Rehomed Dogs

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

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Ace

Ace

Staffy x - female

Ace is a lovely little girl. She is bouncy, happy and playful. She would make a family very happy. Ace had a prolapse at birth and we got her the surgery she needed. She gets along well with kids, dogs and cats.

Ace would love a home where she isnt left alone all day and gets long walks and lots of attention or a fur baby friend.

Ace is smart playful and full of energy. If she sounds like the perfect fit please email me :)

Ace was adopted on 01 December 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Buddy

Buddy

Bull arab - male

Buddy is a playful happy puppy. He would love a family who will take him for walks, play and love him.

Buddy will be a bigger dog so would need a big backyard with lots of toys to chew on. Buddy is good with cats, dogs, horses and cows.

Buddy is also great with children however he will jump from excitement.

If you think you can give buddy a loving home than msg for more information.

Buddy will come desexed microchipped and vaccinated.

Buddy was adopted on 01 December 2022 after 2 weeks in foster care

Mickey

Mickey

Chihuahua - male

i have been surrendered through no fault of my own.

I was very timid for the first day in care, however, I have come out of my shell. I love my humans. I get on with the resident cats and dog.

I am your typical chi. I want to be with you as much as possible, sit with you, sleep with you and follow you around all day.

I am looking for a home with an owner who will be home a lot. I am an indoor dog but i do go outside for toileting and I enjoy little walks.

I will come flea treated, wormed, microchipped, vaccinated and I will be desexed on 16th November so will be ready to leave for my new home once I am recovered.

For expressions of interest please contact my foster carer Jeanette via email below.

Mickey was adopted on 19 November 2022 after 2 weeks in foster care

Diva

Diva

Pug - female

Poor Diva has been used by her previous owners to pump out puppies and was then left in the pound.

Diva is a lovely little house dog that will make a great addition to any family. She is house trained and is very happy just sitting beside her human all day. She only has a small bark but will sometimes use it when she knows her humans are in one room and she another. She is used to sleeping on or near her humans and currently sleeps with her foster carers primary school age kids. She is great with children but can excitedly jump up in faces, so would be best with children over 5 years old.

Diva is good with other pets, is very friendly with new dogs, but she will stick up for herself if being pestered. For this reason she'd prefer a home without a very young puppy to annoy her. She is the same with cats - will be happy side by side a cat that is calm but if attacked she will chase back.

*Thanks to Maeve, Fiona, Margaret and a huge thanks to Lorraine for their donations towards Diva's vet fees. Her additional costs have now been fully covered* Diva unfortunately suffers from brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome and so a home that understands the complications with that from over excitement or heat exhaustion is a must. She will be undergoing surgery in late September to alleviate some of her symptoms but this won't be a cure-all. Her surgery is expected to cost just under $1,000. Any donations towards her surgery costs will be very appreciated.

If you are interested in adopting Diva she should be ready to go to her new home in late September but we are taking expressions of interest now so please get in touch with some information on your household and what you are looking for in a new pet.

Diva was adopted on 11 November 2022 after 2 months in foster care

Narla

Narla

AM Staffy - female

Narla has come into care after being surrendered to a council shelter.

Narla will make a family so so happy. She brightens up everyones day. Narla can sit, shake and comes back when called.

Narla gets along well with dogs, cats, horses and cows. She loves to cuddle up next to you on the lounge and just be with you.

Narla is good with children as she has a 3 year old and 7 year old at her foster home. She is just perfect natured.

Her friends are a great dane, bull arab and retriever.

Narla deserves a loving home where she can be inside with her fur parents. Also a nice decent back yard for her to play.

If you think narla would suit your home email lisamaree21@hotmail.com as lisa is her foster mum.

Narla was adopted on 11 November 2022 after 2 months in foster care

Milly

Milly

Staffy X Bulldog - female

Milly is a beautiful little puppy who is currently living with 4 adult dogs.

She is very easy going and tries to play with the other dogs in the household although they mostly ignore her except for Cody. Cody and Milly love to play from time to time and its adorable.

She is an indoor dog who rarely barks and hasn't destroyed or chewed any of the furniture or the shoes left lying around. When I take the other dogs to the park she is fine being left in her playpen until we return.

She really loves people and is very people oriented and would be best suited to a anyone who wants to make her part of their family.

Milly has a grade 2 heart murmur and will be reviewed at next vaccination.

Milly was adopted on 16 October 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Missy

Missy

Cattle Dog - female

Missy is a beautiful cattle dog who loves people, children and other dogs.

She currently lives with a family that has a German Shepherd which is a new experience for her as prior to being surrendered she was in an only dog family.

She likes playing with the German Shepherd and likes playing ball but as she isn't used to living with another dog doesn't do that well when the dogs are fed together.

Missy hasn't had much training so doesn't know her sit, come and stay commands and still jumps up on the children to get attention.

Missy is a loving indoor/outdoor dog who would be best suited as the only dog in the famil

Missy was adopted on 28 September 2022 after 4 weeks in foster care

Bubbles

Bubbles

Pug x jack russell terrier - female

Bubbles came into DCH care after she was surrendered by her previous owner to a Sydney animal care facility. She was surrendered due to not getting along with other dogs in the household however she has not displayed any of those behaviours whilst in care
She is energetic, lively and extremely friendly and is very quick at giving you lots of kisses. She loves going for walks and exploring
Bubbles would make a great addition to any family that were wanting an energetic companion however due to her energy levels she would be best suited to kids over the age of 5
Bubbles is also only suited to a house with a fully fenced backyard and would not be suitable to a unit or apartment
Bubbles comes desexed, vaccinated and heart worm tested

Bubbles was adopted on 26 September 2022 after 3 weeks in foster care

Bonnie

Bonnie

British Bulldog - female

Hi

New foster carer required with no pets.

My name is Bonnie. I was surrendered into care as my home environment changed.

Bonnie needs to be the only pet. She has a very dominant personality. She does not like living with other animals though she is ok going past dogs when on the lead when out And about.

I am now searching for my new forever Home. I am used to living indoors. I am Wanting a quiet home and definitely a home That has owned my breed. I Do love all the attention for myself. I love everyone I meet. I love car rides, walks and going out. I am toilet trained.

A secure yard is required.

For further Info and to enquire about me please contact my foster carer below via email.

I am worm and flea treated, desexed, microchipped and vaccinated.

Bonnie was adopted on 24 September 2022 after 1 month in foster care

Gypsy

Gypsy

Shih-Tzu - female

Sweet Gypsy is an unclaimed stray and was rescued from the Pound by DCH. Gypsy is a tiny 2kg package, cute as a button and a very easy going lady who loves just doing her own thing. Currently on a foster to adopt basis. Gypsy will be adopted 15.08.22 by her foster carer.

Sadly Gypsy required extensive dental work which came to $882. If you can assist by sponsoring some of these additonal vet fees that would be very appreciated

Gypsy was adopted on 16 September 2022 after 2 months in foster care