Possum is cute, cuddly and ready to party.
This four month old leggy lady is some kind of Jack Russell mix who has found herself in need of a home of her very own.
Possum is currently in foster care with two other dogs and spends her days wrestling with her new found friends and cuddling on the couch with her carers. Possum’s ideal home is with another playful pooch and a family who will not only give her a whole lot of love but commit to ongoing training and help her gain confidence in the big wide world.
Whilst Possum can be a little shy upon first meet, she quickly realises that life’s a party and she is indeed a party animal! She still has all the fun puppy traits like chewing things she probably shouldn’t, so a family that understands the importance of managing her environment to keep her out of trouble is needed.
Possum is still learning that it’s okay to be left alone sometimes, she has improved dramatically with help from her foster fur siblings and will continue to blossom in the right environment. This little scruff is totally gorgeous and must have access inside as she pleases, she’s not suited to a home where she will be left alone in the backyard.
She has a wirey coat that requires the occasional bath and brush to keep her looking drop, dead gorgeous.
Possum comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated and is on flea, worm and heartworm prevention. The adoption fee is $495. Possum is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Possum please email Denise
Pansy’s foster carer is getting to know her and more information will be available soon. Pansy will need to go to a home with another little doggie pal.
Pansy comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated and is on flea, worm and heartworm prevention. The adoption fee is $495. Pansy is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Pansy please email Denise
Meet our Scottie who we think is the sweetest 10 year old Australian Terrier on the planet! In his previous life Scottie spent most of his time living under a house which was very sad and lonely for him, since coming to DAP everything has changed and he is now living the good life with a very loving foster carer and her family which includes another dog.
Scottie has a sweet nature, he enjoys cuddling next to you on the couch and has now developed a liking for leisurely afternoon strolls around the local dog park. Scottie’s hearing and eyesight are not brilliant so a home with a nice little fur friend for company and one who would help him navigate the big wide world that he has only just started to discover would be amazing. Small children are probably not a good idea as being slightly deaf Scottie does startle when there is a lot of loud screaming and yelling going on around him. Due to his previous existence, Scottie would also love a home where his hooman is retired or works from home as contact with hoomans is very important to him. Scottie is great with other dogs and his foster Mum says he is a perfect gentleman. He has met horses and cats on his outings but Scottie is not the least bit interested in them.
Scottie comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated and is on flea, worm and heartworm prevention. The adoption fee is $495. Scottie is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Scottie please email Denise
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