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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Dollar

Dollar

male

Dollar was adopted on 02 April 2007 after 5 days in foster care

Josie

Josie

female

Josie was adopted on 02 April 2007 after 5 days in foster care

Echo

Echo

labrador - male

Echo is a gorgeous young boy that is your typical happy bouncy Labrador. He would make an ideal family pet as he is very well mannered and extremely affectionate. He is fine with other dogs and would be fine as an only dog given that he gets daily attention and exercise. Echo knows how to sit but is still a playful pup so would benefit from on going training.

Echo was adopted on 31 March 2007 after 3 days in foster care

Peaches

Peaches

Collie Rough x Shephard x Lab - female

Peaches is a gorgeous little pup that loves people and other dogs. She is currently the size of a medium breed puppy and we think she will grow to be a medium sized dog. She is extremely smart and already knows the sit command and is very easy to train. She would best be suited to a home with another doggie playmate and a home where she is allowed to be part of the family as she loves to be inside around people. She would be fine with children as she loves attention and getting cuddles.

Dad was a Collie Rough X Shepherd Mum was a Lab X cattle.

Peaches was adopted on 26 March 2007 after 4 weeks in foster care

Hannah

Hannah

Australian Blue Cattle Dog - female

Hannah is a petite blue heeler. This very smart lady prefers to approach unknown situations slowly but it doesn't take long to earn her trust and then you see her sweet and affectionate personality shine through. Hannah is fantastic both on and off lead. She is loyal to her people and loves to be close by and to nap at your feet. Being a bossy lady, Hannah would be suitable as an only dog or with submissive males to worship at her feet and to play with her. Although Hannah is mainly an outdoor dog at the moment, she would think it just heavenly to be given a mat to lie on inside. Hannah is looking for a loving and permanent home where she can be appreciated and allowed to shine.

Hannah was adopted on 26 March 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Squiggles

Squiggles

Terrier x cattle? - male

Squiggles is a gorgeous pup that is confident and outgoing. He is the size of a small spaniel at the moment and will probably grow to be the size of a small kelpie. He has a wirey coat that suggests that he may be crossed with a wired terrier. He has very cute face that is a little hairy. He gets along well with all his foster brothers and sisters and ideally would prefer to have a doggie friend to play with when his owners are away during the day. He loves people and would be fine with children. He is smart and easy to train and would make an ideal family pet.

Squiggles was adopted on 26 March 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Skipper

Skipper

Labrador - male

Friendly boy who is in need of a diet as he is quite overweight. He is a typical bouncy labrador.

Skipper was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 6 days in foster care

Gabby aka Maisy

Gabby aka Maisy

Cocker Spaniel x - female

Maisy is a playful affectionate puppy. She is super smart as she learns things very quickly. She is also quite gentle and sweet. Maisy is best suited to a home where she will be an only dog or to a home with an adult 'dominant' dog as she tends to try to hog all the attention if she can get away with it. She is very pretty and so soft her pictures don't do her justice. She sits at your feet when you call her to you and looks up at you with her big brown eyes. Quite often she rolls onto her back for belly rubs which she loves. Maisy would do very well at puppy school. Since in care i have started teaching her basic commands and she has proven to be VERY responsive to training and would do very well with someone who had an interest in dog obedience or any activity that required intelligence in a dog. Maisy came into foster care allready knowing how to fetch a ball and walks pretty well on lead for a pup without any formal training. She isn't overly bouncy either. Maisy should grow to be a medium sized dog.

Gabby aka Maisy was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Roxy and Deejay

Roxy and Deejay

Rotti x - mixed

Roxy and Deejay was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 3 weeks in foster care

Buddy, Junior, Daisy Mae, Ellie Mae, Sally Mae

Buddy, Junior, Daisy Mae, Ellie Mae, Sally Mae was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 4 weeks in foster care