Age: 4 months old
Donation: £400 each
We have recently taken in a lovely range of four months old puppies. Sultan and Cedric will be fairly large when fully grown. They are very smart, handsome litter brothers. Millie will be a small adult girl. Litter sisters Penny and Peggy will be fairly slender pretty tan coloured adults.
All are great pups and we are looking for wonderful forever homes who will be committed to the hard work needed to train and support them! A friendly canine role model and a secure garden is essential and a country side home is preferred. Unfortunately they cannot be rehomed to families with young children.
“I can’t believe we have had her for 6 weeks now. Penny has been going to doggy daycare to help with socialisation and has a great time. She’s grown in confidence, is very persistent but still very cuddly.” – Penny’s adopters
“It’s been 6 months to the day that Millie joined our family so we wanted to share an update for you all.
Following a challenging start to life in Romania, Millie was only a few months old when she was rescued and brought to the UK with a small group of other puppies of a similar age by the team at Friends of Dogs Friends.
We saw the adoption post on Facebook, applied through the website and went through the process with the team (which I will say was really easy and the team were super helpful). Within a few days, we were racing down to Weston to collect her.
Despite the expected challenges and nervousness that come with being a rescue dog at such a young age, within a few hours we discovered this loving, amazing, quirky character that Millie has that makes us smile and laugh every day. Toilet and recall training wasn’t an overnight thing but the free – 6-week virtual dog training we received from Dani really helped.
6 months on, Millie has just gone through her first heat, found her soul mate in our other dog George and has brought so much joy to our family.
If you’re reading this and considering adopting any of the dogs on this page, I can’t recommend the team and the aftercare process enough.” – Millie’s adopters