It was 9 puppies at the construction site where most likely their mum found refuge to give birth.
Our friend who found the puppies started visiting them every day while bringing them hot meals so they didn’t need to worry about the food at least.
Unaware of the danger that surrounded them every day, puppies continued to play, grow and be happy until one of them stopped eating. Parvo was diagnosed and all 9 had it.
The exhausting fight begun but sadly 3 puppies didn’t make it.
Bred, Flower, Jessie, Julie, Fiona & JeyJey are our survivors who are now looking for their own homes and lovely families🏠🐾
Things you should know about Bred
✔️1 year old
⚖️Bred is around 20-1kg and will be between 20-22kg as a full grown dog
All 3 live in a pen and sleep in little doggie houses
Not house / toilet trained so small guidance is needed in the beginning
not cat tested but shouldn’t be an issue introducing and getting him used to cats because he is super friendly.
gets along perfectly with other dogs, older and different in size and characters, There isn't a single dog in the shelter he isn't great with because Bred with his playful and chill attitude is also quite submissive
Loves people and just wants to be close to them
hasn't been introduced to children but we believe he'll be amazing with them having in mind how friendly he is . Dog savvy kids are preferable
💕Bred- the only boy in the litter. Lively and cuddly, used to be a dominating dog but now he's a big chilling & easy going doggo.
Very wiggly and radiates happiness- from the moment you step near their pen, he calls you, desperately seeks attention and it's a real enjoyment looking once ill puppy loving life to this extent even if it is a sheltered life.
Loves exploring shelter and fields in the surroundings, is a keen runner, and a very athletic dog.
he'll require some lead practice
healthy, fully vaccinated and castrated
How do you adopt Bred ?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for a Bred's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her/him 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.
To apply for Bred please fill in our adoption questionnaire.