Rehomed Dogs

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

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Bel-monti

Bel-monti

Shitzu x - female

Bel-monti was found wandering the streets by someone who took her to the local Pound. The pound Vet started pain relief and antibiotics to combat her severe flea infestation which resulted in loss of hair from her shoulders back to her tail.

Bel-monti is a friendly happy girl despite her ordeal and obviously feeling better now that she is being treated for her condition. She weighs 6.35kg, is energetic, loves her toys and is people and dog friendly and walks well on the lead.

Bel-monti's skin and hair condition will take some time to repair, so she will not be available for adoption until approximately mid-late January 2020.
Following Vet Check it is deemed necessary to remove some nasty looking lumps which may or may not be cancerous, at the same time as spaying and repairing Bel-monti's hernia which has now been carried out. The biopsy results were negative, stitches are out but that persistent allergy is still there.

**For less side-effects, the new owner should consider either committment to an elimination diet or a monthly injection which could work out as much as $150/month.

**Serious adoptees only

Bel-monti was adopted on 02 February 2020 after 1 month in foster care

Saving the best til last! Timmy is still up for adoption!

Saving the best til last! Timmy is still up for adoption!

Staffy X Blue Cattle Dog - mixed

Timmy is the last of our beautiful litter of 6 Staffy x Blue cattle puppies who are up for adoption! He has lovely unique markings that resemble that of a Kelpie! Contact Rod on 0418239763 to meet Timmy!

These gorgeous young pups will be ready for adoption at the start of December when they are vaccinated, microchipped and desexed. But in the mean time why not have a consider whether your are ready for a pup in your life!

These 6 puppies are Staffy x Blue Cattle dog. They come in all the colours of the rainbow! They are very social, and love each other, their foster carer and their foster doggy siblings who they are in care with! Their doggy friends are both large breed dogs and so they would be well suited to a home with another friend if that is desired!

There are 3 males and 3 females. As you can see, each picture is labelled with a number, and so if you're interested please call Rod, their carer, to find out a bit more about each one and place enquiries! None of the puppies are named yet, so if you decide you would like to adopt one, you can organise with Rod to place a name on them and that way we can put that on their microchip forms ready to go!

Rod's number is 0418 239763, and these gorgeous babies are located in Revesby.

Saving the best til last! Timmy is still up for adoption! was adopted on 01 February 2020 after 3 months in foster care

Mudgee and Saffy

Mudgee and Saffy

Mixed - mixed

FUREVER HOMES URGENTLY NEEDED

These two well-loved doggies have suddenly found themselves homeless due to their owner’s serious medical condition. They are currently in temporary care, and are hoping to find new furever homes as soon as possible.

Both dogs are great with other dogs and would happily fit in with families with resident dogs. They do not have to be re-homed together.

Mudgee is a very friendly ten year old desexed male labrador. He is lovable and loves people and other dogs. He would suit any family environment, but would be a great friend for an older retired couple.

Saffy is a female Kelpie cross, some two and a half year’s old. She is a friendly energetic girl who would suit a family with kids. She will be de-sexed prior to adoption.

Please contact Suzanne if you believe you could find space in your home and heart for one or both of these friendly dogs.

Milo

Milo

Labrador x Shar pei - female

This gorgeous, friendly, girl came into care with a severe flea allergy and extremely underweight. Thankfully, she has responded very well to treatment and foster care and her gorgeous chocolate coat has all grown back.

Milo has been raised in a busy home with older children and is very friendly with all she meets, although she may have had bad experience with large men and can be scared by them or other things (like brooms). She has adapted to living with other dogs extremely well but has yet to be tested with cats. She seems to enjoy having canine company for the first time in her life.

She is a smart girl and despite having very little training prior to coming into care she picked up the rules of her foster home very quickly. She can now sit on command and walks well on the lead without pulling. She also was fine travelling (restrained) in the car. To ensure her ongoing training an experienced dog home would be best.

She isn't as a large as a full labrador.

Milo is available for visits at her Glenhaven foster home. Please contact her carer to arrange a meet and greet.

She is up to date with all her routine vet treatments, and will be de-sexed prior to her adoption.

Milo was adopted on 28 January 2020 after 10 months in foster care

Lenny

Lenny

West Highland Terrier Cross - male

Lenny is a 7.5 year old West Highland Terrier X who is around 9kg in weight. He is a beautiful friendly boy who loves being around people. He is people orientated and loves attention and company. He is in need of a new home as unfortunately his home situation has changed to moving around and a loud 2-year-old who constantly chases him around the house and stands over him, Lenny has become anxious and nervous and is constantly being chased around by the toddler.

Lenny will give his new owners love, affection and company.
He walks well on a lead but is generally walked around other dogs to avoid confrontation. He is house trained and spends most of his day indoors. He will let you know when he needs to go outside to the toilet.

He was last vaccinated in May 2019. He is next due for his vaccination in 2022 and needs a kennel cough vaccination in May 2020.
Lenny has been with his current owners since he was a puppy so it’s a very hard decision for them to rehome him but they believe rehoming Lenny would be the best for him.

An Ideal home for Lenny would be
A home where he can be a mostly indoors dog.
A home where the owner is home most of the time and can devote time
and attention to Lenny.
A home with elderly owners is probably an ideal fit.
A home with no other dogs.
A home with no small kids or toddlers.

Lenny is currently receiving on-going Anxiety medication of which comprises of ½ tablet twice daily that is given with his food. It’s expected that this would be an on-going requirement as he has been diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder.

Lenny had bladder stones in 2017 which required surgery, Lenny is on a special diet of Hills L/D food and has an on-going requirement to be fed only Hills L/D food.

Lenny can be dog aggressive especially of dogs coming towards him so he is best in a home where he is the only other dog. He seems to tolerate dogs in other yards. He seems to tolerate cats and gets along with them and its only other dogs that scares him.

Lenny's front feet have been splayed from birth but it does not give him any on-going issues.

Lenny is desexed, vaccinated, wormed. He has good teeth and looks healthy, bright and alert. He has just had a hair cut & grooming to be ready for the hot summer months.

He is a friendly boy who enjoys pats and rubs and likes a good rub around the side of the face and neck. He will thrive in a nice quite home where he gets lot of attention.

Please contact us if you think you can provide Lenny the quiet home that he needs while keeping up with medications and diet.

Russell

Russell

Jack Russell - male

Russell has been surrendered due to his owner having just sustained a very serious back injury, rendering her unable to bend, feed and bath Russell who has now taken up carer's residence in the Sutherland Shire.

According to the Vet, he is a very healthy and active dog for his age and will need at least once daily walks otherwise may get bored and try and run away to meet his active outlet. Currently weighing in at 8.43kgs, his ideal weight should be around 7kgs.

It is clear Russell loves company - not necessarily within sight - he is content as long as he knows someone is home, otherwise he becomes anxious. Russell was introduced to a friend's cat and other dogs. He was very friendly towards all of them.

Russell is getting to know how to use a doggie door and is keen to please. Russell likes running along the sand at the beach on his extension lead but doesn't particularly like the water.

Russell is desexed and vaccinated. Expressions of interest please to his carer on the above e-mail address. Russell was not returned to DCH - instead his owner rehomed him herself.

Russell was adopted on 23 January 2020 after 4 months in foster care

Rex

Rex

Chihuahua cross - male

Rex is a gorgeous little lad! He might have the colouring (and name) of a big, ferocious dog, but infact Rex is a little sweetheart! He adores people and loves snuggling on the couch with his foster carer, and rolling around with excited snuffles.
Rex has proven to be mostly ok with cats, only getting excited sometimes when they run past him, and responds well to verbal correction. He plays well with other dogs but mostly just prefers to be near to his owners. He does know his name, but his recall isn't solid, and so would require to be on-lead in public places.

Rex would suit a home with secure fencing (he is a clever chap and will squeeze through small gaps to go exploring) and a family who will invite him inside the home to be a part of the family. Currently he sleeps in a crate by his foster carers bed (as the family cat sleeps on the bed) however he has shown that he would be delighted to sleep on the bed, if he has means to get up there!

Currently being fostered in Lithgow, Rex would be delighted to meet his potential new family.

Rex was adopted on 17 January 2020 after 2 weeks in foster care

Diamond & Hero

Diamond & Hero

American staffy - mixed

I need to rehome my 2 American staffys. My daughter is sick and is in and out of hospital and I can no longer care for them.

I would like to try and keep them together if possible. Unfortunately with my daughters health, we don't have time to care for them, they dont get the opportunity to be walked or played with and I know they deserve better.

(Diamond - Blue Face) Her birth date is 30/07/2016
She is desexed
She is microchipped and registered
She is fully vaccinated
She currently lives and plays with and loves our boy staffy Hero (we need to rehome him too) they do everything together. She gets excited by other dogs but hasn't had all that much interaction except for with hero (hasn't been to the dog park etc)

She loves to play fetch and in water loves to swim and the sprinkler.
She has been exposed to our 2 children but mostly through our garden doors because my lexie is sick and Diamond will knock her over accidentally.
She is so happy and joyful loves a belly rub and will sit and drop when told but that's about it in regards to following commands.

(Hero - Blue and white face)
His birth date is 28/01/2017
He is desexed
He is microchipped and registered
He is fully vaccinated
He hasn't had any interaction with other dogs except for Diamond.
He is a big goofball his very funny to watch he will run into your leg and not even notice.
He is excited by fetch but prefers to play tug of war with you or chase diamond with her toy.
He hates water hates to swim and the sprinkler or even the hose.
He has been exposed to our 2 children but again mostly through our garden doors because his a rough nut and dopey..
But like diamond he is so happy and joyful loves a belly rub and will sit and drop shake hands when told but that's about it in regards to following commands

They both can walk on a lead put pull we use harnesses for both of them and they like to stay together walk next to each other.

They are both really beautiful and as much as we would love to keep them we just can't but I don't want to risk sending them somewhere that won't care for the. or will put them down.

Diamonds number is 900164001290869
Hero's number is 991003000021965

Location St Mary's NSW.

Winter

Winter

Siberian Husky - female

Winter is a beautiful 7 year old female Siberian husky.

She has been surrended due to owner not being able to give her to the attention she needs.

Winter is a gorgeous girl who loves attention from her carers, but not necessarily younger ambitious puppies who want to play with her. She's a complete sook around humans and would happily sit by your side all day.

She's not particularly active, but gets excited when it's walk time or to go for a ride in the car. Winter is terribly overweight, so her new owner should be willing to spend the time in providing her the adequate exercise she requires, although it will be slow going, as she tires easily. In saying that, during her time with us, she has lost some weight and proven to walk further than when we first met her.

She's protective of her food and will growl if another dog goes near her food or disturbs her peace but I haven't found her to be snappy at her foster carer.

We've discovered that she shakes hands, particularly when she knows she's getting a treat and at dinner time.

She's absolutely fine at the dog park and doesn't pay attention to the other dogs, but will mostly just sit instead of running around.

We believe Winter can be adopted by herself, but it would be good for her to have a companion if you already have another husky.

Due to her age, Winter does have some health issues:
Arthritis. Although her weight won't help here, with exercise you may find she will improve. We've also been mixing in "Aging Dog" powder to give her the vitatmins she needs.

Fly blown ears (although this is being treated with a repellent and improvements happening).
Cloudy eyes - the vets have advised this is not cataract and whilst it looks bad, she does have great eye-sight even though it may be a bit cloudy for her.
Zinc deficiency - her nose is a tell-tale sign that she has a zinc deficiency which can be easily treated by supplementing her diet with this vitamin.

IIMPORTANT: You CANNOT have a house with smaller animals such as cats, pocket pets or smaller dogs - as Husky-bred nature is to attack.

You would need a fully enclosed yard that is escape proof.

If you would like to meet Winter, please contact us to meet the beautiful old girl.

Winter was adopted on 08 December 2019 after 6 months in foster care

George

George

Pug-Jack Russel cross - male

George is a lively friendly little dog who loves to be with people and other dogs (he has a 9 year old Staffy that he currently lives with). We adopted him as a rescue dog just under 3 years ago when he was 4. Sadly, due to changes in the family situation we are no longer able to provide him with the right environment and know that he would be better off in a new home.

All his vaccinations are up to date, and he is regularly treated for ticks/fleas and internal parasites.
George has been de-sexed and is microchipped.

George loves to explore, so he needs to be living in a dog proof back yard (something his current home lacks). He would be best suited to a new home with people who can give him the attention he loves. He loves to be with people and he does like being on your lap when you sit on the couch (he doesn't mind hopping up on your bed either). He is a very affectionate dog, and is happy inside or out, but he does like to patrol he boundaries of the property and will bark at people that approach the property and of course other dogs, so from this perspective, he is a perfect watch dog.

On the lead he will tend to pull a bit, but being a small dog, he won't drag you along. He does listen to his name, but we have not managed to gain the kind of control over him such that we can call him back when off the lead if another dog is around. This maybe a skill that can be trained if you spend the time with him.

It is important to keep him on a lead when he meets other dogs for the first time as he can try to be assertive with them.

His toileting has been patchy. When he first came to our previous home we managed to get him under control, but if he gets up before you and doesn't have access to the outside, he will unfortunately go to the toilet inside.

George would be great company for kids over 5. He does love to snuggle and he is a very attractive dog and can be quite attentive.