Meg was rescued from the street after her face had been crushed by a car. She had sustained multiple fractures to her jaw and skull.
She was not able to eat or drink properly. After a lot of medical assessment and intervention she made a good recovery and her rescuers did not feel she could be returned to the streets as she has a lovely and very adoptable personality.
She is currently living in a boarding facility in Egypt but would thrive in a home. Being a Baladi (street) dog her chances of this in Egypt are very, very low.
She loves being touched and getting human affection. She is dog, cat and child tested and has been great across the board. She plays well and is gentle. She is a very clean dog and even in her kennel she will makes sure she toilets well away from her bedding, her rescuers think she will be easy to potty train. Meg weighs 18kg and is spayed.