 3 Years (approx)
Ref: T&G13403
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