AWDRI Dogs

Tia2

Tia is a gorgeous girl who needs her forever home. She’s a playful little thing, but is also a bit more independent than her siblings.

She quite enjoys sitting with people and watching world.

Tia does have bilateral inguinal hernias, which need to be removed as soon as she’s old enough. Until then she needs small meals often, but otherwise is very healthy and growing well.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Tia, please read our page on the adoption process and then fill out our adoption questionnaire. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal/

Lucy2

Little Lucy is a very cheeky girl! She will play for hours if you let her, but is also very cuddly. She’s a smart little thing, and is already sitting for meals.

She’s fine with cats and older dogs so far. Lucy does have bilateral inguinal hernias, which will need to be removed by surgery as soon as she’s old enough.

Until then she just needs small meals regularly. Otherwise she’s a healthy girl all round.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Lucy, please read our page on the adoption process and then fill out our adoption questionnaire. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal/

Jack1

Jack is a lovely little boy who enjoys a good cuddle. He’s very smart, is already sitting for meals and comes to his name.

Jack loves lots of attention, as all puppies do, and lots of play time.  He has been around cats and is fine with them. He’s also fine with other dogs of older ages so far.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Jack, please read our page on the adoption process and then fill out our adoption questionnaire. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal/

Jet1

Jet is an extremely friendly young dog with loads of energy.  He hasn’t had any training in his previous home, but is keen to learn.

He’s friendly with other dogs and didn’t react to his carer’s cat through a screen door although he was curious about their rabbit and guinea pig.

His foster home includes 9 and 11 year old kids and he’s friendly towards them as well.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Jet, please read our page on the adoption process and then fill out our adoption questionnaire. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal/

 

Pippa5

Pippa is a ray of sunshine! She’s a delightful 3-4 year old Australian Cattle Dog cross.

Pippa loves to be with people, going for joy rides in the car, playing tug, treats and relaxing walks. She has taken to crate training like a duck to water & will put herself in their when she’s tired or has had enough of her foster sister. Pippa is toilet trained and has never had an accident inside. She is happiest lying at
your feet while you’re studying or fixing the car – her carers think she’d make the perfect tradie’s lady!

Pippa does jump up when she’s very excited but she learning that exciting things happen faster when you have nice manners. For this reason, she would be best suited to a home with older children or without kids.

This smiley girl is quite clever too! She is learnt the routines of the house very quickly and mastered drop in just one day!

She is an expert at sit (sometimes we think she would like her name to be sit!). She’s learning to wait for her dinner and to stay. Pippa gets along well with other dogs but does have issues with dominance. She would prefer a home with a submissive dog or to be an only dog. She is a pleasure to walk on lead.

Pippa travels very well and settles in the car almost instantly. She’s a little on the podgy side but we are working on that. Pippa is learning to play with toys (which is
adorable).

If you’d like to make Pippa a part of your family, or to meet, adopt or find out more details, please read our page on the adoption process and then fill out our adoption questionnaire. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.  http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal/

 













*FEATURED DOG*
Carbon: Male Kelpie x, 18 mth old, NSW *application pending*

Carbon: Male Kelpie x, 18 mth old, NSW *application pending*

Carbon is an absolutely lovable Kelpie cross who is wonderful with people - welcoming them with a full backside wag (the tail isn’t enough) and gets down lows then sits near their feet. He is a puppy so he doesn’t quite know his dimensions therefore expect adults and kids alike to get boofed by his hard head and bowled over with all the excitement- it can really hurt. He is fantastic with all dogs (playful & happy) but has been untested around other animals.



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