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Saluki Crosses, Open Cases:

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STOLA is no longer sponsoring new Saluki cross cases for adoption. STOLA's purebred Saluki funds will not be used to support Saluki crosses. All crosses on this page are being funded by individuals or other organizations.

STOLA will occasionally do cooperative placements with other organizations. In these cases, the other organization hold control and responsibility for the dog, and STOLA is simply assisting by posting the dog on our website to give them a more focused exposure.

Those wishing to surrender or adopt a Saluki cross will be subject to STOLA's usual policies and procedures unless the dog is in cooperative placement with another organization. In those cases, the procedures and policies of the other organization hold precedence. For further information please click go to our How to Adopt a Saluki page or contact us at stolarescue@earthlink.net.
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(Case 35-XM) is a young Saluki mix (2-3 yrs. old with mostly all Saluki behavior) who was found in South Texas and picked up by animal control.

He is neutered, chipped, has all inoculations, has been treated for Ehrlichia(tick disease), and all other tests have come back normal.

There is a bit below from his foster family...who RAVE about his behavior and demeanor! He would love an active family that would take him with them for hikes and adventures. As you see below...they think he is a great dog and will be a wonderful companion!


Status: Adoption Pending

He will be ready for his new home in a week or so, so if you have an interest in him please contact me directly. (***Please note...we do have several homes waiting to adopt currently, so if you have not filled out an application, please go to: www.stola.org, download the full application and send it to me so we can start the home visit process!***)

From foster mom:
Eagle has a wonderful personality.  He has spent most of his time living loose in our living room / den.  Excellent house manners with no accidents, marking, or soiling.  Doesn't tear up or chew on anything - and doesn't jump up on counters.  He does not beg for food when you are eating dinner in front of him. 

He gets along well with our Toy Fox Terrier - although we don't leave them unattended together - that is just us. 

He currently runs the yard with a 14 year old intact male Saluki and a 14 year old intact Petite Basset Griffon Vendeen - no problems at all. I do think he would prefer someone a little younger that would actually play with him. 

He almost always seem happy. 

He ignores our cat.  No response other than acknowledging that there is another living being there. 

Now - this is the funny thing.  Dolly, our Toy Fox Terrier is a TERRIER - and has no fear of anything coming into the house. She will guard her house against anyone and everyone - we usually have to look her in the bedroom when we are taking another dog in / out through the house.  Our cat is an ATTACK cat - he believes firmly that a cat should always get a preemptive strike in first.  He has been known to attack three Afghan Hounds at once that someone was trying to walk up the sidewalk to the house. 

Dolly, the Toy Fox Terrier just politely said hello when we brought him into the house - and basically ignored him. 

The cat was laying on the bed when I brought Eagle in the house - I walked Eagle up to the cat so that the cat could get his preemptive strike over with - the cat lay there - stretched out his neck - and touched Eagles nose with his nose gently. 

This male puts out some very "calming - very non-aggressive" vibes. 


Contact: Janet: taossalukis@gmail.com

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