She was a new dog in the village who had never been spotted before, disorientated and very nervous and somewhat scared. However, she loved the company of people and followed kids going home from school. While on a daily walk with our dogs, she accompanied us so joyfully and was nice with the dogs as well.
Days had passed by and she was still wandering the streets, but now with a group of male dogs following her everywhere, She was in her season and we needed to act fast.
It is how this stunning girl - Joan of Arc, became a part of our numerous gang.
A hetero chromatic beauty, who inspires us with every gracious step she takes.
A true lover of life who appreciates every kind word or gesture which she greets with a huge tail wag and a kiss.
Deserves a home of her own and a warm bed !
Things you should know about JOKA
11 months old
Lives in a foster home where she came after being caught on the streets and where she's been staying ever since. She sleeps in an outdoorsy accommodation, in a pen for dogs, and in a dog's house.
She is absolutely brilliant with people and kids as she was spending a lot of time in a schoolyard. Still, a proper & slow introduction is needed as always, Dog savvy kids are always a plus.
not cat tested
not house/ toilet trained and some guidance is needed in the beginning until she learns the routine
She looks like an active dog, who loves to have enough stimulation and outdoors activities, Joka is also a great cuddler who enjoys the attention of people and is very affectionate.
strong, good-looking, and very athletic but at the same time very gentle. She couldn't be praised enough by her foster carer who says she is one of the sweetest dogs she's ever looked after. Joka spends time with puppies and absolutely loves them all, she joins them in their daily mischiefs and behaves like one of them
will need some lead training, but she isn't that bad with it
healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed
How do you adopt JOKA?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Joka'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.
To apply for Joka please fill in our adoption questionnaire.