Dias is a 2 year old male Cross-Breed. He is currently located in Cyprus and is ready to fly to the UK.
They say black dogs are unlucky, on average they spend twice the amount of time in a shelter compared to the average dogs, their crime sadly is their colour.
Already Dias has spent two years of his life languishing in a cage in Cyprus. He has an impressive presence, a friendly personality and an outgoing.
Dias gravitates towards people always, is great with other dogs, indifferent to cats. He is good on walks, leash trained calm in the car, and happy to be left alone for short periods.
Dias is sweet, gentle, and loving, how much more can a dog give? How perfect does he have to be before someone recognises his worth? Dogs like Dias need us to be their voices and to advocate for them, to help them find a better life.
Dias shouldn’t be living in a shelter on a concrete floor, he should be enjoying kisses and cuddles on a sofa with a human who loves him, only what every dog deserves.