,,Boo is an absolute darling with a lovely, happy nature. She would thrive living with a confident companion and to give her the stimulation she requires.”
by Sara, her fostermum
Our Boo is literally the piece of our heart.
She was found as a baby in the church yard where the whole litter was dumped on a Saturday morning. The perfect way to get rid of puppies…
After bringing them to an improvised accomoration, they soon started dereriroating in health and unfortunately we lost her brother.
Sadly, this was not the only challenge our beautiful litter had to endure.
Few months after, Disco, the most loveliest puppy and Boo’s sister, left us due to distemper.
Finally, Babe and Boo remained the only survivors, they welcomed their inoculation and everything had been going as smooth as possible until our Boo showed symptoms of distemper.
She was taken to the vet immediately and had stayed there for a couple of days until she was ready to come back to the shelter.
Luckily it was a mild form of distemper and she was back to her old self in a day.
We decided to find her a foster home where she’d be well taken care of, until we find her a family.
~ we love you Boo🥰
Things you need to know about Boo:
💥She is around 6 months old
💥mixed breed, crossed with jadghound
💥around 18,5kg and will perhaps get the size of 20kg heavy gall
🌈lives with her foster family in the UK, Nottingham. She‘s currently sharing her living space with 2 dogs, 1 cat and kids.
🌷 she had lived with more than 20 dogs in the shelter before she went to the Uk.
She was nothing but amazing in the shelter, loved the fuss, cuddles and food.
🍀very good with children but may jump up them (being a pup) to give kisses and doesn't realise her size, therefore kids must be dog savvy.
🌸needs an active family who’ll take her for regular walks and provide her with enough of daily exercise as she can be quite childish sometimes
🌈 toilet trained but will require prompts to go outside to avoid the odd accident
🧀she has an excellent appetite and is currently learning commands by using treats as rewards.
⚡️lives with 🐈 and not bothered by the cat at all
⭐️good with people, both familiar and unfamiliar
⚡️walking perfectly on a lead and off lead as well
🍁 can be left happily alone for 4 hours inside the house.
🌼healthy, fully vaccinated
🌻spaying is mandatory in her new home
How do you adopt Boo?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Boo’s transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.
The costs are typically €475 in total, depending on where you are located.
We used to be able to charge a little less but unfortunately, due to brexit, the costs of passports, documentation and travel have been increased by our suppliers.