05/05/20 UPDATE:

Halley has now been moved to a foster home and is waiting for assessment and treatment by the vets. Unfortunately due to lock down rules things are pretty hard at the moment, so he cant be moved long distance and its costing a lot more for medication and treatments :-(

We have currently spent €120 for accommodation and food, €100 on vets and €275 on medication. Thats a total of €495 in just ONE day! The bills are not going to slow down as he is in such a bad condition, he will require constant vet visits, blood tests and medication.


Halley is in very poor condition and extremely ill and it looks like he is in lots of pain and probably been kept in very awful conditions for an extremely long time we estimate him to be around 2-3yrs old. Huge thanks to Mirko who has been feeding him and looking after him until someone can get him to safety. NO animal deserves to live like this so we are currently raising funds to try to help get veterinary treatment he so desperately needs and a foster home nearby to take him until Lock Down is lifted and he can travel to the UK.

PLEASE spare a small donation for Halley for his continued care:
If you can help with a small donation towards his care we would be most grateful.
Halleys fundraiser can be found here https://donorbox.org/save-halley


Current information may be out of date or non existent at this time. We try to regularly update this information with regular assessment sessions with our behaviorists and kennel staff.

The information contained on these pages is a rough guide from the last assessment.

Due to COVID-19 a lot has changed and a new assessment may be required for up to date info.

When applying to adopt from us, we will first check your suitability and then try to match you with one or more of our dogs. WE DO NOT rehome our dogs upon request.

Please take note if it says NO children, NO pets or other restrictions these will stand and you will need to stick to the criteria to become a potential match.