Somebody dropped off four tiny (ca. 7-day-old) puppies in a shoe box at the Movet Veterinary Clinic on February 28th, 2005. My husband and I happened to be at the clinic and felt so sorry for them that we took them home. The puppies’ eyes were still closed when we took them and we were worried that they might not survive without their mother.

Despite all odds, all puppies survived! The puppies were bottle fed, their eyes have opened and they became healthy.

Three of the puppies were adopted over the past months, but we are still looking for a new home for Beethoven. He is 9 months old now, black & white, in perfect health, and we believe that he is a Husky mix.

While Beethoven is very friendly and will love you to bits, he does need a lot of exercise and a strong hand. Ideally he should go to a family without other dogs (cats are fine!) and without small children. Beethoven's future owners should be experienced in handling and training Husky-type dogs and have the time to take him for long walks and play with him every day.

If you would like to meet Beethoven, please call Valeria (English & Russian) at 200-03-88 or 8-501-439-39-56 (mobile)