Dogs available for Adoption
Dog Match Adoption Application.doc
Dog foster carers needed now - long or short term
If you are interested in becoming a foster carer for one of our dogs, please complete the form below
Foster Carer Application Form.doc
Would you like to be my Sponsor?
Full sponsorship $40 per month. Half sponsorship $20 per month.
Sponsorships are tax deductible
Caesar is currently sponsored by Julie W at $50 per mth - Licks and hugs from Caesar
This is my story....
I was rescued from the pound about 3 years ago, and just in time too! My 7 days were up and I was due to be put to sleep, which is commonly what happens to doggies like me who sadly, are surrendered to pounds by their owners, or found wandering the streets. I was not in good shape at all. I had a tumour on my eye, and various lumps on my skin. I had no confidence either. I was frightened if people spoke in loud voices and it took me some time to build up my confidence and develop into the happy doggie I am today. See my lovely Staffy smile!
I had a big year last year. I had various skin lumps removed, and benign tumours from my eye and spleen. My family at Sydney Pet Rescue & Adoption love me very much, and they were so relieved that I got a good bill of health. Last year I also had my teeth polished too. After all this, I'm a new man! I'm a happy healthy boy and have been well loved by my current foster carer who has helped me develop into the lovely, happy doggie that I am today.
I am a mature, sweet natured and generally well behaved boy, born in 2005. I am desexed, micro-chipped and my vaccinations and flea and worming are all up to date. I love to go for a walk on my harness each day. I respond to commands like "sit" and "stay" if you offer me a treat. I am used to being an indoor-outdoor doggie. I love to be inside with you when possible, and especially at night. I have been kept as a single doggie, and prefer to go to a home or foster home where I will be a single doggy. I need a home with no cats or other small animals, or children under 10 years of age. I am not used to going to off leash parks. I need a medium sized yard and a new foster carer or new owner who has dog experience, preferably Staffy experience, and time to walk me regularly.
I am still patiently waiting for my forever home. I know it's out there. I'm just waiting for my forever family to find me. If you have room in your heart, and your life for a lovely boy like me, even if only temporarily, please contact my family, Sydney Pet Rescue & Adoption on 0403 254 960 for more information. PS I come with a hamper of Goodies. Thank you for reading my story. Love from Caesar x
Caesar sends you licks, hugs and kisses to say thank you.
Would you like to sponsor one of our foster pets?
Full sponsorship - $40 per month goes to help with the foster pet’s food, flea/wormer and medical expenses.
Half sponsorship $20 per month.
For sponsorships of 3 months or more, we will provide a Sponsorship Certificate.
Sponsorships are tax deductible.
Sponsorship enquiries, please email Michelle on firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide assistance with re-homing to these people to give them an alternative to surrendering their pets to a pound or animal shelter where they would have little or no chance of finding a home, and where they would likely face the prospect of unnecessary euthanasia.
If you would like to foster any of them please complete the Foster Carer application form.
Email it back to us, and we will follow up with you when it is received.
I died today !!
You got tired of me and took me to the shelter. They were overcrowded and I drew an unlucky number.
I am in a black plastic bag in a landfill now. Some other puppy will get the barely used leash you left.
My collar was dirty and too small, but the lady took it off before she sent me to the Rainbow Bridge .
Would I still be at home if I hadn’t chewed your shoe?
I didn’t know what it was, but it was leather, and it was on the floor. I was just playing. You forgot to get puppy toys.
Would I still be at home if I had been housebroken?
Rubbing my nose in what I did only made me ashamed that I had to go at all. There are books and obedience teachers that would have taught you how to teach me to go to the door.
Would I still be at home if I hadn’t brought fleas into the house?
Without anti-flea medicine, I couldn’t get them off of me after you left me in the yard for days.
Would I still be at home if I hadn’t barked?
I was only saying, “I’m scared, I’m lonely, I’m here, I’m here! I want to be your best friend.”
Would I still be at home if I had made you happy?
Hitting me didn’t make me learn how.
Would I still be at home if you had taken the time to care for me and to teach manners to me?
You didn’t pay attention to me after the first week or so, but I spent all my time waiting for you to love me.
I died today !!.
Note- to anyone thinking of surrendering to a pound or the RSPCA or anywhere else which does not have a no kill policy –
DON’T DO IT! Your pet is depending on you. It is your responsibility to find your pet a new loving home.
Check out ideas on on our Assisted Re homing form. At http://www.freewebs.com/sydneypetrescueandadoption/formscontactdetails.htm
CAN YOU GIVE A SENIOR DOG A CHANCE?
They need your urgent help now to live their remaining days with comfort & love.
Their last days should not be spent in fear, but in a loving home.
-please check this website today
Seniors & Silkies
What happens to old dogs unclaimed in a pound?
They have owners - but what if they're not found?
Who will care about a dog with a poor, grey old face
sitting patiently waiting in this cold, dark place?
Loved once but now frightened, alone and in pain.
Sad eyes searching for someone they will never see again
Because they are older does it mean we will not give
them another chance - please help, they just want to live.
Alaskan Malamute Rehoming Aid (Aust)
FOSTER CARERS NEEDED URGENTLY
Are you thinking of adopting a Malamute?
If so, please read this important information.
Please do not adopt any dog unless you are sure you can afford, and are fully committed to meeting their care needs.