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Crumpet

Crumpet’s foster carer is getting to know him, more information will be available soon. We do know that Crumpet is a lovely, placid little fellow who loves to go on walks, playing with his toys and getting lots of cuddles from his foster carer.

Crumpet comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, heart worm tested, he has also had a dental and several lumps removed, we have had pathology done on the lumps. The adoption fee is $395. Crumpet is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Crumpet, please email Denise

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Hank

Hank needs to find a new home urgently as his owner has had to move into a home unit. His owners are very sad but Hank really does need a back yard to mooch around in and a home unit just doesn’t cut it.

Hank is a very handsome lad with a wonderful nature, he gets along famously with humans of all ages and especially loves children. He is an active dog and will require regular exercise in his new home.

Hank is really good with other large dogs when he is at the dog park and he doesn’t mind playing with dogs who are smaller than him either. When he is on lead Hank may bark at other dogs to get their attention so that he can have a sniff and get to know them. In some dogs this can be typical behaviour if they have not been trained appropriately. Hank is a young dog and with the right owner will do well with some training in that area.

Hank comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested. The adoption fee is $295.00 Hank is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Hank, please email Denise

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Curly Stu

Curly Stu is one irresistible little dude. Curly is as happy as a clam unaware of the health issues that are currently wracking his tiny little body. (Please read below) We have started the long and costly process of getting Curly back to good health, it might take a while but we have all the time in the world and just want to see Curly pain free and living the best life he possibly can. Curly is not currently available for adoption.

Curly Stu has a grade 4 laterally luxated patella. Patella’s are usually medially luxated but Curly Stu’s is luxated on the outside (lateral)
These are the most severe cases and fortunately are the rarest. The patella is permanently luxated and cannot be manipulated back into the groove. These are the most challenging cases to correct and will require specialist surgery. Curly’s back left leg is affected and must be corrected so that he can walk like a normal dog, at the moment the affected leg gives way causing him pain and discomfort.

Curly Stu also has chronic osteomyelitis in his jaw. Osteomyelitis of the jaw is inflammation of the jawbone (mandible or maxilla). This type of inflammation is most often caused by bacteria due to dental disease as is the case with Curly. Hornsby Vet Hospital removed as many teeth as could safely be removed. He is on antibiotics appropriate to his condition and his mouth will be reviewed two weeks out from the initial surgery. He will require more surgery when the vet knows that his jaw is stable and not in danger of collapsing. Curly has stitches in his jaw where the teeth were removed so as to try and stabilize his jaw. He is on pain relief for both his leg and mouth until we know he is out of pain.

Curly Stu comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, he has had a heart worm test and a dental. The adoption fee is $495. Curly Stu is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Curly Stu, please email Denise

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Bronx

Bronx came to us with a torn cruciate ligament on his back leg. His previous owner was unable to afford the surgery so we agreed to take him on, do surgery to fix his painful leg and then rehome him. Bronx is currently living with an older female, once he became used to her he decided that he does like a bit of company so a home with another compatible female dog will be best for him. When he has recovered Bronx will show you just how much he enjoys playing with his ball and other toys, we expect his recovery time from the cruciate surgery will be around 6 weeks so he should be available at the end of April all going well.

Bronx would love a home where he has access via a doggie door or similar, he sleeps inside in his bed and is a fairly low maintenance dog in regards to his coat. Bronx will need a bath and a brush to keep him looking and feeling great. Bronx will also need a nice walk every day once he is fully recovered.

Bronx comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, heart worm tested, he has also had a dental and surgery to repair a torn cruciate ligament on his back leg. The adoption fee is $395. Bronx is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Bronx, please email Denise

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Bundy

BUNDY is a GOLDEN OLDIE and a very sweet old soul who enjoys life to the max. Bundy does have a heart murmur so will need a family committed to daily medication and caring for a dog who does have medical issues. Bundy is currently doing very well on his heart medication Vetmedin.

Bundy’s new home should be with a family who have another small, friendly dog for company as Bundy does love other dogs.

Bundy has a lovely coat that will require regular grooming, he is a house dog requiring access via a doggie door.

Bundy comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested and she has had a dental. The adoption fee is $395. Bundy is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Bundy, please email Denise

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Oreo

Oreo is a clever little man who has adjusted to life amazingly well without having any sight. We’re not sure how or when Oreo lost his sight so we took him to see Dr Mark Bilson our Opthamologist of choice for an opinion as to whether any treatment or surgery could be done to give Oreo some vision. Unfortunately the specialist thinks that Oreo’s vision loss is related to his brain and as we don’t have any history on Oreo it is even harder to work out his problem.

Despite his blindness Oreo has adjusted well to his foster carers home, he was initially very unsure about what was happening in his world but with time, love and patience he settled in and has gained lots of confidence.

Oreo’s foster carer recently went on holidays for a week so we had to move him to another carer during that time and Oreo quickly showed his new foster carer just how clever he was. He managed to navigate the very busy back garden and to find his way back up the stairs into the house on the first afternoon. Oreo is completely house trained and will hang on all day until his foster carer comes home and takes him out to toilet.

Oreo would be OK as an only dog with a family who is at home more often than not, or if he had a calm doggie buddy that wouldn’t startle him if his new family were at work during the day.

Oreo must have access to the house at all times via a doggie door or an open door. His coat his fairly low maintenance just requiring a brush and a bath every couple of weeks.

Oreo is a gorgeous little dog with a wonderful placid nature, he was impounded because his owners no longer wanted him, they just opened the gate and let him out…when contacted by the pound to say he was in custody the owners surrendered him.

Oreo comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested. The adoption fee is $495. Oreo is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Oreo, please email Denise

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Sundae

Sundae is an enthusiastic, hilarious tripod dog. She has an undeniable zest for life, loves everyone and everything and is completely fearless. Sundae arrived into our care with a bad limp in her front leg, it was quickly discovered that she had an old fracture that had been left unattended and after vet investigation and discussion with multiple specialist we made the decision to amputate as it was causing her pain and discomfort. After her surgery Sundae woke up running, having three legs is certainly not something that has dampened her spirit. Sundae lives with 5 other dogs both big and small, she gets along well with all of them, including the resident cat. Sundae gets walked daily at the local dog beach where she runs, swims and plays with any dog up for a game. She is energetic, however tires reasonably quickly after her daily outing. Sundae is still very much a puppy, she is learning her manners and will need ongoing training to ensure she keeps out of trouble. Sundae is ideally looking for a home with another playful dog, she is great with children however does have a tendency to jump so older children would be better suited to her. Her new home, ideally would have minimal stairs, although she can get up and down stairs without issues the long term impact on her remaining front leg wouldn’t be the best. Sundae will need a good diet to keep her weight down so to not negatively impact her joints, she has a short shedding coat and only requires the occasional bath to keep her smelling fresh! She is house trained and requires access inside at all times.

Sundae comes desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested, and she has had a dental. The adoption fee is $495. Sundae is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Sundae, please email Denise

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Jessie

Jessie is a great dog with a fantastic nature. She has a lot of energy and requires a home with a family who are into exercise/walking their dog every day of the week. Jessie loves to go to the off leash park and runs all over the place, she is extremely good with other dogs and would like a doggie friend in her home who can keep up with her high energy levels. She is extremely affectionate and loves her Mum and Dad foster carers very much. When she originally arrived into care Jessie was afraid of both males and females but as each day passes she becomes more and more confident. Jessie is a house dog, she is house trained and uses a doggie door with ease. Her coat will require regular brushing to keep it free from knots.

Are you up for an energetic dog with all the love in the world to give? Jessie is not suited to apartment living and would love a doggie friend to play with.

Jessie comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested and she has had a dental. The adoption fee is $495. Jessie is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Jessie, please email Denise

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Rebel Wilson

REBEL WILSON is doing extremely well on her diet of mixed veges and metabolic dry and wet food. She still has a few kilos to go and then she can have surgery for her torn cruciate ligament.

Rebel Wilson comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, and heartworm tested. The adoption fee is $495 Rebel is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Rebel, please email Denise

Rebel Wilson comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated, wormed, and heartworm tested. The adoption fee is $495 Rebel is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Rebel, please email Denise

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