Our friends saw this miniature on Christmas in the uninhabited village area. She probably felt safer there from other dogs and people, maybe she was chased out of the village.
They stopped to feed her, knowing that at the moment they had no space and no plan to get her to safety. They poured out a large amount of dry food to her. But Minnie wasn't interested at all. She climbed into our friend's lap and snuggled up to her like they'd known each other forever. Not a trace of caution or restraint. Minnie longed for human contact, for attention.
They looked each other and it was immediately clear that they couldn't leave Minnie there.
So, Minnie was packed in the car and off to the vet.
She has been tested and screened for all Inflective Diseases. Luckily our little darling was perfectly healthy. However, further investigation revealed that Minnie was pregnant and she was carrying two dead babies.
Dead fetuses in the dog's body can lead to tragic consequences.
The surgery went well. Minnie recovered quickly.
Now Minnie is safe and enjoying her dog life and is most certainly ready for any adventure!
Things you should know about Minnie
🧸2 years old
🧸Weighs around 6kg
Not house / toilet trained so a small guidance is needed in the beginning as she spends the majority of the time outside.
not cat tested
She gets along well with all dogs. However, Minnie doesn't like pesty puppies. She doesn't like it when the little savages keep running after her and asking her to play. Minnie then clearly puts them off and show some boundaries.
She is very open and trusting towards people.
hasn't been introduced to children but we believe she'll be great with them having in mind how friendly and gentle she is. Dog savvy kids are always an advantage
We suspect that Minnie lived on the streets for a longer time. She knows all the surrounding noises. When bikes or cars drive past, she doesn't react.
healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed
How do you adopt Minnie ?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Minnie'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.
To apply for Minnie please fill in our adoption questionnaire.