Nina Ordog and Nyafka are 4-5 month old male and female Hungarian Puli Crosses. Three Puli crosses, 4 and a half month old (DOB estimated 25 May 2019), 1 girl and 2 boys are looking for loving families. They were only 4 tiny puppies when found on a ploughland and taken to the closest city pound where they were rescued from the next day. 3 of them are still looking for their forever homes. They are suspected to be Puli crosses and expected to grow medium size but no size guarentees as their parents are unknown. They are all happy and active puppies, sociable with dogs and cats. They are also happy around children. They live among other dogs and cats in their current foster home and they are friendly with everyone.
NINA is a sweetheart with her grey fluffy hair, she’s got the longest hair among the siblings. She is cuddly and playful and likes being around people. She’s the calmest of the siblings.
ÖRDÖG is very playful and energetic, he is the most active one among the siblings. He is also the biggest one of them. He loves playing with anything and everyone, a real happy little chap.
NYAFKA is the smaller of the two boys and he’s probably the cuddliest one of the siblings. He likes being around his humans and tends to act as a lapdog. He is happy and playful as his siblings.
They will need to be toilet trained in their new home and training them to walk nicely on the lead is also down to their families.
We would like to rehome them with families without or with children over 8 where they are not left alone for long periods of time and there is time for their training. Their future families will need to give them time to settle in their new homes and continue their socialization and training, hopefully taking them to puppy classes. They could live with a friendly doggie mate to keep them company, but they would be equally happy living with their humans to care for them only. They could also live with cats in the household.
Nina, Ördög and Nyafka are currently in Hungary and can travel to the UK as soon as the right families are found for them. They come fully vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, flea and tick treated, with an EU passport and DEFRA approved paperwork. The right owners will need to agree to have them spayed/neutered.
Adoption is subject to Home Check and Adoption fee.