In the meantime Hana has been with us for 2 months and we can only say that she is a real sweetheart. She fits super into the family and slowly mastered the basic commands firmly. She can walk without other dogs without a leash and also with known dogs this is no problem.
The one or other track lures her still, however, we practice daily, so that she also masters this soon with bravura. She is open-minded and joyful towards other dogs, unfortunately she (and we) do not always understand that others are afraid of her. Unfortunately, the good soul has to prove herself first. At home she stays alone for several hours, increasingly, without chewing rage ;).
When we are together at home, she is always where we are and loves to lie lazily on the sofa with lots of cuddles and kisses. All around a rough diamond that with a little polish becomes an absolute dream dog. We can not imagine to be without her.
Love, Michelle with Hana
Hello, it's me, CARLOTTA , formerly MOKA . Wanted to send you a short report on how I've been doing since August 2021 in my new home 🏡 .
Since my mistress could not pick me up personally, a very nice man was assigned to bring me home by car, that worked out great, thanks again for that !!!!
Also many thanks for the great communication in the run-up to my adoption and the patient answering of at least a thousand questions with which my mistress pestered you, dear Mrs. Thoma, you really did a great job. In general, the whole adoption process has worked flawlessly, very, very good job has done the association here, thank you !!!! 😘🥰
I felt at home from the first moment in my new home 🏡 with my dog buddies DANILO , FERNANDO and SAMBUCO and my tomcat buddy MERLIN, and first I ran happily with all through the garden. It was good after the long journey.
My mistress says, I am just as a hearty sunshine 🌞 as described on the page of the club. She saw me and immediately fell in love with me ! 💞 After a few days I really thawed out and turned out to be a little super loving whirlwind. I play with my buddies and with my mistress's foster kids every day, I'm always sweet to them and to all people and animals in general.
When we go for a walk, I don't come back quite reliably yet, I'm only allowed to run free far away from cars without a leash, but we're working on it.
I'm pretty greedy, says my mistress, but I do not find that at all ! 😂
In the beginning I broke a few things, but my mistress says she loves me anyway, that's what the dog buddies did in the beginning. Well, I'm lucky ! 🍀
Oh, by the way, my mistress has dogs for 25 years 🐕, but I am the first and only one who is allowed to sleep with her in the Heia bed on a blanket. So that I do not freeze, she says. Yes, yes, surely I may only because I am sooo small and sooo sweet and sooo cute and good ! 😉
Tomorrow I celebrate already my 3rd birthday 🎈, there is coffee ☕️ and cake 🎂 and dog cookies for us Wuffels !
So that's it for now, I'm hungry again ! 🍛
Be all very warm 💗 greetings from your happy CARLOTTA 🐶 🐾🐾🐾🐾
Hello Mrs. Thoma,
on 25.09.21 we picked up our Lia in Endingen. We already have two dogs, but when I discovered Lia (the name fits so well to the mouse) in the animal agency page, it was all about me. It was love at first sight and you can really say that. We, my family and I and Lia, we have found each other. At the takeover on 25.09.21, when I was allowed to hold her in my arms for the first time, tears of emotion came to my eyes.
I had simply packed a safety harness from my dogs and a leash and lo and behold it all fit her perfectly as if made for her. The whole ride she was super sweet and snuggled in the back seat next to me. At home she inspected the garden and was introduced to our other two dogs and everything went smoothly, as if she had always been with us. I have already taken over shelter dogs from various organizations, but I must give them Mrs. Thoma and her association a very big praise on this way.
Lia was very well groomed and socialized at the handover, which impressed me very much. Also the handover was relaxed and well organized.
You get to know other dog owners and get into conversation, because we are all waiting together for our protégés.
Still to Lia, she has taken over the bed and our couch and likes to snuggle up in a warm blanket and enjoys it finally to belong to a family.
With our Moki (a 2 year old Havanese, also from the animal protection) she haunts through the forest and the meadows and runs around the garden and house together with him. They are a super team.
Again many thanks for the good mediation
Alexandra Heidler with Raiin, Simok and Lia
Hello Mrs Hübner,
the first interim report from Lucy.
She arrived very well. The car journey was no problem at all, she was very relaxed. At home, she inspected every room carefully.
She is an absolute cuddler. As soon as you sit somewhere, she comes onto your lap.
The nights are great; she sleeps through the night. Well, it's also cosy in bed 😊.
She also gets along with the other dogs in the house. The other people in the house love her. Everyone just wants to pet her and cuddle her. And Lucy enjoys it; she is super friendly with everyone.
The walks are also great. No problems at all! Next Sunday she has to (may) go to dog school for the first time. I'm curious to see how that goes.
We took her shopping with us. Since she is not allowed in grocery shops, she had to wait in the car. She cuddled up and slept. She was still lying like that when we came back.
She is our big sunshine!
We are keeping our fingers crossed for Lea that she will find a home quickly.
The Lasch family
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on 13.2.21 our Bounty came to us.
It seems to me as if she has always been with us.
She is a darling of gold. Cheeky like Oskar and yet like sugar.
She is very skittish about loud noises and often sees a ghost in a tree that has been standing in the same spot for ages. But we are diligently practicing so that she masters all situations in everyday life well.
She wants to play with everything that has 4 legs, whether it is a bunny, a cat or a turtle.
Which could become a problem for us outside.
But we are also working on it with a lot of heart and regularly visit the dog school and participate in various courses.
Bounty has enriched our lives so much and we couldn't imagine it without her.
With her you have a funny bundle of energy at your side and also a cuddly mouse who hogs our sofa.
I am very happy that we can give her a great dog's life, and I am grateful for the smooth process of mediation and the time that Sabrina Cuviello has taken for questions, even now regular contact can be kept.
Thank you to your team for making it possible for so many dogs to find a nice home.
And who knows, maybe Bounty will get another friend someday, when she has mastered the dog 1×1.
Many love greetings
Sabrina and Bounty
It's me, little Milo, from Spain.
When I arrived in Germany at the end of 2020, I was a poor little sausage.
sausage. New country, different language and also different air. Me
I was taken over by a German couple. At first I was very sceptical and my mistress had a lot of problems with me. A lot of time passed before she could put a collar on me. Some friends advised my mistress to
to give me back, that I was the wrong dog for her, but my sweetheart
said: "You are much too impatient. I didn't order a piece of clothing,
but a living being - Milo stays!
I, Milo, was already about 6 years old, and it's not easy to change someone my age.
I didn't like my owner at all in the beginning, because I was probably abused by men in my old home. Among other things, I was hit by a car on my right hind foot. It is also thought that some of my tendons and cartilage have been affected, but thanks to my new owners I now have gold wire implants - it's like permanent acupuncture.
I'm also currently on Rhus Tox and frankincense, which is good for the joints and prevents inflammation. Since then I feel more and more fantastic every day! In the meantime, I also find my master quite OK. In the beginning, I always looked at him as if I was about to eat him. Today I'm happy when he comes home (when I'm in a good mood).
What do you learn from this? Love and patience and then everything will be fine. Now I know what a good life is - I have won the lottery, I am out in the woods and meadows a lot. I am taken everywhere, be it to friends, relatives or on excursions. And my meals are delicious.
Everyone loves me and, guys, I have a garden too!
I hope that many of my buddies will be as lucky as I am!
With this in mind,
Note: if you go to the photo on the top left, you can scroll down and see more pictures in my home of me.
Hello dear Mrs. Hübner!
It's me - Lilly! I arrive slowly in my new home and feel pudelwohl! I show my new mom already full of confidence my belly and let me cuddle!
Mom says I'm the best behaved dog in the world - I've never barked and I've never missed anything despite my tummy ache and diarrhea!
But we also go for a 10km walk every day, which I love! When I am at home, my favorite place is with my master and mistress on the sofa!
Meanwhile I even live here officially and proudly wear my first tax stamp on my collar :)
Give paw once
PS: soon I will go to dog school!
Note: If you click on Lilly's picture, you will also get photos in her new home.
Dear Mrs. Thoma,
here comes the promised report about our Tito (formerly Alex).
Tito has been with us for ten weeks now and has completely turned our lives upside down since August 7th. The time of getting to know him was super exciting for the three of us. In the beginning we reached our nervous limits (which is surely normal) but in the meantime Tito has grown so close to our hearts that we can't imagine life without him. It is so much fun to see the progress Tito has made since he has been here. In the beginning he could hardly find peace in the evenings, but this has improved a lot in the meantime. He already knows some commands and is very well oriented to us on walks. During dog encounters he is totally relaxed and even car rides have become less stressful for him. Of course, there are still a few small issues that we are working on with a dog trainer. For Tito there is nothing better than to run over a big meadow and to let his energy run free. On his usual routes through nature he loves to sniff out the surroundings on a long drag line. He is just such a lovable little guy and knows exactly what he wants... and what not. :-)
He is still very insecure in new situations and gives many scary people or noises a wide berth, but we are working on that too. When we have visitors, they always think he is great because he is so well behaved and calm. He has already secured a place in the hearts of many people who have met him. Of course, he also has a lot of nonsense in his head and is always happy when he manages to steal a shoe. With his funny nature he makes us laugh so often and it is nice how we get to know each other better and better and grow together.
Thank you again for the mediation and the smooth handling on the day of transport in Emmendingen. The long journey was so worth it!
Many greetings from
Christina, Arthur and Tito
Dear Mrs. Thoma,
now our dear Jimena (now Lotte) is already 2 weeks with us. She is so adorable and we can't imagine life without her. Lotte gets along very well with our children. She especially loves to run around the garden with our little son. She is so fixated on us that she is super retrievable. So yesterday we could let her run without a leash for the first time. That worked out great. She is learning incredibly fast and has already mastered the basic commands. We would like to thank you again and all the volunteers for their work! We were amazed at how calm and relaxed the dogs were when they arrived. At first we thought that our long drive home of 7 hours would be a bit stressful for all of us, but this was not confirmed at all. Lotte visibly coped well with the journey in the van, as car journeys are no problem for her. We
are glad to have decided again for an animal protection dog and hope very much that many more dogs will find a new life in a family. Best regards and see you soon!😊
Hello Mrs. Thoma,
Please find enclosed a current picture of Luni (now Holly Golightly) as well as a description for your homepage.
Luni has quickly settled into her new home in Frankfurt and is now exploring the world from here. She is an incredibly fine and sweet, yet extremely shrewd dog, who has already conquered a central place in the hearts of the whole family. In typical young dog fashion, she alternates long cuddle breaks with "crazy 5 minutes" in which she romps and plays in the garden. Meanwhile she already goes to the dog school, where she learns how to deal with other dogs.
We would like to thank the "Tierfreunde Europa" for their excellent work. When we picked her up, we were impressed (as we were throughout the entire placement process) by how professionally and lovingly the dogs were handled: No dog seemed particularly stressed and the dogs were able to get used to their new owners in peace in the garden of the club. We are especially happy that their two siblings Jimena and Edy have also already found a new home. Many thanks also for that.
Hello Mrs Hübner,
Balu (Hulk) has been with us for three weeks now. It seems to us
He survived the journey to the far north well, but was happy when we finally arrived in Hamburg in the evening.
He approached everyone (people and dogs) openly right from the start and charmed everyone with his manner.
Living together with our bitch is also going well. Now and then he gets an announcement from her, but most of the time they play and romp together.
Outside he is very well behaved and walks well on the leash.
Dog encounters are no problem. We don't always agree on what is allowed in the house and what is not. But even that is getting better every day.
We get encouragement from all sides and the statement that he can be happy to have found such a home. But we see it the other way round: We can be happy to have found a dog like Balu!
Marieke, Till, Anke and Markus with Lotta and Balu
Note: If you look at the picture of Balu you will also get an impression of his new great home.
Dear Mrs Hübner,
I am sending you a short report about Kira, which you are welcome to publish:
Finally, the long-awaited 7th of August had arrived and with it my first meeting with Kira.
After a quick and uncomplicated registration at the pick-up point, it was time to wait for the transport from Spain.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the club members who unloaded the dogs so lovingly and without stress.
Many helping hands were there to put the collars on the dogs and to adjust the safety harnesses and fear dogs were treated separately. The whole atmosphere was friendly and loving.
I particularly liked the fact that the area where the dogs were unloaded was escape-proof, so you could be carefree.
There was also a meadow where my dear Kira could first of all relieve herself by taking a pee.
Then we set off on the three-hour drive home, I was worried how Kira would cope, but she managed it without any problems and to my surprise, she was able to go home.
but she coped without any problems and to my great joy she got used to me so much during the drive that she was so close to me,
she joined me as soon as we arrived home.
Kira is a wonderful dog, from the very beginning she was eager to learn all the routines in our family and to understand everything that goes on here.
She has a strong will to please and follows beautifully.
After the two weeks she has been here, we can't imagine life without Kira.
I would also like to say a special thank you to Teresa Cabezas and her team of volunteers who so lovingly cared for Kira while she was in the refugio in Baeza.
while she was in Baeza at the Refugio.
You can see the loving treatment she has received.
We are in loose contact and I know how happy everyone is that she has found a lovely home.
The description of Kira we got is really true, she is the dream dog, the sweetheart as she was described.
It is wonderful that there are people who put so much heart into animal welfare as Mrs. Hübner and her colleagues in Germany and Spain do.
Germany and Spain and it is definitely worth giving the "Spaniards" a chance.
Kira is already my second dog who has been in a killing station and I believe that dogs who have survived this experience unscathed are really very resilient.
are very resilient and therefore easy to take care of.
The love and gratitude of my "Spaniards" is immeasurable and it is just wonderful to see how much the dogs enjoy their new life.
enjoy their new life.
Thank you to everyone who brought Kira to me, including the two Spanish drivers!!!
Dear Ms Hübner,
Dear Mrs. Schüssler and colleagues,
It has been almost two weeks since Jeny, who we call Leni, moved in with us. We are very happy every day that she is with us.
In the first few days she was very excited and a bit restless. This is now getting less and less every day. She enjoys every stroke and she gets lots of them. Of course she also enjoys her walks. The recall works very well. When no one is in sight, we romp with her in the meadow. I don't know who enjoys it more, Leni or us :-)
She is absolutely fond of children. We are just teaching our little daughter to say "no" to her. Because Leni is always licking her. But in the morning our little one climbs out of bed and the first place she goes is to the dog bed. There she gives Leni kisses.
We are overjoyed to have Leni in our family. We are happy for our daughter that she can grow up with this fine dog soul by her side.
We say THANK YOU and will report again.
Note: If you go to the photo, you will also get more pictures in the new home of Leni (formerly Jeny).
On Friday 13.8. it is exactly 6 months when I was allowed to pick up Nala. We have sooo much fun with each other. And even in dreary rainy weather, Nala full of energy always made me laugh and every day we still discover something new together. I am so very grateful to you that you made it possible and I found Nala through your efforts.
Great job what you bring full. 😊😊😊
a very big thank you.
If you click on Nala's picture you will also get pictures in her current environment.
On 25.07.2020 we picked up our sunshine Bowie from you. Thanks to the loving foster mum Maria in Spain, Bowie came to us as a dog who approaches everyone openly - regardless of whether he has four or two legs.
Bowie has developed from a playful puppy into a great young dog who, thanks to the lessons at the dog school, usually hears very well and we can go for walks in the woods and fields without a lead. With his friends Wilma (German Wirehaired) and Saschka (also from Spain) we often meet for walks.
Although he is only 35 cm tall, he can easily keep up with them in a sprint duel.
He still doesn't like driving, but it's much better than the first few weeks.
Bowie is simply a ray of sunshine and we have taken him firmly into our hearts.
Many thanks for the placement
Many kind regards, Doris