Monthly Archives: November 2021

Kalinka, Kenya, Kuba, Kenai and Keith: lively x pointer puppies

Information:

Names: Kalinka, Kenya, Kuba, Kenai and Keith

Gender: 3F and 2M

Age: d-o-b: 19 September 2021

Breed: x German shorthair pointer (the mother is of this breed, father unknown)

Size: will be medium-big

Others: dewormed, vaccinated

Story, Personality, Others:

These puppies were born in a home and brought to the local municipal pound by their owners. The people did not have their dog sterilised, she got pregnant, they donĀ“t even know who the father of the puppies could be but they just surrender the puppies in the shelter and for them the problem is solved. There are many unwanted puppies in the shelters and pounds because dog owners in Portugal do not see the necessity of sterilising their dogs.

The puppies are social and friendly, used to people and well take care of. They fortunately do not have any sad experiences, they were never on the street, never hungry, they like people and other dogs.

Emi: so beautiful, so gentle

Information:

Name: Emi

Gender: F

Age: d-o-b: January 2021

Size: small-medium (11kg, 45cm)

Others: dewormed, vaccinated, sterilised

Story, Personality, Others:

Emi was found on the street. She is a very nice dog, gentle, friendly and playful. Lovely with people – she likes cuddles and attention. Social with other dogs. She walks well on the leash.

Mila: in a home all her life

Information:

Name: Mila

Gender: F

Age: d-o-b: January 2014

Size: small (10kg, 35cm)

Others: dewormed, vaccinated, sterilised

Story, Personality, Others:

Mila was adopted from us when she was a puppy. We hesitated already then… The person that was adopting her was already of an age when we recommend an older dog… But he wanted a puppy, he thought he was immortal and will always be healthy and his family promised a support. They always do but then the reality is different.

A few years passed and now the man cannot take care of himself, let alone the dog. The grandson was tasked with taking care of Mila. The person had a problem with substance abuse and the “care” was rather erratic. One day he went to the supermarket, tied her outside and forgot about her. The next day she was still tied at the supermarket. This is when Mila was brought to the shelter. The family was contacted by they admitted they preferred to surrender her.

Poor Mila… when her owner was still capable, we can see she was well treated and loved. She got all the vaccinations, she was well taken care of, she loves people and has no fears. She is house clean, good on the leash and used to living in a home. She is friendly with other dogs.

For a dog that used to have a home landing in the shelter is not a nice thing….