a 9 year old bitch needing a new home. Her owners
are elderly and have had to move and they cannot
take her with them.
great with people albeit a bit aloof but not good
with other dogs or other pets. She is OK with
children but we would prefer she go to a home where
there are no small children as she is a big girl and
she could knock little people over.
her age she needs regular 4 monthly injections for
her arthritis but other than that she is in good
health for her age. She must have a home where the
owners understand the breed and she must be given
her own space in the house. She does enjoy being
outside as well but due to her arthritis it is best
she be inside in the winter.
a 3 year old beautifully bred bitch looking for her
forever home through no fault of her own. She has
had a rough trot with her previous owner but since
she has been in a wonderful foster home she has come
out of her shell, is back to her old self and she
has been taught basic obedience and has proven to be
a quick learner. She is a big girl and while she is
good with children we would prefer she go to a home
with adults only. She hates cats so an only home to
start with would be best. She must go to a home
where the owners are home most of the time and she
is not be an outside dog expected to guard while the
rest of the family is out all day. It is essential
she has an experienced owner who will be able to
handle her with a firm but fair hand. Further
obedience training at a club would be beneficial.
another well bred dog aged about 3 who needs an
experienced owner. He is a dominant dog and will
push boundaries. He must have an owner who is
mentally and physically strong and has had plenty of
experience. He is great with people but unknown with
children and all other pets. He is a stunning long
stock coat and has done very well in the show ring.
However he is still a young dog and he is very
strong so a firm hand is essential.
our dogs you must prove that you are capable of
taking on a shepherd and therefore must have had
plenty of experience. You must be prepared to
discuss the type of diet you are prepared to provide
and the amount of exercise on a daily basis. What
training methods you plan to use and if you are
going to be prepared to attend an obedience club.
Please do not call if you are after a guard dog or
if you have not ever had shepherds before. These
dogs are very special and sometimes misunderstood.
Unfortunately they have been in the wrong hands and
they will need a strong understanding experienced
owner to put them back on track.
contact Jo Tucker if you are interested and you can
offer the best forever home for these worthy dogs.
If you canít or wonít offer the best home please do
not make contact as refusal will offend. We do ask
that all our expenses be covered when we Rhome the
dogs so there will be a fee payable by the new
owner. They vary between $250 - $650 depending on
the age of the dog and the costs already incurred.
The costs are generally deseeding, vaccination,
kennelling, and other vet work.