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Local dog groups were shaken up when once a skinny & poorly looking mother dog was spotted with her breasts hanging to the bare ground. She came that day to the megastore to try & find something to eat.

No one helped even though the post was shared and people were alarmed.

No one but our stubborn team member who had been sitting there in front of the megastore every day until one day she came all scared and humbled, looking for food.

She had her meal & allowed a leash to be put around her neck and led the way to her babies.

She gave birth in a military barrack in a minefield where no man could pass without the authority of the military.

How did she manage to pass through the dangerous terrain without being hurt -we'll never know.

With the generous help of the military members she was finally saved and it was when her beautiful babies have seen the light of day -a GORGEOUS litter of 6 PANDA babies.

Nada was severely malnourished and poorly looking and it took her a while to gain the weight. However, her bright eyes and good heart have remained the same in spite the life she had had before she met us.

Story :

She is our general, our bravery, our NADA which means HOPE.

Now she has to part from her babies as each should find their loving homes🏠🏡

Things you should know about NADA

  • 3 years old

  • Mixed breed

  • approx.14 kg

  • 🏡After living in a foster home for months, she came to the shelter and showed us her disapproval immediately in regards to living in a pen with her she jumped over the fence and became the freelander. :

  • gets perfectly along with every dog he interacts with and there are plenty of dogs of different size/age and character

  • not house-trained, nor she is toilet-trained so it will definitely take her some time to learn toileting with the patience and guidance of her new family

  • absolute delight of a dog, kind and gentle, not fearful of unfamiliar people but very well balanced and docile. Loyal & affectionate to the people she knows and loves and intelligent to the unimaginable extent

  • not tested with kids but she will love them. The tolerance she has and the amount of love she has to give will make her the best companion for kids

  • not cat tested, there shouldn't be an issue with proper introduction

  • not lead trained but walks on a lead, with patience she will master it in to time

  • healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed

How do you adopt NADA ?

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

You will need to pay for NADA'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 NADA please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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