Animals in our care

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Ivy

Ivy

Bull Arab x Dalmation - female - 7 months

Ivy is a beautiful Bull Arab x Dalmation, originally from Rural NSW. She is a lovely, brindle coloured girl, looking for a Forever home where she can be active, safe and loved.

Ivy has had formal obedience training (Bark Busters), from her previous owner, and she is very attentive. As Ivy is a large breed dog, she has great stamina and needs plenty of exercise so she doesn't get bored.

She also plays well with other dogs, and is okay with cats, once she knows them. Ivy does have a love of water and shell pools, but she adores humans!

Ivy is also vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and desexed, as part of the adoption fee.

If you are looking for a sweet, friendly dog who loves people...come and meet Ivy! If you are worried about Ivy getting on with a current dog you own, you are very welcome to bring it along for a meet and greet!

Ivy has been in foster care since 22 January 2019, for 2 days

Bella and Jersey

Bella and Jersey

Smooth and Rough Collies - female - 12 years

These two girls were originally adopted through DCH in 2006 and with great sadness, the owner is now surrendering the pair back to us due to health complications. Bella is the rough coated collie, and Jersey is the smooth coated collie, both 12 years old and so very much bonded. For this reason, the two girls will have to be adopted together, as a pair for the $250.
Both girls love a walk, and walk very well on harnesses, they also love bath times. Neither of the girls are destructive or aggressive in the slightest, with Jersey only digging holes occasionally to sleep in if the weather is very warm. They are used to sleeping inside during the winter in the laundry, and outside during the summer in the cool, and neither have any accidents when kept inside. The girls are good guard dogs and will bark if anyone is around, however they aren't at all aggressive and wouldn't ever bite. However they don't like cats, and so would be best suited in a cat free environment. Please contact Rod, their current foster carer, for more details and to meet this lovely pair.

Bella and Jersey has been in foster care since 23 January 2019, for 1 day