The smallest litter of 2-3weeks of age was tossed on a hot graveyard concrete on a summer day.
It was uncertain for how many days they had been there, but the moment they heard us coming near to them, they started crying and crying.😢😭
So small and defenseless, it was such a heartache seeing them there on a scorching day with spilled water out of the plates.
They were hungry and thirsty.
Exhausted as they only could find a shade beneath the containers.
Covered in fleas.
Bloody from flea bites.
See their story here:
💫But these babies proved to be extremely tough and now they are finally ready to embark into a new chapter of their lives- a chapter in which they have a family!
Meet Bandit, named after his dark patches around his eyes. Fearless little boy <3
Things you should know about Bandit
around 5,5 months old
10kg, should be between 13-17kg as a fully grown boy
He lives in a foster home with his siblings and other dogs, from whom some are resident and others are also being fostered
Sleeps in a dog's house, spends time in a pen while his caregiver is on work. But once he comes home, the fun begins- pupps are released in the garden where they meet nearly 10 dogs, much bigger & older than they are
Bandit in one of the bigger puppies in the litter, the one that while growing up has always been with the biggest tummy as he knew how to fight for food.
gets along perfectly with people, both familiar and unfamiliar. He has a great deal of confidence and we hope he'll continue to be like that even after he finds his forever home.
Adores cuddles and with his brother Wiggles, he'll be among the first puppies who'd be all over you within a second, asking for some cuddles and kisses he's so craving for as his care giver is quite a busy man.
not house trained, neither he is toilet trained so perhaps it will take him some time to learn toileting with patience and guidance of her new family
Has never met a child before so a nice introduction is needed, although with his gentle & sweet character they should make beat friends straight away
Loves running through the garden, restlessly exploring and playing with his siblings and other playful doggies regardless of their size.
not cat tested, although we strongly believe he'd get used to it in time and some small perseverance as he's still a puppy and would find a cat quite interesting in the beginning
Not used on walking on a lead so a small practice is needed
healthy, fully vaccinated
Castration is mandatory once he is old enough
How do you adopt Bandit?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Bandit's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him 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.
To apply for Bandit please fill in our adoption questionnaire.