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Please note that Ruby is a started working dog and will not be rehomed in a suburban environment. The cost of her adoption will be negotiable based on his abilities.

Ruby is a lovely natured girl and has a heart of gold. She enjoys a scratch behind the ears and a pat and told she is a good dog.

She gets along well with the other working dogs in our pack but isn’t too interested in ‘playing’ with the younger members of the pack and would prefer to wait with you for the next important job at hand.

Ruby is an independent gutsy little ball of muscle and just likes to get the job done. She is correct in her movements and has a no fuss work style. She reads her stock well. She is super-fast but she doesn’t upset her stock.

Ruby balances stock up to you and gate ways, is backing and filling a race with ease. Ruby is a really handy all rounder, and would make a very important link to a working team.

A video can be provided on request.

Please call Steve 0407 516 705 or email sjsudero@gmail.com for more information.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Roo 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/

 

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Hi there, my name is Harriet, and I am a petite, young kelpie x border collie.  I am only twelve months old and my foster mum says I have made amazing progress since coming in to care.

I’m intelligent and have already learnt sit, drop, how to walk on the lead, my recall is perfect and I know my name, as well as becoming house trained and crate trained. I will go into my crate on command and don’t make a peep all night long.

I get along well with my foster siblings and am learning how to play with them all.
I love running, splashing my toes in the water, new adventures and kicking back to enjoy a nice juicy bone. But really I am just a big smooch at heart and most of all I enjoy being curled up either at your feet or in your lap if you let me.
I’m now ready to find my very own forever home, how exciting!

I am looking for a family who will love me and include me in their lives, while continuing to work on my confidence and training. My new family would also need to understand the physical and mental stimulation needs of my breeds.

I hope you are out there and I look forward to meeting you soon!

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Harriet, 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/

Aussie

Hi my name is Aussie and I’m a 2 year old Kelpie girl.

I’m very friendly and love to play with other dogs and my humans. I love kids especially.

I’ve got nice manners and am well behaved. I try and be brave when a stranger comes to the house so my family know someone is here – but I would never do anything bad!

I have a good recall and always come back when I’m called. I also can walk well on the lead. I love car rides.

I am happy to do whatever you like – walks, games or just hang out. If you think you could take me in to your family I promise you would love me!

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Aussie, 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/

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Billy is a very loving dog, he only has love to give and has only asked for love in return. His favourite place is next to you and will persistently work his head under your hand for pats.
He is currently in the process of getting basic training and knows sit, and it trying to learn to wait for his food. He did teach himself how to use our doggy door and his recall is perfect, so he is a smart dog.
Considering that before coming to us he had never had a collar or had been walked on a leash, he walks beautiful, rarely pulls (only when smelling the flowers) and is happy to walk by your side.
He was initially a very quiet boy, but once he got comfortable and became more sure of himself he got more playful.
He has been a good companion for our blue heeler and they are constantly playing. He would need room to run around, as without a companion there is the possibility he would get bored easily.
He is a beautiful dog both inside and out and just wants to be around his family whenever possible

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Billy has come from a background of no close affection and all he wants to do in life is find a mate. Billy is 100% excited to be in your life. He has such an outgoing personality and not even the head collar after spaying surgery could dampen his spirits. With the right home, love and patience, Billy can grow to be a true ‘man’s best friend’.

Billy is ideally suited to someone who wants a tag/ride-a-long mate for all the good and bad times. He would also do well with a family with children 11 years or older to help him learn and grow in maturity. Due to continuation of his training and his ability to be distracted by other family dogs, it would be in Billy’s best interest if he went to a home with another dog he Billy could easily be taken aside at times so he can concentrate on his learning without distraction.

When Billy meets strangers he can at first come across as a bit aggressive, however over time we learned this barking is the excitement bottled up in him because he wants to say hello. Billy is only recently learning about socialisation and play dates and his foster family are finding he is starting to become more and more comfortable in his own skin and to trust others around him. Any potential adopter family must ensure he still receives constant socialisation.

Whilst Billy will require a lot of patience and training, the end results will be a fantastic, loyal and loving family companion. Billy has a loyalty that is very comforting in nature.

To apply to adopt Billy:

http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/application-forms/apply-to-adopt-from-awdri/

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Good things come in small packages – Sally is a very compact little lady. When she is not being a normal playful puppy she demonstrates a lovely calm, gentle personality. Sally is getting used to walking on a lead and walks much better when with another fur-companion. Adorable to watch when she sleeps and just overall a gorgeous little girl.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Sally, 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/

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