Spyke, a Malian crossbreed dog, participates in the adoption of the Puy-de-Dôme APA

Spyke is a seven-year-old Malian crusader, a dog full of energy. Abandoned by his masters, he waits to find a home that will know how to take care of him at the Gerzat refuge of the Puy-de-Dôme Animal Protection Association.

Having previously lived abroad, it will be best for him to find a house with a courtyard. This will allow you to unwind because Spyke is not running out of energy. He will gladly accept the presence of other dogs, on the other hand cats are outlawed. Children, especially young people, will be equal to avoid. A precautionary measure for the Spyke machine is not aggressive in nature.

Spyke is an obedient dog

Also note that he knows the basic commands like sitting and lying down. In addition, he knows how to walk on a leash and gently give his paw.

Spyke knows how to obey and give his paw. © Valérie Guinard
It is possible to visit Spyke every day at the APA shelter, except on Tuesdays and public holidays. Adoptions are preferably for the afternoon until 5:30 p.m.

Gingko, a 3-year-old chat, is an adopter of the APA du Puy-de-Dôme

Valerie Guinard


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