Lukas – 2 year old male Cross-Breed

Lukas is a 2 year old, small-medium-sized cross breed with the appearance of a shepherd.

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Rescued alongside his siblings Leeloo and Lars, Lukas initially displayed timidity but quickly revealed a cheeky personality.

Currently residing in a foster home in the West Midlands, Lukas has transformed into a confident and playful pup, enjoying activities like agility training with his foster mum’s favourite trainer. Described as the cuddle king, Lukas loves snuggling up for movie nights and lazy afternoons.

His foster mum highlights Lukas’ energetic nature, need for downtime, and the importance of consistent training, emphasizing his cleanliness in the house.

Lukas requires an active home where his adopters are committed to training, understanding his puppy behaviors, and providing ample playtime. Seeking a forever family, Lukas is on the lookout for companions who will embark on adventures, share cuddles, and engage in positive experiences.

What Lukas’ Foster Mum Says:

  • Lukas has settled well, displaying an energetic and curious nature.
  • Sleeps in a crate and requires downtime for rest between playtime.
  • Clean in the house; needs understanding and consistent training.
  • Seeks an active home committed to training and playtime.
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Welcome to SuperDogs Rescue, where compassion meets dedication. Our mission is both simple and profound: we are committed to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming abandoned dogs from Cyprus.

SuperDogs Rescue proudly aligns with the Cyprus Dogs Rehoming Association (CyDRA), a registered charitable non-profit organisation dedicated to making a significant difference in the lives of abused, abandoned, and neglected dogs in Cyprus.

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