Life in a city/apartment : NO
Home without an exterior : NO
Contact with other dogs : GOOD
Life with cats : NO
Contact with children : NO
Need for daily exercise : LOW
Health : SENIOR
Trauma : YES
Special needs : YES

HistorY: Our grandfather BOB has been in the shelter for 10 years. When he was a young dog, this shy male would walk outside the shelter enclosure but would not let anyone touch him. The keepers fed him for many days and weeks until they finally caught him. At that time he was one year old and everyone thought that from now on everything would change for the better for him, but Bob continued in the shadow of the group, this was the most comfortable thing for him, to go unnoticed.

We’re looking for…  : After more than 10 years, there is not much time left and we wish a new beginning for Bob. His new family will have to give old Bob time to adjust and settle in. This requires, without a doubt, a good dose of patience. Also some experience with fearful dogs. We simply wish him a little more comfort, basic care, lots of love and understanding. Bob doesn’t need long walks, a safe garden would be wonderful for him. It would be great if he could share it with a trusted canine companion, male or female. .

PRESENTATION : Bob is used to living with other dogs and has no problem. He knows group life very well and knows how to integrate into the canine community, of course other dogs would help him find his way better. There is no doubt that Bob would need a full bath and a good session of hairdressing, at least that would make him stand out a little. But since he is so afraid of people and can only be touched and caressed with great effort, so all measures of beauty have to be postponed at first. True beauty comes from within anyway. Are you interested in meeting our Bob? Then contact us.

All animals available for adoption have a microchip and passport. They have been tested for common diseases (Leishmania for dogs, FeLV and FIP for cats). Adult animals are fully vaccinated and castrated.

* Until complete adaptation, adult supervision with small children is essential.