Rehomed Dogs

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

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Cocker Spaniel - female

Lady came into care with DCH after she and her friend Frankie had been totally neglected by their owners for over a year. Lady has had to have a full shave and will need an understanding family to take her own and make her apart of the family and teach her the things she needs to know.

Lady has been left outside her whole life, shes not experinced what its like to be an indoor and very loved dog. Please only enquire about lady if you think you can give her the home she deserves.

Lady will be ready for her Forever Home from the 15th of June.

Located in the Windsor area.

Lady was adopted on 14 June 2019 after 4 days in foster care



British Bulldog - male

Bruno is getting ready for his new home and will be available in the coming few weeks. He is 4 years old and such a gorgeous friendly, happy little guy.

Bruno is good with children, cats and other dogs. He is a very sweet and easy dog to have around and its going to be a sad day when his foster carer has to say goodbye as hes been such a joy.

Bruno will require ongoing medication for the rest of his life and we are looking for a family who understand this and can manage his ongoing treatment.

If you are intetested in giving Bruno a home please contact his foster carer Jenny on

Please be aware we are volunteers and it can take a couple of days to get back to you. Bruno can only go to one home so please understand we will be taking our time and care to make sure its the right and suitable home for him

Located in Windsor NSW

Bruno was adopted on 12 June 2019 after 2 days in foster care



Spoodle - female

Meet delightful Lola, a friendly ball of energy and lots of fun. Lola was surrendered into DCH care on 19 May 2019, due to her owner having to move to a Nursing Home. Thankfully she is now in care and is looking for a furever home.

Lola is currently learning how to use a doggie door and looks to be afraid of stairs. On car rides, Lola cries in anticipation that she will probably be going to a doggie park or doggie beach. Lola is friendly toward other dogs, but tends to want to chase cars when crossing the road.

Lola was put on a special Veterinary Diet (Royal Canin) to prevent crystals forming in her urine. It was also thought that Lola had a heart condition, however a very recent MRI performed by the Specialist team at SASH has dismissed this line of thought. The report is available to any serious potential owner.

Lola would thrive in a household dedicated to giving her time and love. Once comfortable with you, she will lay quietly beside your feet. Background music or noises has helped calmed her anxiety. Lola is okay on her own and was tested for the first time in her current household as she was left alone for about 3 hours. She cried as the carer left and was at the door and greeted the owner when she came home.

Originally trained but behaviour has lapsed due to condition of the previous owner. Lola is house trained and will go to the toilet outside.

Lola comes desexed and her vaccinations are up to date.

If you're in a position to want to meet and greet Lola, she's available now. E-mail enquiries are welcome from her foster carer details of which can be obtained below.

Lola was adopted on 06 June 2019 after 2 weeks in foster care



Beagle/Beaglier - male

Meet delightful Scooby; an 8 year old Beagle/Beaglier who is a ball of energy. With good looks and sweet gentle nature, the first suitable prospective owner will fall in love with him straight away.

Scooby previously was owned by a lovely lady who found herself having to care for her father and because she worked a full time job, had less time to give Scooby so unselfishly surrendered him into DCH care. He travelled for 2 hours to get to me and when I approached the car his tail was wagging..

Scooby is a delightful youthful boy weighing in at around 20 kilos. He has a beautiful coat and is used to spending his days outside. It is clear he just loves human company and gets along with 2 older dogs in his current foster home. He loves laying on the tiled floor to keep his tummy cool and also loves his tummy tickled and legs massaged.

On walks, Scooby walks well on the lead, does not pull excessively and approaches other dogs and says hi and also loves dog parks. There's not
a nasty bone in Scooby's body. Scooby is also vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and desexed, as part of the adoption fee.

Scooby met with a family on 30/03/19 who have decided to adopt him after his recovery.
UPDATE ON SCOOBY: The day after Scooby was delivered the carer noticed he was not walking properly on his hind left leg. The vet has determined it is a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury which will require surgery scheduled for 3rd April. Considering this, if anyone can contribute to his Operation and associated costs, donations over $2 are tax deductable. Thank you in advance

Scooby was adopted on 30 May 2019 after 2 months in foster care



Dachshund x Beagle mix - male

Introducing Nacho. A short little fella with funny-looking feet, big bright eyes and a heart full of love!

Nacho is a 2 year old Dachshund cross Beagle Bitsa....Bits of this breed, and bits of that.

He is a lovely dog who has recently come into care as a skinny boy from a country pound after his previous owners weren't able to pick him up. It seems that Nacho was never taught what a ball was, or what a cat was, or how to socialise politely with other dogs.
He seems clever and is very responsive to training, and is rapidly acclimatizing to the cats at his foster home. Here is a video of him on day 4 of being introduced to the foster cats at home:

  • He walks really well on the lead, and thoroughly enjoys his daily walks with his foster carer. He seems to have decent recall, and is already starting to learn his name.
    At the dog park, Nacho sometimes gets excited and wants to join in on the fun with other dogs, but he hasn't been taught how to introduce himself to other dogs politely, and the best way to interact. So we are working on his socialisation skills.

    Adventures at dog park on day 4 of being in care - Part 1:

  • Day 4 - Part 2:

  • Nacho is very gentle when accepting treats from your hand, and absolutely LOVES couch snuggles. He will happily snooze by your feet on the bed overnight, however at his foster home we are teaching him to sleep on his dogbed on the floor. He has an easy-care coat, and an inquisitive and eager personality. He is also toilet-trained, and requires a home where he is allowed to be inside and part of the family.

    Since coming into care, Nacho has been vet checked, desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, de-flead and wormed. He's put on a healthy amount of weight since being with us, and is settling in well to home life, while he waits for his forever home.

    Currently located in Randwick, NSW

    Nacho was adopted on 26 April 2019 after 1 month in foster care



    kelpie cross - male

    Khan is a beautiful young man, who has recently been rescued from a regional pound. He is 10 months old, and is still growing into his big paws. He is such a people pleaser, and responds to everything his new carer asks of him. He gets along well with the 4 dogs he is living with, which is both dogs smaller and larger than he is.
    Khan will be vaccinated and desexed in the coming week, and then he will be ready for adoption. Please call Rod his carer to organise to meet him!

    Khan was adopted on 14 April 2019 after 1 month in foster care



    Bull mastiff X - female

    This 8-10 month old gorgeous girl is Pepper. She has recently been rescued from a regional pound and has blown her carer away with how gentle, accepting and loving she is. On her first day in Sydney, Pepper went to work with her carer and was so calm and obedient, that she hardly needed a lead to stay with him. She is currently living with 5 other dogs, and has been just as calm with all of them, as well as a couple of cats around the home too!
    Whilst she is going to be a tall girl, Pepper is not as muscly as the classic Bull Mastiff and so we think she may even be crossed with a Greyhound - this may explain why she is so extra placid!!
    She does not pull on the lead even though she is new to being on one, and whilst was a little confused about it at first, made sure to not pull her foster carer too much whilst she was working it out! Pepper is microchipped, and she will be receiving her first vaccination on Friday. She will also be desexed within the next coming weeks.
    Don't look past this gentle girl, she will be the perfect addition to any family and any household. Please call Rod, her carer, on the number below to organise a meet and cuddle with this darling.

    Pepper was adopted on 12 April 2019 after 1 weeks in foster care



    Kelpie cross Staffy - female

    Stella is a lovely young red Staffy x Kelpie who has recently been rescued from a country pound. She is currently a little timid, especially around new men, but once she gets to know you her beautiful nature comes out. At 8 months old she is still quite young and would benefit from obedience training and patience from her new family to help her develop and feel comfortable in her own nature. She is currently in care with a larger and older dog, and interacts with him very well. Whilst she is getting used to the lead, primarily because her surroundings intimidate her, she is very well behaved in the car when travelling. She has recently been taken in the car for a swim in the river with her new family, and absolutely loved the water. Stella is unlikely to grow in size but she is quite skinny at the moment, and so will fill out. She currently weighs around 15kg, but is likely to be closer to 20kg when she is back to her healthy state.
    Currently she is being kept inside and outside, sleeping inside at night, which has been really beneficial for her with getting used to her surroundings. It would be great if she could go to a home where she could continue to sleep inside.
    Stella has had her first vaccinations and is booked into be desexed in the next few weeks, so she will be able to go to her new home after all this has happened. However, she would love to meet her potential new family! Get in touch to learn a bit more about her!

    Stella was adopted on 12 April 2019 after 1 month in foster care



    Bull Arab x Dalmation - female

    Ivy (previously Delilah), is a beautiful Bull Arab x Dalmation, originally from Rural NSW. She is a lovely, brindle coloured girl, looking for a Forever home where she can be active, safe and loved.

    Ivy has had formal obedience training (Bark Busters), from her previous owner, and she is very attentive. As Ivy is a large breed dog, she has great stamina and needs plenty of exercise so she doesn't get bored.

    She also plays well with other dogs but due to her size and excitement is probably best not with cats. Ivy does have a love of water and shell pools, but she adores humans!

    Ivy is also vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and desexed, as part of the adoption fee.

    If you are looking for a sweet, friendly dog who loves people...come and meet Ivy! If you are worried about Ivy getting on with a current dog you own, you are very welcome to bring it along for a meet and greet!

    Ivy was adopted on 28 February 2019 after 1 month in foster care



    ShihTzu X Chihuahua - female

    Smartie has been surrendered into care to find her a new loving home with plenty of time and energy to give her the attention she needs.

    She is very playful and talkative. She's very smart and a quick learner.

    She is looking for a quiet home with no loud noises. She would like to be an indoor dog with access to an enclosed yard.

    She needs someone with time and patience to earn her trust.
    New people can be a bit scary for her to begin with but will come around once she trusts you.

    She is best in a home without young kids and caution needs to be taken around new people as she can be protective.

    She does not like cats and will growl at them. She needs to be rehomed to a cat free home.

    She is approx 2-3 years old. DOB is not available but we believe she was desexed at 6 months of age which makes her just over 2 years old.

    She was desexed in May 2017.

    She has been vaccinated, heart worm tested, flea treated and wormed.

    Vet Check - She has grade 3 floating/luxating Patella's. No corrective action needed at this time. Test results from blood test show Negative for Heart Worm. No other health issues were noted. Will need a booster vaccine in February.

    12/1/19 - Smartie has had lots of inquiries and expressions of interest. Smartie is on Hold and it appears we have a home for her.

    Smartie was adopted on 14 January 2019 after 1 weeks in foster care