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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Tilt, Tacker, Freckles, Pierce

Tilt, Tacker, Freckles, Pierce

Cavalier x Cattle - male

Tilt, Tacker, Freckles, Pierce was adopted on 03 August 2009 after 1 weeks in foster care

Scooby

Scooby

Dogue de Bordeaux x - male

Scooby is one very lucky boy he was rescued at the very last minute before being put to sleep. The pound staff all loved him and gave him a great reference. Poor Scoobs wasn't fed very often in his previous home so he needed a few weeks to fatten up and get back into condition.

Scooby isn't a giant dog but he is quite solid and should be around Labrador size or a touch smaller. He is currently learning basic obedience and he is responding very well. He walks resonably on a lead despite this and is great with other dogs. Scoobs doesn't have a bad bone in his body he's a bit clumsy sometimes but very sweet :)

Scooby was adopted on 03 August 2009 after 2 months in foster care

Beth

Beth

Terrier x - female

Beth is a sweet little girl, that loves to have all your attention. While she is your typical lapdog who loves to cuddle up. She also loves running around the backyard with the other dog or attempting to chase the ball although it is a little too big for her to bring it back to you at this point. Beth is bouncy energetic little pup with a cute spring in her step that reminds me of a kangaroo or a bunny :-D Beth is available for adoption after the 7th of August

Beth was adopted on 01 August 2009 after 6 days in foster care

Aimee

Aimee

Terrier x - female

Named by the lucky winner of our Christmas in July auction

Jim Adams

Aimee is very sweet cute girl, who is learning to get along with cats and other dogs. She is very good with children and is my daughters constaint companion. Aimee is also leaning basic commands such as sit and stay and walks well on on a leash.

Aimee was adopted on 01 August 2009 after 2 weeks in foster care

Louis

Louis

German Shepherd x - male

Louis is a very sweet quiet boy who loves children, other dogs and is unphased by cat. He is starting to learn basic obedience training, which won't take long as he is very food motivated.

Louis was adopted on 01 August 2009 after 4 weeks in foster care

Pablo

Pablo

Terrier x - male

Pablo is some sort of terrier x but he is quite big weighing 14kg that doesn't stop him from thinking he is a lap dog! He is a very friendly and happy boy he gets on great with other dogs doesn't seem to be bothered by cats and he loves human companionship especially when he is getting his tubby rubbed!! Pablo can get a bit scared if you raise your voice or your arms, but he is slowly learning that no one is going to hurt him, so he would better suited to a quieter household. He would be fantatsic with older children, as he has a bad habit of jumping so he might knock little ones over. He walks great on the lead loves walk time, sits and stays really well, now all he needs is a family of his own to love. Pablo is being cared for in the Windsor, NSW area.

Pablo was adopted on 31 July 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Von

Von

Belgian Shephard Malinois - male

Von is a lovely sweet gentle boy, who has spent the last 3 years in a convent where he was given little to no attention at all. Von is a soft natured, insecure boy who grew up quite dependant on his mother who he lived with up until a year or so ago. He can be frightened by loud noices and busy situations such as planes and traffic but as he settles into a routine he is more relaxed. Von doesn't seem bothered by cats but he would prefer a home with no other pets so he can have your undivided attention. Von is suitable for an experienced dog home where he can be given time to build trust with his new owners and to continue his socialisation and a home where he can be inside with his new owners.

Von was adopted on 31 July 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Grover

Grover

American Bulldog x - male

Grover is a gorgeous boy. Very gentle and kind and loves to be cuddled. Grover however is deaf. We believe had he has some close range hearing, but that is about all. From what we can assess with him he hasn't had a lot to do with other dogs and is only just learning how to play like a puppy.

The biggest concern we have with Grover was him coming into a new environment. He was quite scared Of my yard and other dogs and it took a couple of days for him to settle in. Once he new he was safe then he was ok. He is living with 4 other dogs and is plodding along nicely.

Grover was adopted on 31 July 2009 after 2 months in foster care

Snoopy

Snoopy

Cattle x Staffy - male

Snoopy is a medium sized, active dog who is easy to exercise as he loves to play fetch. He is ball obsessed so would be great for fly ball or agility. Snoopy walks very well on a halti, sits for his food, doesn't jump up and would be fine with older children. He would love to be re-homed with another doggie friend for company although they would need to be able to put up with his sometimes boisterous behaviour. Snoopy is currently living with 2 large desexed males and would ideally be suited to a home with a larger dog for company. Snoopy has a short, low maintenance coat and is the size of a kelpie. He would make a great, active addition to the right home.

Snoopy was adopted on 31 July 2009

Lola and Jasper

Lola and Jasper

medium size x breed - mixed

These two little darling were sadly dumped, under weight and in poor condition. Since being in foster care they have improves greatly and soon with be ready for forever homes of there own. We arn't exactly sure what breed they are maybe Kelpie x?, but we do know they are super cute!! They are currently doing puppy pre school so they are very well socialized with other dogs, people and also cats. They are currently learning to sit, stay, drop, walk on lead and house training which they are picking it up very quickly. Jasper and Lola would make very loyal companions and be a great asset to any family together or separately. They will be available to go to their new homes on the 25th of July, but viewings and enquiries are more than welcome. They are being cared for in the WIndsor, NSW area.

Lola and Jasper was adopted on 29 July 2009 after 1 month in foster care