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Recently re-homed & correspondence update

Pink Collar Female - Delta August 2018 Female   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
Red Collar Male Comet August 2018 Male   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
Kara formerly Karma August 2018 Female   Age: 2
Photo of Rescue Dog Kara is now looking for her forever home
Slayer now Apache August 2018 Male   Age: 3
Photo of Rescue Dog Slayer, 3 years old, Male.

Slayer has the most beautiful nature. He is absolutely in love with children and is amazingly gentle with them. He gets along fantastically with other dogs, but no cats or pocket pets.

He loves going for long walks however he is equally as happy to be at home with you - he just wants to be with you. For a Husky he's fairly chilled and will love to spend the nights curled up on your bed, so a home where he's allowed to be inside a lot and on your couch is ideal. His perfect day would be any day spent entirely with his people, food followed by a nice walk, some games in the yard and some time curled up with you.
His name might be fully heavy metal but his personality and love of snuggling are more easy listening.

Slayer would make the perfect new band member for a active family!!!
Bella August 2018 Female   Age: 5 Years
Photo of Rescue Dog Hello my name is Miss Bella or Bella or Bels and I’m 5 years old.
I’d like to take a moment of your time to tell you about my favourite things,
I enjoy the company of people, going to markets and meeting new humans. I like humans because they give great belly rubs. I think I’d be good in a home with adults but maybe older children who are supervised or teenagers might be cool (I’m told my foster person that all kids should be supervised around dogs anyways)
I Like car rides, rides mean I’m off on an adventure! I’m told I’m a good girl and behave well in the car so I’m proud of that.
Another of my favourite things is Sleeping on nice comfy, soft beds! In fact I think your bed would be excellent but don’t worry I’m happy to share in exchange for one of my other favourite things, cuddles and belly rubs!

I’m not too sure about meeting other dogs initially but once I’m properly introduced I’m fine. I think I’d like dogs about my size rather than smaller fluffy dogs if they are to be house mates and while I haven’t been introduced to cats and other pocket sized pets, I am a typical Husky so that’s maybe not the best idea.

And my most favourite thing is Walks! The foster human says I should be proud of my skills of not pulling on the lead while out walking, apparently you humans like that.

Oh and my most favourite of all? cuddles and belly rubs!
Black Collar Female - Willow August 2018 Female   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
Green Collar Female - Kenai August 2018 Female   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
No Collar Male - Rupert August 2018 Male   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
No Collar Female - Mischka August 2018 Female   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
Rose August 2018 Female   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
Blue Collar Male - Loki August 2018 Male   Age: 8 weeks
Photo of Rescue Dog Very very cute crying sleeping puppy
Shadow July 2018 Female   Age: 11 mths
Photo of Rescue Dog Shadow is a black & white 11 month old girl
Paddy now Zeus July 2018 Male   Age: 1 yr
Photo of Rescue Dog Paddy has found a furever home

This handsome guy is Paddy.

We think his name was patty but we decided that he was due for some luck and a chance to find that wonderful forever home at the end of the rainbow so Paddy it became.

Paddy’s story hasn’t had the best of starts and we don’t think he’s had much socialisation and possibly not a lot of loving. For whatever his past owners reason, something about pigeons being tasty (come on, he’s a dog and a Husky at that) he was taken to the vet to be put down.

But actually that was the day Paddy’s luck changed!
He was noticed by a rescuer and the vet clinic were also aware of his situation so they sprang into action, with everyone aware they only had that day to get him safe. Luckily for him while he was at the vets he was signed over to them instead and promptly desexed and vaccinated.

We received a call that morning which was followed by a mad scramble by us and a bit of luck with the traffic later, Paddy was safely in a car relay off to temporary foster in the nick of time. At only 12mths old he definitely deserves a second chance.

From all reports he was good for the vet staff, quite while he was waiting, walked nicely on his lead and the first thing he did when we met him was to lean in for a scratch, bit of a charmer to be sure.

He needs a foster career who understands the breed and is happy to work with this cutie to give him the help he needs in over coming his not so great start. Ideally he’d suit a foster home without young children, he’ll appreciate help in getting used to feet, tails and sensitive parts being touched and without another dog while he learns all about the world.

Could you be the one who special human who captures the heart of this lucky leprechaun?

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