Rehomed Dogs

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

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Scrappy

Scrappy

Cross Breed - male

Free to Good Home Dog

We have had Scrappy (named for his resemblance to the Scrappy Doo cartoon character) for 4 years and believe him to be approx 5 years old as we originally rescued him from the pound. He is very loving and affectionate, food obsessed and therefore easily trained and a real character. He has been a wonderful companion for our bigger dog.

Everyone asks what sort of dog he is and there have been many guesses but the most popular one is a Sausage dog head stuck on a long low Staffy body. One ear is always up and the tail never stops wagging

very low maintenance, never needs to go to the vet. Scrappy ignores our cat and I am sure would learn to do the same in any other home.

Scrappy has been good with other dogs and children to date but has started showing some signs of jealousy with our 13 month old son. I would recommend a home where there are no children under five in the immediate family and as he is not very big he would be fine in a smaller home. We are heartbroken at having to find somewhere new for him and want to make sure it's the best of homes, so please pass this on to anyone who you think could offer him this.

Scrappy was adopted on 28 February 2009 after 2 weeks in foster care

Buster, Gidget, Shiner, Tandi and Shorty

Buster, Gidget, Shiner, Tandi and Shorty was adopted on 28 February 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Tasha

Tasha

German Shephard x - female

Tasha is lovely natured sooky girl, she is happy just to sit on your lap and go to sleep. She is excellent with other dogs and children and she doesn't seem to mind cats either.

Tasha was adopted on 27 February 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Izzie

Izzie

Rotti x - female

Izzie is a mischievous little girl, but full of love and affection. Loves being with humans and really wants to please. Izzie plays well with other dogs. Can sit, shake and walk on a lead. She is learning to swim and has taken her first plunge in the Nepean River. A little hesitant at first, but once she got the hang of it started really Enjoying herself. Izzie does still need some training as she jumps up A little, but would be great for an active family who spends a lot of time outdoors. Izzie is a great dog to have and teach who could go anywhere with you. She is very Good in the car and really just wants to please her people.

Izzie was adopted on 27 February 2009 after 4 months in foster care

Patch

Patch

Chihuahua x Silky - male

Patch is a lovely little chap. He is still quite a young dog so loves playing with a friend (Patch and Raja will happily play for ages). He is shy with strangers but this dosnt take long to wear off. Once conformtable he is a very friendly and happy boy who loves company. He is quite tiny so a home with kids over 7 is a definite as children younger can sometimes forget what a little boy he is and may accidently hurt him. He is fine with kids, travels well in the car and eats almost anything. It wont take long for you to fall in love with this boy.

Patch was adopted on 18 February 2009 after 2 months in foster care

Chloe

Chloe

Labrador x - female

Chloe's pups have now found homes and she is ready for her forever home now too.

Chloe was adopted on 17 February 2009 after 4 weeks in foster care

Elly

Elly

Chihuahua - female

Elly is a gorgeous little girl, who sadly suffers from little dog syndrome. Elly is very picking when it comes to making new friends weather it be dog, cat or human. (she has a tendency to growl and bark at new people) but it is all a show, once she knows that you provide the food she will love you for life and be a very loyal companion who loves to give plenty of hugs and kisses. Somewhere in Elly's past she has been mistreated so she will need a very special home with people who are going to build up her trust, give her lots of TLC, give her time and be patient until she comes around. At her foster parents house she lives quiet happily with cats and dogs but it will take a while for her to get used to them. Elly isn't a yappy dog only when she sees new people or animals she will bark. She would be suited to a quiet household with NO CHILDREN.

Elly was adopted on 17 February 2009 after 4 weeks in foster care

Gilbert

Gilbert

Shih Tzu - male

Gilbert was adopted on 14 February 2009 after 1.3 years in foster care

Eva

Eva

Border Collie x Cattle - female

We are not sure of Eva's exact age, as she was found dumped in paddock. She is now safe in foster care and is a lovely smart little girl with beautiful grey brown eyes and black and white markings. She loves being with people and gets along well with the other dogs. Eva is very energetic and would suit a family with older childern as she can be overwhelming and bit nippy towards very young children Eva has started basic obedience training and is starting to improve walking on a lead She currently is living with a older dog and 2 cats(she likes the cats, unfortuantly the cat don't feel the same way)

Eva was adopted on 05 February 2009 after 1 month in foster care

Jasper

Jasper

Cross Breed - male

Jasper was adopted on 02 February 2009 after 2 weeks in foster care