Zserbo is a 6-month-old female cross-breed puppy, born in August 2023, and rescued in November 2023 from a kill shelter in Hungary alongside her sibling, Gesztenye.

Currently weighing 13 kg with a shoulder height of 43 cm, she is expected to be a medium-sized dog when fully grown. Zserbo resides in a shelter with her sister and various other dogs.

This affectionate and cuddly pup is a real sweetheart. Although a bit timid initially, she quickly warms up to people, displaying her love for belly rubs.

Zserbo is friendly with dogs, enjoying the company of other pups and engaging in playful activities. Her loving and friendly nature makes her suitable for a family environment.

Ideally, Zserbo would thrive in a home where she isn’t left alone for extended periods, allowing time for essential training, including toilet training, leash walking, and general puppy training.

The goal is to integrate her into various family activities, treating her as a valued member. Families with children over 10 years old will be considered, and she has the potential to coexist happily with other dogs and even cats.

Prospective adopters should possess experience with rescue dogs, as Zserbo, like all rescues, requires time, patience, love, and commitment to become a well-balanced and happy dog.

First-time owners are discouraged, and preference is given to those with prior experience with rescue dogs.

Zserbo is currently in Hungary and is ready to travel to the UK once the right family is found. She comes fully vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, flea and tick treated, with an EU passport and DEFRA-approved paperwork.

Adoption is subject to a home check and an adoption fee, with full Responsible Breeding Unit (RBU) information provided.

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For further details about adopting a dog from HunDogs For Rehoming, please email: hundogsforrehoming@gmail.com

Please note, all dogs rehomed from this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post adoption support is offered.

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