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Boelie - in Spain
Male DOB 06/09/2022
Boelie was a stray from a nearby village who was being threatened and chased by locals. He was rescued by one of our fosterers and he immediately felt comfortable with her other dogs.He is now a happy boy who loves his food and is an easy dog - sociable and very people-oriented.
He sleeps in his basket at home and is very quiet during the night.
He is playful and loves chasing a ball! On walks he stays nearby and afterwards he quickly calms down. He likes riding in the car.
According to the vet he is a Podenco/Brack cross. He will be medium-sized and will probably weigh just under 20 kilos once fully grown.
We believe he would enjoy a small garden and fit in well with children.
Sammy - in Spain - possibly reserved in Belgium
Female DOB 06/06/2021
Sammy is an 18-month old black Labrador cross. She turned up on our plot just before Christmas - starving and scared. 8 weeks later she has developed into an amazing dog, she has filled her lose skin, has been sterilised and blood checked for the 5 main Mediterranean Diseases. She is showing negative to Leish - the one we all dread - and has received doxycycline for a tick disease- which should be eliminated by this antibiotic. It is clear she has had puppies and was sterilised on 31st January. She’s put on about 5kg in one-month and after 2-weeks on Animastrath her coat is smooth and velvety - she looks like a different dog. She is very good, if a bit bouncy, quite normal for an 18-month old! Her recall is great and she walks off lead everyday. She went to Granada and was excellent on a lead - no pulling and very calm in a busy city. She will put herself in the crate voluntarily and she sleeps in our utility room, using the dog flap to go in and out. In 6-weeks there have been no accidents in the house and she’s fastidious at self-grooming. Sophie, our cat, is keeping out of the way, but they have seen each other and Sammy wasn’t interested. She goes with us to feed the chickens and is interested in their food, but not them. She responds to ‘come here, this way, sit, lie down and leave it’ and has just learned to offer her paw for a treat. She’d make a great pet, but think she’d benefit from more exercise than we (old people) can give her. Please contact email@example.com for more information
Milo - in Spain
Male DOB 15/03/2022
In early July 2022, Milo was taken off the streets with his sister Juno, somewhere between Alhama de Granada and Bermejales. They had roamed there along with some other dogs, but the situation was very dangerous and the dogs were all malnourished. Unfortunately, our team could only "rescue" Juno and Milo. Both dogs now live together in a foster home, in the campo of Alhama de Granada. Milo is still very scared and insecure. Everything is new to him. However, he is now getting enough food and drink, but is not yet brave enough to explore on his own. His sister is a bit more adventurous. Together they play some naughty puppy pranks, but actually he is a very good-natured puppy. They usually stay outside, in an unfenced area, but don't run away. When we go for a walk, he walks well, not too far from his foster mom. Most of all, he would like to be close to her all day long. Milo also likes to be cuddled by her, but his fear makes him crawl away from strangers to hide. However, every day it seems to be improving and he gains more confidence. Some friends who come to visit do get a lick, if they stay somewhere and he can approach them gently. Walking on a leash has not been successful yet, but we are working on it. He's doing just a little better than Juno, but that means we can't go for a walk with them in the village or take them somewhere else for a walk. Milo is very sweet to other dogs (still a bit submissive) and also gets along well with cats. Who has time and a lot of patience to further socialize this insecure puppy and let him discover that the world can be a beautiful, pleasant place? We are sure he will grow into a sweet, loyal - and handsome - pet.
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Dinky - in Spain
Male DOB 15/03/2022
When we left our plot by car, Dinky walked in!
He so wanted to be made welcome.
Now he is with us in foster and is doing very well.
He is a medium-sized Spanish Shepherd and weighs about 15 kg.
He is very sociable with other dogs and gets along well with cats. He loves to chase balls and brings them back. He walks nicely on a lead and can also walk off lead,
without any problems. He sleeps in the house and is very quiet at night. He is a very nice family dog and loves to go in the car and everywhere with us!
Dinky has been neutered and we have tested his blood, as we do with all dogs over 6-months of age. He is now receiving control medication for leishmaniasis and is due repeat tests in June 2023. The vet also noted that he was blind in his right eye, probably following an infection. We hadn't noticed this.
The people who have recently fostered Dinky for a month, whilst on holiday have nothing but praise for him and we hope that this sweetheart gets his golden basket soon.
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DOLLY ADOPTED Female - DOB 16/02/2022 sterilised
Dolly is looking for her forever home. She's got a passport and is sterilised.
Dolly is very sociable with all dogs and very affectionate to people. She is always trying to entice people to get a cuddle. She's playful with puppies and ok with cats too. She likes big walks and always stays close by. In the evening she is so happy to lay on the sofa next to you but prefers to be on your lap, snuggling. She is calm during the night. Can anybody gives that beautiful dog a forever home?
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TUTTI ADOPTED Male - DOB 2/2/22
May we introduce you to this handsome little gentleman?
This cute little guy was found abandoned on the street in a small village in Spain. He was wearing a collar and harness, but they were way too tight.
He now lives with a foster family and enjoys his new carefree life to the fullest. He loves to run and romp with the other dogs. Tutti is a Chihuahua cross and will remain a small dog. According to the vet, he won't get much bigger and will grow to about 5 kilos.
He is very playful, brave and affectionate. At night he sleeps peacefully on the couch and is house-trained.
He has vaccinations and a passport and can travel to Belgium on 24 June.
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MEX ADOPTED MALE - DOB 04/12/2021
Mex is a beautiful little puppy. It is difficult to see in the photos but in amongst his black coat, he has gorgeous sable-coloured areas. Mex and his siblings were rescued at an early age and subsequently are very sociable and affectionate pups. Mex loves to be cuddled and he loves his food😊. He is a Sharpei cross so will remain a relatively small dog as an adult. Mex will be a wonderful family pet. He has nearly completed his vaccination programme and will be ready to travel on the 8th April.
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CREMA ADOPTED FEMALE - DOB 11/11/21
Crema is a wonderful pup who has turned into a happy and confident dog despite her poor start in life. She was about 5-6 weeks when rescued along with her brother Bobi. Crema is believed to be a Labrador Mastin Cruzado but is small for her age so she is likely to medium, rather than large, adult. Crema and Bobi have been in foster care with a fosterer who has four adult dogs and they have helped with ensuring that these puppies have been taught some doggie manners in the absence of their mum. Crema is very affectionate and cuddly. Crema is fully vaccinated and is ready to travel on the 8th April.
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JUNIOR ADOPTEFD MALE DOB 13/10/2021
Junior is a gorgeous Beagle X who was born with three siblings to a loved family pet who accidentally became pregnant. Junior benefitted from being with his mum and siblings for the first two months of his life where he lived as part of a family with children.
Junior is currently in foster in Spain where he is sharing a pen with a blind puppy and acting as his ‘sighted companion’ - a job that he seems to love.
Junior is a healthy, happy and sociable puppy who will be a wonderful pet. He loves attention, cuddles and a belly-rub. Junior is fully vaccinated and ready to travel on the 8th April trip.
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MITCH ADOPTED MALE DOB 4/12/2021
Mitch was found in a hole on open ground together with his brother and sister. The owner of the land contacted ASAP and luckily they were picked up quickly and went straight into foster, at only 5 weeks old. From the outset, Mitch stood out as not only being the biggest pup but also the most sociable. He loves crawling on peoples’ laps for cuddles and kisses.
He’s a great little pup that loves walking and gathering all his toys together - happily playing with them all on his own. He’s sweet, calm and polite towards the older dogs living in his foster home.
He is very focused on food and still needs to learn how to control his appetite.
He’s a good sleeper and is housetrained, but, due his age, he still has the occasional accident.
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Manu - ADOPTED
FEMALE DOB 04/12/2021
Manu is an active, smart dog.
Her stronger brothers don't make it easy for her and use her as a trampoline, but she is completely up to the bullying and bounces straight back without complaining or squeaking.
She is very playful and cheerful, enjoys her walks, enjoys a good run, but comes back very enthusiastically for treats.
She will remain a small dog, walks well on a lead, enjoys walks very much and then lies fully satisfied in the sun.
She is definitely ready to go to a golden basket!
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Juno - in Spain ADOPTED JANUARY 2023
Female DOB 15/03/2022
In early July 2022, Juno was taken off the street with her brother Milo, somewhere between Alhama de Granada and Bermejales. They had roamed there along with some other dogs, but the situation was very dangerous and the dogs were all malnourished. Unfortunately, our team could only "rescue" Juno and Milo. Both dogs live now together in a foster home, in the campo of Alhama de Granada. Juno is still quite scared and insecure. Everything is new to her. However, now that she is getting enough food and drink, she is learning to explore her surroundings. She plays some naughty puppy pranks with her brother, but she is actually a very good-natured puppy. They usually stay outside, in an unfenced area, but don't run away. When they go for a walk, she walks well, not too far from her foster mom – whom she’d happily stay with all day long. Juno also likes to be cuddled, but because of her fear of everything new, she often hides away. Every day she’s improving and is gaining more confidence. But walking on a leash, for example, has not yet been successful. As a result, we can't go for a walk with her in the village or take her somewhere else to go for a walk. She also gets very sick in the car (hopefully she’ll grow out of it). Juno is very sweet to other dogs, also gets along well with cats and can even be gently stroked by strangers. Who has a lot of patience and time, to socialize this insecure puppy and let her discover that the world can be a beautiful, pleasant place? We are sure she will grow into a sweet, loyal and lovely pet.
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