These precious dogs in the UAE are looking for a new family to call home
31 October 2019| Last updated on 31 October 2019
Expand your family this holiday season by adopting a new furry companion
Picture this: you're lying cozy on your sofa while watching your favourite festive flick, a bowl of snacks on your lap, and an unconditionally-loving dog by your side.
If you have a pup-shaped hole in your life, you might find your new best friend from our list of adoptable canines in Dubai. By adopting a rescued dog in the UAE, not only are you welcoming a new family member, but you're also helping to combat the problem of "designer dogs" in the country - pups who were bred and raised in unsafe environments for the purpose of being sold at a high price.
K9 Friends, Dubai's longest-running non-profit pet rescue centre has nine incredibly friendly four-legged friends waiting for their forever home.
A nervous girl, Atlanta needs someone to give her love and security. She will be three years old soon and would love to spend her birthday in a new home with cuddles from her own family. She loves other dogs and will happily cuddle up with new friends. Vaccinated, neutered and ready to meet her family.
This 2-year-old girl has never known a home of her own. She’s sweet, gentle but a little shy and is looking for that perfect sofa with a loving family. Vaccinated, neutered and ready for adoption.
A Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix, Pluto is an active, friendly 18-month boy looking for a new family. He’s a charming boy with lots of character, vaccinated and neutered and looking for a place on your sofa.
A playful and very sociable young boy, Sam has had some basic training living in a home. He’s 9 months old, vaccinated and neutered and a fast learner who should get to grips with home life very quickly.
A seven-year-old Otterhound mix, Shabby was surrendered to K9 Friends with his friend Sushi as the family was relocating.
He is a lovely, friendly boy who doesn’t like his feet being touched.
He is vaccinated and neutered and looking for an experienced home without young children as he is a large lad.
A three-year-old retriever mix, Shadow is gentle and friendly. His owners left the country and he was cared for by a kind man who unfortunately didn’t have the space for him.
Vaccinated and neutered, Shadow will make a lovely addition to any family.
At eight years old, Spike suddenly found himself at the shelter when his owners were in a difficult situation. Having lived with a family for so long, he is good on the lead and well behaved in the house.
This Spitz cross is friendly to everyone, even cats, as he has lived with a cat before. Vaccinated and neutered and looking for his forever home.
A seven-year-old desert mix, Sushi was surrendered with her friend Shabby when their family relocated.
She is a sweet girl who is house trained and used to family life. Vaccinated and neutered and ready for a new home.
The 4-year-old girl was sadly left behind when her family relocated.
She’s a calm, gentle Labrador mix who is neutered and house trained.