Didi was one of the puppies who had the bad luck to be thrown away by their owner.
Luckily she was with her mum the whole time as she wasn’t allowed to go back to her home.
Apart of her brother and her, the whole tiny family has been adopted and very much loved by their new families.
Let’s find this soft little girl a home.🧸
Things you should know about Didi
1 year old
Lives in the shelter, in an enclosure she shares with puppies 😂 lucky her
Loves spending time in the yard with the rest of the dogs from the shelter who she gets along with brilliantly.
Toilet incidents in the house due to stress are likely to happen in the beginning so a guidance is needed as she’s shortly been inside the house and perhaps doesn’t remember of how
Familiar with cats. In fact while she was staying shortly at our memeber’s house, she met lots of cats & kittens and was very nice to them
used to be wary of unfamiliar people, would not approach them or she’d just need some time to get to know them but since she’s in the shelter she’s become really chilled when it comes to meeting new people but also new dogs
as far as we know, she hasn’t met kids but has a very sweet natured personality which is why we believe she’d be excellent with kids of any age ( preference is kids above the age of 10 because she can be jumpy and behaves sometimes like a puppy)
She’s average in activity, not very needy for big space but likes to sniff around through the shelter and run with other dogs
Walks on a lead
healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed
How do you adopt Didi?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Didi‘s transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.
The costs are typically 475 to 650 € in total depending on where you are located and which company is delivering a dog to you.
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 Didi please fill in our adoption questionnaire.