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Dog on death row now up for adoption

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Izzy, a staffordshire terrier at the centre of a High Court battle to save her life has been given a new name and a new chance at adoption. 

The dog, now named Indie, was responsible for a string of attacks on other dogs and a woman when Knox Council sought to have her put down in 2012. 

Instead, the RSPCA rehabilitated her and she has now been listed for adoption under a new name in Queensland, with no mention of her troubled past. 

Michael Beatty from RSPCA Queensland spoke with 3AW Mornings about Indie, telling Tony Jones her foster carer says ‘she’s probably the calmest and most placid dog she’s ever had.’

Click PLAY below to hear about Indie’s rehabilitation

 

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