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Heading back home from work she saw kids roughly playing with a little ball of bones and skin. She thought about whether she should approach them because she knew the outcome. It was no one's puppy and no one would take him home.

As nights were getting colder, she knew that if she doesn't take him, who knows what would happen to the little puppy.

He got the name snoopy for obvious reasons :D

From day 1 he blended into a pack of doggies he was brought to. But now he is a grown-up boy who needs to find his proper home and a loving family !

Things you should know about SNOOPY

✔️ 5 months old

✔️Mixed breed

✔️ Around 5kg, should be between 8-10kg as a fully grown dog

  • Lives with his rescuer in a flat where he found his refugee from the cold and cruelty

  • He shares that space with other foster dogs, mostly puppies and resident dogs

  • still isn't toilet trained but with some patience and guided by his future family he should pick it up quickly

  • doesn't react to cats, but should be properly introduced

  • He is the sensitive one. When he meets unfamiliar people he would often pee himself and although he is scared and confused, timidly with his tail between his legs he comes near to sniff you. It takes time until he gains the confidence enough to start playing with unfamiliar people.

  • He is very affectionate with the people he knows. Clingy as he is, he doesn't like to part from the ones he loves and finds protection in. He still sleeps in the bed with his rescuer, glued to her so he could feel her closeness. His new family should shower him with love as much as he will them, give him so much needed time and help him gain the confidence he's now lacking at.

  • Doesn't live with children but he is amazing with them.

  • He loves to eat but above all his favourite activity is cuddling

  • Loves spending time with dogs and is very submissive in interaction with them

  • needs some practice in walking on a lead

  • healthy, fully vaccinated

  • castration is mandatory in his new home

How do you adopt SNOOPY?

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

You will need to pay for the Snoopy's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.

The costs are typically €550in 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.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email

To apply for SNOOPY please fill in our adoption questionnaire.


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