With us since December 17th, 2019.
Update 11.03.2020 :
A lot of things happened since our last update. Firstly we are proud to say that our Princess-In-The-Boots Amber was a volunteer during Steve Mann workshop that took place in Cyprus in February 2020. At some point, you could see she put so much effort into focusing on all the learning. She really got into it, and we admire her little determined personality. You can scroll to see the videos.
Amber already received two vaccinations, passport, microchip, and de-worming treatment. She will be ready to fly to her forever home somewhere mid to end of April 2020.
Amber’s love for people is developing every day. She is truly one little nosy, curious, and a boisterous little puppy. Just like a typical healthy puppy, she keeps everyone busy, but she also brings a lot of laughter and joy.
Amber and her siblings also had puppy classes last week. Amber was socialized to the leash, collar, and harness. The trainer has just started teaching Amber how to cope with frustration, but we had to postpone puppy classes for two weeks. With daily little training sessions, it became much easier to manage their energy level, which of course, reduces destruction =) We are looking forward to puppies to return to their classes.
Amber is on her life adventure that she would love to share with caring, compassionate hoo-man ! If you are one of them, looking for furry companion, go on, fill out adoption application ( link below).
If you wish to help Amber with vet bills, please click HERE.
Amber is most energetic amongst her siblings and also most human oriented. She engages volunteers and staff in most creative ways, like playfully attacking and undoing your shoe laces. Other times she steals something from people and runs away with the happiest smile on her face.
Amber likes to be touched and give her little cute puppy licks.
Amber’s best buddy is her brother Oliver. These two are constantly on adventure and both play more roughly with each other.
As we are writing this, little Amber is only been living less than two month. There are a lot of things she will learn as she grows up. However, even from such early age you can see her personality shining with confidence, curiosity and special love she has for human attention.
Each week we will post updates on Amber’s development.
Meanwhile if you are interested in adopting this little ball of energy and joy, please consider adopting Amber and giving her beautiful life.
December 2019 – veterinary examination did not detect any health problems.
January 2020 – de-worming
February 2020 – first vaccination
Adoption fee: 450 Euros.
Amber will be given for adoption with international passport, vaccinated and microchip-ed.
If you wish to sponsor Amber’s fees, please donate to:
STICHTING SLED DOG RESCUE
IBAN: NL83 ABNA 0547 9873 74