This 10 week litter of four males are ready to find their forever homes, separately! They came with us from Puerto Rico at 6 weeks old and have been thriving in foster.
A kind person in San Sebastian, Puerto Rico took in a pregnant community mama so she could safely give birth and raise her puppies. We met her when she brought the mama (with her pups so she could feed them) to be spayed and asked if we could take the litter. Of course, we wanted to help and they are now here looking for their forever and loving (separate) homes. See the picture of mom with her little babies!
Breed? That’s a tough question. The people of Puerto Rico call the street dogs “Sato”. These resilient dogs are generations of mixed breeds. They tend to be about 45-55 lbs and have outstanding temperaments. Since they are part of their communities, they are typically great with humans and other dogs.. and possibly even cats. (We have not cat-tested them.)
These puppies will be adopted out separately; they need individual homes where they can receive undivided attention. Puppies need lots of training, exercise and time to be the best adults they can be. If you can’t be home every few hours, please adopt an older dog.
Interested in meeting these boys? Please fill out an application and a volunteer will contact you. (MC)