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Frida is just one more mum in a see of mums who had her babies at the cemetery. She is certainly not the last one who had to look after her babies in holes, bushes, places safe enough to protect them & keep them unseen from people or other dogs. She had 4 beautiful boys n galls who have now outgrown her in size. She is the smallest one in this little family.

This was Frida's last litter of babies and how many did she have in the past and what happened to all of them will stay unknown. The life that Frida led before she came to us will also remain an unsolved puzzle.

Frida is such a lovely dog. A dog of a very friendly demeanor, withdrawn, unassertive and very kind and gentle. An invisible dog.

She deserves a new chance in life, to finally be someone's friend and companion for the rest of her days.

Things you should know about Frida

  • betweek 4-5 years old

  • Mixed breed

  • 7-8 kg,

  • currently lives in the shelter with her babies in a pen,whilst she spends some time during the day outside where she gets to explore freely the shelter and the fields in the surroundings

  • Loves to be able to go and run although she comes back on her own record - there is no need to run after her. She gives the impression of a dog who knows how to fend on her own outside. With dogs in the shelter ( there are many of them), she is perfect- very easy going, at times submissive, has never had any incident with any of them.

  • she is house and toilet trained-which we witnessed recently while she was in her post spay recovery with one of our teammates. She loved to be a house dog- the bed especially & all the coziness that it brings. She didn't have not one toilet accident indoors and it seemed as she had lived in a house before-it's how well she fitted in.

  • As it turns out, Frida loves the cats, she even shared her bed with them, she loves all dogs as well but always would prefer her human over dogs.

  • Very affectionate doggo, loves her cuddles and to sleep with someone in their bed-it's how much the closeness with her human is important to her. When she'd be left alone, she would go to her bed and chill on her own- she's never been destructive in the house or made some mess inside.

  • Frida is really good with unfamiliar people as well- gladly comes for cuddles and doesn't have trust issues.

  • amazing with kids

  • not used on walking on a lead but with some practice she will learn

  • healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed

How do you adopt Frida?

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

You will need to pay for Frida's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her 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 Frida please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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