Our mission is to rescue healthy, treatable pets from pounds and shelters in southern NSW & ACT and rehome them with adoptive families.
We are based in Wagga Wagga and Canberra.
Please meet the very cute Billie.
Billie is a 4 month old female Kelpie x. She is an outgoing, eager puppy who adores people. She loves to lay at your feet and will follow you around the house. She has an irrepressibly inquisitive nature.
Billies adoption fee is $400 and this helps us recover the cost of her vaccinations, desexing, microchipping, flea & worm treatment and life time registration.
Bille is fostered in Wagga and if you would like to arrange a meet and greet just send us an email email@example.com
More info on Billie can be found in our "Puppies & Dogs" section. Alternatively, you can follow the link to the left of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
This very gorgeous cat is Blanco.
Blanco is a very affectionate guy who loves to be caressed. He also likes to sit on the computer desk and 'help' you work. Blanco is deaf, and he figures out where you are by floor vibrations and by smell.
For his own safety Blanco must be an indoor cat and should only be allowed outside if he is in a cattery or cat run.
Blanco's adoption fee is $150 and this helps us recover the cost of his desexing, vaccination, flea and worm treatment, micro chipping and registration.
To adopt Blanco just click the link to the left of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
The new patients in our "maternity ward" are this little terrier x mum and her four puppies who were born in the pound yesterday morning.
Beau is still looking for his forever home.
Beau is a lively and engaging dog who loves attention. He knows sit, stay, drop, shake paws and he walks nicely on lead. His foster carers have also taught him to sit for his food bowl and to not eat until given permission.
Beau is fostered in Wagga, if you would like to arrange a meet and greet just visit us on Facebook and drop us a PM or send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
More info on Beau can also be found in our "Puppies & Dogs" section.
A family has waited over 2 months for a very special dog to be ready for adoption, this family then drove over 750km (one way) to Wagga this weekend to pick up their new family member. The very, very sweet Tess has now found her very own forever home and a very special family to love her for the rest of her life.
Foster carers love all of the animals that come into our care but sometimes a very special animal comes in to our home and when it's time for them to leave we hand them over to their new family with a heavy heart and sometimes tears - tears of sadness and of happiness. And for Tess's foster family that day came today. Thank you to her foster family for looking after and taking such good care of Tess.
To the new family - have a safe trip home. Thank you for waiting so long for Tess to be ready to leave our care, thank you for the dedication that you have shown towards Tess and thank you for adopting and not shopping.
Good luck in your new home Tess, we know that you are going to be one very loved and spoilt girl.
Sam is a 3 month old Staghound puppy who is calm, relaxed and just loves snuggles! He gets along with other dogs. He is very quiet, he doesn't even bark when someone comes to the door.
For more information on Sam please see our "Puppies & Dogs" section, or just click the link to the left of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
Dougal starts his 2 week trial adoption today.
After a bit of a rough start to life we are hoping that he will soon realise that he is now safe and in a very loving home. Dougal has come such a long way at his foster home. But now he is a little scared, confused and very timid but he is a very sweet little guy who so so so deserves to be loved and spoilt.
We have found him an amazing new mummy and daddy, a very caring and patient couple who will allow Dougal the time that he needs to come out of his shell and learn to trust them. Only time will tell if they are the right family for Dougal. Please keep your fingers, toes and paws crossed for him.
A very big thank you to his amazing foster family who brought this little man out of his shell and showed him what it feels like to be loved and safe.
Good luck in your new home Dougal x
Today's feature cat is the very pretty 'Starlight'.
Starlight is very friendly. She likes to be patted but not necessarily cuddled, although she chooses to be cuddled by some people. She will come and sit on her foster carer's knee whenever she gets the chance.
Poor Starlight was left at the pound with her litter of tiny kittens. She has weaned her babies and is ready for her own home. She is litter-trained and used to living indoors.
We estimate Starlight to be around 1 year old and would love for her to find a very special forever home, if that might be your place then just go to the link on the left of this page to fill in an online application form.
The stunning 'Cleo' is still available for adoption.
Cleo is a Staffy x Labrador which is an unusual mix. Cleo has the height of a lab but is slim and muscular. Cleo is house trained, rarely barks, walks well on lead and loves to play.
We would like Cleo to go to a home with another four legged friend, a playmate who can give her a run for her money when it comes to playing chase and wrestling.
Cleo's adoption fee is $350 and this helps us recover the cost of her vaccination, desexing, microchiping, NSW life time rego, worm and flea treatment.
Who could forget Gypsy? Here she is showing her new little doggie friend Major (aka Duke) around the backyard.
Both Mum's adore their new doggie children and know that it's very important to keep socialising and exercising their new family member so a doggy play date was arrange. Way to go ladies, both dogs look very happy and a little bit tired
Thanks Laura for sending the photo through - we love getting updates.
The very beautiful Prue has been adopted and will be spending tonight in her very own forever home.
Thanks to her foster mummy for looking after her and a big THANK YOU to her new family for adopting and not shopping.
Good luck in your new home Prue, we are sure you are going to be one loved and very spoilt little kitten x
Please meet Bailey.
Bailey is a friendly and outgoing little fellow with the cutest short stumpy legs! He needs to have either a doggy friend or a person who will be home with him most of the time, as he pines (and yaps) when he is left all by himself alone in the yard. His foster family puts him in the laundry when they go out, and that solves the problem.
Baileys adoption fee is $350 and will help us to recover the cost of his desexing, vaccination, microchipping, NSW life time registration, flea and worm treatment.
If you would like more information about Bailey, please see our "Dogs & Puppies" section. Or if you want to adopt him, please follow the links to the left of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
Our newly lino'ed maternity ward. On the left, mum with two babies born in the pound on Monday and released to us under Duty Of Care. On the right, mumma had one baby at the pound and two more after we brought her to our place Tuesday afternoon!
We're giving a big Best Friends shout out to Carpet One, Kooringal Rd, Wagga for their kind assistance on linoleum for our "maternity ward" for new mums with puppies. Say thank you and send some more business towards them!
Shadow... How cute is this little guy?
Shadow is a calm and loving puppy who earned his name because he shadows his people. He is happy to follow you around the garden, and then lay down at your feet when you sit down.
Shadow is available for adoption, to submit an application just follow the link to the left of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.