Available for interstate adoption
Button ~ 6 year old Miniature Poodle
Very social lady
Small Female Poodle Dog
- Rescue group:
- Dog Rescue Newcastle
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Button is a Miniature Poodle around age 6-7 who becomes her owner’s shadow very quickly. Throughout the day Miss Pretty can’t take her eyes off you for a second. She has a strong look of affection and adoration towards her owner/companion and strives to please. Button can often be found of morning curled up extremely close to you or on the most comfortable spot on the bed. She quickly becomes attached to anyone who gives her a second for attention and love during the day.
Button enjoys going for walks and is good on a leash. She is very playful but is still trying to understand toys. She is incredibly affectionate and will spin in circle many times in a row when excited which is an adorable little quirk particularly when you arrive home.
Button is a very social dog and gets along particularly well with people and other dogs, however her behaviour with cats and children is unknown to us. She is house trained and sleeps in doors and loves comfort particularly on the bed or on her bed if she chooses so. Button has little obedience training however she can quickly grasp the general idea of commands and rules once you get past some minor stubbornness. She is very energetic and requires some exercise if only just a quick walk. She is not a barker.
Button’s ideal home would be someone who enjoys cuddling and expresses lots of affection towards her and would be suited to most situations in which someone is home most of the day or takes the time to have her separation anxiety worked on. She has been housed with her brother Bear and it would be preferential if they were adopted together however we think she would adjust well if separated as she loves to be centre of attention.
For more information or to meet Button, please contact her foster carer Alex on firstname.lastname@example.org. Button is in foster care in Waratah, NSW and is available for adoption interstate.
Button’s adoption fee is $400 and she is desexed, vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms, microchipped, and lifetime registered.
You can see all our available dogs at www.dogrescuenewcastle.com.au
Happy and healthy dog
(1) The first step is to phone or email the foster carer listed on the pet's profile (scroll to the bottom on the description). They can answer your questions and will ask you about the sort of home you are offering and may ask you to fill in our Adoption Questionnaire. Word format: http://www.dogrescuenewcastle.com.au/adopt/adoptionquestionnaire.docx or PDF: http://www.dogrescuenewcastle.com.au/adopt/adoptionquestionnaire.pdf
(2) If the questionnaire is approved you can arrange to meet the pet, usually at the foster carer's home or nearby.
(3) If that goes well we will arrange a property check so we can verify that your home and yard are suitable for the pet you've selected. We will ask to see photo ID.
(4) If both sides agree, then you can pay for and adopt your new family member! The two week trial begins on the day of adoption.
More details of our Adoption Procedure on our website: http://www.dogrescuenewcastle.com.au/adopt.html#procedure