ROLLY is our funny, feisty little boy. He is the smallest of all of the boys in his litter, the second smallest out of the whole bunch.
He was found in a minefield at barely 1-month-old. The litter of 5, 3 boys and 2 girls, has been through thick and thin with their gorgeous mother who had suffered a lot & wandered the streets all skinny and exhausted just to find a piece of bread to be able to feed her babies.
After being placed in a foster home, puppies contracted with parvo and one puppy passed away. The rest managed to survive and are really making up for lost time; they are healthy and crazy. It is one of the greatest pleasures to watch this bunch having fun and making mischief.
Now it's about time for each to find their loving homes and families to adore.
Meet Rolly, our fiesty little boy.
Things you should know about Rolly:
Around 9 months old
Currently around 8kg. Should be around 13kg once he is fully grown. He's still only small with little skinny legs, and he might not get much bigger.
Rolly LOVES toys. Tennis balls, chews, he can't wait to chase them & chew things. He will suit an active family who wants to play with him!
The whole little family lives in our shelter - so definitely will need some time adjust to a life inside the house. Days with them are filled with laughter and hard work as everything they had destroyed or found or nibbled needs to be put away, or repaired or cleaned. We don't think he'll have any trouble settling into the hustle and bustle of a family home, he's very confident
Not house-trained or toilet-trained - it might take him some time to learn toileting with the patience and guidance of his new family
Spends some time during the day in the garden where all of them, as well as the rest of the puppies from the household, have a blast time together
Gets perfectly along with every dog he interacts with
Not tested with kids. dog-savvy kids who can give him the space and respect he needs to decompress in his new home will be preferable
Not cat tested
Not lead trained
Healthy, fully vaccinated
Neutering is mandatory in his new home
Rolly as a puppy around 4-5 months old:
How do you adopt Rolly?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Rolly's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get him 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 Rolly please fill in our adoption questionnaire.