Bob is an absolute dream dog. He really is a 10 year old mind, trapped in the body of a 2 year old.
Bob is a pleasure to walk on the lead, never pulling and always social to people, children and animals. His foster mum often walks him without a lead on beaches and through parks where he will not venture further than a few meters of her and always come back when called.
He is happy to play a little with his ball but is mostly a laid back kind of guy. He shows no reaction to busy streets, lawn mower, vacuum cleaner, nail clipping, bikes and his foster mum has seen zero aggression. He is not hyperactive and is always polite, never snatching food or barging past.
Bob is friendly to other dogs, poultry and small children. He has not had much interactions with cats, but when on walks, he has continued past them without any fuss.
Bob would suit a person/family that is not too active, but would still enjoy taking him out for relaxing strolls down to the beach, lake or parks. He would not be ideal for someone that wants a long distance running partner or that wants to do agility!
He is such a gem, and will make someone so incredibly happy.
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Bob, 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/
Lexie is a sweet companion, who loves a pat and a cuddle and thrives best with boundaries.
Lexie is an excellent learner, very obedient and eager to please. She knows how to sit, and has quickly picked up commands to lie in her bed and heel on the lead.
Lexie has a calm and confident nature, and does not bark at other dogs – she is very good with other dogs and currently shares her residence with her foster sister.
Lexie loves going for walks, and adores rolling in puddles! She also enjoys a good game of fetch or to just lie lazily in her bed.
Lexie has come into contact with the foster carers cat, and is interested in her. With more exposure, she would co exist happily with a cat.
This sweetheart would love to have her very own forever home – and a family to love.
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Lexie, 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/
Shoalhaven (NSW South Coast)
Rescue Organisation Phone:0244293410
Rescue Contact Email:
Dog Sex: male
Dog Name and/or Reference Number: 335090
Dog Breed: Australian Cattle Dog
Age of Dog: 1 yr 7 mths
Adoption fee for dog: 310
Desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, flea & tick treated, wormed
Max found himself at the shelter when he was left in the overnight kennels, sadly he wasn’t reclaimed and is now ready to find his new furever home.
Max is a lovely boy who has an active and outgoing personality. He will require a family who will give him lots of excercise and provide a big yard with 6 foot fencing to keep him safely secure.
Max is social with other dogs but can be quite boisterous so may be suited as an only dog or have a high energy play mate! If you have a furry friend at home just bring them in to meet him to ake sure they’ll be best buds.
Because of Max’s bounciness he may not be suited to a home with small children or older dogs.
So what do you think? Does Max sound like your new jogging bud?