Wanting to adopt a dog in Dubai? Here are four pups at K9 Friends who are searching for their forever home
20 February 2018| Last updated on 13 November 2018
If you're searching for a new member of your family and wish to adopt a dog in Dubai, look no further than K9 Friends. The animal rescue group has over 100+ dogs and puppies in their care every day, and all are searching for their 'furever homes' in Dubai.
Currently available to adopt from K9 Friends, these four pups are all of a medium size, under two years old, with a lively personality each and all love to cuddle!
If you'd like to adopt one of the below dogs, or any of the other dogs under K9 Friends' care, please ring their office on +971 4 887 8739 for more information or to book an appointment to visit the shelter.
Zorro the (Half) Retriever
Born on July 1st, 2016, Zorro is a lively young boy with a great personality who was brought to K9 Friends along with his mum, 2 brothers and a sister. He was nervous to start off with, but he's really come out of his shell - and now he's waiting for someone to come and show him what a good life there is for him out of the kennel. He'll be a medium sized dog when fully grown.
Scruffy the Wire-haired Cute Hound
This shy, gorgeous and very loyal boy is just over 1 years old - and comes with a name that suits his sweet appearance. He first attached himself to a family in Fujairah, but they felt he would have a better chance of finding the perfect family in Dubai and so now he's with K9 Friends... Just waiting to meet that perfect family.
Daisy the Huskollie
This beautiful, energetic girl shouldn't be in the shelter. She's just over 1 years of age, and enjoys a good run and play... But is also happy to give a really great cuddle! She's a very pretty girl, and is always a popular choice on the K9 Friends dog walking days.
April the Whippet
This medium sized girl is a shy pup, who will take some time to warn up to you - but once she does, she is the sweetest girl who would benefit from finding a loving home. April's been fostered out to families a few times, and behaves very well in the house. Now she's just waiting for one to stick and give her a 'furever home'.