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A litter of 4 was thrown in a cardboard box in front of the house of a good friend of ours and a great dog lover. What was a true heartbreak is to see puppies, who had zero chances of survival as they were stolen from their mum being only a couple of days old. Blind, hungry, thirsty, 100% defenseless in a box, crying. What a shock it was for our friend who found's unnecessary to say how much care their upbringing required but it is so rewarding now, after all this time, seeing them all healthy and radiating in their craziness.

It turns out, these puppies are gun dogs, or some sort of a mix of the breed so clearly, a hunter tossed them there,

Let's begin with the loco Lucky- the biggest in the litter, the most hungry puppy and owner of the loving personality!

Things you should know about Lucky

✔️3.5 months old

✔️mixed breed, gun dog

💕weighs around 8kg, should be expected to reach 25-27kg

  • Lives in a pen for small dogs, it's a fenced part of the yard, tiled where their house for doggies is placed

  • not house and toilet trained, which will require some time and patience from you. he'll appreciate a lot your company and guidance as life in a house will be a whole new thing for him

  • Never seen a cat as there is no any. With his young age there shouldn't be an issue getting him used on cats or any other animal

  • loves dogs and is very used on having 4 legged companions

  • Amazing personality- open to new things, to new experiences. Enjoys so much in cuddles and has no respect to personal space of anyone who comes to see him. He loves the attention, loves running around, dragging his toys, playing with his siblings.

  • Hasn't shown any signs of prey drive which doesn't mean he doesn't have one- gun dogs are athletic, fast, working dogs who need enough of the exercise throughout the day so we'd preferif you are active people who enjoy outdoor. Loco Lucky with his gigantic belly will devour every kind of food he encounters, it's that much he likes to eat,

  • not lead trained, so he will need some practice in that as well

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • castration is mandatory in a new home once he is old enough

How do you adopt Lucky?

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

You will need to pay for Lucky's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him 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.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email

To apply for Lucky


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