Pandi now has found her furever home in Denmark.
Baby Pandi, Greek Shepherding dog abandoned in Apokoronas, enjoying her second foster home. Her first foster home was in Greece with Carole.
She is now in Denmark in the loving household of our member and Souda mom herself, Alexia.
Her ticket over to Denmark was funded by Barbara.
She is one step closer to her new home.
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Hey meet our new foster Panda.
She seems to be a Greek Sheepherding Dog. Very impressive breed.
Pandora is a confident little girl, she has no fear! She mixes in with my dogs nicely and has found out that cats need to be respected, so will fit into a home with cats and dogs but equilly she would be ok with just human company. Quite often she will sit at the front door watching the world and if I am on the computer she is by my side sleeping.
Pandora is learning how to play with other dogs, she does the play bow and when they have had enough and tell her off she rolls on her back showing her tummy so is submissive to older dogs, she should fit in so well with a ready made family.
We are crate training her, so is used to going in her crate at bedtime and settles quickly with very little fuss. This is great as you dont have to worry about furnature being chewed whist you are in bed, always a worry with puppies……but also it makes house training faster. Dogs do not like to mess in their beds so will hold on until you let them out, whereas if they were not in a crate they would get up and wander in the night and pee. Most nights she has slept through until around 7am with a dry bed. A couple of times we have got up in the night as she has cried, so we let her out to pee and then she has settled down again for the rest of the night.
So…..Pandora will have her vacines soon and it would be great to find her a place she can call home and live her life….she will be a wonderful member of any family..please consider her and she will reward you with a lifetime of love!
Yes, we didn’t want another puppy on our plate but you tell me, should we have left her on the road to either be killed or scooped up and chained on some remote mountain?
She’s delicious. But costly.
For us to say yes to a new puppy, we say yes to a whole new list of expenses.
Please help us. Donate.
The Gang at the Souda Shelter Project