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Hey guys Bruce here and I’d like to tell you all a little bit about myself and how I have ended up looking for a forever home for my senior years, after a long life working the land I found myself left in a paddock at 12 years old to fend for myself, not knowing what I was going to do I was luckily rescued and now I have really landed on my feet after finding my foster family.

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Benson is a beautiful boy, full of character and personality. He is sensitive, gentle, desperately wants to please, and is happiest when he’s with people getting heaps of attention. Despite his masculine, tough appearance, Benson is a total princess. He doesn’t like the rain, won’t get his feet wet at the beach, sleeps inside and prefers to be with people.

 

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Introducing this beautiful golden oldie, Estelle. Estelle, an ACDx, has come into foster care at the age of 8 and is now searching for a home where she can settle down and enjoy her retirement. She loves pottering around in the garden, enjoying the sunshine and will make the perfect companion for someone who loves to do the same. Estelle is definitely lapping up retirement and after a short walk or a game of fetch in the backyard, she is more than happy to lounge around home or ride along in the car as you go about your day. Estelle is also a real smoocher. She loves nothing more than to cuddle up on the couch with you, and she will gently nudge your hand with her head if it has been too long between belly rubs!

 

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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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