Rowan “Adopted!”

highres_211055422ROWAN, Feathered Male Saluki Puppy being fostered in San Antionio Area!

Hey folks, I’m here to spread that word that I am no longer a puppy! I’m now 17 mos. old and have turned into a handsome, “debonair”, feathered saluki. Even as a puppy I was always quite cute though.

I know that many of you have stocked me on facebook and watched me grow up here in the USA. It’s been a greyt year for me! I’ve learned so much from being a puppy to almost being an adult, don’t tell, but I’ve still got some puppy thoughts. I’m reliable and willing to crate for bedtime and any time my foster parents need to run errands. You might even forget about me since I don’t make a sound in my crate. I have never had an accident in my crate, after all I am all white and accidents are above me, nothing can be allowed to ruin my good looks. I’m housebroken, but keep in mind I am a young boy and on rare occasions need to be reminded to take it outside.

Most of the time I am forced to ring the poochie bells, which at times I feel is below me. Did I mention I’m all that and a bag of chips, well I am. I’ve got a personality to match as well, I’m silly, affectionate, love to play with toys, love to play with my foster brothers & sisters. I also love to run, but keep in mind, I can only be allowed to run in a secure & fenced area. I am, after all, a desert breed saluki from Doha.

My past is pretty unknown, but boy I am loving life now in the U S of A. The running thing, it’s something I need at least 3 times a week to keep my inner puppy from getting into unwanted mischief. And if you wondering about my vetting, I am totally current on all my vaccines, have been neutered – ouch- all thanks to these great folks in rescue. I would love to meet you and bring lots of saluki love into your home. Just look at my face, I assure you, you won’t be sorry! Pick me, pick me, I’m ready for my forever home. Love, Rowan

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