Thursday, 10 January 2013


ADOPTED = DP Lety, 4 months old female puppy, looking for a forever family

Lety is a 4 months old female puppy. She lived outside with her friend, Ralph, until a few days back when a nice lady decided to foster the, although she has 2 other dogs and she will soon have a baby. 
But there is so cold outside during winter in Romania, that those poor puppies would have freeze to death.
Lety is housetrained, she cries to be taken out when she wants to pee, she likes other dogs and she is very well behaved inside the house.

She is about 30 cm high and she  will be a medium size dog.



ADOPTED = LM Curly 5 months old male Schnauzer mix needing a forever home

Curly was saved from a public shelter and is one of 3 that survived out of ten pups. Poor little mite was riddled with distemper, but with TLC and treatment he pulled through, he is a little fighter.

It is a miracle he pulled through living in the shelter with distemper, the shelters just do not have time and resourses to give the animals what they need, but they do their best with what they have.

Curly is of the giant Schnauzer mix and is fighting fit and raring to go, a typical 5 month old puppy.

He is great with other dogs and loves human company, he is fully vaccinated, chipped though a little young to be neutered just yet, all he needs now is that forever home. With being so young he should not be hard to train and will be eager to learn.


ADOPTED - Mona 5 month old terrier type cross female needing a forever home

This gorgeous girl is Mona. She is just 5 months old and yet, in her short life, she has already had so much suffering.
Her and her sisters were abandoned in an industrial estate with no food, water or shelter. They were frightened, starving, thirsty and had been left to die. Luckily they were found in time and taken to an instituation yard where they were fed and watered.

However they are not completely out of danger there. They are fed, watered and kept an eye on as much as possible but people can't be there all the time to watch over them. The fear is that now they are just a little bigger they might soon be able to escape
and will stray onto the roads and be killed by cars, or be picked up by dog catchers.

Despite her horrendous start in life Mona is full of life and personality. Despite what humans have done to her she absolutely loves human company
as is very affectionate and playful. She is now a happy healthy pup but desperately needs a forever home so her happy life continues and so she
spends the rest of her days in safety, comfort and good health and with all the love she deserves.

Mona is fully vaccinated and microchipped. She is ready for a forever home..she now needs that very special person to offer it to her.


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