Every sunrise is an invitation for us to arise and brighten someone’s day.” Karim means generous. To those who don’t know, generosity is the habit of giving freely without expecting anything in return. It is a practical expression of love. The above quote is exactly how we should describe Karim. He gives generously without expecting anything in return. It’s like he wakes up every morning to do just that. He brightens our day and gives unforgettable moments of joy and laughter. He is such a goofball! A big puppy that can’t control his huge paws, so he always ends up on the floor. It’s not that he doesn’t like it… He loves the floor, he sleeps on his back for hours! He gives big hugs, big kisses, briefly his own big self! He could give his whole heart. But he is not sure yet, who can lift it and hold it forever. We found
Karim in young age and for that moment on we never stopped smiling when we see him! He is very social, playful and affectionate. He loves food, well who doesn’t, and he is always happy to see you. We overwhelm him every day with hugs and the truth is that we just want to thank him. So Karim, thank you for making us laugh when, in this messed up world, we’d almost forgotten how to. Our Karim will be given to a responsible person or family provided that he stays inside the house and not as a guard dog in some garden or field.
***It is a fact that most people avoid adopting big dogs and that’s strange since we supposedly evolve, we change our perspectives and form new opinions according mostly to scientific facts. Right? So those of you who still think that the bigger the dog, the bigger the damages or the longer the walks, are wrong. Not to mention another opinion that big dogs are for the garden. It has to do with the dogs age, energy and requirements not the size. Big dogs can be calmer than smaller dogs and love to be inside the house. Of course each and every dog needs daily exercise.
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Karim (D227/15) is up for adoption by SPAZ (Athens Court decision No 773/87)