While MISI's were saving a grow up dog in a village near the shelter, a baby girl just suddenly showed up in front of them with her scruffy look and her wiggly bum. Not much we could do but to find her a foster home until she is big enough for adoption because shelter wasn't an option at that point due to huge possibilities for her to get sick over there,
And so, this girl accidentally rolled in to our lives and now she is all ready to find her brand new&forever family🏡
Things you need to know about IZZY
4 months old
around 4 kg and possibly won't be bigger than 10 kg once she is fully grown
currently placed in the foster home, which is a flat, where she lives with other dogs
she isn't entirely toilet trained so accidents are likely to happen in the beginning but with some patience and time she will learn that quickly
loves other dogs but also loves people's attention as well
so far she's been doing great with kids as well but we'd prefer her to be around dog savvy children
not cat tested but with proper introduction she will learn to cohabit with them
very sweet natured puppy but a regular puppy behaviour once she becomes fully relaxed in her new home is to be expected- such es chewing, jumping, nibbing, whining...
still learning to walk on a lead and so far she's been doing great!
healthy and fully vaccinated
spaying will be mandatory once she is fully grown
How do you adopt IZZY?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract. You will need to pay for Izzy's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her 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.