Sweet as he is, once he showed up in a coffee shop where our team member works, it was easy for him to gain her heart.
They had let him sleep on a chair till the closing hour but unfortunately had to let him go during the night.
We had to make room for this soul and that’s how he came to the shelter where he’s finally safe.
Things you have to know about Hulk
⭐️2 years old
💙lives in the shelter with more than 30 dogs so not house not toilet trained which means his new family will have to guide him a little bit but he definitely is one smart boy so we don’t expect any problems in that matter
💙Extremely sensitive and calm, undemanding and people orientated-he loves and enjoys so much in people’s company, stares at us and if we are looking in his direction he expects a cuddle or a sweet word, a kiss so he wiggles his bum and waits for us to come closer and give him smooches and hugs
🤍walks on a lead but it’s recommended to be careful at first because he was for so long a street dog and is used to have the whole town under his feet
🤍Averagely active with an amazing calm personality which is why we think he would be very nice with children but we’d definitely like the kids to be used having dogs around as he isn’t a small dog.
💙not cat tested
💙fully vaccinated, castrated and healthy
How do you adopt Hulk?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract. You will need to pay for Hulk transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him to you. The costs are typically €475 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.