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Large Mix Breed

Age: Less than 1 Year

Dog Friendly? Yes

Cat Friendly? Yes

Child Friendly? Yes

Neutered? No

Our beloved fluffy friend is Dylan, with his charming blond coat highlighted by the distinct white fur on his face, giving him the appearance of having been dipped in flour. His endearing floppy ears and contagious smile have endeared him to everyone at the kennels, as he cheerfully welcomes everyone he sees.

He was found as a puppy on the streets of Macedonia, unfortunately he was in awful condition and had likely been dumped there by humans since he was found on his own with no siblings or mother in sight. It is highly likely that he would not have survived without our intervention.

After some tender loving care, Dylan has transformed into a playful puppy with a charming and affectionate personality, making him a wonderful fit for most families. Being young, Dylan is like a blank canvas in terms of training. Consistency and boundaries are essential for his development, like all puppies, to shape him into a well-rounded adult.

Dylan is a bundle of energy, a small whirlwind of furry chaos. He enjoys dashing around our garden and has discovered he’s quite the novice swimmer. Dylan adores splashing about, and it is sure to be a challenge keeping his blond fur immaculate. He would love a home near water where he can frolic.

He would likely be a great fit to a home with an existing dog so that he has an older mentor as well as someone to play with while his owner is away. Dylan loves other dogs and is always happy to say hello. We would like it is his future owner is part of a walking group so that Dylan can enjoy doggy playdates, especially if he is to be the only dog in the home. Dylan also gets of great with the resident cats and we would confidently rehome him with a feline housemate. Children of any age would be fine with Dylan but bare in mind that he is a puppy and as such, is prone to puppy behaviours, so his family will need to be prepared to put in the work.

You may notice in photos that Dylan has what is called a “third eye” which is when the membrane between the eyelid and the eyeball is visible when the eye is open. This is likely a result of his poor health before being rescued and has had no negative affects on his health. It is also common for dogs with smaller eyes to have this. Due to Dylan being a mix breed this is another possible cause. He has no issues with his vision and this could correct itself as he grows up.

Fully vaccinated for Rabies and Infections Diseases

4D tested for Brucellosis and tick borne diseases

Microchipped and Spayed