Synonym for love and goodness!
He showed up one day in front of our vet's office. Since it was extremely dangerous to look after him there, we had no other solution but to take him in.
So he joined us in the shelter.
After a while Chapa got distemper but luckily came out of it as a survivor.
As a sweet boy he is, he wanted to play and have fun in the shelter but we noticed some dogs didn't like his presence which is why Chapa started to hide from the dogs and didn't want to engage anymore in plays.
It felt wrong to keep him there so we moved him to a foster home.
There, Chapa has thrived.
He enjoys the love he receives there both from dogs and people who take care of him.
He is now:
🎄7 months old
🎄12-13kg, perhaps will grow to be 15-17kg
🏠he is not very familiar with the indoors kind of life as he spends nights in the accommodation adjusted for dogs only but during the day loves going out in the garden
🐕he is an absolute star with dogs, has so many doggie friends there, smaller and so much bigger than he is ( GSP)
🐈⬛good with cats
👧👶amazing with kids ( currently living with a 2y pld child who is pretty much dog savvy)
❤️🔥loving personality, gentle but playful, undemanding, so careful when it comes to playing with kids.
🎄not entirely lead trained but he is getting there
💙will need some guidance with toilet training as due to stress toilet accidents are likely to happen
⭐️healthy, fully vaccinated and castrated
How do you adopt CHAPA?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Chapa's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him 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.