Beautiful Puppies

By |2019-06-24T19:30:14+03:00June 24th, 2019|pups, rescue, shelter|

Pup 1

Pup 2

Pup 3

We have a problem! We need to name some new puppies, after all we get so many of them, they arrive every day. My human friends Sina and Peter normally think of the names but I thought it would be fun, if you, our kind friends, made the choice.

We have three lovely new puppies that need a name.

We have found some names for you to choose from so what do you think. They are all girls.

  1. Leia
  2. Mila
  3. Nina
  4. Lola
  5. Coco
  6. Lulu
  7. Layla
  8. Ella
  9. Olive

Just send me an email with your vote saying pup1-name1, pup2-name2, pup3-name3

We would kindly ask you to make a donation as part of your entry by going to our donate page here

Thank you for you kindness, we will let you know the winning names as soon as we have them.


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7 Cute Little Puppies Sitting In A Line

By |2019-03-24T18:24:32+03:00March 24th, 2019|pups, rescue, shelter|

Their First Feed At The Shelter

Sitting In Their Nice Cosy Basket At Sina’s House

A little while ago now our human friends got very very excited one Saturday morning. A very old truck came to the shelter driven by a man from a nearby village. He stopped his truck and our human friends Sina, Christine, and Grace went to see what was up. The man got out of his truck and said he had found some puppies with a mummy dog. The mummy dog jumped down from the truck and the man passed a puppy to Grace, and then another one, and then another one, and another, and another, and another, and another! Seven tiny tiny little puppies, can you believe it?

Well everyone was shocked but so pleased that the poor little things had been brought to us and not left alone, cold, and hungry somewhere. Sina said ‘So where are we going to put these cute little babies then, the quarantine kennels are all full up and we have to look after them very carefully’. So Sina, Christine, and Grace all scratched their heads and then scratched their heads again, what were they going to do? ‘I know’ said Sina ‘I will take them all to my house they can stay in my spare bathroom, its big enough, its warm and clean and I can keep a good close eye on them’.

So Sina took them home and after that every time we saw her here at the shelter she looked as though she was falling asleep and then she told us that the puppies woke her up at a thing called 4:00am every morning for cleaning and feeding. I don’t know what a 4:00am is, Christine says its a time of the night which is dark and quiet and all sensible people are usually asleep. So puppies are very hard work.

Anyway the puppies have been with us for some time now and they are getting bigger and bigger. Sina has got them eating proper puppy food now and she is a good but very strict puppy mum. Guess what? she puts them in a line before she puts the food bowls down and then says ‘Ready, steady eat’ and they do, its incredible! They have been busy practicing climbing the steps from their bathroom to the outside, the only problem is that one of them is a bit smaller than the others and cannot get up the step. Look in the video how the other puppy tries to help it while all the other puppies cheer them on. Now they have been taught to wash their bowls and take them back to where they are fed. How good is that?

Isn’t it wonderful? it warms the hearts of us older dogs to see the youngsters doing so well.


Ready Steady Eat!


Mountain Climbing (Or Not?)


Washing Up And Putting The Bowls Back

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