The pound can be a tough place for a dog. No matter how caring the staff are, it's not exactly a natural environment and dogs can sometimes act differently to how they would in a home. Rifle didn't do well in all his tests with other dogs and we were initially looking for a foster home where he could be the one and only. Unfortunately, foster homes without other dogs are quite rare and he waited in the pound for a very long time while we searched for somewhere suitable for
Max's owners were very sad to have to find him a new home, but it was a selfless decision based on the belief that he deserved a family with more time to spend with him. They were thrilled when Skye & Chad applied to adopt Max. With Skye working and studying from home, Max now has company all the time and with two little girls to lavish love and attention upon him, he's become the central figure of their household. Happy furrytail ending, Max! *ASSISTED REHOMING*
Our little Xero, the Zoolander of the Husky world, has come a long way. From being abandoned at a rental property...to spending some time in the pound...into foster care...and now in a forever home that he can call his own! His journey would not have been possible without his wonderful carers, Lisa & Rob, and of course his adopters, the Brew family. We hear that Xero is loving having two boys and a Husky sister to play with. Happy furrytail ending, Xero! “Moisture is the es
Arctics aren't known for being 'apartment dogs', but if their family ensures that the dog is getting sufficient exercise and outside time, it can work. A large part of this success of course also hinges on having the right dog who will be happy with this arrangement! Cola is a lady who is happy to lounge around after her daily walk and enjoys human company, so inner-city apartment living is suiting her just fine. She even goes to work with her Dad so she gets out and about an
Congrats to Angie & Jamie on the addition of this big guy to their household. They say that they can't imagine their family without him in it now! Our gratitude goes to the Kershaw family for fostering Baymax until his perfect people came along, and to Sonya & Chris, who kindly sponsored him during his time with us. Happy furrytail ending, Baymax!! Ever seen Big Hero 6 and thought "Gee, I'd like my very own Baymax"? Well there's no need to wish anymore - here I am!! For th
Yeah, sorry about getting all of your hopes up that a cat-friendly Mal might actually be available for adoption! We're pretty sure the Graham family decided to adopt Storm as soon as those big paws of hers crossed the threshold of their house. It just reiterates our belief that fostering is a fantastic way to find out whether a dog might be the right fit for your household! Happy furrytail ending, Storm!
Congrats to Liana & Carlee who fell hook, line and sinker for their first foster dog, Jack (now named Diego). It didn't take them long to realise that he was meant to be a part of their family...and with a face like that, how on earth could they resist? Happy furrytail ending, Diego!