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Wombat

Hi there!

My name is Wombat! Did you know in the olden days real life wombats were rhino sized? Well I'm trying to bring that back! I'm a big boofy boy, but my foster mummy keeps calling me a big softie. I love to give her all of da kisses and cuddles.

I'm looking for a special home with a special family to live out the rest of my life. I haven't had a great start in this big scary world so far. I try so hard, but I just need a kind, patient guide to show me what it’s all about.

So I’m looking for a quiet, laid back home. Not too many people coming and going. I find new people, sounds and smells a little overwhelming. I think I could live with another dog with the right temperament and introductions!

Project Underdog, my saviours, have said whoever is lucky enough to adopt me will get one free session with their chosen behaviourist so that’s pretty cool 😎

Can't wait to hear from you! I'm just gonna chill out and chew my toy and look for cuddles until then.

My ideal weight is 28kg.

To apply email: dogs@projectunderdogrescue.org.au

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Freddy

Hello, my name is Freddy! Freddy long legs!
I’ve been told that I’m not a lap dog, but I beg to differ…
I’m as loyal as they come and I’m looking for a human who is just as loyal as I am!

I’m super affectionate and love to play! …and these long legs love a long walk. My foster carer says I’m a really cruisy walker. I also love to run and play fetch. Chasing stuff is the best!

I get really excited about meeting new dog friends of any size. I haven’t had the chance to play with many dogs yet, but I’m really keen to make new furry friends and learn to play like the big pup that I am.

I would be happy to live with or without a dog friend. If I was to live with another dog it would need to be another large dog with a playful nature.

I’m not a fan of cats, rabbits and birds - they are for chasing, just like my favourite squeaky balls.

Apparently I pick things up really quickly! (I’ll do anything for treats) I have been working on all sorts of stuff like sit, drop, stay, touch, and even standing away from my foster carer when she is eating! I still have lots of stuff to learn, so I need a really good teacher who want to help me flourish.

Also, because I have spent most of my life locked away from the big wide world, I need a person who can teach me about all of the strange objects and noises out there. This week I learned that brooms aren’t scary. Bicycles and skateboards are pretty scary, I don’t really like those crazy wheels and weird hats, but I would be happy for somebody to keep teaching me they are okay too. I also don’t mind riding in the back seat of the car now that I get to go to nice new places.

I’m usually really happy to meet new people, but I can occasionally be a bit shy if new people are rude to me. My foster carer has introduced me to loads of people!
I’m way bigger than most kids, so it is best I live with adults only.

If you have space for my long legs in your home, and you want to learn with me, play with me, and cuddle with me, then I will give you sloppy kisses for ever and ever and ever and ever!

My ideal weight is 37kg.

To apply email: dogs@projectunderdogrescue.org.au

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Queenie

Meow, I'm Queenie! Project Underdog Rescue found me hiding in a veggie patch with my 3 little kittens. I was starving and so happy when they found me. All my kittens have been adopted now and I'm hoping someone will be kind enough to give me a forever home too. I'm a little bit timid but I don't have a mean bone in my body. I can take a little while to warm up but once I trust you, I'll be purring away and accepting all the head scratches.

To apply email: cats@projectunderdogrescue.org.au

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