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.
Introducing Miss Hannah.
Hannah is a very intelligent puppy and a keen learner. She learnt to sit and drop with ease and is currently learning to stay. She lives with her foster carer on a farm so is used to lots of other animals and gets on very well with other dogs. She has not been socialised with young children but her carer thinks she would get on well with children over 7 years of age.
Hannah's adoption fee is $400. For more information please see our "Dogs & Pups" section. If you would like to adopt Hannah please follow the link on the left side of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
Is anyone driving from Wagga to Sydney this weekend? Small/medium dog needs a ride to her new home in the Newtown - Camperdown area.
It's time to share some cats with you all.
These four girls are all looking for their forever homes. They are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated and their adoption fee is only $80.
If you, or someone that you know, would like to adopt one of these gorgeous girls just follow the link on the left side of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
A mismatch between the resident pet and the newbie is just one of the reasons we provide a two-week return period on all adoptions.
See the link below for more information on pet introductions.
Introducing a Puppy or Kitten to an Older Dog or Cat
We've had a very busy few days over the weekend! Thanks to Cathy's donation of petrol money, we got this boy from Wagga to a carer in Junee to recover from a grass seed infection before he goes to his new home. Adoptions were completed for Winston, Amber, Lassie, Jezabel and Tiger. Over the next few days volunteer drivers will be road-tripping to Young and to Yass to rescue poundies.
Are you looking for a small lap dog?
Why not consider adopting Timmy?
Timmy is an affectionate little fellow who just wants to be somebody's friend. Timmy loves to go for car rides and loves to be held in your arms or on your lap. He will do a little dance to ask to be picked up.
For more information on Timmy please see our "Dogs & Puppies" section. Or to apply to adopt him please follow the link on the left side of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
Come to Bunnings in Wagga Wagga on Saturday 27 September and support our rescue work by buying a sausage sandwich and a soft drink!
All proceeds go directly to the rescued animals.
We will also have a separate stall set up a short distance from the BBQ to show off some of the available adoptees.
Introducing Dixie, a 10-month-old Pug X Beagle. She is nice natured and loves to play with other dogs and with toys. Although she looks more like a Pug, she has the energy of a Beagle. What do you think, is she cute or is she 'pugly'?
Do you remember Barney the Labrador who was hit by a car and left in the pound back in April?
It's been a long road to recovery but...
We are very excited to announce that Barney has recovered from his two operations and is now ready to leave our care and find his very own forever home.
Barney is great with kids and with female dogs, although he doesn't get on with many other male dogs. He is also good with cats.
Barney has put on a little bit of weight (too much actually) but he now loves to go for walks and he doesn't pull on the lead. He needs an owner who is committed to exercising him and feeding him just the right amount (not too many treats) to get him back down to ideal weight.
Barney is fostered in Wagga Wagga. His adoption fee is $350. For more information about Barney please see our "Dogs & Puppies" section. Or to adopt him please follow the link on the left side of this page to fill in an online adoption application form.
A massive "Thank you!" to the wonderful vets at Lake Road Vet Clinic in Wagga for all of their care, support and expertise in treating Barney.
Please meet Hugo.
Hugo came into our care back in June. He has shown himself to be quite trainable, quickly mastering the basic commands of sit and come. He loves to play with his foster sisters but is equally content to play with a ball or stick by himself.
Hugo's adoption fee is $350 and this helps us recover the cost of his desexing, vaccination, microchipping, flea and worm treatment. More information on Hugo can be found in our "Dogs & Puppies" section.