Rehomed Dogs

The dogs listed below have now found permanent loving new homes.

grid | list 10 | 20 | 50 | 100
Jess

Jess

Shepard mix - female

What a gorgeous loving girl Jess is. Very sweet and friendly with a beautiful gentle and playful nature. Good with children and cats, supervision with toddlers is always advised. Jess is in care with another Shepard X male and they get on tremendously well, however were separated by a fence for a few days before being introduced personally. Jess can be a barker when faced with a reactive dog thus being the neighbors dog. At the moment we are working on training her to stop with the water spray, further training and socializing Jess will be important for her confidence and well being. Loves to ride in the car and plays fetch and returning the ball. This affectionate girl has had some training and is a quick learner. She is good on recall and walks well on the lead, however pulls strongly if trying to approach another dog, can be unpredictable with her approach, sometimes defensive. Jess will need to be walked a least once a day to use up her energy and keep her fit. Playing fetch can be a good alternative when a walk is not available. We would recommend Jess be a single dog in her forever home. Sleeps in at night and fully toilet trained, loves her out door time and her down time alike. Jess was found wandering the streets of Hornsby and was a pound dog for a month before coming into DCH care.
We are looking for an active caring family or individual who will love Jess and give her the forever home she so deserves.
Jess will be ready for adoption in the first week of the 2018 after she has been vaccinated, heart wormed, chipped and de-sexed.
If your interested in meeting Jess please contact Rod on 0418239763. Jess is in care at Revesby NSW.

Jess was adopted on 07 February 2018 after 1 month in foster care

Sasha

Sasha

Australian Bulldog - female

*1st Sept 2016: Sasha has had previous surgeries prior to coming into care for a prolapsed bowl. She had a very complex desexing operation as a result, luckily she has recovered ok but we are seeking extra sponsorship to help cover the additional costs of this complex surgery and her teeth cleaning too. Costs will be approx. $250*

Sasha is a friendly and happy girl that likes cuddles and would be happy in most homes. Sasha is ok with my 2 dogs but has never lived with cats.

Sasha has already found a new family.

Located in Freemans Reach NSW

Sasha was adopted on 13 January 2018 after 1.3 years in foster care

Missy

Missy

Cavalier King Charles spaniel - female

Missy is a beautiful Cavalier King Charles spaniel. She is approx 7.5 years old and is a desexed female. She is an indoors dog and is toilet trained. She has lived with 3 children and has been with the owner since a puppy. She was housed with a collie dog and was with a cat at the mother in laws house.

Missy has been surrendered to DCH to find her a new loving home.

She just loves being around people. She was fine with commands 18 months ago when placed with temporary care. She has become a little spoilt and she seems to think she can get away with not listening sometimes. She comes when called etc.

She is scared of thunderstorms and loud noises

She doesn’t growl or bark at animals she doesn’t know but is stand offish. Just stays away from them if she doesn’t know them.

She just barks when someone knocks on the door. She is usually just quiet and lays with people.

She is used to one walk per day
Food twice a day. Dried food in morning and wet food at night.

Missy has arrived into foster care 5/1/18 and will be available to rehome in a week or two.

Currently located in Springwood, NSW (Lower Blue Mountains)

**Listing placed on Hold to give us time to review the multiple enquiries received**

Missy was adopted on 13 January 2018 after 1 weeks in foster care

Mara

Mara

American staffy x - female

Foster Carer Required: Mara is in temporary accommodation right now, if you can assist by providing her a forever or a foster home please let us know. Her Accommodation runs out at Christmas and we have no back up kennels this time of year. She urgently needs a temporary or permanent home NOW.

Mara is a young girl who is in need of a bigger yard to burn off some energy. She loves water and she's very active and could do with some continued training to curb her enthusiasm for life.

She's ok with some dogs and has lived with dogs in the past, but some dogs she takes a dislike to.

But what a complete sweetheart! This big darling girl is a total sook, and her natural position is on her back so you can scratch her belly. She wants to follow you all over the house and keep you in sight.

She is still a pup and doesn't really know her size. She has not really been trained, so loves to jump on you. We are working on this behaviour at the moment. She seems willing to learn, and is picking up commands quickly. I suspect she will require a firm hand with any new owner. UPDATE: She is now not jumping so much. She is learning to drop and roll over. She loves her treats! But takes them gently, no snatching at all. She waits patiently when her food is down to be told she can eat.

Mara is one of the sweetest-natured dogs I have met. So eager and willing to please, and just wants to be loved. She wants you to be her boss and tell her what is expected of her, and will require a firm hand until she learns her place.

Mara was adopted on 06 January 2018 after 2 months in foster care

Daisy

Daisy

Kelpie x German Shepherd x - female

Daisy is a beautiful girl who is an absolute joy

She gets on well with the four other dogs she is currently living with and settled in very quickly to her new home.

Daisy is well trained and walks extremely well on the lead.

She loves going for walks and needs at least a half an hour walk a day

German Shepherd temperament is described as "devoted and faithful. Aloof and suspicious toward strangers, protective of its home and family. They can be domineering and aggressive towards other dogs."

In the case of Daisy I have noticed she is a very devoted dog and can, on occasion, be domineering in relation to the other dogs. Given this, an experienced dog owner who is naturally assertive would be best for Daisy.

Daisy is a lovely dog and has a fantastic nature. She is a delight to have around the house and any dog savy home will be lucky to have her.

Sponsorship: Silly Daisy decided jumping off her carers balcony and into a fence was a good idea. She injured her belly but will thankfully make a full recovery. Her vet fees however have come to $985. If you can assist with sponsoring some of these additional costs that would be wonderful.

Daisy was adopted on 02 January 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Moana

Moana

Masstiff X - female

Moana is full of character and personality. She has had a hard life and has a lot of scaring on her back but she is the sweetest pup ever so happy to have a nice foster home and get spoilt.

Moana was adopted on 01 January 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

Henri

Henri

Jack Russel - male

I'm going to get straight to the point, this little fella is a Jack Russel through and through. Approx 60 cm length, 25 cm height, Henri is sharp, super switched on, curious and ready to go on a seconds notice. Spends his time scouring the yard and sky for anything that has a pulse, he hunts. His a very good looking boy, typically marked with blacked lined soulful eyes. He loves a cuddle and happy to just be in your company. Active and energetic, he amuses himself, so not over needy and has a switch off button too, relaxes nicely when resting. Not bad on recall, needs more training. When out leash free he stays pretty close by. Very nervous around large dogs, tends to avoid them if possible, small dogs he is good with. In care with two a the moment and all is good. Responsibly socializing Henri will help him build up his confidence to feel more comfortable and less threatened around bigger dogs.
Small and strong,very fit and a willful boy, he loves to play....... his way. Growls, mouths hands and arms, legs and feet, tumbles and dummies really well, also has great springs in his back legs. Lets just say he can be a rough player when he wants to be and as gentle as a lamb, when he wants to be, (hence Henri will not be re-homed to anyone who has small children, brave teenagers are okay lol. Play's fetch and sometimes returns the ball, sometimes it becomes a playing game. Big on border control and security, is vocal, but does not over bark and from what i can see is not a digger. Loves the car, riding in the car and hanging out the window feeling the breeze on his face a watching the world go by. Walks on the lead like a true gentleman. Henri is terrified by fireworks and loud ongoing aggressive sounds, avoiding these where possible would be best for Henri. One more thing you need to know about Henri is that he is extremely protective around his food and soft bedding, also soft toys (he may growl, and bite) care must be taken when handling such items. We have found that its is best to avoid soft beds and soft toys completely, we will provide Henri with a trampoline bed for you to take. When feeding Henri it is best to put his food down and leave him alone to eat. Only approaching him once all the food has been consumed, this will avoid any aggressiveness taking place on his part. We are looking to re home Henri to a confident individual or couple with no children. A quiet home is preferred as Henri can become anxious around lots of human activity in the house. They would need to be patient and experienced in handling dogs. Committed and prepared to give Henri the time he needs to settle in to his new environment securely and to understand his place in the pack as a foot solider. I do not let Henri sleep up on the lounge or my bed. I encourage him to sleep on his bed when in the house. I tend to get down onto the floor to cuddle him and play with him. It helps him to understand who the boss is.
Henri is fully house trained, sleeps in at night and is walked daily. Sadly Henri has been moved from home to home in the last 4 months which has been very unsettling for him. We really are looking for the perfect person who feels they can fit in with Henri's character and personality to give him a forever, loving secure home.
Henri is in care in Padstow NSW. Please contact Traudy 0415539984. DCH Foster Carer.

Henri was adopted on 01 January 2018 after 3 weeks in foster care

coco

coco

mastiff X - female

This pup is the most sweet loving girl. She will be your best friend. She needs training but as does any puppy but she is so good with my 3 year old she will make an awesome family dog :)

coco was adopted on 23 December 2017 after 2 weeks in foster care

Kin

Kin

Border Collie - male

Kin is a beautiful blonde border collie boy. He is very loyal and sweet but suffers from little to no training and separation anxiety which makes him a handful. He is very intelligent and does not like sharing with other dogs but is good around people and cats. The foster home he is in at the moment has another border collie and he seems to be doing ok with him but doesn't like smaller dogs. He will need a lot of training and love in the future. Please adopt little Kin!

Kin was adopted on 22 December 2017 after 1 month in foster care

Daisy

Daisy

Labradore x Schnauzer - female

She is extremely affectionate. She is always by your side and loves pats. She is addicted to the ball and loves going to the park. She is adorable and has been our baby for 7 years but when we had a baby in January she became extremely jealous and struggles when she doesn't get the attention that she is use to.

Breed: Labradore x schnauzer
Desexed: Yes
Vaccinated. Just re-vaccinated. Next due October 2018
No known/disclosed medical issues

Behavioural Issues: Pulls when on lead

Good with Kids? As far as the current owner knows, yes but She is just very jealous of their new baby.

OK with other dogs? Mostly. Barks at other dogs when on lead.

House Trained: Yes

Where was the animal originally obtained: From Breeder. The current owner got her at 6 weeks.

Attached are two photos. One is before she had her summer haircut to show how she looks without a haircut. The second is the day she had her shave.

**This is a private rehoming**