Quino is a gorgeous 4 month old male Cross-Breed. He is our baby. He has been in our care since he was only a few days old and like a small ball that fitted in our hand. Quino is Gara’s son. They were collected by the pound workers in Northern Spain after being notified about abandoned dogs. It was just him with his mum.
His mum Gara looks like a mastin cross and we think that the father could be a Sheepdog cross, but we don’t know him. Nevertheless we are sure that Quino will grow up to become a large size dog (about 35kg). Quino is Gara’s center of attention and she spoils him as much as she can.
Quino is very affectionate and is always looking for cuddles although he is a bit shy. He loves treats. He is a puppy and therefore an active dog, but he will probably also have a high level of activity when grown up. Quino needs an adopter with puppy experience – rather than first time owners.
We are looking for person or family who has experience with large sized and active dogs. The adopter should be happy to educate, socialize and train a puppy and also have enough time and patience to do it. We are looking for an adult only home, as we want dogs who require more time like Quino to be the priority.
Quino can’t be tested with cats, but is social with other dogs and has just started to discover the world. He would enjoy to have a further dog companion at home with a similar energy level and from who he would be able to learn. His ideal home is in a rural environment with direct access to an enclosed garden.
Quino is ready and can travel to his forever home in England or Wales (NOT Scotland) as soon as the suitable person or family comes forward who is happy to spend the next 15 years with him. If you want to adopt Quino, please get in touch.
Quino and his mum Gara adore each other. It would be an absolute dream for Gara, who is a sensitive, calm soul, to be rehomed with her baby. IN THE CASE BOTH DOGS (MUM AND SON) ARE ADOPTED TOGETHER A REDUCED ADOPTION FEE IS APPLIED.
If you want to adopt Quino, with or without his mum, please get in touch with us.