Chad is a very striking golden Kelpie boy, turning many heads when he is out and about. Chad has had a rough start to his early life, and has slowly come out his shell at his foster mummy’s home. When his confidence & trust builds, he has the biggest wiggly bottom with an amazing wag, his whole body moves! Chad is such a happy, friendly, easy going fella, when he gets to know you! He is super affectionate, loves cuddles and attention. He is an extremely loyal dog who does not stray far from you.
Boof is a gorgeous well mannered boy who is settling into suburban life very well with his foster family.
Boof is a very friendly sturdy young boy who interacts with all the people and other dogs in the house and outside very nicely. Boof grew up on the farm with his litter mate Bodhie all his life and as such doesn’t like to be left alone very long. He loves spending time with his foster sister playing outside and loves lots of affection and laying around indoors as well. Best suited to a house with another dog or lots of company.
Socks is a very playful, energetic dog who wants to play with other dogs all day. She has a sweet affectionate nature and enjoys a cuddle and attention. Socks has a gentle personality and travels well in cars and the back of a ute. She is not overly interest in toys, just dogs.
Marge is a sweet old girl, who would love nothing more than a comfortable bed and a human friend for company. While she doesn’t need runs twice a day, a leisurely stroll would be right up her alley, so she can sniff the grass and see the world. Despite her age, and a few missing teeth, Marge is in good health and loves her food.
Mindy is a sweetheart. She’s a supa cute (she has little white toes) smart little bundle of joy. She is on the smaller side at 16 kg.
Mindy loves her dinner and has learnt to sit and wait before she tucks in. Mindy also loves her walks with her foster brothers and indeed loves to be with them if not with her foster Mum. While she is young and active she will settle if you are busy and wait with her head on your feet.
Safe with AWDRI – further details to come
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