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A group of wild puppies appeared one day with their mum. Their mum is terrified of people and sadly her babies were imprinted with the same fear.

We kept an eye on them and took care of them from a distance, but one day their health started to deteriorate, so we took our chances to try and catch the babies, otherwise we knew they would‘ve ended up dead.

We caught George and Jovia, our two big & brave parvo survivors. They took a lot of nursing back to health, they were around 5kg at 4 months old, but they're both here now, perfectly healthy, and are ready to find their forever homes.

We‘d like to home them together ideally as they love each other, but we know that that doesn’t happen often, so we will also consider homing them separately.

George has a lot of character. He's funny, playful, loves cuddles and loves other dogs. He's smart, but stubborn, and will need some time to adjust to his new home with someone who is experienced with dogs and knows what to expect and how to train them!

  • They spent months in a foster home where they became healthy and have grown up so much

  • 8 months old

  • Tall dogs, around 22kg right now. We don't think they'll get much taller but will fill out as they grow up (likely to be around 25-30kg when fully grown)

  • Mixed breed

  • Have been living indoors but still spending as lot of time outside, so they're not properly house/toilet trained. Their new families will need to show willingness to teach them those things

  • Still careful when it comes to meeting new people but learning to relax and trust them more as each day goes by. Their new family will need to have some patience and encourage them to welcome new people.

  • Love company of other dogs, especially the playful ones. They would do great with a playful, confident dog at home.

  • They know how to cohabitate with a cat as they’ve been growing up watching them, although they are quite curious & excitable around them. A cat would need to be big-dog savvy!

  • Quick learners, extremely playful, love cuddles, belly rubs and kisses

  • They are now castrated, already fully vaccinated and perfectly healthy

  • We would not recommend a home with children under 10. There is no aggression with George at all but he is big and clumsy and we wouldn't want there to be any accidents.

How do you adopt George?

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

We don't charge an adoption fee, you will just need to cover the cost of transportation and paperwork such as passports etc. The costs are typically €475 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 from our suppliers have risen quite a lot. We hope you understand!

For more information please contact our facebook page or email


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