All of the great things you should know about Zoe💙
Around 12 months old
We think she may be a Pulin cross. The Pulin breed is resilient, very agile and tough working dog breed. Trainable, loyal to the owner, even-tempered which makes them the perfect family dog breed.
A small size dog with fluffy fur, weighing around 12kg
Used to living in a home, so is toilet trained (though accidents in a new environment may occur)
Used to walking on a lead
Used to living with other dogs
Healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed
Zoe is excited about new events; whether that is to learn something new, play with playful puppies (or grown up dogs or kids!) or just lie down with the older dogs. She is very intuitive and very good at judging their needs, and behaves accordingly
Zoe adores children and can play with them tirelessly. In fact, she is an inexhaustible source of energy when it comes to mischief, although she is calming down as she grows up!
Very affectionate to people. Walks and cuddles with people are what are most important to her
Great food lover. She still has the urge to eat as much & as fast as she can as someone will take the food away from her
So far, we've seen no problems with cats - she doesn't notice them
One night, an animal lover who feeds the strays in our city was interrupted by the whimpering of a puppy, trying to get into a nearby yard. Neighbours said she had been there for days, crying and asking for help, but no one did.
Our friend took her in her arms; the puppy stuck to her body and never uttered a sound, and just like that she was brought home.
That night Zoe ate, had a drink and fell asleep. She slept for hours. Who knows how exhausted she must have been. She was in the early stage of demodex, a skin disease most likely caused by a life on the street, poor nutrition and stress.
While she was a puppy and under the medical treatment of the skin disease, she was living in a flat with her rescuer. There she showed her true self, the possibility to adjust to the new space and bond with other dogs, to live as a family member, to go for walks and meet people and dogs she really enjoyed spending time with.
Pictures of Zoe when we found her:
Now Zoe is fit and healthy, and lives in a foster home, all grown up and fit for adoption - with no skin problems. She is so much fun to be around, a great lover of life and one amazing soul. She's a big cuddler, happy to be around humans and other dogs, and can't wait to find a sofa of her own.
More recent pictures of Zoe:
Zoe as a puppy:
How do you adopt Zoe?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Zoe's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.
The costs are typically 550 € in total depending on where you are located and which company is bringing the dog to you in their happy bus!
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.
To apply for Zoe, please fill in our adoption questionnaire.