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Contact :
Mrs Mara Herba
Location :
near Canberra NSW
Phone :
02 6236 6404
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KARLI - Available now 19 March 2017

Karli - a black and white female with blue eyes who was found straying on the Pacific Highway. Born 19 June 2011, she is an older, settled Husky.

When found, the owner details on her microchip had not been updated, and no former owner wanted her back. We were asked to take her for fostering, and have found Karli delightful, and she has since been taught to Sit, Drop and Roll.

Clean, affectionate and so very cuddly, she practically asks you for a hug - in between needing 2 walks daily, or a run in a dog park (fully fenced, of course!) She has a shorter coat which is easier to keep brushed and clean. She is on the small size for a Husky, but is too strong for a young child to walk.

Karli has had 7 homes that we know of, so a stable and permanent home is essential. So she is very accepting of all the changes in her life, is friendly towards all people she meets and enjoys the company of other dogs - not showing any aggression, even when pushed.

Karli deserves a home where she is wanted and will be loved and cared for. She has a happy and optimistic outlook on life - just wanting to share her affections with a family. She must be permitted to spend time indoors with you as your faithful and loving companion.

The home must not have cats or pocket pets as she will chase and grab. There is no compromise on this issue. If you have a cat - DON'T ASK about this Husky

Karli has a healthy appetite and crunches raw meaty bones easily - her diet here is raw chicken carcasses and wings, with some lamb flaps for variety.

Located near Canberra, your inquiries are welcome.
Karli will go on a 4 week trial to see how she settles in with your family and lifestyle. Donation: $100
Follow up care and advice is always available

Mara Herba Phone: 02 6236 6404
siberians@ozemail.com.au



Date Added : 19-Mar-17
Contact :
Mrs Mara Herba
Location :
near Canberra NSW
Phone :
02 6236 6404
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Available now 19 March 2017

Eddard was found wandering on the streets of Canberra in early December 2016 and had been attacked by large dogs, resulting in puncture wounds over his hindquarters. He was shaved to keep the area clean, and neutered at the same time. The wounds have healed, and so has his soul.

Born on 9 January 2015, and just turned 2 years old, Eddard ready to start a new life with your family. He is now eager and anxious to go home with you - initially on a 4 week trial.

His new home must have secure fences, and you must have a commitment to taking him to weekly dog obedience training classes, and to daily exercise - either jogging, power walking or even trotting beside a bicycle (all on leash, of course).

Eddard is a young mature adult who LOVES being walked regularly without being over-excited or over energetic. He enjoys car rides, is quiet and settled when in the house and must be included in family activities. This is not a dog who can be left alone in the back yard and that is not the sort of home who will get Eddard.

Eddard deserves a home where he is wanted and will be loved and cared for. He has a happy and optimistic outlook on life - just wanting to share his love with a family.

We will provide an information pack, on-going advice and resources as needed.

Eddard is located near Canberra, your enquiries are welcome

We are asking a $ 100 donation for Eddard

He goes on a 4 week trial to see how he settles in with the family and lifestyle. Follow up care and advice is always available

Mara Herba Phone: 02 6236 6404

siberians@ozemail.com.au



Date Added : 19-Mar-17
Contact :
Mel
Location :
Melbourne VIC
Phone :
0431906177
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Delta | 4yo | f |
Delta was rescued from a puppy mill. Having suffered immense neglect at the hands of humans Delta is still learning to trust and slowly beginning to experience the joys of being a much loved companion. Having been with us for many months now, Delta is about ready for a new home. Delta's new home will need to understand that she cannot be made to do things that other dogs do. We will help you build her confidence and also push her gently out of her comfort zone from time to time. When Delta is unsure, she uses her typical husky solution 101 - stubbornness. And that's OK. It's how she copes, and with our help it's also how she learns.
Delta has some 'musts' for her new home to ensure she's able to cope and progress:
- At least one other dog of medium/large size (husky is ideal)
- Confident and well rounded dog (not a fearful, reactive or submissive type)
- No young children (teens & over)
- Must have daily routine
- Secure yard
- No cats, livestock or pocket pets
Since entering our care Delta has made solid progress, she can now:
- be in the same room as people!
- go for a gentle walk or sit at a cafe (must have another dog)
- visit quiet fenced in dog parks
- loves sleeping in her crate - her 'safe' place
- will take treats from the hand - if they are to her liking!
- approach strangers to around one metre
- understand household routine and patterns like walks, bed time etc
If you want a dog that will focus on you and always be near you - Delta is not the dog for you. Whilst huge progress has been made, it is likely she will always prefer the company of other dogs over people. In time we are hopeful that Delta will begin to seek human companionship and even affection. In situations where she is nervous, outside the home and new locations she will stick close to her Foster Hero so we do know she can form bonds and trust, but it is a slow road to travel.
Delta can be in the same room or yard as people, including strangers, however her preference at this stage is not to be. She does seem to prefer the outdoors to indoors. With routine she can be instructed to go to bed of a night time etc There are some things Delta is not happy about - but she will tolerate them. For example baths and administration of medication. She does need to be cornered and would evade if possible, once captured however she 'puts up with it'. Be prepared for the eyes of betrayal and cold shoulder afterwards though :) From time to time, Delta has 'bouts of dog' where she may do a little zoomie dance and a round of excitable barks.
The other dogs in Delta's new home do need to be of similar or larger size and be confident. Having come from a 'free for all' of dogs she does get along with other dogs but can be pushy around things she wants like food. If the other dog tells her to back off she will, however if the other dog allows her to rule she will take advantage of this.
MC # 900164001249491 Adoption fee $350



Date Added : 13-Mar-17
Contact :
Mel
Location :
Melbourne VIC
Phone :
0431906177
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Sienna | 1y 7mo | f | Siberian Husky

Young Sienna is a beautiful girl who despite her short life so far has already experienced multiple tragedies and neglect.

Since coming into care Sienna has learned a lot, but she still has a way to go.

Sienna came to use with no training and no boundaries but her Foster Hero's are doing a great job of instilling some manners.
She is toilet trained for the most part (doesn't have access to bedrooms as she pee's on bed's when no one is looking!!)
She can sit and wait for her dinner meals or treats and is learning to walk nicely on a correction leash.
Sienna has only ever lived in an adult home and whilst she has been appropriate with children she has met we would prefer any children to be aged 12+ , particularly in a multi-dog home where rough play will occur.

Cats, birds, pocket pets, livestock you name it - she wants to get it! So her new home must not have any of these.

Sienna likes to interact with other dogs, but she can be rude and will try to take the top spot of the pack, unless she really has to submit. She likes to play in the typical rough husky way so ideally she will have a Husky play mate in her new home. Initially she will try to boss other dogs, but in her foster pack she has settled for spot no 2 after a week of pushing did not budge Mr Kobalt from his throne. Foster sister Akira (who couldn't care who was boss!) is now her bestie and they like to cuddle together on the couch after playing non-stop for hours.

She has always lived with other dogs so we would prefer a companion for her in her new home, however we would consider a home as an only dog provided her owner was home a lot.
Small dogs are a no-go for Sienna at present and she will require further socialisation in this area as she will lunge towards them. Sienna's new furever home will be able to start this acclimatisation process through initial group obedience training which will be paid for by ARV upon adoption.

Sienna has not shown to be an escape artist but will dig a 'Husky hole' to keep cool. She will require 6ft secure fencing and daily exercise in her new home.

Breed experienced preferred.

Adoption fee $400
MC# 956000005901262

Sienna has been x-rayed and diagnosed with very mild hip displaysia in her rear legs. Sometimes when standing up or when moving about on slippery floors she tends to lose her back end out from under her. Our vets have advised this is likely not due to the displaysia as it is so minimal. She does have some muscle wastage in her rear end which is likely contributing to this issue.
In essence they cannot say for sure why she stumbles occasionally. It's important that her new home are aware of this. She should not participate in strenuous activities like sledding but still needs brisk daily exercise. In the future she could potentially require treatment if the condition worsens and she may be affected by arthritis earlier than expected.



Date Added : 13-Mar-17
Contact :
Mel
Location :
Melbourne VIC
Phone :
0431906177
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Mia | 2 years 9 Months | Female | Siberian Husky
Mia is a typical young bouncy husky. She loves to go places, do new things and meet new people. Mia is looking for home who understands her Husky ways. The ideal family will have breed experience, older children such as teenagers due to Mia's boisterousness and definitely no cats or pocket pets as they would become lunch. Mia will need some ongoing training to walk nicely on lead and ensure she is a well mannered dog. She can't be off-lead in open spaces as she will not come back. Mia is very keen on your attention, so she could suit a home as an only dog. That being said she has lived with another husky and she got along well with him. She is a bit too full on for the small canines. Mia will need a home with 6ft secure fencing and a commitment to daily exercise.
MC# 982000356472177
Adoption Fee: $400
Not cat friendly
Not pocket pet friendly
Suitable with older children/teens
Gets along with other dogs
Basic training Toilet trained



Date Added : 13-Mar-17
Contact :
Mirella
Location :
Melbourne VIC
Phone :
0478663077
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Odin
Surrendered to the pound due to no fault of his own.
Odin is under socialised with other dogs however he is very playful once he feels comfortable with his doggies companions. He can be defensive upon first meeting and may require 2 or 3 meet n greets, or a couple of days of controlled interaction before he feels entirely comfortable with another dog. To help him transition as easily as possible Odin's perfect companion would be a submissive female dog who is also active and playful. Medium and large size dogs would be most appropriate and ideally Odin will go to a home with another Husky for company as he has a very husky play style. He Is not good with the small fluffies.
Mr Odin has energy to burn! Foster mum takes him running daily so his new home will need to be active. Odin does pull on the lead when walking but group obedience and further training will help Odin in this area, as well as helping to develop his basic training as it is clear he has not received much attention in the past. ARV will pay for Odin's new families enrolment in a parter training school upon adoption as we believe this is crucial to success with many young huskies.
Out and about Odin does get distracted so he needs to be kept on lead.
Around the home he is an affectionate boy who enjoys a smooch with his people and a snuggle with his foster sister.
As he has always lived with other dogs if he goes to a home without one it would be best if people were around a lot, and there will be some work to be done to teach him how to cope alone.
He needs an active and preferably breed experienced home who will be committed to him for the rest of his life, no matter what.
Like most young huskies Odin does have high prey drive and will need a home with 6ft secure digproof fences as well as a commitment to daily exercise and training.
Odin has not lived with children before.
To adopt Odin visit www.arcticrescue.org.au/adopt
Adoption fee $400
MC # 956000004376694



Date Added : 2-Mar-17
Contact :
Mel
Location :
Geelong VIC
Phone :
0431906177
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Luna | 14mo | f | Siberian Husky

Lovely Lady Luna is so named as she really has a sweet and gentle temperament, under the disguise of her innocently stunning Husky looks :)

Luna loves the company of other dogs and must go to a home with at least one other dog for company. She gets along with both males and females, but is a bit too curious on the smalls so medium to large size dogs are best. A Husky playmate would be ideal.
She is in foster with two Huskies that have quickly become her BFF's, she also lives with two Chihuahua crosses and interacts well when supervised but for safety's sake she is never left unsupervised with them. Chihuahua's are fierce after all :) :) :)

Luna's Foster Family have teenage children and she is suited well to this, she enjoy's their company. Luna has not interacted with children under teens so we are looking for a home with older children.
She's quite an affectionate girl and enjoys a good cuddle on the couch, Luna will need inside access to the home whilst people are home. 'Backyard dog' is not in Luna's future.

Toys are fun, destroying toys is the main objective, those teeth were made for chewing, and that's just what they'll do. She's pretty good at not chewing things she shouldn't, but toys be aware you are destined for the nom-noms.

Luna can suffer from some separation anxiety so needs a home with someone home more often than not.
She is able to spend time home without people present but at this stage the lengths should not be too long, full time hours would be too much for her. Her new family should work on helping her to feel comfortable home alone for increasing periods of time.

She's also been a serial escape artist in the past so secure fencing is a must. 6ft + digproof minimum.
She will need regular daily exercise and training.
Luna's Foster Hero's have begun her basic training and she is progressing well. She has taken to loose leash walking very quickly.

Luna's adopters will be enrolled in a weekly group obedience course, included in her adoption fee to help continue this training and help her settle into her new home.

Being a Husky Luna does have high prey drive, she will need a home without cats, pocket pets or livestock. She will also need to be exercised on leash or in fenced areas when outside the home as she has no recall at this stage.

Luna has grade 2 luxating patella in her left hind leg. This means no surgery is required at this stage, however she should not do excessive exercise, or be put in higher strain situations (eg no sledding). At this stage we've not had any issues with it so far during normal walking and play with other dogs but it does have the potential to pop out. In the future Luna may require pain relief, or surgery if the condition worsens.

MC # 900032002656496

Adoption Fee: $400

Luna is vet-checked, vaccinated, microchipped, flea & worm treated.



Date Added : 2-Mar-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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PANDA
9 month old female
Adoption Fee: $450 (Includes GST, desexing, current C5 vaccination, negative heartworm test and microchipping transferred to new owners)

There is one surefire way to brighten your day, no matter how bad it is and that is a few good ol’ panda Youtube clips. Those adorable, crazy, cuddly fellas will cheer you up in no time. The downside to this is that it's almost certain that you could never have your very own Panda at home. Or could you?

I am a young and playful Panda pup and still have much to learn, like how to stop when running at full speed; and that not all dogs appreciate Husky biteyface play. But despite this, I'm quite the social butterfly and friendly with most dogs, as long as they can handle my playful disposition. I think any future doggy siblings need to be as crazy as me and at least my size or larger. I would hate to hurt a little one by playing too rough.

The same would go for the other pups in the house, the people kind. I can get a little carried away when I play and I wouldn’t mean to knock them over or play-nibble them, but if they were under school age I might be a bit too much for them. Sorry, but cats and other small pets are a definite no-go too!

People make my world go 'round and to make sure I don’t lose you, I'll follow you from room to room. I'd love a family that is home more often than not and would include me in family life with trips the dog park and lots of walks to explore new places. I currently live with two Husky boys and I'm happy in their company when my foster family have to go out. I haven't shown any inclination to dig under or jump over fences, so as long as your fences are a minimum of 5ft and secure, I should be happy enough to wait for you safely at home.

Just like a cheeky panda cub, I love treats and toys, so much so, that I like to steal everyone else’s all for myself. I'm ready to find my perfect new home, so if you have read my profile and think you have just the right home, then pop over and fill out an application form - http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 1-Mar-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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DEZI
8 year old male
Adoption Fee: $350 (Includes GST, desexing, current C5 vaccination, negative heartworm test and microchipping transferred to new owners)

I don’t really like to talk about me, but they tell me that I have to introduce myself, so I'll give it a go. You see, I'm a little bit unsure and anxious of many things in life, but SHAMROQ, with the help of my dedicated carers, has shown me some courage and confidence, so here goes.

My world revolves around the attention and cuddles of my people. I've been around other large female dogs and they are alright I guess, but they're not allowed anywhere near my food or my people if it's my turn in the limelight – so I think ideally I'd like a home where I could be your one and only. Another large submissive girl might be OK, but we would need our own space at feeding time.

I'm an inside dog, apart from at feed time when I have some time in the yard. I like to sleep by my people, just in case the bogeyman or one of those scary storms might jump out and get me. I'm OK as long as you're there to snuggle and reassure me. I can do kids, but ones that are a bit older and understand my boundaries will be best. Cats and small pocket pets should be avoided for their own safety!

I've been well behaved lately, but do have a history of digging under fences. So just to be sure, fences should be a minimum of 5ft, secure and not able to be dug under. My current exercise regime consists of a daily jaunt of the neighbourhood. I get all excited on lead to start with, but will settle once we get into it. Swimming is becoming one of my new hobbies too!

If I could describe my perfect new family, it would be one where at least one of my people was always home to be with me. Someone who had the perfect spot for me right by the lounge and the bed and would take me for car rides. Sounds simple enough huh? I do have some quirks that we need to work on together, but as the expectant Queen Beyonce has so wisely told us, “If everything was perfect, you would never learn and you would never grow.”

If you think you are my type of people and want to help me continue to flourish, then please go to http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 1-Mar-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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LOCKY
6 year old male
Adoption Fee: $450 (Includes GST, desexing, current C5 vaccination and microchipping transferred to new owners)

** ASSISTED REHOMING**

Think Locky and you think Queensland hero...one of the greatest football players of all time and just an all-round nice bloke. And then there is me, Locky the dog. I even have the husky voice to match (pun intended!)

I'm a team player, therefore I'll need a new home with another dog as a friend, although they'll need to be big enough to keep up with my play tactics. Little ones just won’t make the grade. Cats are also not going to work out either, sorry. Even nice guys can succumb to temptation. One thing to note is that food is an important part of my game prep, so I don’t like to share. As long as you feed me separately from my canine brother or sister, then it won’t be an issue.

Part of my charm is how I take time out for the kids. I've been around a few in my time and have always been fond of the little ones, from babies up to older ages. Of course, supervision is a must with any interactions though.

Whilst my human counterpart is in retirement, this Locky is still out and about and fighting fit. Although my training regimen is not so strict, I can get by with a few walks a week. I've been taught to walk nicely on leash and even have a few other tricks up my sleeve. I've never been known as one to escape and get up to any mischief, but then again I have always lived within 6ft fences.

I'm ready to kick back and enjoy the simple life. I'd really like to have a home with people that include me in daily life and let me enjoy a mixture of inside and outside time. I'm pretty negotiable on most things, but as long as the above sounds like you, then please go to www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3 to sign me up to your team!

**Our Assisted Rehoming program is when a dog is rehomed by their current owners under guidance and support from SHAMROQ. The final decision is made by the family of the dog and SHAMROQ will only rehome dogs where proof of desexing, current vaccination and microchipping can be supplied. SHAMROQ will take care of any microchip transfer requirements at the time that the adoption is finalised.**



Date Added : 1-Mar-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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BACARDI
8 year old female
Adoption Fee: $350 (Includes GST, C5 vaccination, microchipping, heartworm test and desexing)

Smooth and superior, yet with character and still packs a punch. True to my name, I am just like the famous Bacardi white rum. But the good news is that too much of me is a good thing. I will give you that warm fuzzy feeling without the next day hangover!

Just like the spirit however, I shouldn’t be mixed with others. I prefer to be your one and only with no other pets of any description. Give me all your love and attention and I will give you mine! I am more than happy to take you for a daily stroll and let you drive me around in your car on weekends. Due to being set in my ways, I would prefer a home with either no children or ones that are closer to teenage in years. Bacardi rum is typically for over 18’s, but we can give a little leeway on this one.

I would like a home where I can enjoy the great outdoors, but still have inside time also. I am housetrained and like to be in your company. When I am out in the yard, I'm not a major Houdini but still have the Huskiness that runs through my veins. For that reason, fences should be a minimum of 5ft and secure with no gaps underneath that could be used for digging out.

They say that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. The good news is that a) I am not old and b) I have a few tricks down pat, but I am up for learning some more. Toys and games don’t interest me, but treats will work as a valuable currency. The other thing I crave the most is affection and attention from my humans.

Are you up for a bit of Bacardi to brighten up your life? If so, then please send through an application by following this link - http://www.shamroq.org.au/adoption.



Date Added : 1-Mar-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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ASH (right) & DOOBIE (left)
9 & 7 year old males
Adoption Fee: $450 for the pair (includes GST, desexing, C5 vaccination, parasite treatment, microchipping & transfer of microchip into new owner’s name) or Ash and Doobie are able to be adopted separately to suitable homes for an Adoption fee of $350 each.

~ASSISTED REHOME~

We are Ash and Doobie, but you can call us Ash and Doobie. We are brothers from another mother, but have been side by side for our whole lives. We may not always see eye to eye, but usually that is over food or a toy, so we need to have our own space and eat separately at dinner time. Would you like your brother trying to lick your plate while you were eating??

We are a bit like everyone’s favourite animated duo, Shrek and Donkey. Ash is the strong leader who is always out in front, ready to take on what the world might bring. But a bit better looking than Shrek of course, this cute Husky is no ogre! And then there is Doobie, Ash’s loyal follower but a bit more meek and mild. But a lovebug all the same!

Unfortunately, sometimes circumstances change and so we are looking for a new family to join and make complete. Our new home should have good secure fences at least 5ft tall. We aren’t known for our jumping, but we have been known to try out our tunnelling skills, so fences should be made dig proof with wire or concrete bases.

We are both as obedient as huskies get, so we won’t win you any obedience trophies, but we do know our sit, drop and shake hands. We should only be let off lead in fenced contained areas, but we do love the dog park. Maybe best though we stick to the big dog parks and not around those little undersized dogs – man they get annoying! We have been around cats, but if they run we will chase them and it could spell trouble if we catch them. We do have husky prey drives after all.

We were brought up with small children and while we have never hurt them, our play can be a bit rough sometimes. So we would suit a family with school age children or older. We love to be active and go on runs or long walks but will want to come home to be with you inside as a part of the family.

We are available either as a dynamic duo, or individually to suitable homes.

If you think this little cute duo could complete your family. then please fill out a Pre Adoption Questionnaire at this link: http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 1-Mar-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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BRUCE
2 year old male
Adoption Fee: $450 (includes GST, desexing, C5 vaccination, heartworm testing, parasite treatment, microchipping & transfer of microchip into new owner’s name)

“Bruce?” I hear you say. “Funny name for a dog!”….. Well no, not really. I am an action hero, just like Bruce Lee, Bruce Willis and Batman’s alter ego, Bruce Wayne. So you see, it really isn’t odd at all….

I’m not a recluse like Batman though. I love to meet people and other doggy playmates and it’s all so exciting. So exciting, in fact, that I do tend to forget my superhero code and jump around like a bit of a loon. So maybe I shouldn’t have a home with any small children, I would hate to accidentally knock them over. I will, however, require a trusty doggy sidekick, someone my size or larger that can help me save the world! They can be male or female, a Robin or a Batgirl, I don’t mind. But no Catwomen please, they will be my mortal enemy and I will have no choice but to chase them down!

Batman does love his gadgets and toys. I too love toys, especially those that squeak and drive you insane! Food is also a big motivator and a rustling treat packet will act as my Bat-signal that I should come to you now! That’s within a safe, fenced yard though. There’s a lot of superhero help needed out in the open world, so I will take it upon myself to seek it out if I’m not contained properly. If your fences are 6ft and secure, then I will happily stay home, but I have been known to practise my parkour moves on any bins or large objects that are kept up against the fence.

My mind is as sharp as a tack and needs to be kept entertained. My superhero fitness regime currently includes morning and afternoon walks plus play times. I have energy to burn and if I get bored, I will take it out on your shoes or anything else you may leave lying around the Batcave. So keep me busy with a mixture of exercise and enrichment and we should be just fine. Maybe you could give me a go at the winter sport of dryland dog sledding?

Like Batman, I have no permanent family of my own and have been living with a great foster family. It’s time to change all that though, so if you think you’d like a Husky superhero as a permanent member of your family, please fill out a Pre-Adoption Questionnaire at this link: http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 20-Feb-17
Contact :
Marnie
Location :
Brisbane QLD
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SHELBY
6 year old female
Adoption Fee: $450 (includes desexing, C5 vaccination, microchipping & transfer of microchip into new owner’s name)

They say that the best things come in small packages. And I can confirm that this is the case. This little 16kg package is all sweetness and cuddles. My story was a sad one to start with. I had a litter of babies and when they were old enough to not need me, I was sent to the pound while they were all sent to new homes. But my sad story ends there. The SHAMROQ crew swooped in and here I am, ready for my Furrytail Ending.

My sunny disposition is my greatest quality. All of the people I meet, big ones, little ones, old ones, young ones – they are all friends in my book. I am a little wary of males to start with, but warm up as soon as I know they come in peace. I am the same way with other dogs too – social is my middle name. I’ll happily have any medium to large sized dogs as company, but I don’t stand for too much rough play. I have not been around little dogs too much, and since I find cats and birds to be very appetising, it may not be the best idea.

I am at my happiest when I can be inside with you as much as possible and curl up right by you at night. I might be easy to please, but being an outside dog is definitely on my list of deal breakers. Even though I don’t plan on being outside all that often, I will need fences that are a minimum of 5 feet tall and not able to be dig under, just in case some on the other side sparks my interest. I currently enjoy one leisurely stroll a day to keep up to date with local events.

Now that my time has come to be the furry apple of someone’s eye, you’ll find a link to my application below. If I could wish for my perfect family, it would be someone that would be home more often than not welcomes me as a part of the family in every way. http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 14-Jan-17

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