Flo needs someone who can offer her training, time and effort and she will return this by being your best friend for life.

Flo was rescued with her six litter mates at only 3-4 weeks old from Nidge, a place renown for their dislike of dogs. The mother had stopped feeding them and they had no change of survival unless rescued. A local dog rescue did just that and moved them over to their rescue centre in Fethiye.

Flo is so pretty!

AFOT was we asked for our help but we could not help seven 3-4 week old puppies as we had no quarantine facilities at the time and it was too dangerous placing them anywhere else. They were placed with a foster carers but they were growing so big that at 12 weeks we were asked to intervene. We still didn’t have anywhere to place them as our Sanctuary wasn’t completed and all our spaces were full so we reached out to another foster carer who’s took them for 6 weeks until we were ready.

She is a very clever girl, always in the go.

Flo and her family came to us in May 2021 and have not been ready for rehoming until now due to Covid-19 and Turkish travel bans meant they had been isolated and unsocialised. Leaving their mother so early caused a mixture of issues which AFOT has had to work hard to overcome but finally, one by one, they are ready to move on.

Flo is now 18 months (12/6/22) now and is a lovely dog who is the smallest of them all being approx 62cm to the shoulder and in the region of 32-36kg. She is super friendly and can give a huge amount of affection to the right owner although she can initially be a little timid on first meet but once she knows you she will lick you to death!

Taking a rest in the shade.

She is full of energy and loves to play with her siblings who being large breed dogs, create havoc at the sanctuary.

Flo walks well on the lead but being a big girl, AFOT recommends she is walked on a harness. She will wait on command and is great with food.

Flo can be timid to begin with but is so loving once she gets to know you.

We are looking for a home with people used to large breed dogs. They will need to have patience settling her into a home as she has not lived in one previously. A home with doors leading to outside space so that she can lie near the outdoor until she is used to being in the home would be ideal.

Being a large breed, although basic training has been offered, Flo needs a home who can provide him with ongoing training as part of his daily routine and any potential adopter would need to commit to this.

Fabulous Flo!

Flo really is a beautiful girl who will return the time, effort and energy tenfold. Will you give her the chance to prove it? If so and you think you could offer her the life and the forever home she deserves then please check out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs by clicking this link and reading our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines.

A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a voluntary donation to help towards our costs.

If you want to register your interest in Flo or are interested in providing a loving home for one of our rescue dogs in general then please complete and submit our Dog Adoption Registration form.