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Born or abandoned at the cemetery in the vicinity of the shelter where he still lives. In time he has become one of the most beautiful cemetery guard dogs besides his other friends there who make a beautiful & friendly pack. These dogs have food, doggie houses and care of people who work at the cemetery but also visitors and also people from the shelter as well.

Still, it would be just amazing to see them in their own homes with people who love them enough to give them the life they deserve!

Cupa in a fluffy bed would be an outstanding sight.

Things you should know about CUPA

🐾approximately 1 y old

🐾mixed breed

🐾weights around 20kg

  • lives at a cemetery where he is looked after by people who work there and people from the shelter who bring food

  • not house and toilet trained, so he'll definitely need some practice and especially patience from his owners

  • Cupa is quite a reserved dog. Still he is curious, eager to get to know you- he'd often come closer to an unfamiliar individual and sniff them but at every chance of being stroked , he'd run off. Meanwhile with some of us he is quite relaxed and feels confident enough to show his belly and enjoy some belly rubs. He'll need time to come around and help from his family in building up the trust and confidence for sure so he might not be the best choice for 1st time dog owners

  • not cat tested

  • He loves other dogs- already has several dog friends at the cemetery he lives with but also meets other stray dogs and also dogs from the shelter whom he usually meets on fields. He is very friendly and nice to all of them.

  • quite cheerful, happy bouncy dog to whom would be given a great chance to become someone's best friend with only some patience and effort involved. Cupa most certainly deserves all of this. He has a kind nature, has never harmed anyone and perhaps not having anything of his own or security he's become a dog who looks after himself by staying out of reach to majority

  • will need lead training

  • healthy, fully vaccinated and castrated

How do you adopt CUPA?

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

You will need to pay for Cupa's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him

to you.

The costs are typically €550 in total per dog, 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 Cupa please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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