18.03.2013. – Boston news
At the end of November 2012 Boston moved to his new home after he’d been castrated. He discovered the garden and immediately found the huge comfy bed that his new family prepared for him.
We received news about Boston. He regained his strength and he is in a great shape now. He received a heated dog house, though there’s a comfy basket in the house, he enjoys spending his time in the garden and he already protects his home as a real guard dog.
Making friends with other dogs is still problematic for Boston, but his family refused to give up on him and they do everything to make him accept that dogs are no enemy and meeting them can actually be fun. They asked for the help of dog trainers and ‘Mum’ began to attend a dog training course together with her beloved spotted friend. They spend loads of time and energy with Boston and share all the love in their heart with him, because he’s become a real member of their family.
23.11.2012. – Boston moved to a new home 🙂
A serious candidate applied for Boston, the Dalmatian boy taken over recently by our association from the animal shelter of Sátoraljaújhely. When he moved to his foster family, this young and beautiful guy was severly undernourished and behaved a little bit feral. However, Boston made a huge progress during the past weeks and his real nature has shown itself to us. He is a calm and curious dog, already listens to his name, comes when called. He soon learnt the rules of flat-life, it took only four days for him to become housebroken, though he might have never seen a flat from the inside before. This photo shows how smart he is, when it comes to feeding time.
His relation to other dogs still needs to develop, though. We met his candidate on one of our walks in the dog park. During this meeting in person it turned out that his candidates are experienced dog owners. Sympathy was clearly there on both sides. If Boston behaves well, he can move to the owner of every dogs’ dream and he can live in gorgeus circumstances. He received all the necessary vaccinations during the past weeks, he was microchipped and he is said to be a healthy dog according to the vets examination, he only needs to take up some weight. Tomorrow will be his big day of neutering, after which he will move to his new home, where he can begin his recovery in the safe arms of a loving family. Now the road is open for Boston to a wonderful life. We have placed him on this road, now it’s up to him whether he accepts the trust we put in him. We keep are fingers crossed for Boston so that he will stay a good dog and we truly hope that he will adapt to his new environment in a short time. Many of our helpers have contributed to his transport, placement and we received material and financial support to be able to care for him. There are no words to express how thankful we are to all the kind people who gave us a helping hand!
07.11.2012. – Boston, the young Dalmatian boy needs a home!
A little diamond, still raw, was waiting to be rescued in the animal shelter of Sátoraljaújhely.
He arrived in our care at the beginning of November, we placed him in a fosterhome, where his true characteristics is slowly beginning to reveal.
We weren’t surprised to see that Boston didn’t get much attention in his life, even if he had an owner then. Being undernourished is just one sign of the fact that this beautiful young dog received only a little care. Practically, every situation that involves human contact is completely new for him. He doesn’t even understand the “come here” command.
He is basically curious, greets people in a friendly manner, wags his tail and sniffs, but he needs to learn to come back to his owners and obey when asked to do so.
He doesn’t know how to be happy about things, he doesn’t know how to play, though he tries to mimic his fostermums dogs.
He is currently learning the rules of living in a flat, he is extremely curius, he is eager to see everything.
He has already become housebroken, he knows that he has to sit down before he gets food, but he would easily taste the handkerchiefs and the pullower, too, just because he is curious to know what it is.
Boston is a calm, large-sized dog, doesn’t jump up. He will measure over 30 kgs when he regains his normal condition. He rarely barks, if does, his voice is low and respectable.
Travels well in the car, walks well on leash.
He is interested in other dogs, basically not agressive though he needs to learn dog behaviour, because he doesn’t really know what to do with other dogs.
We began his rehabilitation and training, but the ideal would be a nice family, who will show him how to be a happy dog.
The company of a large female dog could be helpful for him. Not recommended for families with children and small-sized dogs.
Boston requires patient, assertive and loving care. Also, he would like to go to dog training school in the future.
Ideal would be a flat or a family house with a garden, where he is allowed to go inside whenever he wants to.
Boston is looking for a home in our care, he can be adopted with an adoption contract following previous meetings.
Vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped, healthy. He can move to his new family after sterilization.
Boston would like to find a family, who will treat him as a member of the family, give him daily care, which would make up for his lost puppyhood.
Contact: email@example.com (BOSTON)
03.11.2012. – Boston arrived into our care
Boston, the young Dalmatian male came to the rescue from the animal shelter of Sátoraljaújhely. Thanks to the generous help of several volunteers we were able to transport him to his fosterhome. Thank you all!
Dalmata Fajtamentő Közhasznú Egyesület
Hungarian Dalmatian Rescue
IBAN: HU57 1040 3923 5052 6590 8890 1008
BIC Code: OKHBHUHB