Irem is a 3 month old female Cross-Breed. The story of Ìrem and her family is incredible and very sad. Irem and her siblings were born in one of the worse homes where they could have been born. A home with gender violence, a home where the non-sense prevailed love, a home -just to give it some sort of name- where the woman is abused, neglected and despised. In one of the many interventions, her mother was taken to the pound because the procedure recommended by the police was to take her out of that house and, as incomprehensible as it sounds, Irem and her brother Ferit stayed in that home.
We do not understand why that was allowed, but next day they had to be taken to the pound too, because with 15 days old they would not have survived without their mother. Aby, the mother, has been a super mum, with a big maternal instinct, she has breastfed them until 15 days ago; we never had such chubby puppies. Aby is a Shar Pei cross, very beautiful and original. We do not know the cross that the puppies have, but we know that they will be large sized and very very pretty. Irem could travel to the UK in mid-January.
After the way she has started her life, we want the best of the families for her, her mother and her brother. It is the responsibility of the adopters to teach and socialise a puppy, with humans, kids, other dogs, cats and other animals. If a puppy shows behavioural issues when grown up, it would be due to the education given by the adopter. A puppy is like a sponge and learns everything that is taught.