Hey there! I’m Rosko, a 3.5-year-old coarse male wire-haired terrier/pointer cross.

I am a true survivor, and the humans at the shelter are so proud of how far I’ve come.

My journey started in a dark place—a killing pound where fear took over.

I was so scared that I wouldn’t even walk on a lead; I’d shrink as small as possible, thinking maybe, just maybe, I’d become invisible.

Since moving to the sanctuary, I’ve made a remarkable transformation.

It’s been a tough journey, but now I walk on a lead, come forward to take treats from your hands, and even enjoy cuddles.

Confidence building is still on my to-do list, but I’ve come so far—from the scared boy I once was to an excited, wiggly pup every time I see the volunteers.

I need a family willing to continue this journey with me, as I feel there is still so much for me to discover.

I get along very well with other dogs, and having another doggie in the family could do wonders for my confidence.

If you’re looking for a furry friend who’s come a long way but has even further to go, that’s me! I need a home filled with love, patience, and maybe a few extra treats to sweeten the deal. I’m Rosko, ready to take on the world, one paw at a time.

  • I can live with another dog or be a single dog with regular playdates
  • Not cat tested
  • 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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