Alay is one of the 6 puppies that arrived at the shelter these days. They came from a town in Jaén, where their “owner” gave them to us because he didn’t want them anymore. We don’t know too much about their past life, but they came complete hungry, so we think they were not eating enough.
They are still too young to know what kind of behaviour they will have. For now, they are as any other puppy: active, lively, curious, playful and sleepy. The family who adopts any of them needs to know that, as they grow up, they will be more restless and probably they will break or chew something at home. So they will need someone to teach them some basic rules like walk on a leash, do their bodily functions outside, etc.
If you are ready to give her all love, patience and education she needs, don’t think about it anymore. Adopt Alay!
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