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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Mork and Mindy

Mork and Mindy

Rotti x - mixed

Both pups are very sweet and playful. Mindy is more outgoing then Mork.

Mork and Mindy was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Spike

Spike

Shephard x cattle - male

very happy confident boy, loves kids, smart little chap. not sure what breed, cattle flecks on face and feet, but black mask, leggy and slender, so not going to be a chunky boy.

Spike was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Scooby

Scooby

Medium Size Cross Breed - male

Scooby is happy easy going dog. He loves to wrestle with his foster sister and Enjoys a game of fetch. He can be distracted by The other dogs antics so doesn't always bring it back. Scooby loves to curl up beside you on the lounge and is quite good Inside. Although not fully housetrained. He still likes to chew on sticks And find mischief, but overall he is a loving dog.

Scooby was adopted on 25 March 2007 after 3 months in foster care

Wilbour

Wilbour

Rotti x - male

He is a happy puppy and his best friend is my 4mth old Husky X. Wilbur loves to follow the big dogs around, but he also likes to be the centre of attention. Very loving puppy.

Wilbour was adopted on 24 March 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Mindy Moo

Mindy Moo

Chihuahua x - female

Mindy is very sweet natured snuggly girl who loves to be in your lap or sleeping close to your side. She is also happy sitting quietly at your feet. Mindy has a happy disposition just so well behaved and easy to care for. She gets along great with other dogs and doesn't harrass my older dog, they sleep together and keep each other good company. She is not dominant in any way. Mindy also lives with an infant, a toddler and 2 school aged children and is fantastic and very gentle with all of them. She's a gem of a little girl who just wants to find her very own special person to love and be loved in return.

Mindy Moo was adopted on 18 March 2007 after 3 weeks in foster care

Poco

Poco

Fox Terrier x - male

Poco (means small) is just a happy little vegemite. He loves the company of other dogs and also loves to be around people. Poco has a great time exploring in the back yard and spends hours chewing bones. Poco is only a small dog -weighing about 4 kgs

but has beautiful big eyes and a big heart. Poco is housetrained and is a perfect little housedog. He is fine to walk on a lead but needs a little more training to be allowed off lead. Poco would be a great companion for another small dog and would be best suited to an older couple or single person as he loves being a lap dog.

Poco was adopted on 18 March 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Marli

Marli

Mastiff x Kelpie? - female

she is such a sweet, cuddly little girl. She is absolutely fantastic with other dogs, large and small and with children. She does chase and bark at cats, but we are confident she can be trained not to as with her one experience with them it only took ten minutes or so to convince her the cats were fine. She travels well in the car. She is still a bit of a puppy in that she chews things up and isn't entirely house trained, but I'm sure that will pass with training and time

she is so eager to please and is proving a quick learner and has picked up the household routine very quickly. She loves to play and cuddle and is very family orientated, so a household where she can be inside when the family is home is ideal.

Marli was adopted on 18 March 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Scooby

Scooby

Kelpie x Japanese Spitz? - male

Scooby is a very gentle, active and intelligent boy. He will require daily exercise with good runs and something to stimulate his mind when left alone. He gets along well with other dogs and is submissive in nature towards them and probably would be best homed with another dog or with a new forever owner who is home a lot and wants a gorgeous boy to keep them company around the house. Scooby's favourite past time is sitting along side you and watching the world go by. He is a bit cautious at first when meeting new people, but this is probably due to so many people moving him around so much as a pup, but with a little coxing he is soon up for a game of tag and is the loyalist of dogs. Scooby would make a great agility dog and will learn things quickly. Scooby is almost pure black and has big dark brown gentle eyes that follow you everywhere waiting for his next command so he can please you. Scooby is great with children and with the right positive training would never leave your side.

Scooby was adopted on 17 March 2007 after 2 months in foster care

Phoenix

Phoenix

Golden Retriever x - male

Phoenix is a beautiful, placid, gorgeous looking boy. He is currently in foster care with 2 other large female dogs and they all get along fine. He has had some obedience training but would benefit from some ongoing training as still quite young. Phoenix is a real smoocher and loves to be inside with his family. He travels well in the car and is a well behaved dog indoors. Phoenix would make a great family pet or companion for another dog.

Phoenix was adopted on 13 March 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Taco

Taco

Chihuahua x - male

Very sweet little boy with a friendly and confident nature. Is great with cats and other dogs of all ages and sizes. He requires a home with another doggie playmate or someone home alot. He must be allowed inside and a home with children over 8 years.

Taco was adopted on 13 March 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care