Pebbles – 2 year old female Cross-Breed

Pebbles was found struggling with her pups in the awful local ‘pound’ in Bosina when we took her in. As always the pups got adopted very quickly and Pebbles got left on her own. She is now in foster in the UK. She is a small dog (Jack Russel size but with a longer body) born around March 2016 and from the minute she stepped into the fosters house she was just craving love. The foster has two small children and Pebbles has been absolutely fantastic with them so a home with children would be fine. She has not been ‘cat tested ‘ yet but we can arrange that if needed.

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Pebbles loves nothing more than to snuggle up on your lap in the evening or anytime really. It is almost as if because she has not known love before she wants as much as she can and is loving it. For this we think she would be suited as an only dog which would suit her very well- somewhere that she gets the cuddles exclusively. She does however live with 2 other dogs at the foster home now and after an initial ‘settling ‘ in period she is fine with them too.

Pebbles has been spayed, vaccinated, chipped and has her own pet passport.

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Saving Suffering Strays Sarajevo

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Saving Suffering Strays Sarajevo, please contact their UK co-ordinator by emailing carmenfisher201211@gmail.com or telephone 01934 622349.

Please note, a small adoption fee applies.

Saving Suffering Strays was set up by Milena Malesevic to help the desperate plight of the street dogs in Sarajevo Bosnia. The street dogs live a life of daily abuse, neglect, abandonment, starvation, poisonings and much more and worse. Milena currently feeds over 150 street dogs, saving the weakest and most vulnerable and giving them the chance of adoption and a new life away from the brutal streets of Bosnia.

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