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VIC - Charlotte (f/4y)

Rescue Pet

Boxer x Other $400.00 AUD
Large Female Boxer Mix Located in Victoria Not available for interstate adoption Hello my name is Charlotte! I'm told i'm a lovely, quiet girl with a lot of love to give. I'm still learning the world isn't a scary place as i've not been treated so well in my life so I would love to adopt...
Date Listed: 30-07-2016
Female

TOY CHCHIHUAHUA CROSS WITH A TOY POODLE

Chihuahua x Poodle $1,500.00 Price Negotiable each
HAVE A LOOK AT THESE VERY TINY CUTE THEY ARE SO DIFFERENT AND FERL LIKE A BABY BLACK LAMB BUT NO THEY ARE TOY CHIHUAHUA CROSD WITH A TOY POODLE THEY ARE ALL SO DIFFERENT TO EACH OTHER THEY ARE VERY LIGHT FRAMED AND VERY SMALL IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A SMALL NON SHEDDING Or ALLERGY FREE BABY...
Melbourne, Victoria
Date Listed: 30-07-2016
2 males, 1 females

Yorkshire X tiny Maltese female pups

Yorkshire Terrier x Maltese $1,800.00 AUD each
Females available they come vac wormed and vet checked and microchip there is a holding deposit to secure your pup sorry no freight unless you can organise it your self with jet pets or dog tanners they will freight them any where in Australia females are $1800 each mum is a tiny Maltese and the...
Sydney West, New South Wales
Date Listed: 29-07-2016
0 males, 4 females

QLD- Layla (f/2y)

Rescue Pet

Boxer $370.00 AUD
Medium Female Boxer Located in Queensland Available for interstate adoption Hi my name is Layla I was surrendered to the ladies at the pound by my owner as they could not look after me any more. ☹️☹️ Then along came Rescue who have been taking me for long car rides to bring me to Brisbane. ...
Date Listed: 26-07-2016
Female

QLD - Boxer cross puppies

Rescue Pet

Boxer x Other $350.00 AUD each
Located in Queensland Not available for interstate adoption QLD - Titch (f/puppy) Large Female Boxer Mix Titch is the "baby" of the group. She loves to be near you and gazes up at you asking for a cuddle. Very cute. Titch’s details Age:8 weeksAdoption F...
Date Listed: 25-07-2016
3 males, 2 females

VIC - Zeus (m/2y)

Rescue Pet

Boxer $500.00 AUD
Not available for interstate adoption. Zeus. 18mo (recently) desexed purebred Male Boxer. Zeus is the ultimate goof ball! He loves to play, run and jump. He's wonderful with kids, but not so great with other dogs and animals. His perfect home would be with a family who can spoil him and take...
Date Listed: 25-07-2016
Male

Purebred with papers - Male Rottweiler

Rottweiler $1,000.00 AUD
Our beautiful boy is up for sale for genuine reasons. We were going to breed him and he does come with full paperwork as he is a purebred Rottweiler and registered accordingly. As we live on a property he is not that great with chickens and other animals as he gets excited and wants to play with...
Wangaratta, Victoria
Date Listed: 23-07-2016
Male

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Bringing your new pooch home is always such a delight, and we’ve listed a few pointers to help get them settled in well:

  1. Make it to the vet regularly
    To make sure your four-legged friend is fit and healthy, take him/her to the vet and get them checked regularly.

  2. Always remain patient
    Whether it’s a new puppy or an older dog that you’ve adopted, you must always remember that your home is completely new to them, and it may take some time for them to adjust. Be patient with them and give them a huge amount of positive reinforcement, love and support.

  3. Update their microchipped
    If your dog somehow manages to escape to go on an adventure, the microchip easily identifies you as its owner once it’s found. To avoid potential emotional stresses later on, make sure your puppy or dog is microchipped to you and your address.

  4. Speak to your vet about meals
    Your vet is the best person to discuss the type of food, as well as when and how much food you should be feeding it.

  5. Exercise them regularly
    Dogs are active creatures, and will love nothing more than to go out for a run with you, play fetch, or anything else active. Take them out as much as you can. Be sure to browse the dog products for collars, toys and more for sale! And Check out our News section for great advise and tips.
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