Introducing Selene!

Meet Selene, a 4-year 11-month-old female hound cross, currently enjoying the comforts of a wonderful foster home in Cornwall. Selene is a bundle of joy who adores people and relishes playful interactions with other dogs.

While she doesn’t require another furry friend at home, regular outings to meet canine pals on walks and playdates are a must for her happiness.

This bright girl is a quick learner, currently mastering her lead manners, although she may get a bit enthusiastic and pull. A patient and loving family willing to help her refine her walking skills would be perfect for her.

Selene is a real sweetheart who craves human affection. While she hasn’t had the chance to mingle with young children yet, she’s open to the idea and could flourish in a home with older, dog-savvy kids (10+ years).

House-trained and a seasoned traveler, Selene is a pro at car rides and has even enjoyed holiday adventures in her foster family’s camper van.

With her playful nature and eagerness to engage in games, she’s seeking a family with plenty of time and patience to share in her adventures.

Once settled into her new forever home, Selene would greatly benefit from confidence training to help her reach her full potential. She requires a secure garden, a cat-free environment, and a family committed to providing her with the love and care she deserves.

Selene comes fully equipped with her pet passport, spayed, microchipped, and four weeks of free pet insurance, thanks to SuperDogs Rescue.

Please note that a home check and adoption donation apply.

For more information on this adorable pup, please get in touch!

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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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