Our mission is to rescue healthy, treatable pets from pounds and shelters in the southern NSW - ACT region and rehome them with adoptive families.
We are based in Wagga Wagga and Canberra.
Introducing Summer. She is a super cute red cattle dog x. Summer has only been in our care for 5 days but in this short amount of time she has won the heart of her foster carer and family. This girl is relaxed, loves being with her humans, rarely barks and doesn't chase the cat. Summer will be available for adoption as soon as her vet work is done.
In rescue, we see horrible animal neglecters/abusers in the news but there are many more kind and caring people. Two of our foster carers recently committed to purchase some second hand trampoline beds and crates (with their own funds) for their foster animals. When both foster carers went to collect and pay for the items, both of the sellers would not take any money and kindly donated the items. It's acts of kindness like this that make you realise that there are some kind people out there. To the two kind ladies in Wagga Wagga - thank you your donation is very much appreciated.
This is from one of our foster carers:
"There are some really nice people around, the donation bin at lake Albert Foodland was full again on Tuesday. It has been emptied 3 times since mid December".
Thank you to all the people who have placed an item in - your generosity is greatly appreciated by both the foster carers and the animals.
Another adoption today which equals another happy smiling face.
Little Bluey is now safely in the arms of his new family. Thanks to his new mummy and daddy for adopting and not shopping and teaching their children how to be responsible pet owners.
Bluey is going to be one very loved and spoilt little kitten. Good luck in your new home Bluey x
I think it was love at first sight today.
The very cute Tank left BFPR today and has joined his new family in Canberra. Thanks to his foster carer for looking after him and his new mummy and daddy for adopting and not shopping.
Smiles all round.
Thanks to a couple of new foster carers and some of our current foster carers who are doubling/tripling up we were able to rescue 4 dogs, 1 puppy and 9 kittens from a rural pound yesterday.
If you have a suitable yard / house, an hour or two to spend with a fur friend and plenty of love to give - why not consider becoming a foster carer. BFPR cover all vet cost all we ask of you is to provide the food, shelter and love that these animals so deserve.
If you would like to become a foster carer please fill in an application form, which you can find a link to on the left side of the page.
This it Mick Mack. This guy is so affectionate, he loves to lay his little head on you then go to town with the kisses, he will seek you out when he wants some affection especially when you’re sitting down. He has wormed his way into his foster carers heart and he would make a great addition to any family. Can you give this guy his forever home?
Say hi to Zoe.
Zoe is a gorgeous one and a half year old female Kelpie mix. She loves water, is housetrained, knows sit, walks well on lead and she gets along with dogs of all sizes. Zoe's adoption fee is $350 and covers desexing, vaccination, microchipping, deworming and flea treatment. More info on Zoe can be found in our "Dogs & Puppies" section.
Meet Mrs Beasly..
When she first came into care she use to hide under the doona but loved it when you would go under there to give her pats and cuddles - but not any more. She is a very calm girl, excellent with kids and she loves going for walks on her lead. Her adoption fee is $100 and includes desexing, microchipping, vaccination and deworming. More info on Mrs Beasly can be found in our "Cats & Kittens" section.
We are still trying to find foster carers for these dogs and a male Bull Arab so we can get them out of the pound. We only have until Thursday (Today)!
We had a surprise visit from the stork today! Tess, rescued a fortnight ago, delivered three girls and a boy this afternoon by emergency cesarean. We think the pups may be crossed with a Rottweiler as they are black with tan points.