Lupita (meaning little wolf) was living on the streets and at such a young age and with no mother in sight, her chances of survival were virtually nil. She would have either starved to death or been killed by the bigger dogs in a fight for food or been hit by a car and seriously injured or killed.
Lupita is now in the Radauti shelter, which is not much better than the streets as they have limited time and resources. Lupita is a healthy friendly little pup and with being so young, should adapt to a family environment pretty quickly and should be easily trained. Lupita will be fully vaccinated, chipped and have a pass port ready to travel.
THURSDAY, 9 AUGUST 2012
ADOPTED - Rolex 5 month old male Hungarian Vizsla mix needing a forever home
Rolex was found on the streets, thirsty and hungry, he was tryng to get into a van transporting other dogs to new homes, trying to get at their water and food, unfortunately Rolex could not be taken on this van, but a few days later a lovely lady took him in and is now fostering him, saving from a life of starvation and fighting for food.
For all Rolex is quite happy in foster, being fussed, played with cuddled and petted, he needs his forever home. Rolex loves the company of humans and other doggy friends
Rolex has been de-wormed, de- flead, fully vaccinated, chipped and even his very own passport, so he can travel. Rolex just needs his forever home and with being a young dog, a little patience and time he will adjust to a family life.