Adopt a Pet

Rehoming Organisation Number: R251000164

Welcoming a companion animal into your family is an important decision that lasts a lifetime.  There are many factors to take into consideration when deciding who is right for you, including but not limited to:

  • Am I able to handle the shenanigans of puppy/kittenhood, or would a more mature and settled soul be right for me?
  • What size would best suit?
  • Lots of energy for we'll always be out and about, or a couch potato to gogglebox with?
  • Is my household noisy or quiet?
  • What breeds and/or behaviours am I equipped to deal with?
  • How secure is my back yard?

One other important thing to always factor in is the life stage of every human member of the family.  Some companion animals are more suited to, for example, older kids in the family.  Perhaps they are too boisterous for our older generation.

So now that you've started to really think about what is right for you, head on down to the Shelter where our friendly staff are on hand to help you find your new best friend.

All of our companion animals come home with you microchipped, desexed (or a desexing voucher if very young), vaccinated, flea & worm treated and lifetime registered in NSW.  All you have to do is take them home and love them!

For further information to help you prepare for your new furry family member, click here.

Precious Bella… Bella is looking for a quiet home where she can spend her days lounging in the yard or cuddled up right next to or preferably on your lap, loving you to death. Bella is not a fan of loud screaming voices, this makes her a little nervous, no small children.
What a clever boy Colby is, especially when there is a bucket full of cabanossi and cheese on offer. Colby can sit, stay, shake hands and has the potential to learn many more tricks. Colby is also a Mr Lova Lova - loves his cuddles, snuggles and kisses. Colby is looking for an only dog home for now
Firstly, you will fall in love with this gorgeous girls appearance, Cougar surely is one beautiful looking young lady. Secondly, her gentleness will have your heart skip a beat. Yes, there is a BUT. Cougar isn’t great with other dogs and is best suited to a home with no other pets.
Count is a gorgeous affectionate boy that loves nothing more than to jump into your lap for snuggles. Count would be happy as an only dog or to have a fur friend as he has been great with the other doggo’s in our care.
Ellie, Emmie and Edward are looking for seperate fun loving families to spend their lives with. All three are great with other dogs, love people and are looking for homes with yards. Some basic obedience will be needed but these 3 are smart little cookies and learn very quick.