Dalmata Mentés


01.09.2014. – Culi news 


02.08.2014. – Culi is officially adopted. 🙂


24.06.2014. – Culi news 

Culi, the 8-year-old Dalmatian lady moved to her new home a month ago. We met her candidates twice and everything went so well that it was time for her to move on trial adoption. The family could hardly wait to welcome the “love bug” in their home.  Culi feels perfect, as you can see. 🙂

“After a few days Culi felt home in our house. She likes playing and roaming in the garden and rolling on the green grass. We gave her a couple of plush toys and she just loves fetching them and throws them up in the sky proudly. She began to guard our home the day after her arrival and whenever she hears strange noises or the voice of other dogs, she lifts her head up and barks a little, expressing that this is her home now. 
We live near the Danube and often go for walks on the riverbanks, then she sleeps peacefully on her comfortable bed.  Oh, her appetite is pretty good! 
She gets along very well with my little daughter, they play a lot together. Recently, we went for a ride with our car and she behaved calm, I guess she enjoyed it. Obedience goes well (90%). 
There are no words to describe her delight, when she greets us every afternoon we arrive home. 
Culi deserves a long and happy life. I believe and I know that we can give her all this and we will take care of her with endless love!” 

It’s so fantastic to read these lines, don’t you think? 

Click here for more photos:http://gallery.site.hu/u/dalmatamentes/gazditkeres/szuka/Culi/


25.05.2014. – Culi went on trial adoption 🙂

Today afternoon Culi moved to her forever home-to-be. We met her applicants twice during the past weeks and we all returned home with positive feelings. The fosterhome was no longer able to care for Culi due to personal reasons so we were happy that things turned out this way.

We were notified of Culi in the middle of January. The poor Dalmatian lady was freezing on a piece of paper in a busy square of downtown Budapest while her ‘owner’ was trying to sell her for less than 50 euros. A volunteer spotted them and didn’t have the guts to walk by so she took the dog home and called us. Luckily, we managed to find her a fosterhome within days and now, four months later her dream to find a loving family is finally coming true. Culi is 8 years old now and dogs in her age usually wait a longer time before they catch the attention of someone. However, the family who applied for her have adopted rescue dogs of various ages in the past. They have a young daughter so they were especially looking for a calm and patient dog who loves children, as well. Culi seemed to be the perfect choice as she is such a lovely lady that one could hardly find a more suitable pet for the family’s needs. 🙂

Photos: http://gallery.site.hu/u/dalmatamentes/gazditkeres/szuka/culi