Bright boy Noah has such a gentle happy nature

Noah is a lovable boy who is always first to bound over to greet you in the morning.

He is one of seven puppies rescued from a town notorious for the cruelty they show street dogs.

The mixed breed puppies were born in the depth of winter and would not have survived but for the kindness of a local who tried to keep them fed and out of harm’s way.

Happy Noah loves everyone and everything

Eventually she alerted a well known animal welfare volunteer to their plight in the hope of finding somewhere more safe for them.

She in turn contacted Animal Friends of Turkey to ask for our help but at that time our Sanctuary and foster care network were full to capacity.

A place was eventually found for them with a foster carer in Kas who managed to look after them for a few weeks before spaces eventually came free with us in AFOT.

Noah has started his lead training and will need good exercise

They have been with us now since June and they are now beginning to approach a year old.

Noah is definitely a people dog who just loves company and companionship.

Just like his siblings, Noah is a large dog even though he has a gentle nature.

Noah with his sister Mia cooling in the shade

He is great with other dogs and spends a lot of his time playing with the other dogs in care playing tag and chase.

He has started his lead training and Noah is definitely a boy who will benefit from lots of exercise and walks once he has made his way over to the UK.

Like most of our dogs, he will need a home filled with patience and love.

Noah is always first to greet you in the morning

He is a bright boy and he will benefit hugely from a continuation of his training regime. This is something we think he will enjoy.

Noah is coming to the time when he will be ready to travel and the challenge now will be in finding exactly the right home and the right person for Noah’s needs.

Noah is yearning for his new companion in the UK

If you think that could be you 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 Noah 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.