Sex: Female                                                                    

Breed: Afghan Hound 

Color:  S/M Cream

Age :  Approx  5 years

Location:  In Foster care.

Description:  Eleven is so very friendly, and housebroken.  This cute girl is very small for an Afghan Hound but has an abundance of wonderful personality.  She came to us from a rescue in Korea in 2016 and was heart worm positive. We are happy to say Eleven is now Heartworm negative and is spayed. She is ready for adoption. Eleven is absolutely adorable, a real gem and someone will be extremely lucky to have her in their life. 

This is Eleven today in September 2017


 This is Eleven’s story in 2016 – Such a beautiful girl

Adoption Status:  If you are interested please fill out an  ADOPTION APPLICATION   We only adopt our Rescues out to the West Coast    Please email for more on Eleven.   ahrsc.adopt@gmail.com

Afghan Hounds are happy dogs with a true enthusiasm for life. But Eleven was abandoned, left  to die and caught in a snare in Korea until finally, people of good character came to her rescue.   Her long journey back had just begun.

The bone on her hind leg was visible for 360 degrees. Every part of Eleven’s skeleton poked out from her matted fur. She was so dirty you couldn’t even figure out  she was all blonde!

Afghan Hound Rescue Southern California stepped in and paid for Eleven’s vet bills, boarding, medications, shots, soft bed. Her wounds are healing. She’s been bathed, brushed and fed. But Eleven’s so tiny and thin, she only weighed 18 pounds. She needed further treatment, tender loving care, and, eventually, a forever home.

Aided by your contributions, Eleven can look forward to her own dog bed indoors. She will have playmates. She will see the vet and be regularly groomed and bathed and enjoy fully-fenced outdoor room where she can  run, pounce on  squeaker toys and gnaw knuckle bones. This beautiful dog will only be adopted out after a home visit confirms her happiness.

Eleven is beginning to know that the future is bright and that not all humans are weak in character.  A dog deserves to know this. A dog deserves our best selves. Eleven has already shown what a forgiving heart she has and with her big brown eyes, she now knows to look at us with trust.   We hope she never looks back.

These are photos when Eleven first came to rescue.









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