Stray dog Pina gave birth to four puppies in one field. We asked for help so that they had a realistic chance of survival and Pina would no longer have any more puppies.
Catching Pina was not that easy because she is very shy of people. It took several attempts and a trap on loan to finally catch them and record them in PLACE for STRAYS. Even now she retires to her hut while our helpers are working. Although she can be touched, she cannot really enjoy these pats. It just takes a little longer. But our helpers give her the time she needs and leave her alone. When their puppies are a little bigger, they will start working on the trust.
Pina was totally frightened when she moved in with us. As long as the puppies were very small, we left PINA in peace to let her raise her puppies. Then, when the little ones got bigger, we started her socialization process. Slowly, in very small steps, our team kept pushing Pina a little further, sometimes forcing her to another little bit of happiness. So after some weeks
Pina enjoyed life, ran out of her enclosure, raged across the square and when she got too much for that, she ran back to her safety area.
Anytime people were found that adopted our sweetie, even she still needs a bit time to trust.
- 25/10/2020: Entwurmung
- 24/08/2020: ear examination (inflammatory)
- 11/08/2020: castration
- 05/08/2020: Seresto-Halsband
- 31/07/2020: second regular vaccination
- 14/07/2020: Spot on
- 09/07/2020: first regular vaccination and rabies vaccination
- 02/07/2020: Deworming
- 04/06/2020: Initial examination; Blood tests (results all negative), microchip and registration