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This is Keka. She was a girl in a heat roaming through the city until she met our Slobodanka. The dog so gentle, with the most lovable eyes, being pestered by dogs for days meant only one thing- she needed to be moved from there and spayed when the time comes. And while waiting for the vet appointment, Keka lived in a house with many other dogs where she fitted in perfectly. Once the postspay recovery ended, no one had the heart to leave her on the street, so she became a shelter dog.

More than anything, Keka would love to have a nice life with the poeple who will give her what she needs- love.

Kika at the vet

Keka in the shelter

Things you should know about Keka

  • around 2 years old

  • Mixed breed,

  • Around 22-3 kg

  • after months she had spent in the house, she is now a dog of a shelter and has taken everything in her stride from day one

  • She loved being pampered in the house and to chill out with other dogs in the garden but now even though she doesn't enjoy the commodities as before she still is happy and grateful

  • she sleeps in the pen with 2 other dogs but during the day they are released form there and are completely free to roam through the shelter and its nearby fields. She absolutely loves to run and explore, is fast and quite an enthusiast when on loose

  • she has been nothing but great with all dogs- small, big, old or young.

  • house trained with occasional toilet accidents which is manageable with frequent garden visits

  • Keka will need a careful introduction with kids as we haven't tested her still. She is a very good girl when introduced to unfamiliar people and with her sweet personality we don't expect problems with kids. Dog savvy kids are advantage

  • Keka loves the cuddles and fully enjoys in the affection she gets from people, isn't too clingy, one could say she is quite independed and loves doing her own things. Having a dog to accompany her would be a plus but she can be homed as an only dog.

  • she'll still need some lead practice but has been fine so far

  • healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed

How do you adopt Keka?

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

You will need to pay for keka'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.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email

To apply for Keka please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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