Kerem – 10 month old female Cross-Breed

Kerem is a 10 month old male Cross-Breed. We rescued him a few weeks ago from a pound in Northern Spain. Luckily he had the option to go into foster care in Spain, where he is now very well cared for until his forever home comes forward. We are looking for the best possible family for Kerem, because he doesn’t deserve less.

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The workers at the pound picked him up from the streets of a nearby village. Initially they thought that he had an owner and he would come to pick him up, because Kerem seemed to be very well looked after, but unfortunately nobody came for him. That’s the reason why we are looking now to find him a lovely home, who knows to valuate him.

Kerem seems to be a mixed breed between a Labrador and an unknown smaller breed. He is of small-medium size and weighs 12 kg. He is a young puppy with beautiful eyes that are begging for someone to love him and take him home. Since he’s been with us he has been very sociable and affectionate both with humans and other dogs. He is the perfect dog for anyone who is looking for an active and small-medium sized dog. His future family has to be aware that he is still a puppy, meaning that he will require patience and lots of and training both indoors and outdoors.

We have no information about his past and therefore we are looking for dog experienced people. Kerem hasn’t and also can’t be tested with cats, children or other kind of animals. The education of a puppy is time intensive and we want that dogs which require more time like Kerem to be the priority. That is why we are looking for an adult only home or for families with older children who already have other dogs living at home and are used to living with them.

We hope to find the best family for him, a family committed to help him and responsible with his care. Kerem deserves a family that shows him love and that he will never be abandoned again. At the moment Kerem is in Spain, but he can travel to the England or Wales (not Scotland) as soon as the adoption process is finalized.

If you believe you can offer Kerem a forever home and you’d like him to spend the next 10-15 yearswith you, please get in touch with us.

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TeLuMa’s Dream
For further details regarding adopting a dog from TeLuMa’s Dream, please email Marta, Jessica, Olga or Alicia at telumasdream@gmail.com or visit our website www.telumasdream.co.uk. We are a voluntary organization which rescues primarily dogs from a public pound in Galicia, in Northern Spain, where the dogs instead of living, are trying to survive. 99% of the dogs are strays or have been abandoned by their owners on the street. The dogs are a variety of breeds and come in all shapes and sizes! We are funded entirely by donations and work hard in our free time to help rescue and rehome as many dogs as possible. With your help we can continue our work and provide food, bedding, medical supplies and care for the dogs until they are well enough to find their forever homes. All dogs rehomed via TeLuMa’s Dream are microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, deflead and spayed/neutered if old enough, if not the adoption contract will stipulate that this is done as soon as old enough and this will be checked with your vet. We re-home dogs anywhere in the U.K. This means that you can apply if you have a U.K postal code. Our aim is to pair each dog with the right new owner, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life. Therefore all potential adopters will be asked to complete a questionnaire. Also a homecheck is carried out and a phone interview prior to adoption. We offer a full rescue back up service to all our adopters and post-adoption support, which includes a Facebook support group and free behavioral advice.
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