1st Pointer-Friends Rescue Center on Cyprus
A dream finally came true!
We have long dreamed of having our own Rescue Center where we can practice exemplary animal welfare.
In May 2018 the time had finally come and we opened the 1st Pointer-Friends Rescue Center in Cyprus!
“Pledge A Brick“: Sponsorship Scheme for Dog Rescue Centre
Our charity “Pointer-Freunde / Pointer-Friends” has been working in Cyprus for almost four years now.
To date we have helped more than 150 dogs; not only by rehoming abroad, we are also trying to help on Cyprus with spaying programs and helping other charities and organisations; this is one of our main focuses.
P.A.D.S. Psychologically Affected, Disabled and Senior-Pointers
Daily we are getting pleas of help for Pointers in need. These are often puppies or younger dogs, who have good chances to be rehomed.
But the number of Psychologically Affected, Disabled and Senior-Pointers increases as well.
These Pointers need special care and a lot of understanding, patience and love. Maybe even more love and especially time as any other Pointer in need.
Today is certainly one of the gloomiest days for our team. About 6 weeks ago we got the small ELLA from a local pound. She lived in her own fecal matter, had green water in a bucket and completely moldy food in two bowls. ELLA was already in a bad condition -...read more
An animal lover in Cyprus found a stray bitch with her 8 puppies. The mother was in a very bad condition and died shortly afterwards at the vet. The puppies have developed magnificently and are now looking for their own home. FLUFFY is good with other dogs, good with...read more
ROTTIE has arrived in her foster home in 19273 Brahlstorf, Germany. ROTTIE was given by her owner to a pound on Cyprus. She was in a horrible state and started to lose the colour of her fur. This is called Vitiligo and it is something very similar to human beings...read more
An animal lover in Cyprus found a stray bitch with her 8 puppies. The mother was in a very bad condition and died shortly afterwards at the vet. The puppies have developed magnificently and are now looking for their own home. MIKE is very affectionate and playful with...read more
If you consider the adoption of a dog from abroad and research about it, you will inevitably repeatedly encounter terms such as ‘Mediterranean diseases’, ‘Leishmaniasis’ or ‘Ehrlichiosis’.
A “protection fee” is not a purchase price” – it fulfills rather different purposes: Coverage of accrued costs and also creates a “barrier” not to get a dog thoughtlessly.