In front of the ambulance building were two bundles of fur freezing in December. Someone must've left them there as it is usually a place frequently visited by people so they had hoped someone would take them.
But no one ever does that.
It is a usual and a very sad thing that people who rescue dogs are lacking in number compared to the ones who leave them...so they are always flooded with dogs and puppies. But our friend couldn't leave them, even if that would mean that these puppies will spend the beginning of their lives being kenneled and crated.
At least they are alive and healthy and now are ready to find their homes!
We're starting with Jonny :D
Things you should know about Jonny
✔️3 months old
Weighs around 4kg, should be between 15-17kg as a fully grown dog
Jonny and other small puppies are placed together in a room where they spend the most of their time. He sleeps in a crate but during the day gets to have some outdoor activities with the rest of the dogs. Some of them are quite big and old but they all get along perfectly well!
Not house / toilet trained so a small guidance is needed in the beginning as they spend the majority of the time in a room adjusted for dogs so toilet accidents happen all the time
not cat tested
Jonny is the resourceful & confident one from the 2 brothers. He is the boss of the pack, lively and mischief-maker. Lively and sometimes boisterous towards hos brother, he adores nothing more but to have crazy time in the yard with other dogs, dragging his toys and wearing his energy out.
Very affectionate towards people and doesn't make a huge fuss when he meets unfamiliar people. However, the trip being so long and stressful might cause fear and confusion so small baby steps are needed while the puppy is adjusting to the new environment.
hasn't been introduced to children but we believe he'll be amazing with them having in mind how friendly this puppy is. Dog savvy kids are always an advantage
healthy, fully vaccinated
castration is mandatory in a new home once she is old enough
How do you adopt Jonny ?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Jonny transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.
The costs are typically €550 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.
To apply for Jonny please fill in our adoption questionnaire.