Chuba is a real little dude. He has the funniest nature and will never fail to make you smile!
He runs around beside you and does a cheeky bark to get your attention (he’s actually beginning to bark on demand- so could possibly make a yard dog).
He takes the lead over all his brothers and sisters but is submissive to his big foster siblings.. he’s tough, but a big sook too
He’s pretty laid back and is easily pleased. He’s a big people person and loves nothing more than a smooch!
To find out more about Chuba or to meet him with a view to adoption please fill out our adoption form on the page linked below. 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
Rusty has really just started to come out of his shell. He loves nothing more than running around with his litter mates and keeping them all in line, especially when his big brother Chub isn’t taking lead!
He’s a noisy little fella and will run along beside you barking and whining until you pick him up for a smooch.
He loves to be kept occupied with toys, walks, play time etc and is just starting to venture into swimming in the dam.
He’s a real people lover, but loves a roll around with other dogs too!
To find out more about Rusty or to meet him with a view to adoption please fill out our adoption form on the page linked below. 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
Skipper is adorable. Since being in foster care he has been absolutely perfect.
Skipper loves going for walks, he does pulls on the lead a little bit especially when he spots a tree he wants to check out but he soon settles once the excitement of being out for a walk wears off – he will need some training in this area
He also loves going for a run on the beach where he can get to play with other dogs . He loves to meet other dogs big or small and gets on well with all of them whatever the size.
Skipper likes to come inside when invited and is quite happy to stretch out on the floor by your feet. When it’s bed time he goes outside on the verandah to his bed with no problems .
This boy is very laid-back he is not a barker, he’s good with children and he likes to play ball (doesn’t always bring it back when playing) he wants to be chased with it.
Skipper hasn’t been tested around cats but would definitely be suitable for a home with another dog – he would love it .
Skipper will sit and wait for his dinner and is not aggressive around food you can put your hand in his dish, he is also not fussy with his food.
This boy is just gorgeous and will make someone a wonderful companion.
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Skipper, 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/
Rhea is a beautiful dog with a sweet and loyal nature. She loves her humans and would fit perfectly into the home life of her new family. She greets everyone with a waggy tail and full body jiggle, and is a sucker for a good scratch or massage. She follows at your heel and always wants to be where you are. Even when you open a car door she has jumped right in before you can blink because she just wants to be involved!
Rhea is super gentle and patient around kids. She has spent time with a 10 month old baby and a three year old boy. She was fantastic around them, even if they tugged at her tail or ears.
Rhea would suit being an only dog as she is very chilled out and fine to entertain herself – but make sure she has lots of exercise and things to keep her occupied! She isn’t much of a barker, doesn’t climb fences and never digs unless she is burying a bone – but she covers these back up so nicely that you would never know! She LOVES going for walks with a halti and this is by far her favourite time of day.
Rhea likes to be the only female dog in the household, so any doggy siblings would need to be males. They would also need to be her size or larger, because she’s very enthusiastic when she is playing and can get too boisterous for smaller dogs
She would suit an indoor life as she is toilet trained and knows to sit and wait for food. She will stay on her indoor doggy bed if its next to you, otherwise she will curl up at your feet while you are on the couch. She just wants to be close.
Overall Rhea is a perfect family dog that deserves a bit of love, patience and stability in a new forever home. She will be a loyal part of any family and you will have no choice but to fall in love with her!
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Rhea, 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/
Hi I’m Sam! If you were to ask me what my favourite thing to do is.. I’d say cuddling you!! If you give me cuddles and scratches I will love you more than you can imagine. As well as cuddles I also love other dogs, they are so much fun.. wrestling.. licking.. chasing! Kids are really cool too!
I have been living with a cat who I thought was going to be a great play buddy, but then she hissed and swiped me.. so I try to ignore her now, she is so mean!
I would really love to go to a home with a hooman or a bunch of big and small hoomans who will treat me as their furkid.. I don’t think I’d like having to hang out in the backyard by myself all day I wouldn’t complain but it would make me sad.
I’m very easy when it comes to exercise. If I get to spend half an hour running around, I am a happy boy!
My foster mummy has been teaching me to sit and drop and I’m doing sooo well.. I’m the pride of the neighbourhood! I also love to run to foster mummy when she calls my name.. its such an easy way to get cuddles from her! Score!
I also know to go to the toilet outside and I am happy to sleep and travel in my crate!
I hadn’t seen a lead before I came to my foster home, but I don’t mind it.. I’m learning how to not get all tangled up with mum when we walk!
Thats enough about me now..It’s time for you to decide if I will be your furkid! I wont let you down, I promise!
To find out more about Samson or to meet him with a view to adoption please fill out our adoption form on the page linked below. 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