Life can be really cruel sometimes.
A mother gave birth to 3 puppies at the cemetery and had looked after them there in a hole beneath the graveboard.
At the age of 2 months old they lost their mother, their only carer and protector. She suffocated in a most horrific way in a plastic bottle whilst trying to find some water.
Her body was there right next to her babies....
Her puppies kept hiding in the hole until our Slobodanka spotted them. For weeks she had been bringing them food and looked after them, through hot summer and heavy rains that treathened to drown them in that hole of theirs.
But all of that they had overcome until parvo virus kicked in.
The three of them were taken to to the vet immediately but one puppy passed away soon after that, only Bole and Djole continued fighting and eventually fought it off.
Now everything is behind them. They are healthy, growing real fast and are a bunch of lovely sweet looking puppies- even though they are brothers they look so different.
We want for them the best homes, the huge amount of love and patience because they've been trough hell in this little time they have been with us.
Things you should know about Bole
around 5 months old
Around 11kg, should be around 20-24kg as a fully grown dog
Lives in his foster home with our team mate slobodanka where he lives whitin a pack of dogs
He absolutely loves the home comforts, loves the bed he has made his-own so he liberatedly jumps on it to sleep
after a good nap Bole rushes outside where all the fun begins. In the yard he loves to play with doggies, especially with the biggest resident dog. Bole besides toys, really enjoys in rearranging the garden by digging it- so clearly he has to be entertained with something in his new home
even though Bole was once a wild puppy, now he loves people. He greets them with wagging tail - occasionally he can be shy which his new family has to keep in mind to slowly introduce him to strangers
not tested with kids
Not tested with cats
Bole is such a funny little puppy, his looks is quite a special one- he's got squared head, long body similar to sausage dogs and short legs and his coat is wrinkled just like in sarpei breed.
he'll need some lead practice
healthy, fully vaccinated
Castration is mandatory in his new home
How do you adopt Bole?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Bole'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.
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 Bole please fill in our adoption questionnaire.