Intake of stray and street dogs (often fear-stricken or traumatized)
Intake of puppies and litters
Care of neglected dogs
Medical care provision
The gift of time, patience and gentle care
Building trust and reducing fear
Practicing daily routines for integration into a forever home
Regaining vitality and joy
Support throughout and following the adoption process
A Safe Place
Our goal is not to do as many adoptions as possible, rather we focus on preparing new dogs well for a forever home. We concentrate on finding a responsible owner - one who is also well-prepared to bring a dog into their lives. We provide a caring shelter, good nutrition and medical needs, basic training, lots of play and lots of fun! We have no more than 15 dogs in our care at one time, so we can give them our utmost attention.
The work we do here we take seriously and with full accountability. Cleanliness and hygiene, veterinary controls and care and full compliance with regulations are of the utmost importance to us.
Heart and Soul
The dogs at our shelter learn what it is to be truly loved. We adopt our dogs out only when we are certain that our love will be equalled or surpassed in their forever home.
Our dogs need time to find their way back to a normal life. And some dogs need more precious time. All of our dogs receive our maximum attention for as long as they need and for as long as it takes for them to feel self-secure and confident.