Dogs and Puppies in Foster Care
Last updated Sunday, 23 July 2017
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pets have been saved, thanks to their rescuer and the kindness of Foster
are looking after them temporarily, but they are still looking for homes.
Please note that descriptions of dogs as either purebred or a cross of
particular breeds is given in good faith and is based on assessment of the dog's
features, together with veterinary opinion. We cannot guarantee the age, breed
or purebred status of any dogs listed.
Dogs and Puppies
Rescued by Tania
"Hey, yoohoooooo - yep, talkin' to you. Are you getting a winter waist? Bit of a tum tum? Well, Coach Stevie (thatí' me folks) has it all worked out and all you need to do is spend is a little bit of time and loviní'with me. Yep! How does that sound? Fabulous, right? All you need to do is grab a lead, show me the footpath and a new you is just around the corner. I might not be all that big but I sure have the moves and enthusiasm to make your days fuller and brighter. I'm currently staying with a foster mum and frankly she is a bit old and can' t even run up a hill anymore. I just love my walks and, even if we have been out for an hour, I don't really like turning down the driveway to home. My foster mum thinks I am drop dead gorgeous, both in looks and nature, and regularly calls me her Wonder Boy. I need some more exercise too as I've put on a bit of weight since coming here. Mind you, I was pretty darn skinny and still tend to eat like there's no tomorrow but I just love ,love, love my meaty bones and can happily chew on one for ages. I can't remember much about my previous life but something has made me a bit timid at times. I soon get over it though and am ready to throw myself into your arms for cuddles and smooches, but you have to be quick or I will smother you with kisses. My foster mum is giving me a pretty good life with lots of toys and yummy natural food. I have other dogs as company and sleep on the bed (well IN the bed actually) nice and quietly all through the night. Gosh it 's nice to cuddle up all warm and cosy with the other dogs and my foster mum (who would like to say a few words ... all good of course!)"
Stevie is a lovely little dog ... easy going and so nice to have around. He hasn't shown any meanness and doesn't bother the other oldies. Stevie must have the company of another dog(s) of about his own size as he likes to play but isn't a boisterous fellow. He loves wandering around and sniffing in the back garden and then standing at the front windows watching the world go by. Stevie might find children under 6 or 7 years a bit challenging as he does not like lots of noise and chaos in the home but older and dog savvy children would probably be nice for him. He likes the company of others dogs but is more of a 'people dog' so might best suit an owner who works part time or from home or who is recently retired. Stevie's coat is totally low maintenance and he is robust with seemingly no medical issues. All in all, Stevie is a great little boy that is full of love and playfulness and he will make his new family very happy.