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Tiny and defenseless, Mum with her 2 puppies showed up at the entrance of one of the buildings. Some people had given them food there and taken care of them as much as they could, but still they were exposed to all sorts of cruelty that street life has to offer. So Lino's brother, being so smaller than Lino,tiny and blind, didn't survive this. He was in a so poor condition that vet care couldn't do anything for him.

Lino and his mother were immediately moved to a foster home in spite the fact that there was no empty room to place them but they needed to be taken to safety as little Lino needed monitoring.

But Lino turned out to be a fighter and resilient little thing. He was absolutely fine from day 1. Happy and bouncy, a number one vocalist in the foster home.

Now when Lino is a big boy, he needs a home of his own.

Recent pictures of Lino:


Things you should know about Lino

✔️6 months old

✔️mixed breed

🤍Weighs around 7kg should be between 8-10kg at full size.

  • Lino is living in an outdoor accomodation with his mother and one more puppy from another litter but during the day goes in the yard to play and wear out his energy

  • not cat tested

  • He is a true lover of life and consumer of all the nice things that life has to offer- he likes to play with toys all by himself or with other puppies or dogs, even when they don't feel like playing. Lino is cheeky and very confident in his own body 🐶 so much character fits in these couple of pounds 🐥🐥🐥

  • not lead trained, so he'll need some practice in that as well

  • Not familiar with kids, but with how amazing temperament he's got we'd absolutely love to place him in a family with kids he more than certainly will adore-he'll play tirelessly with them, kiss them, hug them, roll with them in the garden.Dog savvy kids are always a plus

  • Lino has no concept of personal space so he'll more then often would be all over the person who comes for a visit, requesting them to play with him. He isn't afraid at all of unfamiliarities of any kind-what a pupp !

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • castration is mandatory in a new home once he is old enough

How do you adopt Lino?

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

You will need to pay for Lino's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him to you.

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


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