Beky is the boss of our shelter.
We reckon he's somewhere between 8-10 years old... but who's counting? Not that his age has absolutely any bearing on his temperament or his behaviour. Beky is still the life and soul of the party & a really cheeky character.
We found him on the streets a little while ago with the most insanely long, neglected coat we've ever seen. It was crazy - we had no idea what he'd look like under all that floof.... but we were super happy to see he is such a handsome boi! That's why it's hard to know how old he is, but our vet has had a guess.
He's medium-sized, under 20kg. We don't know what he is - I think even Beky would be confused about his breed 🥴
The best things about Beky:
A really funny guy. Cheeky & loves some fuss.
Good at walking on the lead. He's grown out of his messing around!
Could be rehomed with a dog savvy cat - he has spent time around them before incident free!
Could also be rehomed with children - again, he has spent time with kids before with no problems, but of course kids would need to be dog savvy
Beky would prefer to have all of your attention to himself so is totally fine (and probably better) as an only dog
Beky would suit a household looking for a calmer dog
Beky is a man of simple pleasures - he likes a walk... he loves to eat... he loves to do a bit of a bork & have a chat with you... He's not so fussed about toys
Vaccinated & castrated
Some things that you should know:
Beky can be a bit dominant with male dogs. It's not aggressive but might need some help to train him out of it!
As you can see, he'll need some regular grooming
Beky lived on the street for... well, we don't know the precise length of time. Our vet has checked him over and says he shows no signs of any problems right now, he seems super healthy! But that of course doesn't mean he couldn't have a residual tick-borne illness or some underlying condition that shows no symptoms. We would ask his new family to contribute toward some tests to double-check this before he leaves, so you know exactly how Beky's health is - cost is approx €40.
How do you adopt Beky?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for his transportation and pay for the paperwork. The costs are typically €475 in total, depending on where you are located.
We would like any potential adopter to know in what health condition Beky is, especially since we don't know how long he was out there alone for... His tests would be roughly €40, to check for tick-borne illnesses etc, so we can fill you in on his background!
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 email@example.com
To apply for Beky please fill in our adoption questionnaire.