Hai hoomans, my names Aisha!
Do you wanna know why my name is Aisha? Well in Arabic it means “alive” and I’m one very lucky gal to be alive. You see I was left in this place called the pound for two months, and it made me really sad and frightened, but my foster mum picked me up in the nick of time and now I have place to call home until my furever family comes along!
I get to hang out all day with my two foster brothers, and I loves them lots! I’m only a really teeny tiny little gal, foster mumma says I weigh only about 12kgs! I don’t really know how to play with my foster brothers yet, but I’m starting to learn to chase after the ball.
Salsa is such a happy go lucky dog. In her time with us she has been growing in confidence and love for life every day. One of her favorite activities is running around as fast as she can with our Cattle dog like she can’t believe she is free. Bounding across the yard, sharp turn and then back the other way again. Her exuberance is catching and you can’t help but smile whilst watching her.
Salsa’s training is progressing really well and she picks new things up really quickly. She strives to please and wants to be with you. Being such a young pup she is still learning her manners but each day sees her more and more settled. She is learning what it is like to have a family and understand that she will always be fed and not be abandoned ever again.
This little lady will make someone very happy and with so much love to give she is impossible to pass by.
Suzie has just arrived into care in the South Gippsland region – further details to come
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Suzie, 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/
*On trial with my new family*
Indi has been in care with us for 3 weeks and she is a fantastic companion and will put a smile on your face everyday. She will entertain you with her play fullness, clumsiness and when that stumpy tail starts wagging when she is happy.
Indi is toilet trained, and spends her nights indoors sleeping in a crate. Her days are spent out in the backyard and she is happy to soak up the sun on her bed. Indi walks well on the lead and she knows how to sit. She is gentle when feed treats and shows no aggression with food. She will require on going training as she has not received much until coming into care with us.
If you are willing to give Indi a chance and let her into your home you will be rewarded with her loyalty, her personality, and what a great dog she is and can become.
Hi! My name is Bean Bag – my Foster ma calls me Beanie for short.
I am a Blue Heeler Cross who is on the smaller side in stature but big at heart. I am only 9 months in age and still growing into my big head! Foster ma says it’s one of the most adorable things about me!
I love my human family and I am very loyal, I would make a great companion for anyone as I love spending time with my humans.
Gasket has just arrived into care
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Gasket, 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/