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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Pippa

Pippa

Pomeranian x - female

Pippa is just adorable. She is friendly, playful and gets on with everyone and everything, including my dog and cats. She is an extremely well behaved dog who doesn't bark or yap, and when called, will come to you straight away. The thing that I find irresistible about Pippa is her affectionate nature. She is always ready for a cuddle and loves being anywhere you are.Pippa is a great ball player whether it be a ping pong ball, tennis ball or soccer ball - she'll chase them all. And if she can fit it in her mouth she'll proudly return it to you and wait for the next throw.Pippa would make a wonderful pet in any household especially if there are children because she adores their attention and energy.If you're looking for a gorgeous, loving little dog to add to your household then please come and meet Pippa. I guarantee you'll fall in love with her.

Pippa was adopted on 09 January 2011 after 2 weeks in foster care

Angus

Angus

Cattle x Border Collie - male

Angus is a gorgeous natured cattle dog x Border collie, we estimate his DOB at around 25/10/10.Angus was surrendered to us (Albion Park Vet Hospital) as a 6 weeks old puppy with a broken front leg. He was x-rayed and has been receiving treatment at the clinic since. He has been on strict cage rest with our Nurses taking turns at having him at home.We are looking to find him a loving home with a family that can provide steady exercise and mental stimulation for a working breed of dog. He has been socialised very well with other dogs, cats and children. He has loved his special home time but it's time he established himself in a place of his own.There is a possibility that Angus could develop arthritis later in life and may need pain management if he does. He is an intelligent puppy that has been easy to train including toileting. He is welcome to attend Puppy preschool at Albion Park Vets (if re-homed in the area) for no charge.

Jerry

Jerry

Maltese x - male

Jerry is a lovely boy that was just rescued by DCH from the local pound where he was dueto be euthanised. He is a happy friendly dog that gets along with other dogs and currently shareswith 2 others. He has also me a few cats while here and seems fine with them. He dosen't chase them or bark at them.I think Jerry would suit most homes and he is a happy allround doggie.

Jerry was adopted on 03 January 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Barney

Barney

Small x Breed - male

Barney is a friendly, happy and affectionate little puppy who is very people focussed and loves to please. He loves going for walks, playing ball with the kids or sleeping at your feet while you're watching TV. Barney is well behaved and obedient for a puppy and responds well to treats. He doesn't bark unless there's something to bark at and was very good when I gave him a bath. Barney gets along extremely well with both adults and children as well as my dogs. He tends to view my cats as total mysteries who he keeps well away from especially if they hiss at him. Barney is an intelligent dog, working out the cat flap only minutes after arriving at my house. He uses it to come and go as he pleases and during the night to go to the toilet. With his cute triangle ears and Charlie Chaplin feet, Barney would make an excellent pet in any household.

Barney was adopted on 31 December 2010 after 5 days in foster care

Angel

Angel

Mastiff x pup - female

After being spotted on the side of the road in a crate with a free sign attacheda concerned member of the public called DCH and we went and took the puppies.Angel is just so cute, very friendly and well socialised.Angel is currently homed with older dogs and a yound child.

Angel was adopted on 31 December 2010 after 1 weeks in foster care

Kiki

Kiki

Pomeranian x Papillon - male

Kiki was surrendered to a kill shelter by his previos owners as they didn't have time to look after him.Kiki needs a home where there are no small children as loud noise's can scare him. He is good with other dogs and currently shares with 3 others. If you can offer kiki a loving forever home please give me a call.

Kiki was adopted on 24 December 2010 after 2 weeks in foster care

Toby

Toby

Great Dane x - male

This is Toby and he's deaf, however that doesn't stop him being a normalpuppy. Although he can't hear Toby already knows some basic commands usinghand gestures and playing fetch is by far his favourite thing to do. Toby is doing really well on lead and being deaf he will be need to be on a leash whenever outside of a yard. Tobywould suit a home where he would be part of the family, as he does needsome extra attention. This boy is extremely affectionate and would love nothingmore than having cuddles all day. He is still a puppy and requires training;however he is being very well behaved and is sticking to his toys rather than chewing everything else in sight.

Toby was adopted on 24 December 2010 after 1 month in foster care

Lulu

Lulu

Amercian Bulldog - female

Lulu is a beautiful american bulldog that is just so friendly and loving.Poor lulu has had alot of litters in the past and then found herself at the pound.She loves people and gets along with the resident dog here that is smaller than her.Lulu would make a beautiful pet for most households.

Lulu can go to her new home after the 30th of November.

Lulu was adopted on 20 December 2010 after 4 weeks in foster care

Xena

Xena

Cross Breed - female

Xena was the runt of the litter and is still small in comparison to her brother Lance. She has massive brown eyes and her hair is short and smooth all over. She got her name as she may be smaller than her foster mates but can hold her own against them and does not hesitate to stand up for herself. Xena is a massive smooch, you know when she's had enough of playing with the 'big dogs' as she will come running and stand behind us. She has no problems settling down and most nights falls asleep on my lap before we put her into bed. Xena will be a medium to large size dog so will need to go to a home where she will get plenty of training and exercise and lots of attention

Xena was adopted on 19 December 2010 after 2 months in foster care

Buddy

Buddy

Cross Breed - male

Buddy is an Amazing dog. For such a young age he is very intelligent and already knows how to sit and is some what toilet trained. Buddy came into care as a 'Cross Breed' but I believe he may have Wolfhound in him as he has this adorable little beard and has grown quite quickly already. In saying that, he will be a large dog when fully grown. However don't let the thought of him being big scare you, he is so gentle and sweet natured and he is Fantastic with children. Especially my 19 month old son who absolutely adores him. My son likes to pull on his tail and drag him around (or try to) and it doesn't bother Buddy one bit. He barely bats an eyelid. Buddy gets along well with the 2 other dogs he is living with and I think he will do well either in a home with another dog or on his own. Buddy does spend most of his time outside but when he is inside, he is very calm, never goes to the toilet and just like to have lots of cuddles and attention. There is nothing bad I can say about him and his new owner/s will not be disappointed.

Buddy was adopted on 19 December 2010 after 2 months in foster care