Status: Available for adoption in the UK.
Yuna is a two-year-old, small crossbreed who was rescued from the streets of Bulgaria. She and her six siblings were dumped by some bins when they were just weeks old. They were rescued by a local charity who nurtured them all back to health. Yuna is now in a foster home in Brighton and is ready to find her forever home.
Yuna’s foster family have written this about her:
Yuna is an amazing little dog who has settled so quickly in our house. She gets on really well with our other rescue, Tyke; playing nicely and following him around so she doesn't miss out on any fun. She is getting used to travelling in the car to go for walks in the countryside where she enjoys a sniff but prefers to stick close to us whilst she develops her confidence. She has also settled into our daily routines and goes to the loo in the garden in the morning and evening and also sleeps all night in her bed. She does get up early though and lets us know she needs to go to the loo with a small whimper. She has met our cats and is fairly impervious to their catty ways; just ignoring them, even when they walk right past her nose. She enjoys to chew things so will need to have a toy to play with when she is left alone and we feel she would really need to go into a home with another dog as she really pines for Tyke when he goes on walks without her. She has a truly loving nature and loves to be as close to us on the sofa as possible in the evening and particularly likes a comb to get rid of any knots in her fur she can't reach. She is scared of cars and would need plenty of treats to continue building her confidence walking on quiet streets. Yuna will be a great addition to a home looking for another dog.
Yuna’s front paws are slightly angled at a 10 to 2 position. She was seen by a vet in Bulgaria who advised it was probably due to being malnourished as a pup but they do not cause her any pain.
Yuna is looking for an understanding home who will take things slowly with her and help build her confidence when out and about. Her new home should be one where she is not left alone for long periods of time.
We feel it is very important for Yuna to live with another dog therefore we will only consider applications from those who already have an existing dog(s).
Siblings: Bodhi, Che, Elvin, Eros, Luna