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Rehomed Animals

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

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Frappe

Frappe

Domestic Medium Hair - male

Frappe is a sweet fluffy kitten. He is very playful and affectionate. He will come rub his head on us for pats.

He is an absolute purring machine and very friendly. He enjoys getting pats and loves to play on his own or with his siblings. All of the kittens have similar personalities and will make a great addition to any family.

Well socialised in a family environment with older children and two resident cats.

Frappe needs to go to an indoor only home. He is fully litter trained and comes microchipped, desexed, up to date on vaccinations, flea and worm treated. Frappe is available for adoption now. Please contact me to organise a meet and greet.

Located in Plumpton, NSW

Frappe was adopted on 24 November 2020 after 5 days in foster care

Dixie

Dixie

Mini Foxie - female

Dixie's mumma, named Nova, came into DCH care to have her puppies in the safe environment of DCH foster care. She had her babies in a nice warm lounge room on a cold stormy night when she was able to enjoy a nice soft bed with the heater running to keep her babies warm.
She raised 5 beautiful Foxie Mini puppies.

Dixie was the 4th born of the litter but is the alpha of the litter. She was the first to eat on her own and the first to venture out of her nesting box. She is a very dominant dog who demands attention and pushes her way into things to make sure she never misses out.

She loves a good pat and will be a very loyal dog.
She has long and strong legs and allows her to jump the highest of the other puppies. She has a beauty spot on her back near her rear.

The vets have identified that she has a hernia which could require further surgery to repair the hernia if it does not resolve itself. This will need to be monitored and reviewed after 6-8 months of age. The vets reviewed the hernia and decided her muscle and tissue were too weak to attempt the repair at the moment and to review it later in life. If she requires additional surgery this will be at the new owners expense at a later time.

Dixie will have received all 3 puppy vaccinations and has been desexed, microchipped and treated with flea and worm prevention.

She is ready for adoption into a home where she can have access to indoors as well as outdoors and receive lots of cuddles and attention for the rest of her life.

Dixie will need obedience training and we would recommend attending a puppy school which she can now do as she had had all her vaccinations. She will need additional toilet training but is used to toileting on a synthetic grass matt and or puppy pads when inside.

Located in Acacia Gardens, NSW. Will only adopt locally within the Sydney area. In person meet and greets are required before being able to adopt and a property inspection maybe required. The foster carer would appreciate as much information as possible up front to help try and identify the most suitable home.

Adoption available after the 19th November.

Dixie was adopted on 23 November 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Dave

Dave

Mini Foxie - male

Dave's mumma, named Nova, came into DCH care to have her puppies in the safe environment of DCH foster care. She had her babies in a nice warm lounge room on a cold stormy night when she was able to enjoy a nice soft bed with the heater running to keep her babies warm.
She raised 5 beautiful Foxie Mini puppies.

Dave was the 3rd born of the litter and the only boy.

Dave is quiet, relaxed and loves a good attentive one on one attention.
He looks the most like his mother Nova and has the same darker tan colourings that his mother had. He loves to be held and enjoys a good game and seeks out play time. His legs are a little stocky and does not jump as high as some of the other pups in the litter but still certainly manages to get into any thing that he wants to explore.

Dave will have received all 3 puppy vaccinations and has been desexed, microchipped and treated with flea and worm prevention.

He is ready for adoption into a home where he can have access to indoors as well as outdoors and receive lots of cuddles and attention for the rest of his life.

Dave will need obedience training and we would recommend attending a puppy school which he can now do as he had had all his vaccinations. He will need additional toilet training but is used to toileting on a synthetic grass matt and or puppy pads when inside.

Located in Acacia Gardens, NSW. Will only adopt locally within the Sydney area. In person meet and greets are required before being able to adopt and a property inspection maybe required. The foster carer would appreciate as much information as possible up front to help try and identify the most suitable home.

Adoption available after the 19th November.

Dave was adopted on 23 November 2020 after 4 weeks in foster care

Boba

Boba

medium hair domestic - female

Boba is a cute little medium haired grey and brown healthy tabby girl. She's confident and playful.
I am looking to rehome her as an indoor cat.
She will be available for adoptions in 2 weeks time and I am taking expressions of interest from today.
She is vet checked, microchipped, and already had her first vaccination.

Boba was adopted on 22 November 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Billie/Stella

Billie/Stella

Kelpie x Maremma - female

Billie is a beautiful girl who is one of a litter of 8 puppies. She is a little on the shy side but she loves to play with her siblings. She has been socialised with adult dogs and with people and children and with general household noises. She has been through a thunderstorm and did not react at all. She will grow to be a medium size dog. She will need lots of exercise when she grows up.

Billie/Stella was adopted on 22 November 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care

Frankie

Frankie

Kelpie x Maremma - female

Frankie is one of a litter of 8 dogs 4 girls and 4 boys she is a beautiful dog. She is friendly and playful and has been socialised.

Frankie was adopted on 21 November 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care

Mauve/Molly

Mauve/Molly

Kelpie x Maremma - female

Mauve is a lovely girl who is one of a litter of 8 puppies. She loves to explore, as well as play with her litter mates. She has been socialised with the adult dogs in the household, with visitors of various ages and with general household noises. That socialisation will need to continue. As she is a Kelpie x Maremma she will needs lots of exercise when she grows up and she will also need training.

Mauve/Molly was adopted on 21 November 2020 after 3 weeks in foster care

Milo

Milo

Kelpie cross - female

Hi my name is Milo. My mum was found wandering the streets and was taken into foster care where I was born. My four brothers and sisters have already found homes and now I am waiting for my forever home. I love to run and play and I would love to meet you so I could become part of your family. If you are able to adopt me could you please call my foster carer so I can arrange to meet you

Milo was adopted on 21 November 2020 after 5 days in foster care

Jessie

Jessie

Kelpie - female

Jessie is a very friendly dog looking for her forever home. Jessie was found pregnant and now her motherly duties are over, she needs a new family who will love her. She loves people. As she is a working breed she will need someone who can provide her with daily exercise. She is also very obedient and aims to please.

We would love to hear from you if you can offer Jessie the Forever Home that she deserves

Jessie was adopted on 21 November 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Millie

Millie

Kelpie cross - female

Hi my name is Millie. My mum was found wandering the streets before she was taken on by a rescue. I was born at a foster carers home and now I’m looking for my forever home. I’m full of energy and I love to play. I would love to become a part of your family so can you please call my foster carer so you can come and meet me

Millie was adopted on 21 November 2020 after 5 days in foster care