Not available for interstate adoption
Looking for love
Small Male Maltese Dog
- Rescue group:
- Denise At Paws
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Sonny is a calm, older gentleman who likes nothing more than relaxing after a hard days work!
Sonny is a compact little Maltese that currently shares his home with a few other dogs, he doesn’t mind their company but human company is best and would suit a retired couple that are after a dog to take on strolls around the neighbourhood, help with the gardening and watch TV with.
Sonny is a sweet boy, he likes the simple life but occasionally this comes with a side of attitude, whilst these moments of grumpiness are only fleeting, his new family need to understand that he simply can’t be all sugar and no spice!
Sonny is housetrained, has a coat that requires regular grooming and is also on medication for epilepsy, his seizures are very controlled and this medication is fairly inexpensive.
Sonny comes desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested, and he has had a dental. The adoption fee is $325. Sonny is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Sonny, please email Denise
If you are interested in adopting one of our rescue dogs please email and tell us all about your family, other pets, lifestyle, accommodation and anything else relevant to your enquiry, this information helps us to know if the dog you are enquiring about will suit your family. As all of our rescue dogs are in foster care in private homes we know what our dogs want and need to keep them happy when they are adopted by their new family. Home visits are done to check fencing, meet family members and other animals in the home. Once the home check is complete you are welcome to visit the dog in his foster home and all going well the dog will go on a two week trial with your family. We are always happy to extend the trial period if necessary. If for any reason at any time the adoption fails please contact us immediately, we will always take our dogs back into care