A story about a girl and her mum who were found in the middle of nowhere.
They heard a car passing by and ran out to the street to be seen. The car had already passed them by.
Their silhouettes somewhere far behind in a fog stabbed us in the heart and we had to go back.
It was night and it was cold, a hound mum with her most likely only survived baby looked at us and mum's sad eyes full of hope is something that one can't turn its back to.
They came into the car and by the time we arrived to their new foster home, they had been sleeping peacefully in the car.
However, Victory got her name for a reason.
She got parvovirus and the fight for her life lasted for more than 2 weeks.
Our team member gave everything to help her win that vicious disease that takes away the lives of the unimmunized puppies so easily.
and she was victorious!
Now our cheeky lovely colored girl is looking for someone who she will love forever <3
Things you should know about VICTORY
around 5 months old
6kg, should be between 13-16 kg once she is fully grown
shares an enclosure with 6 other puppies she immensely loves to spend time with
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 she interacts with, not acting fearful but can exaggerate from time to time as she is very lively so other dogs put her in her spot. She then finds another amusement. Luckily she has a litter of 5 panda puppies to play with and they are all up for mischief at any time,
not house-trained, neither she is toilet trained so it will definitely take her some time to learn toileting with the patience and guidance of her new family
Sweet and very lively puppy who loves the company of people and so far has been really good with unfamiliar people as well. Asks for cuddles and isn't wary at all although has no concept of personal space or whatsoever
not tested with kids but surely he will love them. Dog-savvy kids are preferable
not cat tested
not lead trained
healthy, fully vaccinated
spaying is mandatory once she is old enough
How do you adopt Victory?
Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.
You will need to pay for Victory's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her 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 Victory please fill in our adoption questionnaire.