Bow

Gentle, cuddly and the ultimate companion.
Bow loves his food and his cuddles there is no other way he would rather spend his day than snuggling into you on the couch. He would happily stay there all day unless the opportunity came up for a walk. He is a great balance of calm and boundless energy. Normally two walks of 45mins a day is great for Bow. He can go and go but is just as happy relaxing with his people. He is great with other dogs but needs a slow introduction because he can get overwhelmed if he is approached too energetically. He walks on lead (we love our walks and are learning not to pull 6 . He knows basic commands like sit and is toilet trained. Bow’s ideal forever home would be someone/ a family who wants to spend time with him, where is one of the family. He is very affectionate and loves his people. Someone working from home or a family with older children would be great. He can be quite vocal when excited or left alone but is such a huge sweetie that would bring so much to any home.

Shaylee

Shaylee is a 7-year old Collie/Maltese cross who has so much love to give! She’s toilet trained, good with other dogs and is fine with being left alone for short periods of time. One thing to be aware of is when on walks Shaylee gets very excited and pulls on the lead when she sees other dogs so that she can go and say hello. But it’s all friendly! Shaylee weighs approx. 14kg at the moment but the vet would like to see her drop a couple of kilos. Shaylee is a real sweetheart. She has a really cheeky, affectionate personality who will be a wonderful addition to her new family. Shaylee is recently desexed and vaccinated and could be an only dog or join others.

Leche

Little Leche is about to be the best thing that’s ever happened to someone!

Leche and her wonky little ears come from a large litter surrendered with her mum and is now ready to take on the big world: she’s an adventurous, smart, hilarious little clown who is going to be such a good girl when she’s all grown up.

Playful with her foster brother, and taking no prisoners playtime, Leche is also a quiet girl when it’s lights out, and settles well. Leche is very keen to get out walking and will have no trouble wiggling around in new neighbourhoods, parks and busy streets, making friends wherever she goes.

Being a smart little girl, she’s responding well to training, and is learning to sit, walking well on the lead, coming along very well with her toilet training, and sociable with those she knows are friends of her humans and her foster brother.

Leche is keen on having a person – and even better a dog pal – around most of the time.

Pixel

Hi, my name is Pixel, and I’m just a bundle of cuddles and love!
I currently live with other foster brothers and sisters, but I would prefer being an only cat. I just love spending time with my humans, sleeping on their bed at night, sitting on their desks while they work, sitting on the couch, or my foster parent’s laps, watching TV with them and playing with my feather wands!
My foster parents say that you will never want for love and affection with me around, and I am good in a home with children. I am also still a kitten, so I still need lots of toys and play time.
I can’t wait to meet my forever family and start my new life.

Freya (Miss Scruff)

Meet Freya – one happy, sweet, and affectionate 6 yo lady with plenty of love to give!

Freya has the energy of a puppy! She also loves her daily walks, and is friendly with people, kids, dogs and has lived with cats. Freya loves cuddles and will sit with you on the couch and watch tele or sit at your feet while you work.

After her morning walk she will happily sleep the day away. Freya likes her people around more often than not, so full time workers would not be suitable, as she can get anxious when her people are out for long periods.

Freya loves saying hello to all the pooches she meets on her walks. She can be wary of some and will bark to tell them to keep their distance, but a reassuring word will calm her and let her know she is safe. She will benefit from further socialization and training.

Freya is toilet trained and travels well in the car. She eats well and enjoys the odd treat.

Freya has blossomed in foster care and is now ready to find her forever home ad to give and receive all the love she deserves.