Are you looking for a sweet, gentle, pretty and very loving new family member? I am told that I am all of those things and more. My name is Carra and my foster mother thinks that I am just about perfect. I happily live with my foster family’s other dogs,cats,birds and even the horses don’t bother me. I have learnt to sit and stay already and I love my lessons. City life or country life, I don’t mind which. Would you like to meet me and maybe be my new very own forever family?







Are you looking for an amazing new friend? The look no further. Corbin is young,fit,energetic and is just waiting for someone to come along and teach him the ways of the world. Corbin would be a fantastic candidate for agility, running mate or even to try out sheep herding lessons.
He would also love to just hang out with his family and go on adventures with them. At the moment, Corbin is learning the basics of doggy manners such as sitting, walking on a lead and respecting others. Corbin is an all round wonderful young dog.

Do you like to read magazines and watch television? So does Erynn! Do you have children who

need a docile doggy companion to grow up with? If yes, then Erynn is your girl! At twelve months of

age Erynn shows none of the ‘puppy’ behaviours of being boisterous, mouthy or rough instead she is

very well behaved and calm. She likes her foster kelpie brother but would rather lie around with

the cat than do any of that ‘exercise’ business. She is very pretty in a quirky way with her black

eyeliner, one up and one down ears and soft caramel colouring. Erynn gets on well with children

and would be an excellent playmate and best friend. So if are looking for a dog to take on a stroll

around the neighbourhood, maybe to the park for a bit of a play and then home for a rest on the

couch look no further then this lovely girl who is patiently waiting for her forever home.Erynn5












seems almost completely deaf but this doesn’t get in her way, as she is intelligent and responsive to training (especially if there are treats involved). From having no training in the first 9 months of life, she has learned the meaning of 5-6 hand signal commands as well as to sit and wait for her dinner in just over a week with her foster carers. She has also quickly learnt the routine of her foster home, and if given enough exercise and stimulation during the day, settles on her bed or just outside the kitchen in quiet mode for the evening, keeping an eye on dinner preparations.

Tes has not had much guidance or boundaries put in place during her first 9 months of life and it seems that she has been left to amuse herself in a yard for long periods of time in the past. She will benefit from calm, assertive guidance and a patient owner willing to socialize her, involve her in their daily activities, and most importantly put the time in to bring out her best.

Her on-lead walking is progressing well, but she does take a bit too much interest in cars at present. She has however already improved a great deal in this regard. She is an active adolescent dog with energy to burn and it seems as if she will make a great running companion with a bit more work learning to run at heel and to ignore cars and fellow walkers. She really enjoys beach walks / runs on a long line where she can run off some puppy steam whilst still able to be recalled (as she is deaf). She is starting to show interest in toys and food puzzles, which is fantastic and a way to provide her with mental stimulation, as a week ago she showed no interest / did not know what they were.

She is perfect when travelling by car, happily going on outings, sitting calmly (or sleeping) during the drive.
She has not shown any food or resource guarding behaviours at her foster home. Tes sleeps on her bed at night, currently located on the floor of the bedroom. She has started crate training. She is toilet trained and knows how to use a doggie door. She will need good fencing to keep her safe and away from cars.



If you are reading this then you had better be fast and apply for this little guy as he won’t stay available for long! Dippa is a great little kelpie who is young, smart and just waiting for some one to love. He is friendly, happy and good with kids, other dogs and walks well on the lead. Dippa is very responsive and will pick up new skills quickly. As with all of our dogs, Dippa is attending training classes to get him started along the way to his new life.

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