We provide as much care as we can for the strays of Mauritius, however the demand for homes is ever increasing.
All of our strays are fully vaccinated, health checked and cleared for transportation to the UK. We ensure every stray is handled with the upmost care when going through the transportation process, which we manage from our care facility in Mauritius right to your home in the UK. We handle all required documentation and health checks to prevent any hiccups along the way.
If you are looking to adopt, why not consider a Mauritian stray? We have many strays ready and waiting to find a new home and a loving owner, could you be one of them?
We do not charge an adoption fee, however we do ask for a donation towards the travel costs of getting the dogs to the UK.
These costs include the following;
Contact us for more information by email to email@example.com or click on the links below to download our Dog Adoption Questionnaire either in PDF or Word format and return to the above email address.
Can't commit to adopting a stray full-time? Ever considered fostering?
Before strays are placed in to their new homes in the UK, they are often partnered with foster carers or families to ease their transition in to home life and sometimes assist with care whilst adoptive families are found. Fosterers play a vital part in the re-homing process and are in constant demand.
We are currently in need of caring foster families throughout the UK. If you could provide a foster home for any of our strays, please contact us to place your name on our foster register.
ADULT DOGS (OVER 12 MONTHS)
PIXIE is a female. She was dumped by her owner because of her mange. She is a very quiet easy dog. Mum Labrador, Dad we dont know. Weighs 24 kg and approx 18 months old. Good with other dogs and good with children. But would be most suitable to a quiet home. She is sterilised, fully vaccinated, rabies injection and microchipped. Application form and home check required. Contact us for more information.
MICKEY, found with sevral bitting wounds infested with maggots. He is a Male 10 kgs, small in size and aprox 5 years old. Very loving with people but not suitable to be rehomed with other male dogs as he is scared of them. Great with children.
He is neutered, fully vaccinated, rabies injection and microchipped. Application form and home check required. Get in touch to learn more.
(UNDER 12 MONTHS)
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