Rehomed Dogs

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

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Crikey

Crikey

Whippet - male

Crikey would prefer to be an only dog and with older children but would be happy also with another dog to play with. He is great with kids as long as they don't overwhelm him and he just loves to play ball with them. He walks well on a lead and is very social.

Crikey was adopted on 02 January 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Dodge

Dodge

Chihuahua - male

Dodge is a very outgoing little boy that sadly found his way into the pound. Since being in foster care he has shown himself to be a lovely, happy and a very affectionate dog, he adores people and loves to give lots of kisses, he would make a perfect companion to any household were he can have the attention he deserves with other dogs or cats as he gets on well with both. Dodge hasn't had much training in the way of toilet training but he is learning very quickly but he can sit stay and walks great on a lead. If you think you have the perfect home for this little man don't hesitate to call he would love to meet you!!!!

Dodge was adopted on 29 December 2008 after 1 month in foster care

Chloes Pups

Chloe's Pups

Labrador x - mixed

Chloe's Pups was adopted on 22 December 2008 after 2 weeks in foster care

Timmy

Timmy

small cross breed - male

We are not sure exactly what breeds Tiny Timmy has in him, but he certainly is cute. There might be some staffy looking at his big smile, but as Timmy weighs around 10kg there must be a lot of little dog too. We think we can see a hint of Chihuahua. Timmy knows to sit for pats and also sits to have his lead put on for walks. Currently he is living outside during the day, and comes in during the evening to spend time with his humans. He loves to helped up into your lap for cuddles and pats. Timmy is good with other dogs and currently shares his home with two German Shepherds. He is house trained and travels well in the car.

Timmy was adopted on 22 December 2008 after 3 weeks in foster care

Scooby

Scooby

Labrador x - male

Scooby was sadly surrendered by his owners as they have no time for him. He is a sweet and loving boy that loves people and is fine with other dogs but as he has spent the first few months of his life as an only dog he does require some guidance when meeting new dogs for the first time. He is a lovely dog that wants nothing more than to please his owners. He does require some training but walks well on the lead and as he is a smart boy he will pick things up quickly. Scooby would be fine as an only dog as long as he had enough stimulation during the day, although ideally he would love a home with another doggie friend for company. He would be great with slightly older children as he might knock very little ones over. Snoopy is a lovely chocolate colour and is obviously a lab x, he is slightly larger than your average Labrador in height and he has a short, low maintenance coat. Scooby is a great dog that would make a great addition to the right family. Scooby is currently located in Concord NSW.

Scooby was adopted on 22 December 2008 after 2 months in foster care

Splotch

Splotch

Lab x Kelpie Sml-Med size - male

Splotch is a lovely excitable boy who is good with other dogs but would also be fine as the only dog as long as he had lots of exercise and interaction with his family. Splotch is quite an active boy and needs some ongoing training to teach him some doggie manners and how to stay still for more than a few seconds. He would love to have older kids to play with as he will knock little ones over with his enthusiasm to be greet and play with them, after all he is still a youngster and he just wants someone who will give him lots of love and attention.

Splotch was adopted on 16 December 2008 after 1 month in foster care

Milo

Milo

Pomeranian x - male

Milo is a very handsome Pom X who was surrendered into DCH care. He travels beautifully in the car and gets along well with other dogs (He can be a little dominant but settles in well with firm owners). He would love a home with another similar sized companion (He has been great with his foster sister Chloe). He is also very well behaved at the vet. His coat is easy to mantain and he's learning to walk well on the lead. Milo has come from a home with kids and is great with them. He would love a home who loves his beautiful personality as well as his great looks.

Milo was adopted on 15 December 2008 after 2 months in foster care

Randy

Randy

Sheltie x - male

Randy is a beautiful male sheltie, he adores people, other dogs and just wants to play and have a cuddle with anyone! Randy is learning to sit, stay and drop but he will need a home which is willing to further his training. He is an excitable and very playful dog so he would love some children to play with at his new home. Randy is a no fuss dog but due to his thick coat he will need some regular brushing. He is being cared for on the Windsor area. If you think you have that perfect home for this little darling please give us a call he would love to meet you!!!

Randy was adopted on 11 December 2008 after 1 month in foster care

Raffy

Raffy

Maltese x Fox Terrier - male

Raffy was rescued from the pound on his 1st birthday which was a wonderful present for himself and also for his foster carer who has described him as awesome and no trouble at all. Raffy seems to have the best traits from both the maltese and the fox terrier and will make a perfect pet. He is great with other dogs, kids, people and he even loves cats. He is good to walk on a lead and great in a car. Raffy is used to being outside during the day a bit but does like to be inside with his family. Even though he is young and still quite active, Raffy has no bad habits at all and would love to find his new home. Raffy is being cared for in the Warrawong area which is about 10 mins from Wollongong.

Raffy was adopted on 10 December 2008 after 2 months in foster care

Clancy

Clancy

Terrier x - male

Clancy would be the perfect addition for anyone looking for a second dog. He is not too big but not too small so he would suit any other sized dog as a companion. He is living with 3 other dogs at the moment, all big dogs and they all get along famously. Clancy loves other dogs but also loves his cuddles from his humans as well. He is a a very happy young dog and is getting some extra training on lead and obedience wise. Clancy is an outside dog during the day but does sleep inside at night and is now housetrained. Clancy would be good with children as long as the family is willing to continue his training. He is being cared for in the Wollongong area.

Clancy was adopted on 10 December 2008 after 2 months in foster care