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Question #1

What are your requirements for adopting a pet?

Question #2

What must I know before adopting a pet?

Our main goal is to ensure that each animal is placed with a responsible person prepared to make a lifelong commitment, and an important part of the process is to match the lifestyle and needs of the adopter with the individual dog or cat. If the screening process occasionally seems overly strict, try to remember that the shelter’s first priority is to protect the animal’s best interests.

Some of our dogs are with us since they were puppies and  will be starting their lives as companions. Older dogs may have had previous owners, and they may have already be familiar with living in a home and have been exposed to house-breaking and obedience training. Remember, too, that companion animals are remarkably adaptable. They have lots of love to give and they really seem to appreciate their new homes. Just because they lived with someone else first, doesn’t mean they won’t make a wonderful companion for you.

Having a companion animal brings rewards and responsibilities. Following your pet’s adoption, you will be responsible for making sure your pet is safe and for providing regular veterinary care. Be sure your dog has appropriate identification. Provide nutritious food and fresh water for your pet. Make time for exercise, training, and play. Finally, enjoy your new life with your new loving companion.

We understand that after you get our pet home, the adjustment period can be difficult. We encourage you to call us with any questions or problems, hopefully, before small problems become big ones! We are very experienced with pet transitions and welcome the opportunity to help make it as smooth for you and your pet as possible. And even when all is going well, we love getting calls just to know how our “alumni” are doing.

Question #3

How can I volunteer?

If you are looking for a unique opportunity to serve others, work with animals, and at the same time make new friends and learn new skills, consider volunteering with us! We depend a great deal on our volunteers and their gift of time. You, as a volunteer, can enjoy a genuine sense of satisfaction from helping others and take pride in being actively involved in meaningful service. 

Each year our volunteers contribute a significant amount of their time helping us provide high quality care to our visitors and animals in our care. We love our volunteers and couldn’t do all that we do without them!

We are always happy  to have somebody with us, even to bring dogs for walks. Contact us if you are interested and we can tell you different options.



More Questions

Do you have any other questions?

We are here to answer all your questions. If you haven’t found your answer, please contact us through our website, Instagram or Facebook page

We are located in Romanos village, Costa Navarino Area, Messinia, Peloponnese, Greece.

Every day from 8.00 to 10.00 am and from 4.30 to 6.30 pm

We appreciate a message before so that we can organise your visit. (through our Website, Instagram or Facebook Page )

For more information about one dog please reach us through our Website, Instagram or Facebook Page

We do not require an adoption fee, only to cover the cost of passport, microchip, vaccinations . If the dogs needs to travel all the travel arrangements are calculated aside, depending on the travel.

We would be thankful for a free donation to help the other animals of the shelter.

The entire adoption process varies but the goal is for the adoption to be completed in one week ( it depends on travel though)

When you adopt from us, you save a life and a space opens up which will welcome another great dog and save its life. In addition, we are a small shelter and we know our dogs one by one, so you  also get a chance to find a companion who is a good match for your personality and lifestyle.  We  will help you to choose the best pet for your particular situation.

All our dogs are vet checked, spayed or neutered, current on their vaccinations, microchipped for identification

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