Juna is one of many, who experienced abandonment from their owners.
To make things worse, she gave birth in a cemetery and looked after her babies she put in a barrel for more than a month. People used to give them food but nothing else...they still faced cold nights alone, with no warm house or bed, and importantly no shelter.
After we had found a puppy nearby who looked the same and was the same age as Juna's litter, we knew they all needed saving and we couldn't leave them.
Since Juna arrived to Misi's, she 1st spent some time in a foster home and afterward came to the shelter where we've had the opportunity to know her better and see what an actual sweetheart she is.
We're positive she will adore people who adopt her and give her the love she needs. so let's embark on this search for Juna's lifelong happiness.🌞🌸
Things you should know about JUNA
4 years old
around 40 kg of sweetness
Lives in a shelter, in an enclosure for dogs she shares with her daughters, Aya and Maya
CC's are known for their exercise requirements as they need their daily energy burn outs-they make great hiking/running companions and just enjoy having something to do. Despite the fact Juna is most of the time trapped in an enclosure that is somewhat small for such big dogs, she doesn't display any negative behavior and is quite well balanced dog.
She can be protective over her kids and it usually manifests with her standing in front of them and barking, protecting them from the unfamiliar. But as they grow and become bigger she doesn't protect them as much as she did before.
They play all the time and can be very vocal occasionally. Her excitement to see us is heartbreaking because she enjoys in human contact and absolutely adores cuddles but due to a large number of dogs placed in the shelter she doesn't get enough of the attention she deserves. She gladly goes on her back to have a belly rub and is a pure pleasure watching her interact with anyone who comes for a visit in a such good & friendly manner.
loves other dogs as well. She has her walks on a lead throughout the shelter where she meets different dogs in size and personality and hasn't been on a bad foot with anyone, Just the opposite, either she ignores the dogs and focuses on her walks and all the smells surrounding her or she wants to run with the dogs and have fun. Because her recall isn't the best, she hasn't been off lead yet.
She isn't house / toilet trained so a small guidance will be needed in the beginning
Amazing with people, so far hasn't shown fear from unfamiliar people
hasn't met the kids - our preference are dog savvy children as she is a big girl
not cat tested
walks on a lead but not a big fan, prefers freedom :D
healthy, fully vaccinated & spayed
How do you adopt Juna?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Juna'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 Juna please fill in our adoption questionnaire.