Lovely Posavac hound mum was spotted with her 11 babies on a field in a village. Locals said she was roaming around looking for food for weeks so possibly she gave birth somewhere and once the puppies started walking she took them to a field.
People living across the road of the field saw the numerous family standing there one pouring day in November and decided to take them in so they at least are safe and away from other dogs, cars and other dangers.
Having a mum and 11 puppies forced them to ask for help and it was when we jumped in for help.
2 puppies were locally adopted and 9 of them scrolled under MISI's wings. Mum is happily adopted by kind people who saved the numerous family in the first place.
Now these chonky little pupps are ready for their furever homes <
VIDA, one of many girls in the litter, but equally stunning!
Things you should know about VIDA
✔️7.5 months old
✔️Posavac hound cross
✔️Weighs around 11-12kg, should be around 15-17kg as a fully grown dog
she is currently living in a boarding house for dogs where she lives with her 8 siblings. The puppies are placed in an outdoor accommodation but spend time during the day in a yard
has never been indoors and isn't toilet trained but with some guidance and perseverance she should pick on that quite fast
not cat tested. it shouldn't be a problem living with a cat due to such young age and proper and slow introductions with a cat
lives with big resident dogs and also fostered dogs and puppies. From day 1 puppies have been in the mood for 4 legged companions, they aren't fearful and mostly want to play with all kinds of dogs. Vida likes toys, she drags them through the yard inviting others to join her.
likes people and doesn't show fearful behaviour with unfamiliar individuals
hasn't been introduced to kids but this shouldn't be an issue as long as the kids are respectful towards animals and preferably dog savvy.
During the day the puppies and other doggies are together in a yard where they have all sorts of fun time-from playing with each other, to playing with toys, destroying
stuffing from the cushions, sunbathing etc. These puppies tend to be active, curious and eager to explore so an active family would be the best option for them.
So far hasn't had the opportunity to show the prey drive which is common with Posavac breed. The breed is known as very intelligent and working dog ( she'll need mental & physical stimulation), athletic with amazing stamina, trainable and their loyalty and devotion to the family make them brilliant family pets
not walking on the lead so some practice will be needed
healthy, fully vaccinated
spaying will be done before she goes to her forever home
How do you adopt VIDA?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for VIDA's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her 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.
To apply for Vida please fill in our adoption questionnaire.