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He is a puppy thrown on a Christmas day right across the road of the church. Poor thing knew nothing else but to lie down on a cold & wet concrete and try to catch some sleep after hours of whining and crying.

Tons of people had passed him by and no one did anything.

It is how little Blake ended with us as there was no way we could just leave him there.

He was TERRIFIED and whined a lot when we caught him. Even our touch and gentle strokes didn't really feel good to him. Some of those things still remained which is why we'd love to get him a home as soon as possible so he could start socializing and trusting more.

Things you should know about Blake

  • around 4 months old

  • Mixed breed, possibly Pulin cross

  • 5kg and should grow to be around 10-12kg

  • He lives in a foster home he shares with resident dogs and others who are also being fostered

  • Sleeps in a basement he shares with several dogs and during the day isn't restricted from going in the yard and spending the whole day there

  • not house-trained, neither he is toilet trained so it will take him some time to learn that with the patience and guidance of his new family

  • Has never met a child before so a nice introduction is needed.

  • Loves running through the garden, restlessly exploring and playing with other dogs whose size is irrelevant to him . He is in love with the alpha male in the house, a big hound mix dog who lets Blake get his way around, teaching him mischief while the foster carer is at work.

  • 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

  • This is one quite sensitive puppy who tends to run away from unfamiliar people but there is still time to turn things around as once he is caught, he is still in the arms of a person who holds him and allows hugs and kisses ( there is no aggression at all ) so we strongly believe that with perseverance he'll get used to being loved and showered with affection.Blake is so soft, both inside and outside so preferably we'd love dog experienced people who will bring the best out of this little wool boy.

  • 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 Blake?

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

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

The costs are typically €550 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

To apply for Blake please fill in our adoption questionnaire.

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