Nieuwe naam: Alma
Geboortejaar: Dec. 2016
Schofthoogte: 46 cm
Gewicht: 17 kg
Houding tov volwassenen: goed
Houding tov kinderen: vanaf 10 jaar
Houding tov teefjes: goed
Houding tov reutjes: goed
Houding tov katten: zie video
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Little two sisters were taken to the shelter because their mother had died and they had been left alone.
They were left alone to continue to live for themselves and for their mother. They were clinging to life by their little paws and managed to survive. The puppies were so nice that they had been adopted at once by owners who promised to love and take care for them, that they would live at home and that they would be treated as their own children. Bur a half of the year had passed and the puppies were returned to the shelter. So we understood that the owners lied.
There were chains on the sisters` necks. It was so cruel, the owners even had not taken the chains away. The owner took the puppies on short chains in order to make the puppies malicious guards but the owners failed to do that. The girls remained kind and nice in spite of all hardship they had passed. The puppies like people, the main thing for them is human`s love, attention and communication with him.
A nice beauty Alma is really beautiful and very kind. Alma is both beautiful having shiny sparkling eyes and so harmonious that she took away any stress. To spend time with her is a real pleasure. She is so open that you admire her. All kind characters were gathered in her. There are no evil and aggression. There are no questions “ Why is it so unfair?” ,. She is glad to everything, to bright sun, to the fact that the owner is next to her. She can`t to be offended. She keeps smiling to everyone and finds justification for any bad action. She believes that anyone could make a mistake. She would never blame anyone in this case.
Alma likes to play and run with other dogs carefree. She is glad when the volunteers came and wait with impatiens to go for walks with them where she could run and jump. Alma is very sad when the volunteers go away and stand for long near the cage bars hoping that they would return.
Alma eats everything what the volunteers bring: cheese, porridge, chicken, liver. Unfortunately, the dry food is of low quality in the shelter. At the beginning she did not eat it but soon started eat it because there were no way out.
We would like to find a loving and caring owner for Alma who would treat her as a member of his family.
It would be good for her to live in a flat or in a country house or in the farm.