Since 1967, Sighthounds have been my companions. My first Afghan hound was a beautiful boy called Shan. Since then we have shared our lives with Praja, Miss Piggy, Khan, Shanti, Star, and Roxanne and Salukis, Faranth, Belle, Sallyann and Bailey who are now all in Spirit and waiting at the Bridge. Our current companions are Layla and Finbar. Layla (above) is our only Saluki.
With the exception of our first two, Shan and Praja, they have all come to us through rescue organizations or private rehomings.
For the love of these hounds who have shared my family and continue to enrich my life, I will do whatever is possible, at that time, to help an Afghan or Saluki in need.
If you know of one, please contact me via email - firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (03) 5345 4022. Please cc your email to Anita at Info@alshirasalukis.com in case Pam is away.
RESCUED AND REHOMED SIGHTHOUND COMPANIONS
Paige and Rufus found a wonderful life as adored “kids” with a couple in
outer suburban Melbourne
Malaika is much loved Afghan friend and companion to her family in suburban Melbourne
After a very troubled start to life Zeki is the adored Prince to his wonderful family in Central Victoria. More recently Khalif joined Zeki and the two boys enjoy a life of love and leisure.
Teelah, Amera and Saeedeh all had difficult and sad beginnings While each of them were under a year old they began new and happy lives. Thanks to the open hearts of a caring couple in Western Australia they now enjoy life to the full with other Salukis and Borzois.
Willow became so loved by her foster family in NSWales, she ended up staying!
Shah ended up in a pound at quite a tender age and finally found his perfect family a couple of months later in Melbourne.
Harry is quite a character. He too, was in a pound as a baby and found his way to a family in Central Victoria, with two Saluki “sisters”, Nina and Simone.
Excelsior needed a new home as a Senior. He is a dignified gentleman who enjoys a life of ease and love with his new family in the outer suburbs of Melbourne
Copyright Pamela Adams (2002)