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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Millie

Millie

staffy? x breed - female

Rose and Milly are two gorgeous little pups they are very playful, outgoing and both have great personalities. They are both doing very well when it comes to sitting, toilet training, walking on/off lead. These Little darlings would make great loyal pets, that would be suited to any home together or separately.

Milly has a abcess on her head from a old injury (See Pic) this is healing very well and once healed will be hardly noticeable, this will not cause any problems to Milly in the future.

Rosie and Millie are available seperately

Millie was adopted on 15 September 2008 after 1 month in foster care

Ralph

Ralph

Medium Size Cross Breed - male

Ralph is a super friendly people-focussed dog who is very keen to please. He is in great health and just loves to sit near his owner and be petted. He knows his basic obedience commands and walks nicely on leash. Ralph gets on with most other dogs although he can be a bit cranky with bad mannered males. Ralph would suit someone looking for an easy going companion dog. The person who found Ralph wandering has paid for his desexing and vaccinations so while he is free-to-good-home, a donation to cover his costs ($250) would be appreciated.

Ralph was adopted on 07 September 2008 after 3 months in foster care

Dora

Dora

Pointer x - female

Dora is a lovely submissive natured puppy. She's a bit of a goose all gangly and playful. Theres not a bad bone in her body. She loves people and would love to be a part of a family that will include her in their activities. She would absolutely love another dog to play with also. Dora was surrendered in an emaciated state and at first did not appear to understand what food, affection or toys were but she has come around so quickly and is playing and snuggling and eating well now.

Dora was adopted on 07 September 2008 after 6 months in foster care

Riley

Riley

Terrier x - male

Riley is just one of those dogs that everyone loves, both other dogs and people. He is always happy and his tail never stops wagging. He is very sociable and is used to being with both big and small dogs and is quite submissive. Riley would definitely love to have some canine company and would make an excellent second dog (or third). Riley is housetrained and enjoys being inside with his family. He is quite well behaved but is still young so would need some more training. He is already going off lead and comes back when called. Riley also loves his food. He is being cared for in the Wollongong area.

Riley was adopted on 04 September 2008 after 3 weeks in foster care

Rosie

Rosie

Maltese x - female

Rosie is a very happy little girl, and full of life. She is fantastic with kids and is used to living with them. Rosie is currently living with another small dog and they are so great together and play all the time. Rosie has probably not had much training so would benefit from some ongoing obedience training but will make a wonderful addition to the right family. She is good to walk on the lead and is currently used to being outside during the day but would love to be inside at night as she does feel this cold. Rosie is being cared for in the Wollongong area.

Rosie was adopted on 04 September 2008 after 3 months in foster care

Sparkles

Sparkles

Fox Terrier x - female

Sparkles is a very happy, outgoing little dog with a great personality. She does get along very well with other dogs but also loves people. She would enjoy having some daily exercise and is currently an inside/outside dog. Sparkles is undergoing some basic obedience but is already quite a well behaved little girl. She has the most amazing coloured eyes and is very pretty. Sparkles is being cared for in the Wollongong area.

Sparkles was adopted on 01 September 2008 after 3 months in foster care

Bronson

Bronson

Italian Greyhound - male

Poor Little Bronson came into care with absolutely putrid teeth. They were rotting, green and stunk awfully. The vets advised that all his teeth would require removal. The surgery was recently undertaking and Bronson is now feeling much better and able to eat with ease. In the end he didn't have all his teeth removed as he has peridontal disease which means his jaw was eroding and removal of some of his teeth caused a split in his jaw so the vet thought it best to not remove all his teeth to avoid further damage. Bronsons surgery has cost $600 and we are seeking donations to help us cover these vet costs. If you can help sponsor some of these vet bills then please call Megan on 9627 2767 or email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or click here

Thanks to Kersti, Joy and Irma for their donations towards Bronson's vet bills

Bronson was adopted on 30 August 2008 after 1 month in foster care

Roxy

Roxy

Cattle Dog x - female

Timid and shy when she came into care, Roxy was a bundle of nerves when she met the cattle dogs she now shares a home with.. But it didn't take long for her to learn to trust them and she now runs with them like she knew them all along. She has grown into a confident and assertive pup, and is quick to learn to follow commands that the other dogs already know. Due to her obvious intelligence she will need to have an owner who is able to demonstrate strong leadership with her or she will try and rule the house. Ideally, a home with a family willing to enrol her and participate with her at a local obedience would ensure that she has an avenue to concentrate and use the intelligence she is demonstrating so far. She would ideally be suited in a home where she has either human company all the time or another pup or dog for company. Actually she would probably be fine with a cat as a best friend as she was more comfortable with the cats in her foster home than the dogs to start with, even though she can have a tendency to be a bit excited when around them. She runs after them but the first time she met one of the cats here she tried to rub her face on them like she was a kitten.. Little Roxy Red Dogs (as she is known) has such soulful eyes and watches intently when you speak to her.. She will try to please whoever she chooses to make her home with, and I am sure they will be just as pleased at having her as a best friend.

Roxy was adopted on 29 August 2008 after 2 months in foster care

Trevor

Trevor

Purebred Cocker Spaniel - male

Trevor is a gorgeous purebred Black Cocker Spaniel. He is a happy friendly fellow who loves company and plenty of exercise. He is fine with other dogs (It hasn't occurred to him that that another dog may not like him). His tail never stops wagging and he loves a game of fetch. He does know some basic commands but he does have trouble concentrating when he is excited. Trevor's ideal family will have a large backyard and walk him twice a day. He would love another energetic companion to keep him company and play with. He is also lifetime registered.

Trevor was adopted on 27 August 2008 after 2 weeks in foster care

Bernice

Bernice

small-medium x breed - female

These poor babies were found on the side of the road. Sadly their other sibling hadn't survived the cold night. They were lucky to be found in the morning and with the love and care of their foster family they are thriving!

Poor little Millie has suffered an injury when only very small, as a result she has some scar tissue on her head giving her a big lump as shown in the picture. This doesn't affect her at all and should reduce in size as she gets bigger.

Bernice was adopted on 27 August 2008 after 4 weeks in foster care