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This is a story of a litter of 5 tossed in a field right next to the busy highway.

Puppies hid in a bush and had possibly starved for many days before being found.

They were forced to spend there a fair amount of time before an option to take them to foster became a reality.

During that time we had only prayed that we won't get to see them hurt or ran over by a car.

But these lucky ones made it out alive from there and are now placed in a foster home.

NAMI is one of the girls.

Nami in Japanese means wave. She is free spirited, adventurous puppy but at the same time so affectionate and loving

Now is looking for her forever home.🏚️🌷

Things you should know about NAMI

  • 5,5 months old

  • Mixed breed

  • 7-8kg, should be between 12-15 as a fully grown girl

  • she lives in a foster home with her siblings and resident dogs of the family

  • Sleeps in a pen and spends the majority of the time there-in a small pen of concrete and wire walls which isn't big enough for all 5 of them and the puppies are growing big each day so it becomes really tight in there

  • During the day she goes to the yard where she gets her runs and sniffs throughout the space. They really enjoy being free and able to do whatever they like, especially if we are visiting then they get to have some fun with us and so much wanted cuddles and kisses. Nami is just adorable, wiggly and really cuddly, quite lively and affectionate puppy who adores nothing less but to be near you,

  • 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 and can be quite jumpy so our preference are dog savvy children, from 10 y and above

  • Great with dogs, familiar and unfamiliar ones. Usually is quite submissive in interaction with other doggies but can stand up for self when needed in interaction with her siblings who can be really pushy from time to time.

  • not cat tested

  • Not used on walking on a lead so a small practice is needed

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • spaying is mandatory once she is old enough

How do you adopt NAMI?

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

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

The costs are typically €550-650 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 NAMI please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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