Beethoven is just 10 months old and yet he has suffered more hardships than any dog deserves. Mozart and 6 siblings were born on the streets to a feral mother who, being quite young could not look after them very well. Living on scraps of food herself, meant that her milk wasn’t very filling so her pups spent every day feeling the pains of hunger.Â One day their luck changed when a lovely lady gathered them up from the streets and took them into her rescue. Two of Beethovens siblings have now found homes but for Mozart, Aida and Beethoven they are still waiting for their wish to come true and find their very own forever home.
Beethoven has a wonderful character, loves to play, sweet and kind but most of all he loves to be around people and to be cuddled! He weighs around 19 kg and is 57 cm long and will make life complete for anyone who decides to give him a good home and lots of love! Please read up on the Sarplaninac breed. He is the most wonderful big pup you could ever meet. He is so intelligent and clever, wanting to learn new things all the time. He does get along with other dogs as long as they don’t try to pinch his fave toy, bed, chew etc, but he is learning now notÂ to nip their bottoms when he wants something back. This young dog needs a forever home, he adores human company and is brilliant at travelling. At the moment he goes on aid runs etc with AAFA in the ambulance up and down the country, he is the co pilot and thoroughly enjoys meeting new people and getting out and about.
Yes he is going to be a big lad. At the moment he is not quite used to his size and lanky legs as they are growing. hence why he keeps getting stuck in small spaces that he once would have been able to get through or under I did say he was a big dopey pup didn’t I. Oh and also,Â he gets along fine with cats. He has DEFRA compliant for travel, has clinically examined, vaccinated, neutered, has treated for fleas and worms, microchipped and has EU passport.
If you can offer this wonderful big pup a home pease contact our charity.