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9.4kg (20.7 lbs)


5 years (23/11/2023)





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Dog friendly?


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More about me

In the tranquil countryside, Gudi, a remarkable Schnauzer, once lived a life painted with love and comfort alongside his cherished master and sister. But the sudden death of their owner shattered their world. Left to navigate the harsh streets alone, Gudi and his sister faced the daunting reality of survival.

Gudi stands out in more ways than one. With a heart that craves affection and a charming exterior that invites endless cuddles, he exudes a calming presence and thrives on closeness with humans. His favourite joyride? Feeling the wind on his face while cruising in a car, soaking in every moment of the journey.
Initially placed with neighbors after their owner's passing, Gudi's life took a downward spiral as they soon grew weary of his presence.

Left to roam the streets, tragedy struck when his sister, his closest companion, met a fatal accident. Gudi was now alone, relying on the sporadic kindness of strangers for sustenance.
But Gudi's story took a turn when compassionate souls on the streets took notice. Despite being left to fend for himself, their care ensured he had something to eat, even if his life was otherwise precarious. It was during this time that Gudi's health plummeted dangerously. His platelet count, a critical indicator of well-being, had dropped to a mere fraction of what it should be.

Miraculously, a compassionate veterinarian intervened, taking on the seemingly insurmountable challenge of nursing Gudi back to health. Against all odds, Gudi not only survived but triumphed over the dire circumstances. He emerged, ready to embark on a new chapter—a second chance at a fulfilling life.
Now, at five years old and weighing 9.4kg, Gudi is a testament to the incredible power of compassion and resilience. The vet, recalling their first encounter, believed Gudi had mere days left to live. But Gudi's unwavering spirit chose life, embracing the second opportunity with all the strength in his little frame.
Today, Gudi stands as a testament to the unwavering spirit of rescue and recovery.
Gudi is healthy, vaccinated and ready for his forever home.

What does it cost to adopt a dog?

The adoption costs are $3,000 MXN for Mexican Nationals, $550 CND Canadian or $400 USD for Temporary or Permanent residents living in Mexico. Adoption costs for dogs adopted in countries other than Mexico are $750 CND or $600 US dollars. Don't forget, wherever you live, to budget for all the other things your new fur-baby will need.


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