Please review the Adoption Notes below, after which you may sign the Adoption form and then press the Submit button which will automatically send your questionnaire to Andrea Siddons at Cyprus Dog Rescue.
Please be aware that on approval of an adoption application, we ask for £100 (UK) or €150 (EU) non-refundable deposit to begin the dog's passport procedures. The balance of £350 (UK) or €350 (EU) is to be paid on confirmation of flight booking. Payments can be sent to:
Cyprus Dog Rescue will endeavor to carry out a home check with one of our volunteers within 2 weeks of submission of an adoption form.
Cyprus Dog Rescue MUST be informed at all times of a change in circumstances and the dog be returned to one of our chosen volunteers.
Cyprus Dog Rescue CANNOT guarantee the precise age of a dog nor also the breed (or breeds) of a dog, but will endeavour to ascertain such by veterinary advice in Cyprus.
Cyprus Dog Rescue will continue to be in touch wth you and will also carry out a further home visit approximately 3 months after the dog is placed.
Cyprus Dog Rescue reserves the absolute right to refuse any application they deem unsuitable.
Cyprus Dog Rescue asks that the dog be seen by a vet within 5 days of being homed. The microchip data should then be transferred onto the UK or appropriate microchip database and confirmation sent to:
We want your dog to settle in quickly but some dogs do take longer than others, so please do be patient. We do not want dogs returned within a few days of their adoption/foster. You will not see their true characters emerging for possibly up to a month or even longer as they take time to settle in. Be patient with them. If your dog is not very confident, please do not ask too much of him/her. Let them quietly adjust to you and what is to them, their very strange and somewhat frightening surroundings. If you are gentle and understanding in your approach to them during these initial stages, then they will develop confidence and become loving and happy companions for life.
NB Please be aware that everyone in the military must have written permission from their HCSO if they are in a SFA quarter before adopting a dog. Thank you.