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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Georgie

Georgie

Labrador x Shep - female

Georgie is a lovely and friendly girl. She gets along with everyone, likes to be with people and loves other dogs.She also loves the water and playing with her ball. She has had some basic training, is housetrained, walks well on the lead and can sit and stay. She would be very responsive for further training.

Georgie was adopted on 09 July 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Lucy

Lucy

Coolie x - female

She is a very soft and friendly dog, she is good with other dogs and great with kids. Lucy is exteremly clever and loves a cuddle. She hardly barks and loves her food.

Lucy was adopted on 08 July 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Sandy

Sandy

Medium x Breed - female

Sandy is an alert and energetic girl who loves playing with other dogs. She is a good watch dog and knows SIT, STAY and COME. She walks well on leash. Being on the small side of medium, she would make a good companion/house dog.

Sandy was adopted on 04 July 2009 after 2 months in foster care

Radar

Radar

Red Kelpie cross - male

Radar is a typical intelligent and energetic Kelpie. He would suit an active person who will provide plenty of exercise although he has outgrown the manic puppy stage. Radar has had basic obedience training (SIT, COME, STAY, HEEL) and LOVES fetching a ball. Radar is well socialised with other dogs and has good manners with food.

Radar was adopted on 03 July 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Brodie

Brodie

Staffy x Boxer - male

Brodie is a lovely cute little guy, very loving who loves to be near people, he get along well with other dogs, children and cats.

Brodie was adopted on 30 June 2009 after 3 weeks in foster care

Buddy

Buddy

Cocker Spaniel - male

Buddy is a typical cocker spaniel energetic, playful and loads of fun to have around. He is a bit shy when he first meets new people but after 5 minutes when he works out you are going to rub his tummy you have a friend for life. Buddy is in the process of being house trained and he is picking it up really quickly. Buddy would be best suited to an indoor lifestyle with someone who stays home a lot to keep him company if he is left alone he can be quite vocal. He can sit and walk on a lead he is learning to stay, drop and come this is taking sometime for him to pick this up due his attention span and him always wanting to play!!!...So this will need to continue at his new home.

Buddy was adopted on 26 June 2009 after 2 weeks in foster care

Roxy

Roxy

Cattle x Shep - female

Calm little lady that loves to be held and wrapped up in blankets But is easily excited by other puppies and children.

available after 11/6/09 when 8 weeks old

Roxy was adopted on 20 June 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Logan

Logan

Staffy x - male

Logan is a very sweet smart boy, he loves his cuddles but is also quite independent. He loves children and get along well with other puppies and older dogs. He is a beautiful chocolate brown in colour with a white patch on his chest.

Logan was adopted on 16 June 2009 after 2 months in foster care

Ellie

Ellie

female

Ellie is a loyal loving companion. She loves to greet you with a wagging tail and smile at you with her big brown eyes. Although still young she is very quick to learn as she now sits and waits excitedly for her dinner to be placed before her and nd being a typical labrador, her food is finished before you can blink! She loves the company of people and plays very well with the other dog at her carer's home. She is a big dog and may knock little ones over, but never intentionally! She would suit a sedentary lifestyle, perhaps an older family as Ellie has some health concerns and pants very loudly and becasue of this she would really suit a sedentary life. Ellie can be nervous in new situations and around new people (until she realises there is no threat), she therefore doesn't travel well in the car. She sleeps outside for the time being but would love to curl up on the couch for a tummy rub whenever possible. Her favourite position is on her back, at your feet - asking for tummy rubs! Ellie also bounces like Tigger and will make anyone very happy if she is included as part of their family.

Ellie was adopted on 15 June 2009 after 7 months in foster care

Danny

Danny

Kelpie x - male

Danny is a real cutie and the biggest puppy, he's just a lay back kind of guy

Danny was adopted on 05 June 2009 after 1 month in foster care