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CYRUS is a true gem!!!! This German shepherd/retriever mix is a great companion dog and will not hesitate to speak up in the event of an intruder. He is a one year old with megawatts of energy so someone who enjoys long walks with a stick would do brilliantly with Cyrus. He enjoys meeting all kinds of people and is particularly good with children, female dogs and non-threatening male dogs. We'd love to see him adopted out to a similarly outgoing and energetic person or an active family with children who will keep him busy and give him a run for his money! Don't miss out on meeting Syrus in person or click here to see a video of him in action!
CESAR is a male Pointer, about 10 months old, rescued from starvation. When we found him he was tied to a tree, no shelter, no water, no food, but souvlakis tied in bags to trees just out of reach... He was severely emaciated and full of ticks. It took a long time before he could hold down food, and even longer before he started putting on weight. He still has ways to go but here he is playing and enjoying himself amongst those who love him. He will soon be put up for adoption pending bloodwork to ensure good health. Despite his ordeal, he LOVES humans. He does have prey drive so he is not particularly good with cats. He gets along with most dogs. Great with kids. His ordeal has caused him to try to go after other animals food, though he does not guard food from people. He would be great in any setting, he just wants hugs...lots and lots of them!
You can already see from the pictures the huge difference some love and a daily meal can do.
SCARLET - FOR ADOPTION
Scarlet was found roaming around a remote part of the island, living off of eating chickens. Needless to say that did not make her popular with the farmers... She was captured by monks who called us to take her in. She is a stunning dog. She is just beautiful, and such a graceful mover, one can't take their eyes off her. The camera loves her and she loves it, can you tell? She has a medium/long coat and we think she may have both Collie and German Shepherd in her bloodlines. She has a well honed prey drive, so she does not do well with fowl or anything small that acts like prey. She is very good with other dogs and loves people, though she is a bit timid but not fearful. Mostly she shies away from sudden hand movements, from being beaten and chased away no doubt. She is generally a calm dog who melts into any kind of affection and petting. She took a few days to warm up to us, but has come out of her shell. She may not do well with rambunctious children due to her timidity, but has shown no aggression toward anyone. She is about 1 year old.