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Lemmy the lad! Lemmy is a handsome Heeler boy with striking looks and a personality to match.

Lemmy loves people. He relishes getting your attention and focus, and willingly tries to learn with praise and the odd food reward, which he takes gently from your hand. Lemmy doesn’t know many commands yet, but would excel with consistent exercise and training. He would do well with firm but fair boundaries and lots of positive re-enforcement! Lemmy is your typical Heeler teenager – a lot of smarts, a lot of friendliness, a lot of love to give… and just a touch wilfulness!

Lemmy adores playing with humans and doggie friends! He is friendly with new dogs, and doesn’t discriminate – any breed or size is welcome to be Lemmy’s mate! Lemmy loves tennis balls – as much to chew up as to play fetch! Lemmy just wants to be in on the action, and Lemmy has worked out he can scale the fence of his current yard and visit the adjacent park all by himself! He is a good climber, so will need a home with secure fencing.

Lemmy is happy outside, although he is also house-trained. Lemmy has an enormous amount of potential. A fun-loving goofy bloke, Lemmy would suit a family with children or an adult household, provided his owners have time to spend with him and provide him with appropriate boundaries and basic obedience.
A striking looking fellow, who is jovial and good-natured, sturdy and yet gentle, Lemmy is a young lad with his whole life ahead of him.

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Lemmy 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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goldie

Gorgeous Goldie – a happy go lucky kinda gal who loves cuddles and simply larking around with her humans!

Goldie is a healthy crossbred girl who laps up affection and joyously greets you the minute she locks eyes on you! Goldie adores her ball and relishes playing fetch with anyone she can coax into indulging her.

Goldie is an intelligent girl who would do very well with training, regular exercise, and boundaries. Goldie has an enormous amount of potential, and is looking for an owner who will spend time with her and channel her wonderful personality and natural smarts into being the fabulous adult dog she deserves to become.

Goldie happily lives outside in the backyard. Being a young dog, Goldie can’t help but let her excitement bubble over sometimes and does at times jump up for attention. She chews shoes or other items left out – it’s tricky at times for a young dog to tell which items are toys for her and those that are in her yard but are off-limits! Goldie certainly knows how to play with her food reward toys, cleverly extracting the goodies hidden inside.

Goldie relishes her walks and enjoys the freedom of a good run. She can pull on the lead, particularly at the possibility of meeting a new doggie friend. Goldie needs further socialisation with other dogs and routine exercise, which would no doubt see her anticipation settle quickly. Goldie does show a little too much interest in cats (a home with no cats please!) and may chase roos and other wildlife if given the opportunity.

Goldie would suit a family with older children, a couple, or an individual that can offer her firm boundaries and that have time to exercise and inspire her. Goldie can’t wait to start the next chapter of her life – the one where she brings her new family much joy with her bright and shiny personality and they can’t help but shower her with the love and affection that Goldie appreciates so very much!

To meet, adopt or find out more details about Goldie 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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