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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Indigo

Indigo

Shephard x - female

Indigo: Full of charm and puppy love, this young girl will grow into a medium sized fluffy girl that will need to be regularly exercised, groomed and cared for. She will be available to go to her new home from the 24th August.

Indigo was adopted on 29 September 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Olive

Olive

Shephard x - female

Olive is a lovely puppy with a confident but quiet nature. While not shy or submissive she isn't pushy or boisterous either and doesn't jump up or play rough with children or adults. She has the typical big one up one down German Shepherd puppy ears but will probably only grow to be around the size of a Border Collie. Judging by her excellent behaviour around children and cats I doubt she will be a ridiculously active dog but is a smart little girl who will need plenty of company, moderate exercise and would really enjoy obedience school.

Olive was adopted on 29 September 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Ella

Ella

Golden Labrador - female

Special Needs Dog

Ella is free to good home as she has been diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia. She is currently doing well and not in any immediate pain during her normal day activities. She will need treatment for her hips in the future via injections to help her deal with the pain as her hips deteriorate. She is currently happily living with 5 other dogs and enjoys playing with the ball and going for walks. She is such a beautiful girl that would be great with kids and a family that already had another doggie friend for her to be with. Ella would make a great addition to any family that was willing to give her the love and treatment to see out however many years of happiness she has left.

Ella was adopted on 28 September 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Sage

Sage

small-medium cross breeds - female

Sage... The runt of the litter when she was left at the pound with her 6 siblings.. What this little girl lacks in size she makes up for in personality.. She is a cluey little one, who is quite deceptive in her looks.. She may not appear to be a cattle dog at first glance but early play with her brother proved she is a true heeler when she would steer him around the yard by his back leg... She has a sweet nature and since her brother Basil has recently found a home, she has adapted quickly to sharing the yard with our 3 resident cattle dogs... She would suit most homes well and is a well behaved girl when she comes inside.. She hasn't started much training yet but knows her name and will respond to 2 important commands she has learnt from the big dogs.. 'come' and 'outside'. And she is starting to learn how to walk with a lead on.. Which can be something all very new and daunting to puppies... With a hint of adventure.. And a cheeky glint in her eye... She is happy to be around other dogs or play quietly alone in the yard making her own fun... She is also learning and responding well to 'no' when she tries to chase our 2 cats around the house, and at the age she is and having exposure to cats now would be able to go to a home where there is a dog friendly cat... She is eager to return her human's love and kindness as she grows.. But also happy to just spend time around her humans without the need for pats and cuddles. The family she chooses to spend her life with will not be disappointed with this sweet girl.

Sage was adopted on 28 September 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Izzy

Izzy

Cattle x Beagle - male

Izzy is a sweet faced Cattle x Beagle... Along with his brother and sisters we affectionately call them 'The Beatles'.. His mother was a pure Beagle, Daddy was obviously a Cattle Dog.. He was taken into care with his brother Chumley and sisters Sasha and Blossom and is now being cared for in a foster home, with his sister Sasha. Izzy is a smoochy boy who is more than happy to snuggle up to your neck for cuddles or play in the yard with the other fosters and our 3 resident cattle dogs. He is a strong little pup who shows the grit and determination of both the cattle and beagle when he wants something.. Izzy and his sister Sasha look like Beagles whose mum has bought them Cattle Dog costumes!!! More information on Izzy will be added as we get to know him more.

Izzy was adopted on 25 September 2007 after 1 week in foster care

Teal, Lavender and Olive

Teal, Lavender and Olive

Shephard x - female

Teal, Lavender and Olive was adopted on 25 September 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Chumley

Chumley

Cattle x Beagle - male

Chumley has only come in to foster care with his sister recently. So far he's a bit timid but just so adorable. He's got a sheepishly waggy tail and sidles up to you so sweetly. He's very soft and in great condition, he's a real little smoochy boy. Chumley likes other dogs and is good with children.

Chumley was adopted on 23 September 2007 after 5 days in foster care

Blossom

Blossom

Cattle x Beagle - female

Blossom is a sweet soft natured little girl. She's a little bit shy like her brother but desn't take long to warm up. She loves being patted and resting on your lap. She is currently learning to fetch the ball. Blossom likes other dogs and is good with the children.

Blossom was adopted on 23 September 2007 after 5 days in foster care

Rufus

Rufus

Kelpie x - male

Not only is Rufus a handsome boy he is also a very easygoing dog. He gets on well with the other 4 dogs in the house and is very people friendly. Being part Kelpie Rufus will grow to medium size and will need exercising every day. He is a happy playful little pup who is quick to learn and eager to please.

Rufus was adopted on 23 September 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Tom

Tom

Papillion x - male

Tom is delightful, placid and fun to have around. He is house trained, and has learnt to sit upon command, chew on a bone, come back to us when we whistle and play chasey with our other two dogs. He is currently learning to walk on a lead and he has almost accomplished this! I should have said he is smart too! Tom has a very outgoing personality, and loves his daily run at the park and mixing with other dogs and people. He is just too good to be true really!

Tom was adopted on 19 September 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care