In the spring of this year we found our Grumpy in a sad situation. The puppy was all alone on the streets of the capital and was desperately looking for security and shelter. He found this in the doghouse of a family dog in a private garden. The family was wondering why their own dog did not want to go into the dog house anymore and after some time they discovered Grumpy, who was only a few weeks old.
We immediately took the little one into our care and brought him to a private home kennel, where he is now already accustomed to life in a house together with other dogs. He is very compatible with other dogs and loves human affection as well.
Grumpy builds up a bond with “his” human very quickly and is completely absorbed in his company.
Furthermore, he is a typical puppy who loves to romp and play, but has to recover his energy by sleeping a lot.
Grown up he will reach a medium size.
In August he can finally move into a family and will have an initial immunisation and be vaccinated against rabies and microchipped.
There are other ways of helping our dogs! Fostering increases their chances of finding their perfect match, whereas sponsoring allows us to never worry about how we will collect the necessary monthly funds for food, kennel, and medical bills.