Born: 30 November 2022
Height: 58 cm
Weight: 25 kg
Ready to travel!
Benny with those very beautiful eyes!
Benny is a good and calm dog boy who just wants to please. He is tolerable with the other dogs in his foster home and likes cats very much because he has grown up with them. Benny is a nice, open and people-oriented puppy. Of course he is also a playful puppy. He spends a lot outside in the large garden and plays very nicely and relaxed with his siblings.
Benny is submissive and obedient, and very chilled. He’s a learner, but doesn’t learn as fast as his siblings – he’s a little lazy and tired. He gets along very well with young and older dogs and looks forward to playing with them.
Benny is a quiet dog boy. He likes cats a lot since he grew up with them. He’s a nice, open and humane puppy. Of course he is also typically playful and curious as a puppy and is interested in everything.
For more information on Benny, please email email@example.com
or contact the intermediaries directly via WhatsApp.
Miriam Leverentz: 0176/23832720
Steffi Seeger : 01577 4446420
Dabrowska Street : 01512 9109457
An animal-loving couple saw a female dog constantly foraging for food in a parking lot about 100 metres from an abandoned house. She was very hungry and desperate. They fed her and went back the next day to see if she was there again. And yes, she was there.
So they started walking every day at the same time and everyday she would wait to be fed. The weather got colder and they were worried about the puppies, wondering how they could find them. This question was answered the very next day, when the dog with her 6 puppies waited in front of the abandoned house to be fed.
The rest you can imagine. She was taken into a large garden where she had shelter and food and could raise her puppies safely. The puppies have grown into beautiful and healthy dogs and are now available for adoption.
The mother dog “Cindy” is about 3-4 years old, healthy and now also neutered. She is gentle and calm. She took great care of her puppies and always loved to be with them and still plays with them today. As a “street” dog, she adapted very well and quickly to life in a house with a garden, people and other animals.
She never tried to attack the chickens or cats. She gets along well with the existing male and she also understands that there are some “rules” now and responds well to them.
All dogs are thoroughly screened and treated for vector borne diseases and parasites. They are healthy, fully vaccinated and ready for adoption.