A rare litter of Caucasian shepherd puppies were taken in by RSPCA inspectors in Coventry through no fault of their own – now they are looking for a special home with plenty of room to grow
A litter of fluffy puppies has been rescued by RSPCA inspectors – and they are expected to be adopted very soon.
The adorable puppies are Caucasian Shepherds, a relatively rare breed of dog in the UK.
You are under three months old and came into the care of RSPCA Coventry through no fault of your own.
Large mountain dogs with a beautiful thick coat, Caucasian Shepherds are known to be gentle and loving, but also very protective.
A statement on the RSPCA website said: “They may be little balls of fluff right now, but they will eventually grow into extremely large adults.”
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Staff advise adopters to research the breed and its behavioral traits thoroughly before applying for adoption to ensure they can provide the puppies with what they need.
“Because they grow into such large dogs, socialization and training from an early age are essential to help them grow into versatile adults,” the statement reads.
“They won’t need excessive exercise, but they do need a secure and private yard with 6ft fences where they can spend time playing or relaxing.
“Because of their thick coat, they don’t do well in the heat and need regular brushing to keep them from matting.”
After an introduction at the center, the puppies could live with a conspecific and dog-experienced cats.
You could also live with children who are used to large dog breeds.
As they are still young and learning, they need owners who are able to be around most of the day and gradually acclimate them to being left alone for short periods of time.
If you’re interested in adopting one of these fluffy puppies, you can Complete this application form on the RSPCA website.
Another pup looking for a forever home is eight week old Rupert from Helping Yorkshire Poundies.
Unhappy boy Rupert is ‘sad’ after his adopters failed to bring him home on his birthday.
Rupert arrived at the center when he was just two days old with his mother and four siblings, Paddington, Winnie, Honey and Panda.
Charity volunteer Sarah Dobbs said: “Rupert is a sweet, kind little boy and is doing really well.”
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