Border Collie x Kelpie
Beautiful Bugsy boy. A kind hearted soul, Bugsy loves life and approaches each day with a happy attitude. Bugsy is friendly to dogs, and loves to play with and alongside his kelpie foster sisters. He lends to the submissive side, surrendering quickly and rolling on the ground, if he meets a more dominant dog. Bugsy is a medium sized farm style short haired Border Collie. Bugsy’s sight is good, yet an accident early on in life has resulted in his left eye being cloudy due to some minor damage. It certainly doesn’t stop him locking eyes on you lovingly, convincing you to give him a cuddle as he sits at your feet leaning on your leg! With his lanky legs and herding instincts, he skips through the paddocks with joy. He is learning to swim – he loves paddling in the dam, and tentatively swimming a little circle every now and then.
Zara is a gorgeous, sweet girl who just loves affection. She loves nothing more than laying in her foster mums arms while she gets a belly rub. Zara knows how to sit and is learning to stay and also working on her recall.
Zara has been very well socialized and is great with other dogs. She is really intelligent and picks up new things quickly. Continue reading
Hi there! My name is Sheldon and my foster mum thinks I am one of the most handsome young pups going around. My foster family aren’t exactly sure how old I am but between my long gangly legs that I sometimes still trip over (I’m getting used to them!) and my playful nature, they guess somewhere between 8-12months old.
LaTrobe – IMP 19858 – Male Kelpie x Border Collie
SAFE WITH AWDRI – Further details to come
G’day I’m Rusty, a chocolate brown ball of fun. My foster mum says I’m just like Mary Poppins … Practically perfect in every way !!!
My name is Rocco and my foster family can’t quite believe what a great, easygoing fellow I am. Not only am I adorable, as you can see, but I’m house trained and have a bit of basic training. I absolutely adore humans of all shapes, sizes and ages – sometimes I can get a bit carried away with licking them – and I’m also crazy about my foster sister, a little terrier. Now that I’ve worked out that I don’t have to be afraid of the family cat, I’ve become good buddies with her, too.