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Asterix

Name: Asterix
Breed: Mix
Gender: Male
Age: ca 2 months
Neutered/Spayed: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
DCC dog since: 4 years and 1 month
Description:

Asterix is one of eight puppies we found in front of our clinic. Someone had dumped them there in a box. Luckily we found the siblings before they climbed out of the box and ran across the street. With eight new arrivals in one fell swoop, we had our hands full and just the admission, initial examination and initial treatment of the little ones occupied two of our vet assistants for half a day. In fact we were able to raise the entire litter and some of the puppies found families through our Rehome program.

Asterix, however, has a handicap and does not walk as smoothly. Nobody wants a disabled dog here, so the poor one was never adopted. But the space on the clinic site is limited and we urgently need it for sick and injured animals. That's why we finally placed Asterix in our DCC 50+ program. Here he found a great home with a poor family.

We pay the family a monthly pension so that Asterix is always taken care of. In addition, like all dogs in the DCC 50+ program, we visit Asterix unannounced once a month to make sure he's okay.

With the DCC 50+ program we combine animal welfare with humanitarian aid. Without the monthly pension this family would not have a regular income.

Now we are urgently looking for sponsors to support Asterix and his family.

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Asterix is sponsored by:

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Description:

Asterix is one of eight puppies we found in front of our clinic. Someone had dumped them there in a box. Luckily we found the siblings before they climbed out of the box and ran across the street. With eight new arrivals in one fell swoop, we had our hands full and just the admission, initial examination and initial treatment of the little ones occupied two of our vet assistants for half a day. In fact we were able to raise the entire litter and some of the puppies found families through our Rehome program.

Asterix, however, has a handicap and does not walk as smoothly. Nobody wants a disabled dog here, so the poor one was never adopted. But the space on the clinic site is limited and we urgently need it for sick and injured animals. That's why we finally placed Asterix in our DCC 50+ program. Here he found a great home with a poor family.

We pay the family a monthly pension so that Asterix is always taken care of. In addition, like all dogs in the DCC 50+ program, we visit Asterix unannounced once a month to make sure he's okay.

With the DCC 50+ program we combine animal welfare with humanitarian aid. Without the monthly pension this family would not have a regular income.

Now we are urgently looking for sponsors to support Asterix and his family.