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After being adopted, Liv developed separation anxiety which is really sad to witness. Due to work requirements, leaving Liv with other people to look after her while being in this state is difficult.

It seems like Liv would need a family who is able to be with her all the time and slowly work on her separation anxiety. Having another dog would be a great advantage as she had been living with other dogs her entire life and now enjoys meeting and playing with other dogs although she isn't living with one atm

Liv is currently in Chester but we would consider finding her new family anywhere in the UK.

These are the pictures of her in her current home:

her story:

A litter of girls were found in the vicinity of the shelter-adorably looking, young and clean. It was clear that the 4 of them were siblings but unwanted by the owner just because of their gender,

Female puppies who'll become reproductively capable female dogs.

Dogs who'll produce more puppies if unspayed.

This was possibly the main reason why they were left dozens of meters from the shelter, on a highly infected ground that had taken away the lives of countless puppies who had had the misfortune to be thrown there,

But with quick action organized by several organizations, these puppies went together in a nice foster home where they have been living ever since,

Now it is time for these beauties to find their loving homes.

Next in line is LIV, the curious and cuddly one, softy like no other.

Things you should know about Liv

✔️5 months old

✔️lab mix

✔️Weighs around 10kg, should be between 20-25kg as fully grown dog

  • The family of 4 is placed in a foster home where they live indoors but spend time in the garden as well, running and playing

  • Not entirely toilet trained but in time with some practice and regular garden visits it should be no problem for clever girl like Liv to pick it up quickly

  • not cat tested. it shouldn't be a problem living with a cat due to such young age and proper and slow introductions with a cat

  • Adorable young beauty with so much energy that needs wearing out in the garden with her sisters and other fostered doggies she adores, The size, gender or age of other dogs is totally irrelevant as she plays with everyone. Running, sniffing and dragging toys through the garden seem like a well of inspiration for this girl. Loves toys and mind-tickling games, also is very food driven.

  • With people she is just the sweetest, very curious and sweet natured. Hasn't shown any fearful behavior towards unfamiliar individuals. From them all she seems as the bravest puppy in the litter who fears nothing and demands attention,

  • All puppies from the litter are quite playful and lively when on familiar terrain and in the company of dogs, quite loving and submissive with dogs.

  • hasn't been introduced to kids but this shouldn't be an issue as long as the kids are respectful towards animals and preferably dog savvy

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • Spaying is mandatory in a new home once she is old enough

How do you adopt Liv?

Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.

You will need to pay for Liv's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.

The costs are typically €550 in total per puppy, 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.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email

To apply for Liv please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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