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Rehomed and Stories

The dogs, cats and horses featured below were fostered through DCH Animal Adoptions and have now found permanent loving new homes.



Rottweiler X Bullmastif X Am s - male

12/5 - Tank is now on hold for a pending adoption.

This beautiful and cute puppy is a Rottweiler X Bullmastif X Am Staffy mix and has been surrendered into DCH Foster care to be rehomed.
We currently have 6 of these puppies from this litter in care separated between 3 different foster homes in 3 different suburbs.

At present we are taking expressions of interest until we have confirmed when we will be able to get them desexed at the vets prior to being able to rehome them. We are aiming to have them ready for adoption around 26th May give or take which is when their 2nd vaccination is due however it depends on when the vets will be willing to complete their desexing surgery.

They have received a basic health check at the vets on 26th April and have received their 1st Vaccination.
They have been microchipped and have received a worming treatment and will be dewormed every 2 weeks.
If your interested in adopting, please submit an enquiry / expression of interest and we will contact you to discuss further and can keep you updated on when we expect to be in a position to rehome them.

This puppy is located in: Bonnyrigg

Tank was adopted on 26 May 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Eva Love

Eva Love

We adopted Eva 2.5 years ago. We’re not sure how old she was at the time, probably about 12 months. She was staying at a foster home and the second I picked her up she just relaxed into my arms. We weren’t planning to adopt a pet, but she made the decision for us! She has been such a wonderful addition to our home. She is so incredibly affectionate, so loving, and an absolute sweetheart. She follows us from room to room like a puppy and watches TV with us on the couch at night. We can’t believe we waited so long to get a pet and we can’t imagine our lives without her.