Hey there, I’m Moe, the dog with the most fabulous long ears! I’m a 3 year old male Hound Cross.

I was abandoned up in the mountains, doing my best to scavenge for some food. Tough times, right?

But here’s the thing – even in those rough moments, I couldn’t help but be my friendly, lovable self. I love humans, and I’ve got the charm to prove it!

Now, let’s talk about these ears of mine. They’re like a work of art, don’t you think?

Long, luscious, and ready to steal the show. But hey, there’s more to me than just good looks.

I’m a social boy, especially with my furry pals. I’m all about making new friends and spreading the love.

I also love cuddles and food. I can be strong on the lead but I am learning very fast, I love food so my training is easy and fun.

I’m looking for an active home in the countryside – you know, a place where my adventurous spirit can soar.

Long walks, wide-open spaces, and maybe a game of fetch or two – that’s my kind of paradise.

If you’re searching for a four-legged companion with charm, ears for days, and a heart full of love, look no further.

I’m Moe, and I’m ready to leap into a new chapter of life with you.

  • I can live with another dog or be a single dog with regular playdates
  • Not cats for me
  • I can live with children over 12
  • I need a private secure garden
  • I’m fully vaccinated, neutered and microchipped, and tested for canine brucella
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SuperDogs Rescue
SuperDogs Rescue

For further details regarding adopting a dog from SuperDogs Rescue, please visit https://superdogsrescue.co.uk/, email superdogsrescue@outlook.com or by telephoning 01865 300686.

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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