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Rehomed Dogs

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

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Mia

Mia

cross breed - female

will probably grow to kelpie size fun outgoing puppy with heaps of energy

Mia was adopted on 15 October 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Spike

Spike

Staffy x Mastiff x - male

Spike's breeding is the subject of much debate

whatever he is, he is gorgeous! He is a fairly calm dog who takes in what's going on around him in a considered way. He is great with kids and well sociable with other dogs. He needs some basic training but already leads well. He has one adorable habit

when he's excited, he sits and does a little dance with his front paws.

Spike was adopted on 15 October 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Roxy

Roxy

Shephard x Kelpie - female

Roxy was only surrendered because her owners were moving. She is an energetic and intelligent dog who is very keen to please. She has obviously had thorough obedience training before and knows all the basics. She is affectionate, well mannered with other dogs and loves kids. She would suit someone with a reasonably active lifestyle.

Roxy was adopted on 15 October 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Sammy

Sammy

Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog x - male

Sammy is a wonderful excited little boy. He is so affectionate and would really love someone who will love him back just as much. He is in training and knows sit, lay down, stay and is toilet trained although ongoing training would be great for him. He would be good as a playmate for your existing dog or as an only dog. He walks very well on a lead and loves to run around very fast.

Sammy was adopted on 11 October 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Flick

Flick

Great Dane x - female

Friendly, sooky young girl. Flick is submissive and great with other dogs, she loves people and is very responsive. She is a delightful girl who travels well in the car and who knows how to sit and drop to hand signals. Flick is a large dog that needs secure fencing and preferably be allowed inside as she is very family orientated. Flick is excellent with children.

Flick was adopted on 10 October 2007 after 7 months in foster care

Bacardi

Bacardi

Maltese Terrier x - male

Lately I have fallen on hard times and spent a bit of time in the pound but now I am in a nice comfortable foster home but would love to find my forever home and someone to love I have lots of energy and love to run around, I feel most happy when I have people to play with, I like other dogs too My foster mum is surprised at how quiet I am, I don't bark much at all really

Bacardi was adopted on 08 October 2007 after 3 months in foster care

Halle

Halle

Staffy x - female

Halle is a typical happy and playful puppy. She is learning house training and can sit. She gets on really well with other dogs and would love a home with another dog for company. She is being cared for in the Wollongong area.

Halle was adopted on 05 October 2007 after 1 month in foster care

Scruffy

Scruffy

Terrier x - male

Hi my name is Scruffy. Look into my little brown eyes and tell me I'm not cute! As soon as you see me you will notice my enthusiasm for life and my eagerness to make you love me, not to mention my crazy hair. I'm house trained and very well mannered when travelling in the car. I also have this funny little habit when I'm getting ready for bed where I scratch my blanket up into a big pile then turn a few circles and finally lay down. It's quite entertaining. I don't mind being bathed and groomed, actually I think I really just like all the attention. It doesn't do much to tame my crazy locks though! I enjoy going for walks and you'll enjoy coming with me because I'm really well behaved on the lead. I'm a little dog with a lot of love to give. If you think that I might be the dog for you then open your home and your heart for me. It could be the start of a beautiful relationship.

Scruffy was adopted on 05 October 2007 after 4 months in foster care

Sasha

Sasha

Cattle x Beagle - female

Sasha is a sweet faced Cattle x Beagle... Along with her brothers and sister we affectionately call them 'The Beatles'.. Her mother was a pure Beagle, Daddy was obviously a Cattle Dog.. She was taken into care with her brothers Izzy and Chumley and sister Blossom and is now being cared for in a foster home, with her brother Izzy. Sasha is a snuggly girl who is more than happy to cosy up on your lap for cuddles or play in the yard with the other fosters and our 3 resident cattle dogs. She is a strong little pup who shows the grit and determination of both the cattle and beagle when she wants something.. Sasha and her brother Izzy look like Beagles whose mum has bought them Cattle Dog costumes!!! More information on Sasha will be added as we get to know her more.

Sasha was adopted on 01 October 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care

Stormy

Stormy

Cocker Spaniel - male

He has been well cared for and loved. He is very very well-behaved, liking cats, other dogs and young children.

Stormy was adopted on 29 September 2007 after 2 weeks in foster care