Handsome senior gent, Jett, waited a while for the right home to come along but, boy oh boy, when it did...it sure was worth the wait! Jessica, Brad & their kids have definitely made Jett a valued member of the household. He has embraced the Gold Coast lifestyle too - a certain somebody won't dip his toes in the pool, but the open water is a whole different story. He's made himself quite at home amongst the jetskis and boats, but is yet to work out what those pesky pelica
It's not uncommon that, when we let a foster carer know it's time to get professional photos of their foster dog in order to create an adoption profile for them, something happens... They feel their tummies begin to churn at the thought of their foster dog leaving. This was the case for Sasha when she realised that she definitely couldn't let Blue slip through her fingers! So we never did get those professional shots but, if this photo is anything to go by, he's made himself
Congrats to Ellie & Adam, who adopted Aspen as a brother for their Husky girl, Muttley. As always, our thanks go to hardworking foster carers, Nicky & Darryl, who consistently juggle multiple dogs - their own and fosters. Happy furrytail ending, Aspen! You know it, I know it, there's no need to deny it.
I'm a spunk! Just take one look at these baby blues and try not to fall in love. But the thing is, having a dog like me comes with great responsibility. Spunk is not just
We love a good foster-failure! 9 year old Russkyi was feeling very down in the dumps after losing his long-time companion, 15 year old Lucy. His Mum & Dad, Jane & Les, were keen to put the smile back on his dial by finding him a new lady love. Dainty 8 year old Jesper (aka Jessie) has turned out to be the remedy for his heartbreak, after initially coming into the household as a foster kid, but now staying as a permanent member of the family. Jane & Les are the founders of t
Happy days for our cheeky little mate, Ninja, who has found his forever home with new Dad, Rauri and Husky bro, Flex! Our thanks go to foster parents, Jessica & Reuben, for their care of Ninja during his stay with SHAMROQ. Happy furrytail ending, Ninja! Please take a moment and focus upon the story I have for you. There was once a small, furry boy. He was grey and white with hazel eyes and was destined for great things. His mother would tell him that if he focused and train
Lucky Indigo has gone to live with her new Mum, Nerolie, in NSW. (Indie may or may not be gloating today about originally being a Queenslander, post-State of Origin!) As always, we are grateful to our foster carers, Lisa and Rob, who took such wonderful care of Indigo during her time as a SHAMROQ kid. We must also acknowledge her sponsors, the ever-generous Sonya & Chris, who have helped so many of our dogs! Happy furrytail ending, Indigo! Hello? Are you listening to me? Yes