If you are ready to adopt Pup C , with no holidays or prearranged engagements which could delay adopting, please please read our adoption policy information before completing our application form.
During our trip on 23rd June to the shelter in Crete we saw many pups in need of homes.
Unfortunately everyone was too busy loving the dogs and not enough pictures were taken so we are limited on pictures of the available dogs. But we do have a few pictures of 4 pups that will travel to us soon. We haven’t got any more information as yet so are unable to tell you if male or female but hoping for more information by early next week, but would be great to have some interested families as we do not have enough foster homes due to holidays. So as many families ready and waiting will be great.
We have named them Pup A-D until we have further information.
If your keen please do complete an enquiry form and we can start the adoption procedure and home checks and be ready for the pups arrival.
All pups that have been rescued from shelters will need guidance on toilet training, lead training and socialisation with other dogs. We ask our adopters to be fully committed to having a puppy in their home and prepared for anything they may need in their settling in phase and as they grow into an adult dog.
Our puppies are fully vaccinated, microchipped but as they are too young for neutering adopters will need to commit to neutering once old enough.
Child policy - over 5 years
No adults under 30 years