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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Bronson, Libby, Jazzy, Patch

Bronson, Libby, Jazzy, Patch

Mastiff x - male

Bronson: Bronson is a lovely smoochy boy. He rests his head against you or in your hand and will fall asleep there while he is being stroked. He's a beautiful, beautiful boy! Being a Mastiff cross he will grow to be a large dog and is allready quite solid. I think he will blossom into one of those lovely gentle big dogs. He's playful with his siblings and gets along well with all kinds of dogs. His coat is very smooth and short so is low maintainance. Bronson is not too cheeky but he will be a strong dog when grown so for this reason training as a pup is a must. The best thing about Bronson aside from his adorable handsome little face is how affectionate and sweet natured he is. He leans up against you for pats and looks up at you with his big brown eyes, he's impossible to resist.

Libby: Libby is a dear sweet little girl, she is very well behaved for such a young puppy. She gives gentle kisses and will happily be cuddled on your lap for as long as you let her. She is the quietest and most submissive of her siblings. Libby is no touble at all and is a pleasure to look after, bless her little heart. Libby gets along well with all kinds of dogs. She's quite happy to sun herself on her doggy bed and have a little play with her brother in the sandpit. She's affectionate but not too bouncy or in your face, she is a gentle soul. Libby has a short smooth easy care coat and should grow to be a meduim to large sized dog. Libby is a special little girl who needs a loving person/family to call her own. Could you be who she is waiting for?

Bronson, Libby, Jazzy, Patch was adopted on 21 May 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Taz

Taz

Cross Breed - male

Taz is generally a very happy dog who seems content to spend the whole day asleep if he can find a comfy warm spot. He requires at least half hour walk a day on his lead and a home with a big back yard so he can also stretch his legs. He is not destructive, hardly barks and has never shown signs of trying to escape. He's obedient, house trained and responds well to positive reinforcement training. He is very well behaved with children, but not with cats or very small dogs. Prefers sofas to dog kennels and loves a cuddle at the end of the day whilst watching favourite TV programmes. (keep an eye on your beer though!). A very affectionate, low maintenance boy. Taz's comes with his bed, toys and blanket, his leads and food bowls.

Taz was adopted on 21 May 2007 after 2.1 years in foster care

Midnight

Midnight

Staffy x kelpie - female

These two little girls are very quiet, friendly puppies, they have settled immediately with my adult large and small dogs and have ignored the cats. I think they will grow to be medium sized dogs (below knee height) These puppies have been reared by a family with small children and are gentle around them

Midnight was adopted on 20 May 2007 after 6 days in foster care

Digger

Digger

Staffy x - male

Digger is a great little dog. He gets very excited when he see's you. Digger can fetch and is dog friendly. He loves Company and would be a great dog for any family.

Digger was adopted on 20 May 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Jacky

Jacky

Cross Breed (Jack Russell size - female

Jackie is a lovely 22-month old cross-breed terrier. She is a beautiful caramel colour and looks like a miniature dingo. She is good with children and other dogs. She needs some space in the yard and enjoys her walks. She is not a fussy eater and likes her chew toys. She is a quiet dog and does not bark unnecessarily. She loves to greet you when you return home- running around in circles and the tail a wagging. Jackie weighs about 4 kilos.

Jacky was adopted on 18 May 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Matilda

Matilda

Boxer - female

Matilda gets along great with her foster brother Ringo (as you can see above). They love wrestling around on the ground, playing tug-a -war with toys and chasing each ot her. She has been basic obedience trained ( sits, stays, shakes hands, rolls over ) She loves her food. Sleeps outside and is generally a good dog that would suit a family that is keen on having a fun loving, playful companion.

Matilda was adopted on 16 May 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Meg

Meg

German Shephard x cattle - female

Meg is a gorgeous darling girl that loves to be near you all the time although is managing as an outside dog at the moment. She knows how to sit but often is just too excited to stay still so needs ongoing training. She would suit an active family who will walk her every single day and give her love as she has alot of love to give back. She is really enjoying living with another dog so would prefer to go to another home with a doggy friend and is ok with children although she is still learning to not jump up. Meg has a beautiful personality and a medium length coat which needs to be brushed weekly. She will grow to be a medium sized dog.

Meg was adopted on 12 May 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Phoenix

Phoenix

Pomeranian - female

Phoenix is a lovely girl and a terrific lap dog. She is house trained and walks well on a lead. She sits when she is told and has a great nature. She travels well in the car well. She would be suited to a family with children as she loves the attention and will sit still for ages to get a pat or belly rub. She likes to sleep indoors rather than outside and sleeps quietly all night. Her coat is a beautiful golden brown and is soft and fluffy. Phoenix gets along really well with my other dog which is a female Golden Retriever. She has barked at the cat next door but it doesn't keep her interest for more than a few seconds. She is a beautiful dog.

Phoenix was adopted on 08 May 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Jordon

Jordon

Jack Russell x - female

Jordon is a very affectionate little puppy. She loves to be snuggled up to you or in your lap. She currently lives with children and is fantastic with them all, lapping up all the attention. Jordon gets along well with other dogs. She's well behaved inside the house and is progressing nicely with toilet training. She's so endearing with her devoted nature, she really loves her people and is absoltuley no trouble at all.

Jordon was adopted on 07 May 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Majenta

Majenta

Medium Size Staffy x Dane? - female

Poor Majenta came into rescue in a sorry state, all skin and bones and timid and shy of her new surroundings. In the last few weeks she has slowly put on weight and has quickly gained her confidence with people and other dogs. She is a lovely girl that wants nothing more than to be loved. She is quiet and not bouncy and loves to get pats. She is so sweet natured and kind. She is currently living with her foster brothers and sisters so would probably be best off in a home with another canine companion. She sits on command but would do well with on going training. She would be fine with older children but younger children might be a bit over powering. She would suit any household that was willing to give her the love that she deserves. Majenta is medium built dog the size of kelpie.

Majenta was adopted on 07 May 2007 after 1 month in foster care