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Brutus: beautiful and super playful

Information:

Name: Brutus

Gender: M

Breed: Belgian shepherd

Age: d-o-b: 30-04-2012

Size: big (30kg, 60cm)

Others: dewormed, vaccinated, castrated

Story:
Brutus was brought by his owner who moved to another country (together with his companion Thyson, German shepherd).
He is a lovely dog. gentle, playful, always happy, friendly, obedient.
He is social with other dogs.

Brutus loves playing with balls. He runs after and he catches. But he does not give back. But he will play tug and he will not get angry when you win. You can touch his toys. Very gentle dog.

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Yoyo: lovely older lady

Information:

Name: Yoyo

Gender: F

Breed: x Belgian shepherd

Age: d-o-b: ~2009

Size: big (35kg, 55cm)

Others: dewormed, vaccinated, sterilised

Story:
Yoyo was found in the middle of nowhere, attached to a tree with a chain. Yes, those things happen more often than you can imagine.
She was brought to the shelter and she is quite stressed in a busy place like this – it is often that older dogs have difficulty to adapt into the shelter. She would be so much better in a home…
But with other dogs she is gentle and with people she is super gentle. She is in good health and hopefully someone will offer her a home regardless her age….

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Lucky: an old blind dog in the shelter will die of sadness

Information:

Name: Lucky

Gender: M

Age: d-o-b: ~2005

Breed: Belgian shepherd

Size: big

Others: dewormed, vaccinated, sterilised

Story:
Lucky’s owner had an accident and cannot take care of his dogs anymore. Noone from the family wants to keep them. Noone wants the responsibility. It is easier to pass it on someone else. Like on the shelter.
Two old dogs were sent to the shelter.
Gentle, lovely, beautiful dogs that lived their whole lives in a home. It is a shock for them.
Lucky is sweet, gentle, obedient. So unfair on him. He deserves to live his last years in a home. Moreover, he is blind. He is managing pretty well, he does not bump into anything, he uses smell a lot to orientate himself, he walks well on the leash – but still, a shelter is not the right environment for a blind dog.
Anyone has a place in their heart for Lucky?

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