5 years 10 months
11 Oct, 2021
|Interstate adoption (WA only)|
About Mac DL2704
Mac is a big boy and everything about him is big; his size, his appetite, and his love!
Mac loves nothing more than to be part of whatever you are doing and will just chill out wherever you are. Mac loves his daily walks, and upon returning home, he is more than happy to entertain himself with his Kong ball or laze the rest of the day away.
Mac loves meeting new people especially if free pats are on offer. He is excellent with other dogs and is currently in foster care with two other dogs who he loves to play with. He hasn't yet met cats or kids. He is house trained, uses a large doggy door, and will even go out to pee at night before bed when told to.
Mac is working hard to learn his manners and has already learnt sit! He is a fast learner and is ready to learn everything you plan to teach him. He is relaxed dog who is a joy to have in the home, the only time he gets into mischief is when he's thinking with his stomach (he's just training you to keep food packed away!).
A big dog, Mac needs a strong and patient leader to keep him in line, but he is eager to please. Mac has a beautiful sweet soul and just wants to find ‘his’ people to share it with!
Large dog lovers - this is the dog for you. Email DFLadoption@gmail.com today if you'd love to meet Big Mac.
At 45kg, Mac is a large sized adult dog. He has just had some lumps removed and results came back clear. He is currently being treated for an ear infection.
1. Email DFLadoption@gmail.com to contact our Adoption Team & we will send you an expression of interest form to return
2. Successful applicants will then have a 'Meet & Greet' with the dog and their carer, along with a volunteer home visit & fence check, before beginning a trial period with the dog to ensure a great match for all involved.
DFL dogs are vaccinated, micro chipped & desexed prior to adoption (or at 6 months as a condition of adoption).
If a dog is listed as "Foster Carer Needed", they are looking for a temporary home in Perth metro while their vet work is completed and while they wait for their forever home. They may also be fostered with the view to adoption. Please email us for more information.
1. Email DFLrescue@gmail.com to contact our Foster Team & we will send you a foster application form to return
2. Foster care applicants will then have a volunteer home visit & fence check, and a 'Meet & Greet' with the dog and their carer/rescue representative, before commencing foster care.
Sorry we can’t take calls, as our rescue is run entirely by volunteers, but we endeavour to respond to your email as soon as possible. Your patience is greatly appreciated.