Rehomed Dogs

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

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Keelie

Keelie

Collie Rough - female

Keelie is a very energetic Collie Rough so she needs to go to a home with another very active dog to play with as she would be totally miserable in a yard on her own. She needs to be an inside dog when you are home and she is housetrained. She sits quietly until you move and then she must follow you to find out what you are doing. She is very playful and runs around all day with a ball in her mouth to drop at your feet and if you dont pick it up and move away, she picks it up to follow you and drops it at your feet again and when you throw the ball she has this high pitched squeal of excitement that you are playing ball with her and she bring the ball back for more fun time. Keelie is great with other dogs and just loves kids so a busy house with energetic kids would suit her down to the ground. She may suit agility or flyball as she is so fast and has loads of energy to burn. She is excellent on recall as she just wants to be with you. A property inspection is required before she can be adopted.

She is in care at Glenhaven.

Keelie was adopted on 30 August 2011 after 2 weeks in foster care

Charlie

Charlie

Medium x Breed - male

Charlie is a lovely natured boy, approx 8 months old now, he is well socialised with dogs, adults and children. He craves pats and cuddles, following at your heals around the house and garden. He would benefit from on going training, but knows how to sit. He loves his food and doesn't mind a game of ball providing you understand when he brings it back a couple of times you don't throw it away again..! (You wouldn't be that silly right?) I have trained him to loose lead walk and he is well behaved in the car, he is very eager to please, though being young doesn't yet understand my other fosters are entitled to get some love from me as well as him. Not sure of his breed mix but probably now full grown height which is under my knee, he is smooth coated. He's got a funny little face, with one ear up and one flopped over and I'd recommend that the insides of his ears and the tip of his nose be protected from the sun in hotter seasons with sun screen to prevent any damage. He is active with the other fosters when they feel like interacting otherwise he is happy to laze the day away with a friend. He needs to be inside/outside and hopefully find an active family that will include him in all their daily life. He is able to be left on his own during the daytime but not for extended periods as he is such a friendly chap he really likes to have more regular company. If Charlie sounds like he'd be right for your family call Karen on 0403 952 900 to arrange to view. He is currently being cared for in Glenhaven.

Charlie was adopted on 30 August 2011 after 2 weeks in foster care

Hector

Hector

Golden Labrador - male

Hector is a lovely gentle boy who gets along with other dogs and children (not sure on cats yet

but working on it). He's playful needs some minor training walking on his lead

he is very strong and sometimes pulls when distracted. Loves to get his feet wet and will love a swim in Summer!! He has a beautiful, light blonde coat and he is a tall boy! He deserves a loving, forever home so please come and meet him and you will have a loyal companion for life!

Hector was adopted on 30 August 2011 after 4 weeks in foster care

Jack

Jack

Shep x - male

Jack is a very sweet little boy. He is very much a clown with a cheeky nature. Jack loves to explore the backyard and play with his foster sister Jill and our two dogs. Jack is well on his way to being toilet trained and will cry to let you know he needs to be let out. Jack knows his name and will come to you when you call him. He is also learning the command sit but have not quite mastered stay and sleeps in his crate without much complaint.

Jack was adopted on 29 August 2011 after 2 months in foster care

Benny

Benny

Shep x - male

Benny is a cute little puppy who is active, clever, independent, enjoys playing on his rug inside but is also happy sleeping in his kennel outside with his foster sister Ruby. Benny has a lovely brindle coat, is very curious and loves to hide under our coffee table and chew his bone. Benny is starting to learn his name and and basic commands while his house training is coming along very nicely. He is excellent with our two other dogs and with kids so he would be an ideal family dog.

Benny was adopted on 27 August 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Hershey

Hershey

Shepherd x Wolfhound - male

Hershey is a beautiful natured boy that is outgoing and very cute! He is good with kids and with other dogs. He has met cats here and isn't worried about them at all. Hershey will be a large dog when fully grown so will need daily walks.

Hershey was adopted on 25 August 2011 after 4 days in foster care

Willow

Willow

Shep x - female

Willow is the baby of the three, she is more then happy to be carried around like a baby in your arms and will cry when put down. She is also the quieter of the pups, but will definitely tell her siblings off if play time becomes too rough. Willow has been brought up around young children and has never jump up on them, she is also living with older dogs which she gets along well with. Willow will be a large to medium size dog when fully grown.

Willow was adopted on 25 August 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Tully

Tully

Shep x - male

Tully is a little chunka and is the leader of his sisters, he is the one who shows the girls the good places to play. He also loves his cuddles and will also follow me around the backyard while I'm gardening. Tully has been brought up around young children and has never jump up on them, he is also living with older dogs which he gets along well with. Tully will be a large be a large size dog when fully grown.

Tully was adopted on 22 August 2011 after 1 month in foster care

Lego

Lego

Kelpie - male

Lego is such a gorgeous dog, a real gentleman

an old soul, very level headed for a puppy. He loves other dogs and plays all day long with his doggy friends and his toys. He is very appropriate when meeting new dogs and would suit most other dogs as a mate. Lego is very good with chickens and cats and is learning to behave with sheep and goats. Lego is very timid until he knows he can trust you. In our case it has only taken 48 hours. He is the kind of dog who will bond very tightly to his owner. Lego will need plenty of stimulation and involvement with his family, he would love another dog to play with or someone at home a fair bit. Lego will need to be housed very securely until he has bonded with his new family. In just the past 48 hours since his arrival he has really grown in confidence with us and is already proving to be a good watch dog. Lego is allowed indoors and has been sleeping indoors all night with no accidents. Lego would love a family who can show him how great the world can beand put some effort in to exposing him to many different situations. He will need someone who understands how intelligent Kelpies are and that they need stimulation in order to be a well behaved canine citizen. Lego is wonderful with children and is currently living with a 6 year old who lies all over him and is handling him in all sorts of ways. He will leave care very well adjusted with kids

hence his name as he sticks to his 6 year old human like 'lego'. Lego has had no basic training but hopefully this will change while in care. As Lego has only been in care a short while please feel free to contact us for further and updated information.

Lego was adopted on 21 August 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Truman

Truman

Amercian Cocker Spaniel - male

This boy is a lovely dog, with the usual spaniel traits. He loves to be with people so can get anxious when left alone too long. A family where someone is home most days will be best. He loves kids and food. Spaniels are well known for ear infections due to the shape of their ears and Truman is no exception. He has had past infections so to avoid future ones attention will need to be paid to keeping them clean and dry. He enjoys a good walk and can pull slightly but settles quickly once he knows he's out for a fun time. He travels well in the car and is very good at the vets. He is easy to clip, clean and take care of. He deserves a family who will make him an integral part of their life, preferably with kids to give him lots of love and cuddles. He eats anything and everything given the chance and he would be easy to train to your own habits. He knows to sit, stay and go to bed. He needs to be an inside dog but will cope with some time outside during the daytime. If you feel you can offer Truman a loving home then contact is to be made by phone to 0403 952 900 I need to talk to prospective adoptive parents so phone contact will be given priority.

NOT Avaliable for Interstate Adoption.

Truman was adopted on 18 August 2011 after 1 month in foster care