Their beauty is just breathtaking.
As soon as they were barely 2 months old, someone couldn’t wait anymore, scooped them in a box and left them in a yard of our good friend whose house & yard are filled with more than 10dogs and puppies.
Of course our friend couldn’t do nothing but to invite them in.
Now, they are amazing little chaps who can’t wait to find their permanent home.
Can be adopted separately but we would love soooo so much if they could stay together 🌺
Things you should know about Ben and Jerry
3,5 months old
Circa 6kg, possibly will be around 15-20 when fully grown
Not used to living indoors and not toilet trained. They do live in a room which is adjusted for dogs, sleep in their dog’s beds and toilet accidents happen from time to time so a slightly guidance and patience is needed until they learn
Not lead trained
They love other dogs and actually are living with approx. 10 grown up dogs and 10 puppies
Good with cats
Not bothered by unfamiliar people, they equally love everyone but since they haven’t met the kids, we’d prefer the kids to be used to having dogs around
Very vivacious, love spending time in the garden where they play & run all day long
So far have shown the sweetest personality, they enjoy interacting with dogs but also love having the attention of humans
Healthy and fully vaccinated
Castration is mandatory once they are old enough
How do you adopt Ben and/or Jerry?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract. You will need to pay for Ben/Jerry’s transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him/them to you.
The costs are typically €475 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.