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Meet Banjo SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17th at 18 Claremont St, South Yarra from 12pm-3pm (or until adopted).
You MUST attend the event to adopt this pup. Emailing or calling the shelter is not considered an application or expression of interest.
Big boy Banjo is looking for an active, outgoing family to spend his life with.
The forever people he is looking for will be sociable like him. You will spend time in your yard playing with Banjo, take him on adventures and of course training, training, training. Not training a super smart dog like Banjo is absolutely wasting his potential.
Stunning Banjo is a 9 week old Border Collie blend who would make an awesome running buddy when he is old enough to venture out into the world. He is just as happy messing around with his siblings or lying in your arms.
Obedience training is vital for every puppy, but even more so for working breeds like Banjo. He needs the mental stimulation that training will give him, and really, who wants a super smart, unruly adult dog? His new family will be keen to go to training classes and really bring out the potential in this wonderful little fellow.
Come and meet him on SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17th at 18 Claremont St, South Yarra. He will be participating in speed dating from 12pm to 1pm and then interviews for his perfect match will commence from 1pm onwards.
How does it work?
We take names of interested adopters from when our Pets Haven staff arrive. Some people do arrive and line up early. We cannot guarantee you an interview, because you show up. If the first or second person in line is a perfect match, we will not continue to interview all afternoon for the same dog. It is in the dogs best interest to start their new life asap. We also may limit the amount of names we take for a dog, if the numbers are overwhelming, because we don't want you to wait around all day for no reason.
Experienced Pets Haven staff & volunteers will be interviewing potential adopters. Our main concern is that we find the right match for the dog/pup in question, we cannot unfortunately please everyone and you may not be the right fit for the dog you are meeting.
Any rude, aggressive or threatening behaviour to our staff, volunteers, animals or Yarra One employees and you will be asked to leave and not be welcome at the event.
Dogs going to this event will not be available prior to this time to meet or adopt. And all information we have on our animals is contained in their profile.
Banjo has been:
Wormed and flea treatment given
Adoption fee $500.00
Every item purchased at our shelter or clinic goes directly back into helping the animals in our care. In light of this we have prepared an adoption pack for your new dog.
The adoption pack is not negotiable.
(for more information regarding our adoption pack please click on the link below)
Our aim is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home orphaned and homeless animals.
We do not and will never euthanise animals for economic reasons.
Unlimited veterinary care will be provided for any animal that comes into our care.
We temperament test every animal prior to accepting them into our shelter. If we accept a dog with a mild behavioural problem (such as jumping up, pulling on the lead etc) we will address this at the advice of a qualified dog trainer.
Euthanasia will only occur if:
On the advice of a veterinarian, they are diagnosed incurably ill and the prognosis is not favourable
If the animal displays a temperament which is deemed high risk.
We believe in responsibly giving all life a chance.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.