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The Afghan Hound, despite it is aristocratic physical appearance is actually a very sweet, loving and playful dog that enjoys human interaction and companionship. They will bond with one or two people in the family and will typically choose to attend to these people rather than responding to commands from everyone. The Afghan Hound is very much like a cat in some aspects of its personality. They need to be able to pick and choose when they want attention and companionship, although this trait will vary greatly between dogs, and males are more aloof typically than females.
Willow Afghan Hound Rescue is a non-profit, volunteer run, foster based rescue helping homeless, neglected and abused Afghan Hounds find caring, responsible homes. Willow also offers support to families no longer able to care for their beloved hounds. All of our dogs are provided with veterinary care, spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. They are then adopted into suitable loving homes, giving them a second chance at a better life.
Afghan Hound Rescue of Southern California, Inc
Willow is one of three dogs that were recently rescued from Taiwan
Afghan Hound Rescue of Southern California, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to rescue stray, abandoned, relinquished and/ or impounded Afghan Hounds. Veterinary care is provided- prior to adoption according to the dog’s needs, always including spaying or neutering.Afghan Hound Rescue of Southern California, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to rescue stray, abandoned, relinquished and/ or impounded Afghan Hounds. Veterinary care is provided- prior to adoption according to the dog’s needs, always including spaying or neutering. We are currently adopting out to only the West Coast states.With special thanks to Denver Afghan Hound Rescue, Inc. If you do not like cats, you might not enjoy the Afghan Hound since they have very similar personalities. If you love the hyper, goofy, happy go lucky chase after a Frisbee type dogs, you are interested in the wrong breed. If you want to go to the park and expect your Afghan Hound to jump in the water after a ball as a Golden Retriever or Black lab, you have picked the wrong breed. It is more likely that if you do any of the above, the Afghan Hound will look at you and expect you to entertain them by running after the Frisbee or jumping in the pond yourself to get the ball.Afghan Hounds held captive by a hoarder in Korea. You can see in this heart-breaking video how these beautiful dogs, ranging in age from two to ten years old, are desperate for love and affection, food and clean quarters. They have been deprived of the right to fresh air, to take a walk, to be able to stand up uncaged. We want to ensure that these special animals, our beloved Afghan Hounds, get a fresh start so they can live the happy lives they all deserve.