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Small Male Maltese Mix Dog
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Not available for interstate adoption
|Rescue group:||Denise At Paws|
Small but mighty!
Danny Boy is a tiny dog with a big personality, having come from a very neglectful past, Danny is now on the road to recovery and has something to prove!
Danny is cute as a button, he loves a good little snuggle on the couch and loves to get out for a daily stroll around the neighbourhood. He walks a bit funky but after vet investigation this does not cause him pain and is something he has probably had since birth. When Danny first arrived his eyes were is a shocking state, they had hair growing into the corneas and he had chronic dry eye which was left untreated but they have been improving with treatment, he will however require life long eye drops to ensure that he remains comfortable.
Danny was previously left outside so after 13 years, his housetraining is progressing a little slowly but with patience and consistency we think he will get there. He has a high maintenance coat that will require regular grooming to keep him looking fresh and fab!
Danny’s ideal home would be as a single dog where he gets a bucket load of love and attention, he would also be okay with a chilled out female dog. He is great with dogs out and about, usually having a sniff and moving on with his day but can sometimes develop a bit of an attitude towards other dogs he shares a home with.
Danny must have access inside, he is probably not suitable to a family with young children but teens are okay.
Danny comes desexed, microchipped, fully vaccinated and is on flea, worm and heartworm prevention. The adoption fee is $495. Danny is not available for adoption outside of NSW (Except ACT). If you would like further information on Danny 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
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.