1 year(s) & 3 month(s) old . 60 CM

Joined the shelter : 11-10-2022
Life in a city/apartment :
Walk on leash :OK
Travel by car : OK
Home without an exterior :
Contact with other dogs : GOOD
Contact with children : ?
Need for daily exercise : AVERAGE
Health : GOOD
Trauma : NO
Sterilized : YES
Special needs :

History : Hugo was found by passersbys and taken to the vet for a minor head injury. We suspect that he escaped from his previous owner through a fence and injured his scalp on the wire. The wound is healing well and otherwise Hugo is happy as a clam. He had no chip and no one came to ask about him.

Personality : Hugo is naturally cheerful, an open-minded and curious young man who simply loves everyone and everything. He even approaches people he doesn’t know and new situations with self-confidence and kindness, surely he has been lucky not to have had any bad experiences in his life. We don’t know if he can live with cats, but he could be tested. However, no safe conclusions can be drawn from a cat test on all cats, nor on out-of-home cats.

We’re looking for : This sweetheart of a dog shows no fear and loves to run and play ball with his pen mates at the shelter. It is typical of a dog of his age, full of energy, therefore, he should go to an active family that wants to work and enjoy a lot with him, without a doubt he is an intelligent dog. He gets excited about almost anything for a few treats, so it shouldn’t be hard for him to learn the basic commands. A little patience and perseverance will be enough to turn this diamond in the rough into a pleasant companion in everyday life. Any joint effort will be fun for both dog and human and will certainly pay off. It is possible that there are children in the family, but it is better if the children are a little older because Hugo is a bit impetuous, rough and at the same time very affectionate. If you have fallen in love with our charming Hugo and have room in your heart and also for making a corner in your home, 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.