Thursday, October 28, 2010

Pappy

Pappy has been happily rehomed.
Pappy is off to Canberra to his new home!
Pappy is a gorgeous Chihuahua male about 14 months old. Due to family circumstances Pappy has been surrendered and is now looking for a new home with tonnes of love for him - he retruns thislove a hundred fold!! He is just such a gentle little soul and begs for attention and being picked up and cuddled. He is totally toilet trained. His loving family have done a wonderful job in training Pappy. He will be OK for older children in a family situation.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Joey


Joey has been happily rehomed.
Joey is a lovely little quiet boy of about 8 1/2 years, a Chihuahua cross, weighting in at about 3 kg, very fine bones and long legs. He has lived all his life on a small farm with one other farm dog. Joey lived mostly inside with the family and is toilet trained. Will not be suitable for children. He just wants to be "with" you; very alert and intelligent.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Oden

Oden has been happily rehomed.
Oden is a male Chihuahua of very young age.
More details after he sees the vet 20/10/2010. Very friendly once he gets to know you, a cuddly!

Byron

Byron has been happily rehomed.
Byron is a male Chihuahua. The friendliest little man, very loving. More details after he sees the vet on Tuesday 20th October 2010. He is very young.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Bonnie





Bonnie came in with Oscar, but they can be placed separately. Bonnie is definitely a Chihuahua cross Pomeranian - very dainty, tiny little thing. Her coat was very matted, so, thanks to Maria, she has been been clipped and now feels a lot better. She has been desexed, immunized, microchipped etc.
Bonnie is the friendliest little girl and will follow you everywhere. We are seekling a VERY quiet home fo
r her where she will be the only little dog to get all the attention she so rightly deserves. Many thanks for the generous donation from Maria which allowed us to have Bonnie clipped. Bonnie is toilet trained to use an open door or a doggy door.
Does not like birds though - chases them away from her food bowl!

How hard is it to say goodbye to each of these little dogs? We take them in from some
horrible situations - not always, but sometimes.
We handle them; train them; love them; teach them to trust humans; fall in love with them!! Then the natural progress is to re- home them in, what we hope, will be
a permanent loving home.
We said "goodbye" to Bonnie on 2nd December 2010. She caught the doggie bus to Sydney.
On left - waiting in our car for the "bus"!
On the right - on the
bus! and "the bus!!

Oscar


Oscar is a pure Pom of statuescue appearance, a very handsome fellow.
Friendly with humans, not suitable for children though. He has been surrendered by an elderly lady so he is now looking for a permanent home. He has been desexed, microchipped, immunized etc. Many thanks to Maria for her very generous donation which allowed us to have Oscar clipped. He is an extremely handsome little fellow - just gorgeous!! Oscar after clipping on right. On the left in his full coat.
Oscar is completely toilet trained to go outside either through an open door or a doggy door. He loves to have a tummy tickle! He is estimated to be about 2 to 3 years of age.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Misty

Misty has found a new Mummy

Misty is a two year old Chi crossed with "something", but whatever it is, she is the most gentle loving delightful little dog! Misty has had a pretty hard life being shifted from address to address constantly, watching her "mum" being badly treated; being locked in the bathroom for hours and days on end. Despite all this, or maybe because of it, Misty is ready to offer her whole heart, body, and soul to someone who will love and protect her. She is a bigger "small dog" weighing in at 5 kg.
Misty will be desexed, immunized, microchipped, flea treated, and wormed before she goes to her new home.
We wish to offer very grateful thanks to Victoria D. for saving this little girl from such a hard life, and especially for donating $100 towards her veterinary treatments. Many thanks, Victoria!

October 2010 Donations


Victoria D. donated $100 towards the vet fees for Misty, Anne $50, Christine, Ewhen, and Chee Chee $50, Elizabeth and Rex $25, Maria T. $100 especially to be used for clipping Bonnie and Oscar!, Jacqui our wonderful dog groomer and clipper is coming over on Sunday to clip Bonnie and Oscar as they are terribly matted and skin is very sore, Mr and Mrs Brown, in loving memory of Julia Joy Brown, 1/5/1997 to 21/9/2010, $100, with many thanks!
Julia just LOVED travelling with her Mum and Dad!
Ritchies Stores $14.49, with many thanks.
600 cans of all natural Senior Dog (various meats) and Brown Rice Stew, Innova Flex brand, donated by PET GOODS DIRECT CRANBOURNE, Shop 15, Cranbourne Homemaker Centre, Cnr Sth Gippsland H/way and Thompsons Rd., Cranbourne. They are open to the public and supply all pet requirements, 7 days a week. Thank you for such a wonderful donation!