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Marisette 727160

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Adoption Status
Offered for adoption


Gender: Female
Age: 2
Vaccinated: From
Deparazitat: From
Sterilized: Yes
Waist: Medium
Handicap: No
Particularities: sociable with people


Lia is a fox terrier mix, but not a trouble-free one as the circumstances in which we find purebred dogs are never happy. She was picked up near a bunker, probably abandoned, probably looking for something to eat. She was pregnant, had mated on the street, and beyond that, she suffered from two fairly serious diseases: babesiosis (caused by tick bites) and coronavirus (a disease characterized by breathing difficulties and gastrointestinal problems).

As soon as he was in our hands, we went together to the vet, where he was thoroughly checked and tested. A treatment plan was drawn up which had to be strictly followed to help her heal - it paid off immediately. Lia got rid of both of her life-threatening conditions. The next step was sterilisation, as her early pregnancy made such surgery possible. She recovered very well even after this small setback.

Now she is perfectly healthy, all she needs now is a family, but not just any family, a family made up of people who are able to understand her slightly difficult temperament.

To familiarise you with it, we tell you the following:

  She is an approx. 2 year old female fox terrier mix, medium-small (¬36cm).
  She is sociable with people, but difficult to interact with other dogs. Prefers to be the only one who gets all the attention.
  She had some behavioural problems (no. - she was chasing her tail and biting it), which is why she was given CalmVet, a drug that was able to calm her down.
  He doesn't want to share food, toys and love with other puppies. Becomes aggressive if not fed separately from others. In the pen she can only stay alone, she bullies others.
  She is suitable for a family where she is the only puppy and all the dedication is focused on her.
  She is dewormed internally/externally, fully vaccinated and spayed.

 ❤️ We know that a puppy with a difficult personality and temperament cannot find a home as quickly, but we believe that any problem can be remedied as long as there is will and enough involvement from people. So even Lia deserves a chance, as it is not her fault that she ended up showing antisocial behaviour towards other animals, and we don't know how she lived until she ended up in the shelter. Please support us by sharing her adoption album!

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If you would like to adopt a dog from our shelter, we first invite you to fill out the following questionnaire.

It only takes 2 minutes!

What is the purpose of the questionnaire? Why do I need to complete it?

The questionnaire is the first step to adoption and the way we try to get to know you and make sure our fur babies end up in loving and, above all, responsible families (NOTE: We do not consider monotonous answers such as ''Yes'' or ''No'').

Complete the questionnaire below - Step 1 of 4
Your age is..: 10

Please read carefully some of the obligations to which you are committed as an adopter: 

Your contact details as stated in the adoption contract (name, surname, age, telephone number and address where you want the adopted animal to live). 

  1. To ensure that the animal donated by us has a decent, stress-free life, which means: unlimited food and water, a comfortable place to sleep, freedom of movement, the possibility to show his (dog) traits in peace. 
  2. Provide qualified veterinary treatment in case of injury or illness. 
  3. Ensure monthly deworming and annual vaccinations. 
  4. Do NOT bully, do NOT mistreat, do NOT punish the animal. In case of behavioural problems, you must contact our association or a qualified trainer. 
  5. Do NOT under any circumstances abandon the animal if you realise it does not meet your standards. 
  6. Do NOT dispose of the animal unless you notify the donor, i.e. our association, in advance and this will ONLY be done with our consent. 
  7. Notify the association if you change the animal's residence and if you change your contact details - telephone number so that we can keep in touch with you. 
  8. Arrange for sterilisation of the animal at the appropriate age if this has not already been done by our association.
  9. Notify the association within 24 hours in case of loss or death of the adopted animal. 
  10. Return the pet to the association if you can NO LONGER afford to care for it, if you move and cannot take it with you, if you do not relate well to it, if it is not compatible with your family and/or if you are not happy with it.
  11. Allow the association to visit the animal, with prior notice, at the request of the association in order to check the conditions provided to the adopted animal and its condition. 
  12. In the event of non-compliance with the provisions and obligations stipulated both in this questionnaire and in the adoption contract subsequently signed by the adopter, our association reserves the right to confiscate the donated animal. 
  13. Thank you for taking the time to go through our questionnaire!