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A litter of 4 puppies approximately 1 month of age was found somewhere in the city between the houses and buildings in a cardboard-made shelter. The puppies were mostly on their own as their mother didn't spend enough of time with them so they were somewhat dehydrated and hungry when found. The neighbors living beside them were unsympathetic and complaining about the noise/crying and wanted them out.

One puppy didn't make it but the rest of them, with some care, frequent meals and vitamins, kept growing and growing.

They are now nearly 4 months old, healthy and radiating.

Their appearance is just so adorable, so clearly that's where the name FLUFFERS is coming from.


New pictures, April 2024

Things you should know about Luna

✔️1.5 years old

✔️mixed breed

Weighs around 20-22kg

  • After changing a couple of foster homes and boarding houses, now she lives in the shelter

  • Not house/toilet trained so a guidance and lots of patience is needed in the beginning

  • not cat tested although with her kind nature we can't see this as an issue as long as they are introduced slowly

  • Luna is a girl who has been protective of her brother Leo from the very beginning. she was someone who comforted and hugged her brother. And now, she is the leader, and Leo follows her in everything. Luna loves to run, mostly plays with males and tolerates a little rough play. They are the happiest when they are in the meadow. Luna loves to chase a flock of birds. And then, when they fly, she follows them with with her eyes. She can do everything, she is completely independent, a dog that likes the company of other dogs, but knows how to have fun alone. During walks, she knows how to separate herself from others and spend time on another place, without the presence of other dogs. Although no one taught her that, she has hygienic habits. Never defecates in the enclosure. During walk time, she is extremely active and is all about movement play, run, And when she's in the enclosure, she's a real slacker and a slob. She is mostly on the roof or in the house, watching the world around with boredom and waiting for the moment when she can run with the other dogs again. Luna is not the pack's leader, but whoever they are walking with, she imposes her direction and way of playing.

  • LUNA is very affectionate with people she gets to know a bit better, especially with her rescuer With her she is quite needy for attention and feeds from their closeness whereas with unfamiliars she is a bit reserved but it's for a short period of time until she becomes familiar with them. It would be helpful for her to have another dog in her new home to look up to.

  • she isn't living with kids, so a proper introduction is needed.

  • walks on a lead but still small practice is needed

  • healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed

How do you adopt Luna ?

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

You will need to pay for Luna's 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.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email

To apply for Luna please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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