Red Hill, QLD
12 years 3 months
26 Feb, 2024
Interstate adoption (QLD only)
Has received heartworm preventative
I'd prefer a home that
Doesn't have kids under 5
Doesn't have kids from 6 to 12
Name : Diva
Age: 12 years old
Weight: 6 kg
Wormed : Yes
Cat Friendly : possibly
Dog Friendly: Yes
Child Friendly : Over 10 years
Fence type required : Normal ( inside dog)
Location : Red Hill
Adoption fee: $395
Meet Diva, a 12-year-old Maltese looking for a loving home! This sweet girl is 6 kg of pure cuddles and loves to spend her days getting belly rubs. She's been desexed and microchipped, and is up to date on all her vaccinations and worming treatments. Diva is well socialised with other dogs, though we don't know how she feels about cats yet. She can live with children over 10 years old as she is a little old lady that doesn’t liked to be handled too much . She came to us very unkempt and uncared for. Underweight and extremely matted. Our friends at Paws and Claws at Mango Hill Qld helped her and made her feel normal again. As an inside dog, she doesn't require any special fencing, just a normal secure fence . Diva is currently located in Red Hill, and her adoption fee is $395. If you're looking for a loyal companion that will brighten your days with love and affection, then look no further than Diva!
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The adoption process is as follows.
1. Please Apply here
2. Please include as much information as possible, ask questions in the comments section of the application.
3. All suitable applicants will be contacted via phone and given a phone interview.
4. After the phone interview we will make arrangements for you to meet the dog. ALL PEOPLE LIVING IN THE HOME MUST ATTEND MEETING
5. After meeting, and if all parties are agreeable, we will have a home inspection.
Generally we ask the you go home and consider everything you’ve learnt. Discuss with family, sleep on it and contact us the next day.
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An adoption fee applies to each animal to cover only the basic veterinary procedures, and each adoption goes out on a 21 day settling in period, if the dog is returned in this period, and you’ve spoken to our trainer for assistance, and the dog is returned in good health, mentally and physically, and all their belongings and paperwork are returned, then we provide a refund less $50 admin fee. This is not a trial, but in case of any unknown or unforeseen circumstances.