Juno and her mum, Jenna, are German Shepherd mix breeds and were found on an industrial state in Cyprus where we can assume they were abandoned. If dogs aren’t chained up there to protect property, they’re dumped there for rescuers to find on their way to the shelters.
Jenna is a gentle girl with a more relaxed temperament, whilst Juno is very confident and likes to be in the spotlight. Jenna is a bit more reserved with people she doesn’t know whereas Juno sees every person as an opportunity for attention and to be stroked. Although they’re very different, they get along well and are happy in one another’s company.
We’re looking for two separate homes for Juno and Jenna. They’re good with other dogs as well as each other and they don’t depend on one another to be happy.
They are both looking for semi-rural homes with gardens and fairly active lifestyles outside of busy city centres and with lots of open spaces to explore and enjoy.
Juno, being the younger of the two, requires more training and would thrive in a home with a good routine and lots of exercise. She loves praise and is very smart too so would respond really well to learning new things.
She is a big lover of fun and would have the time of her life in a home with energetic children who could run riot in the garden with her, or with an outdoorsy family who just want to take her everywhere with them. She’s also not a typical GSD size and is much shorter and stockier than a purebreed.
Juno is also great with other dogs and gets on with everyone in the shelter without any problems. She likes to rough play and can always be found right in the middle of the action. When the volunteers come to clean and feed the dogs she’s always elated to see them and bounds up to everyone ready to give them a welcoming hug and lots of licks. Juno is just happy all the time and wants a family to share that with.