Featured Dog - Babs
Hi my name is Babur although everyone calls me Babs. I’m a very beautiful and loyal 3 year old, 48lb female Mini Kuchi from Afghanistan. If you are wondering about my unusual name, it comes from a famous Central Asian emperor considered a national hero in Uzbekistan. I was rescued off the streets of Kabul by a Canadian aid worker when I was just a puppy. I was trapped in the middle of the road and was almost run over by a car. My rescuer brought me home and raised me in a household of foreign aid workers. Alas, eventually most of the workers had to move away and couldn't take me with them. But one of the other aid workers couldn't bear to leave me in Kabul and brought me back to Canada with her so I could find a new home here.
I am a very affectionate dog and I LOOOOVE my people. There is little I enjoy more than being played with and cuddling beside you. I also love racing around at dog parks chasing and being chased by other dogs. But once back home I am very calm, quiet and mellow girl. At night I sleep contentedly in my crate (with the door open of course)
See my full bio .... http://www.homeatlastdogrescuebc.ca/work/#/babs/
JILLY AND GUS
Jilly and Gus have been very popular! We are in the process of developing a shortlist of applicants for the pups. It may take two weeks, but applicants who are chosen for the short list will be contacted. We regret that due to the high volume of applications, we cannot respond to everyone. Thank you for the overwhelming response!
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