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Jess was surrendered due to accommodation issues, the landlord put the rent up significantly, the owner could not afford the increase so had to move. They could not find a place that allowed pets in their price range. Jess is a good natured pup, slightly timid and not well socialised, very clingy until she gets to know you then she becomes a typical Australian Cattle dog cross pup. She is very people centric and wants to be with you all the time so would not go well in a household that works full time. She needs someone around most of the time. She gets on very well with other dogs, she tends to be submissive. It would be great if there is another dog in the household that is confident and laid back for her to play with and learn from. She is a very bright young lady who is eager to learn so who be very good at obedience or any of the dog sports. She needs to be a apart of an active household with lots of things to do, places to see and new experiences. She would be an active young persons good mate, she loves the water too!
HappyPaws Haven is fussy about who adopts these animals and where they are housed and cared for. The adoption criteria is documented as a questionnaire and strictly adhered to. We do not adopt animals to people who rent unless they are long term rental at the same address and have landlords written permission.
We ask if they have thought about the attributes they want in a dog, lifestyle, childrens ages, prepared to train, etc. We also talk about responsible pet ownership, fully fenced yards, hours unattended etc. and finally a vet reference.
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.