Available for interstate adoption
Bear ~ 6 yo Miniature Poodle
Loves dogs and people
Small Male Poodle Dog
- Rescue group:
- Dog Rescue Newcastle
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Bear is a Miniature poodle around age 6-7. There is not a second in the day where he Is not looking up at his companion with a look of adoration from directly under their feet. He appreciates cuddles and affection above all and is desperate for love and attention. He quickly becomes very attached to his owner particularly when show the required attention.
Bear is a very lively dog who likes to exercise, however is still grasping the idea of toys. He is incredibly affectionate when his owner returns and often gives very adorable standing hugs. Bear is a very tolerant dog and is very little trouble to groom or clean up.
Bear is a very social dog and gets along well with other dogs and people. His behaviour with cats and children is unknown. He is house trained and sleeps indoors and loves to be either cuddle up next to his companion or on his bed when he needs some space. Bear has little obedience training but is quite clever and picks up commands quite quickly and once rules are established he tends to follow. He is not a big barker however he will sometimes yap at birds and neighbour’s dogs but isn’t very persistent about it.
Bear’s ideal home would be someone with some energy, particularly a younger woman as he seems to take to them very quickly however he would adapt to most situation where someone is home most of the day or is willing to get him trained to address his separation anxiety. He is currently housed with his sister Button and it would be preferred if they were adopted together however we think he would adjust well if separated as he can be independent from her at times currently.
For more information or to meet Bear, please contact her foster carer Alex on email@example.com. Bear is in foster care in Waratah, NSW and is available for adoption interstate.
Bear’s adoption fee is $400 and he 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