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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Tessa

Tessa

Kelpie x Shep - female

Tessa is a sweetheart. She is playful and social with other dogs but call her to you and she will crawl up on her belly wagging her tail sheepishly and then will melt into your arms and snuggle in. She's the best of both worlds- active and responsive, but also very soft natured and sweet. Tessa would suit a household with or without children allthough she currently resides with 4. Being an active dog its important for her to go to an active family/onwer who will take her for walks and keep her stimulated.

Tessa was adopted on 25 November 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Jordie

Jordie

Aussie Shepherd/Border Collie - male

Jordie is an extremely affectionate puppy. He is a super sweety with a gentle loving nature He adores cuddles and would love to be carried around all day if it was possible. He has plenty of energy to chase the ball and play around. Jordie would love a home with other playmates human or animal. Jordie is best suited a home with a very shady yard due to his pink nose.

Jordie was adopted on 22 November 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Corey

Corey

Collie Rough - male

This is one beautiful boy! So gentle natured and calm.. He loves the attention and company of adults and children alike. He will lift his paw to place on your lap, and stick his nose under your arm if you stop patting him. Loves a good brush. He is well socialised with other dogs and cats, and is good on a lead. As he is an older dog, he needs to sleep indoors, and be a part of the family.

Corey was adopted on 22 November 2009 after 4 months in foster care

Tamm

Tamm

Tri coloured Collie Rough - male

Tamm came into care underweight and with a history of not being a good eater at all, certainly did not chew bones. A few days in care and Tamm 's face on one side blow up like a balloon and thinking maybe a bee sting he went straight to the vets where it was revealed that he had a terribly infected tooth and several major ulcers on the inside of his mouth. This long term infection started where the thumb is on the picture and had travelled all the way under the skin and was coming out where the 3 sores are near his nose. Tamm had to have emergency surgery to remove the pockets of ulcerated infection and also his back tooth. He is recovering well, definately got an appetite now and is making up for lost time in that regard, eats anything now, a massive bowl full very night including chicken necks.

If you can help sponsor some of Tamms additional vet costs please call Megan on 9627 2767 or email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or click below Thanks to Paul and Julia for their generous donations towards Tamms vet fees. These have now been fully covered.

Tamm was adopted on 18 November 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Simba

Simba

Rotti x Staffy - male

Simba has a lovely nature and at times can be quite shy. He loves being around people and loves cuddles and he understands when its time for a quite moment either reading or watching tv. He gets along very well with other dogs and enjoys playing with toys and riding in the car. He is not too great on a leash, but he is getting better by the day and with regular exercise will be a good dog to walk. He is very responsive to obedience and within 2 days had learnt how to sit when asked, even without a treat in hand. Simba would do great in a home with or without other pets.

Simba was adopted on 16 November 2009 after 1 weeks in foster care

Molly Moo

Molly Moo

Foxy x - female

Molly is a girl's girl who loves to sit on your lap and cuddle up, she is so gentle and gets along well with my JRT so would suit a house as an only pet or a second pet with another small dog. Needs owner/s who are willing to let her be an inside dog (she is well behaved indoors) and let her be part of the family. Molly is smart and learnt the rules very quickly. She has been no problem to foster and will make a great family pet

Molly Moo was adopted on 16 November 2009 after 1 weeks in foster care

Daisy

Daisy

Maltese - female

Daisy is a very sweet lovable girl. She's relatively tiny only weighing approx 3-3.5 kilos, making her very easy to pick up and cuddle. She can be a little shy to start with, but before long she's following you around, trying to see what your doing, or rolling over for tummy rubs. She's fine with other small dogs but we don't think she is dependant on another canine for her happiness, so a home with another small dog or without is fine. She loves humans and can get quite excited when you get home dancing round in circles. She's not a fussy eater and is a very placid sweet girl.

Daisy was adopted on 12 November 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Teddy

Teddy

Labrador - male

Teddie is a beautiful, placid and gentle boy. Having been neglected for the past year, he has piled on the weight and his coat was very dry and dull. Since he came into care, he is slowly losing the weight and his coat is glorious and shining. With a vast improvement in the quality of his food, and soft bedding, lots of TLC and trips to the dog park, Teddie has really come out of his shell. He is very friendly, loves adults and kids and follows his foster carer around continually. He shows complete disinterest in anything feline. He walks very well on lead, is perfectly housetrained and typically Labrador, loves his water. After a long walk he will come home and usually place his paws one at a time in his water bowl. He is non-destructive, having not ripped anything apart, he usually has a toy or a ball in his mouth when he greets you at the door. The only concern I have for him is that he is quite anxious when he is first left alone, regardless of how many canine companions he has with him, how many toys are left with him or how long a walk he goes on in the morning, but this is becoming under control, the new owner will need some patience in this area. This boy will only go to a home who can truly appreciate this most precious young fella.

Teddy was adopted on 12 November 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Fletcher

Fletcher

Collie Rough - male

Fletcher was adopted on 12 November 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Milo

Milo

Fawn Pug - male

Do you love curly tails that wag non stop and squashed faces that sneeze lovingly onto you? Do you appreciate snorting, snuffling and lots of kisses? Have you had experience with short snouted breeds that require special attention? Are you up for the challenge of toilet training a stubborn pug? Then Milo may be the little man for you! He is a loving, bossy little man that gets on well with other dogs when he remembers his manners and who absolutely LOVES people. He will happily follow you around the house asking for pats and then sneakily run off to pee on your cupboards. If you are willing to spend time teaching Milo how to live indoors, be toilet trained and have him as part of your family, please contact us to have a chat! Milo is a healthy, fawn coloured little man. Previous pug owners please apply!

Milo was adopted on 12 November 2009 after 2 months in foster care