Five Cute Puppies in Urgent Need of New Homes!
We are five very pretty puppies. We were born over the January holidays under a container in the yard of Allied Pickfords and have been living there with our Mom ever since. Our human friends that have been taking care of us think it's a miracle we survived the very cold weather that we've been having in the first weeks of our lives. Luckily, they found us quickly and made sure that our "home" was covered and insulated with lots of blankets and snow.
We are now about seven weeks old and have been de-wormed and visited by vets Yuri & Valeria. We are now urgently looking for loving new owners as live on the streets is very dangerous. Unfortunately our "home" is right next to a small but busy street. For the first five weeks of our lives, the street was closed due to a water leakage, but at the end of last week it was once again opened to traffic and cars are again speeding by. As we are smart, we have learned how to climb through the fence and walk onto that street...
We are happy and healthy and love to play - we were given our first toy this weekend, and we loved it! Our Mom still lives with us and keeps us warm at night, but she does not feed us anymore as we have grown our first set of teeth :-)
We love eating Pedigree puppy food and have also learned how to eat Friskies dry food for pups (mixed with warm water to make it soft). We also enjoy the occasional bowl of milk. We keep our home clean and only do our big and small business outside.
Yuri & Valeria think that we will not grow bigger than our Mom, who is also in the photos below. So, if you are looking for a canine companion, pleeeeeeaze consider adopting one (or two?) of us. We have nowhere else to go, and our chances of surviving life on the street are very slim.
If you would like to meet us, please contact our friends Barbara (English, German, French & Russian) at 796-93-25 (work) or 763-00-12 (mobile) or e-mail , Tania (English, German, Italian & Russian) at 796-93-25 (work) or 8-916-902-87-57 or e-mail or call Valeria (English & Russian) at 200-03-88 or 8-501-439-39-56.