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How lucky are we! To have the opportunity of adopting our best friend,saving the life of a heart that will beat for us faithfully always… To find your friend – browse the categories above.


Adoption is free of charge. The animals go home dewormed, vaccinated, microchipped and with an EU passport. All our animals come neutered, except the cases when old age or illness prohibit it.


Please note, most of our dogs don’t have adds online. It is best to come meet your new friend at the shelter directly. Come, see our 200 dogs yourself!

The adoption procedure is not complicated. Prospective owners need to come see the dogs 2 times. On their first visit they go through an interview – to see if the person will be a responsible owner and what dogs will be suitable. The person is then introduced to dogs to choose from. The second visit is “to make sure”, a contact can be signed and the person goes home with his new friend.


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Please note, we have 30-60 puppies at the shelter at any given time. We do not make ads for them, because they grow and change quickly.

If you are interested in adopting a puppy, please – just come to the shelter, we have all kinds and sizes.


All our cats live in foster families. You need to contact us first.

The cat adoption procedure is simple. The interview is conducted by phone. A meeting is set at a moment, convenient to both sides.  If everything goes well then the new owners can bring their new friend home immediately after signing an adoption contract.
In some cases the signing of the contract and/or the meeting take place at the shelter.


You need to contact us first to get in touch with the foster family.

It is not hard to adopt a fostered dog. After you contact us, we will get you in touch with the fosters. You will need to make an appointment with them – to meet and get to know the dog in person. If everything goes OK, you will be asked to come to the shelter for your interview and contract. Afterward, you can pick up your new best friend from the fosters and take it home.

Photos of our rehomed animals can be found HERE, and also on our Facebook page.