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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!


  • 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

    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.
     

  • FAROS

    Faros is probable the most well behaved puppy of the shelter.
    He was found in the beach of Oropos, wandering all alone. He is famous for his soft fur, his sweet character and his fat belly.
    He has already been clicker trained in basic commands and he's been the best student at his class. Good with all the other dogs, he loves people that hug him and pet him.
    Faros would be ideal in a family with kids.

  • YUKI

    Yuki was found abandoned in a village.
    A tiny little girl, white as a snowflake, that could fit in a hand.
    She grew up and turned out to be a social, friendly and affectionate little girl of 6 months and 5 kilos.
    She is waiting at the shelter for that special person, who will treat her as a family member and give her all the love she deserves.

  • BOZO

    Bozo is the ultimate clown of the shelter. He likes to tease and play with everybody, humans and dogs. Loves children and he would be ideal in family with kids who will have the energy to play with him. He's about 15 months old, 10 kgs , healthy, neutered and vaccinated. Our little short clown is ready to find a family of his own.

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