Ella – 3 month old female Cross-Breed

Ella is around 3 months old and we think she will be medium when she is fully grown. She’s a lovely cross breed pup – the best kind!

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Beautiful Ella with her shiny black coat and expressive eyes is strikingly pretty!

Ella is one of nine puppies rescued from horrible conditions in a garden. There were 17 puppies there with no water and scarce scraps of food. A general plea for help was sent out and we responded.

When Constantina went (planning to take 4 puppies) there were 9 puppies and 2 mothers still there… she took all nine of them and both the mummies, Hope and Charity.

We believe that our 9 puppies are from 3 litters, judging by their looks. Ella looks as though she might be a pointer cross, along with the two black and white boys. We can’t be sure of course, but she doesn’t look like either Hope or Charity.

Ella is a sweet, happy, playful puppy. She shares a kennel with three of the other puppies and they play together and sleep together and are a happy little gang.

It’s always difficult to say what size a puppy will be when fully grown. Ella is quite a delicate looking girl and doesn’t look as though she will be a big adult dog. Maybe she’ll have a growth spurt and surprise us.

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Saving Pound Dogs Cyprus (SPDC)
Saving Pound Dogs Cyprus (SPDC)

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Saving Pound Dogs Cyprus (SPDC), please email info@spdc.org.uk or by telephoning 07712285940

SPDC or Saving Pound Dogs Cyprus is a charitable, non-profit organisation in Cyprus, which is dedicated to rescuing and rehoming stray dogs to loving homes in the UK and across Europe.

We have a ‘no-kill’ policy and do not practice euthanasia. Rehabilitation is a big part of our philosophy; we believe that no case is hopeless and our guiding principle is that every dog should be given the chance to find a forever home.

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