Monday, February 11, 2013

Bali found a home

Bali is happily adopted in the Netherlands!
Bali's story as told by our Finnish volunteer Tomi: "Bali on ihana kora" (Bali is a lovely dog) My name is Bali. Currently I live in Ceceda.
My hobbies are playing, running and eating. I am also  very curious and I like to
put my nose everywhere I can.
So you can say I am very lively. I also like a lot of people and I have noticed that they like me
very much as well. I also get along with all the dogs here, from little Marta to the big mastiff Roy. I have heard them say that I am so cute and they cannot resist my big brown eyes - cute and charming that is what they say and I cannot deny that...

In the evening I will get my toy and sleep on the blanket like a good dog - yes I can do that as well!
Because I am just a puppy really I hope you will like to run with me (although I am quite good at walking on the leash!) and don't care if I am barking when something exciting is happening, because you can teach me not to do that (at least that is what they say).

I like having  lot of attention and so hopefully I can get that from you.
In the future I will hopefully find a new owner who is loving and trustworthy. 

Because I am worth it!
I love life and adventures, so maybe we can enjoy it together.
With love Bali

Bali is about 2 years old, has been spayed, and is healthy although still a bit thin. She is very much a little shepherd dog, although she just weighs 16,5 kg (she should be 18 kg). Her story? We don't know as she was tied up next to the kennels. At least she is not afraid of people or other dogs.

Tika985's BALI album on Photobucket

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Linda, foxterrier mix

Linda is fiercely loyal, playful and will go anywhere with you. Well, she will go with you once you get to know her, she will not accompany just anybody on a walk ;).
She is almost 10 years old but a very fit little dog with her typical foxterrier mind: she makes her own decisions. In her foster home she tolerates all other dogs that arrive, male and female. She likes the big dogs best I think. At home she can be territorial and bark when new people arrive (especially men), but she does not do that when she is elsewhere with you. She loves driving and is often with us, she will be sitting quietly and let herself be petted. She does not mind to be washed or groomed and you can pick her up without any problems even if she may disapprove of this.

In the beginning we thought she would be a dog for "an old lady" - but it would have to be an old lady who can handle a little doggy with her own ideas until she's settled down.

Linda's history:
She was a pampered little doggy and lived with her owner, an old lady until she had to go into a nursing home. She also followed her into the home, but had to live in a patio. And when the old lady died, nobody wanted to take her in. So Linda lived in the patio for a while, in the local shelter for a while and now in Ceceda, her foster home. 

More info about Linda
Anjo -
In Spanish: