Ginny needs a foster carer
08 Dec, 2023
Interstate adoption (VIC only)
I'd prefer a home that
Doesn't have cats
Doesn't have kids under 5
Doesn't have kids from 6 to 12
Little miss Ginny
Ginny’s requirements in her new home,
- A new family that can continue training her and help her feel more confident.
- Patient, understanding owners that can advocate for her when she is feeling shy and timid.
- A family that will take her for walks, to lakes and space to run.
- Another dog in the family. An Adult Male Desexed Playful Dog (not a puppy or senior).
- A yard big enough for her to play in with secure fencing.
- An inside/outside lifestyle with the option to sleep inside.
Meet Ginny, happy little orange girl that will make someone's family full.
Ginny came into our care very timid and shy and is looking for a family that understands her needs and can offer her training to help her feel more confident.
Ginny is timid, shy and may bark when first meeting new people, she is a little standoffish towards men and when given time to feel comfortable she becomes the biggest cuddle bug ever. Ginny’s carer is working on her being more confident but she will need more training.
Ginny loves a good run; swim and she walks great on a harness. Ginny is just like any other puppy and will need training, especially to help her gain confidence around strangers and men.
Ginny loves having doggie friends to play with. Not suited to a home with cats or small animals
Ginny’s toilet training is improving as she gets older and when she has access to outside, she rarely has any accidents, she would be great with a doggy door. Ginny is looking for an inside-outside lifestyle.
*PLEASE read the ‘profile’ and ‘adoption details’ thoroughly before enquiring with a detailed email. *
*Please only apply if you are ready to meet and adopt this pet now, and if all family members are in support of the adoption. *
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If you believe one of our animals would be a good match for your home please send us a detailed email us with some information about the people and any other animals in your home as well as the type of lifestyle you can offer a new rescue pet. We are volunteerswho run the rescue around families, paid employment and other commitments so your patience is appreciated.
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