Litter of 8 puppies was brought to the world by their mum, who people say is Belgian Malinois breed, and since no one wanted the pupps, in order to prevent them from being tossed in the middle of nowhere, their rescuer took them and brought to safety. In a safe environment these puppies have had the opportunity to grow up into real mischief makers.

Alani is one of the 4 sister, but boy, isn’t she just beautiful!

Things you should know about Alani

  • 5 months old

  • Belgian Malinois cross

  • around 10 kg and should reach to be at least 20 kg

  • Live in a foster home, in an outdoorsy type of accomodation, meaning her new family will have to show her the house, let her explore a little bit and toilet train her,

  • she is not toilet trained so accidents will happen in the beginning

  • not cat tested

  • Surrounded by other dogs daily, especially with her siblings who are very boisterous between themselves

  • lives with scholar kids and is very nice and friendly towards them so children from 12y of age and above who are preferably dog savvy should make a nice match

  • Loves people and so far isn’t afraid from unfamiliar ones but have in mind that stress can cause lots of issues including them being fearful towards people they don't know so a proper and slow introduction is needed

  • very vivacious and active and since the whole litter live together and don't get enough of the exercise during the day ( as they don't have the access to the garden during the whole day) they can be boisterous with one another ( there are 8 Malinoa puppies in the litter) so we'd love them to be homed in an outdoorsy / active family.

  • the breed suggests them to be highly intelligent and trainable (food orientated) so we'd love them to have experienced dog owners who will help them reach their full potential

  • not used to walking on a lead

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • spaying is mandatory once they are old enough

How do you adopt Alani?

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

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

The costs are typically €475 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 misisrescue@gmail.com

To apply for Alani please fill in our adoption questionnaire.