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Happy endings

- From abandonment to... happiness -

Happy endings are stories about lucky strays that found their new families. Discover their wonderful journey from abandonment to happiness!


    Bazou was just a little creature, walking around, lost on the edge of the road, next to cars that seemed massive compared to him, with an old collar and loneliness as his only friend. Very soon, he gained weight, became handsome and is now one of our best buddies. He is very intelligent, expresses unique talent at learning new commands and has a huge heart and a charming personality. 

  • GARY

    Gary came to us with traumas from his past life but, we believe we offered him all he needed to forget and make a new start. He is good with people and the other dogs, walks on the lead and loves to play and run long distances by your side.
    A young, big sized griffon of 20 kilos, who would be an ideal partner in sports activities.
    Healthy, neutered and vaccinated, he's at the shelter waiting for a new family.

  • FUGA

    Do you feel like dancing ?? Tango & Fuga are ready to teach you all the moves and make you feel like a professional dancer. They were born in the streets of Oropos and ever since they came to us, they didn't stop playing and dancing. One boy and one girl, 5 months old, social and playful, are looking for their forever homes

  • Sharlise

    Sharlise was found wandering in the mountains , scared and insecure as all abandonned hunting dogs.
    She is a medium sized english setter who fears of people she doesn't know but gets attached to everyone who shows her some affection.
    She gets very attached to people and she is house trained and crate trained.
    She loves car rides, being with other dogs and already been clicker trained in basic commands.


    Salome was born in the area of Oropos and was brought to the shelter for neutering.
    Her sweet blue eyes and her soft temperament made us believe that she could fit in a family, preferably with older kids.
    She is social with other dogs and good with cats but quite shy towards people she doesn't know.
    It will take some time to show you what a great and affectionate dog she is.


    Misty was found outside the gypsies camp in a very bad condition.
    Covered with mange, emaciated and dehydrated, she gave a big fight and managed not only to survive, but to become a great looking dog with a wonderful character.
    She has been well socialised with all the other dogs, loves to play and interact with them and adores to be petted and hugged.
    Misty would make a wonderful addition to a family with children.