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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Diesel

Diesel

Cross breed - male

Diesel is a very clever pup and would suit an active family who would spend alot of time with him to utilise his brain.

We are unsure as to what breed he is,but would assume that he will grow to be medium size dog. POSSIBLY Kelpie cattle terrier shep,plus various other breeds.

Diesel is currently living with with other dogs and with children and is very patient and gentle.

NOTE Only an experience dog owner will suit Diesel as his intelligence will need to be utilised. Please do not inquire if this will be your first dog.

Diesel was adopted on 21 August 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Sunny

Sunny

West Highland Terrier x - male

Sunny is a beautiful boy with a great attitude towards life. He is a very happy dog who is always wagging his tail and looking for attention. He is quite happy following you around the house all day. Sunny is very obident and loves going to walks, but he wouldn't required to much exercise as he is a small dog. He gets on with other dogs but he will take a few days to get used to them. Sunny is being cared for in the Windsor, NSW area.

Sunny was adopted on 21 August 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Wilson

Wilson

Cross Breed (small) - male

Wilson is a lovely little boy with a beautiful nature. He is a tad soft and needs time to come out of his shell in a new home. He's now happy to be on lead and is getting used to getting out and about and meeting new people and other dogs. He is good with other dogs.

Wilson was adopted on 21 August 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Mini

Mini

Terrier x - female

Mini sadly ended up at the pound heavily pregnant, since being in cared she has given birth to two beautiful little puppies who are now old enough to find there new homes so now its Mini's turn to find a very special home of her own. Mini is in every sense of the word a lap dog, she wants nothing more than to snuggle up to anyone, and be where ever you are. She is a very affectionate little girl with alot of love to give. Mini would be best suited to a quiter inddor household she would ideally love to be the only dog but she does get on well with other dogs and cats. Mini is beinged cared for in the Windsor area, NSW

Mini was adopted on 21 August 2009 after 4 weeks in foster care

Max

Max

Beagle x Cattle - male

Max is the perfect family dog. He loves to greet every guest, he is super friendly. Max is good on the lead although he is your typical hound and just have to get his nose in everything. He likes to play so he will need regular exercise or kids to play with, he will be a great companion with further training. Max would also suit a home with other dogs.

Max was adopted on 16 August 2009 after 6 days in foster care

Charlie

Charlie

Cavalier x Cattle - male

Named by the lucky winner of our Christmas in July auction

Amy Cooper

Charlie was adopted on 10 August 2009 after 2 weeks in foster care

Lucky

Lucky

Siberian Husky - male

Lucky is a suprisingly gentle young man who is good with cats and loves other dogs of all sizes. He sits, waits and even fetches the ball and is very calm natured. Lucky has sadly been left tied to a chain for most of his life and he's now enjoying the good life and freedom in his carers yard. Siberian Huskies are not suitable dogs for first time dog owners and even though Lucky is breaking the stereotype with his lovely calm nature, care must always be taken with smaller animals and should not be allowed off lead. Lucky will be ready to go to his new home shortly.

Lucky was adopted on 10 August 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Dennis

Dennis

Rotti x Shep - male

Dennis is a beautiful dog who already knows how to sit, stay, drop and come when he is called. He is still a little rough walking on the lead and will need a bit more training with this as he gets older. Dennis is completely comfortable with all people and everyone who meets him falls in love with him. Dennis is going to be a big boy when fully grown.

Dennis was adopted on 09 August 2009 after 6 days in foster care

Roxy

Roxy

Chihuahua x - female

Roxy is very sweet and lovely girl. She loves nothing more than to curl up on your lap and sleep on your bed.....She loves comfort. We think she is crossed Tibetan Spaniel but she is quite small. Roxy will need a new home with colour bond type fencing as she can quite easily climb over fences anything that she can get her feet into and she is over. She would be ideally be suited to an indoor home with someone who is home alot to keep her company and only going outside for toilet breaks, she is toilet trained and will hold all day until she is able to go outside. She gets on well with other dogs would prefer to be the only dog...to be spoilt! She tends to bark at cats although after a while she will so give up and tolerate them. Roxy is being cared for in the WIndsor NSW area.

Roxy was adopted on 07 August 2009 after 2 weeks in foster care

Tammy

Tammy

Boxer - female

What a delightful dog!!! Tammy is calm, mature and super friendly. Tammy has two issues: she suffers from separation anxiety and so is not suitable as an only dog. She also has a plate in her leg from an earlier accident which causes her some soreness in cold weather. Because of this, it would be ideal if she could sleep indoors. Luckily Tammy is housetrained, gets on fantastically with other dogs, is good with cats and loves children... so she should fit easily into most households.

Tammy had a mammary lump and underwent surgery to have this removed and analysised. Thankfully it turned out to be nothing serious, but we are seeking sponsorship to help us cover the additional vet costs of this surgery.

Tammy's vet costs have come to $334. If you can help please call Megan on 9627 2767 or email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or click below

Thank you to JS Security for their donation towards Tammy's vet care. Tammy's fees have now been fully covered.

Tammy was adopted on 07 August 2009 after 2 months in foster care