Network for Animals are pleased to announce that through our work with the Ghost Dogs of Aspropyrgos and Greek Animal Rescue, we are beginning our dog adoption drive in the South of England and in the Netherlands, and looking to expand our reach in the near future.

If you are interested in adoption or becoming a volunteer foster carer, please email us in the UK at adoption@networkforanimals.org or in the Netherlands at adoptie@networkforanimals.org.

One of the first dogs we are looking to rehome is a gorgeous two year old female called Olympia. Olympia came from Greece and is currently living in foster care in Belgium. She is neutered, microchipped, and like all good global citizens, has a dog passport.

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She is playful, energetic, and is described by her foster mum has having a very positive character. Olympia walks on a lead well. She once had Babesia but has been treated and is now doing well. Olympia loves to learn, and is particularly fond of cuddling!

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Olympia is a large dog with lots of energy. For this reason, it would be ideal if Olympia could find a home without cats or smaller dogs. She is looking for a family that will be able to provide her with lots of exercise, attention and stability. If you think this could be you, please get in touch with us for more details.

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Note 2nd June 2016: Olympia has now found a forever home!

If you are interested in adoption or becoming a volunteer foster carer, please email us in the UK at adoption@networkforanimals.org or in the Netherlands at adoptie@networkforanimals.org.

Adopting a rescue dog will change an animal’s life for the better. Please encourage your friends and family to adopt not shop: Together we can make a difference!