NB: due to Covid restrictions there is potentially a long lead time on when we can bring dogs into the UK, if you are ok to wait, we would love to hear from you! Ozzy loves people, described as leggy and thought to be a Viszla x Rhodesian Ridgeback cross. he is a big playful fun boy with lots of energy.
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Fun, goofy, bouncy and so loving!
Whilst we find his enthusiastic leaps and smiley bounces adorable, the people on the streets of Tunis saw him as a danger.
The police were called, the gun was pointed at his head, a finger was on the trigger... Ozzy was seconds away from the miserable cruel fate so many unwanted dogs face on the streets of Tunisia.
Thankfully whilst out feeding street cats an animal lover saw the scene unravel and thinking on her feet like the true heroine she is, she shouted, STOP! HE'S MY DOG!
Ozzy so relieved to see someone kind ran up to his rescuer and played his part perfectly. Being such a happy boy he was thrilled to have a new best friend and his rescuer was able to tell the crowd that this was her dog who had escaped.
Ozzy followed her back to her house and then realisation hit! With around 80 cats in her home and more than 10 street dogs already, she now had another huge dog to care for.