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SANDY

Terrier (female)

Approx 1.5 years old (May 2024)

Located in CQ

$330

 

“Will you rub my belly? And let me sleep inside? Do you spend most of your time at home and need your very own little shadow? Then, PICK ME! My name is SANDY.”

 

SANDY is a tiny package of scruffy love, looking for her forever home. She loves going for daily walks, though she is not overly energetic. SANDY has just started playing with toys and is still working out how.

She is still young and learning her boundaries. She will need work on her training but time and patience are what she needs. She is also very inquisitive and seems to be learning quickly.

A calm older couple, a person working from home, or a solitary individual looking for a bestie would be the perfect fit for SANDY. Someone who has time to spend with her in a calm environment, as she is a bit nervous at times. 

We do not recommend families with children, as SANDY is very small and startles easily. She will also need secure fencing due to her very small size (3.9kgs at present), though she hasn’t made any attempts to escape. She is happy in company and if your lap needs a dog, she is the perfect size and is all too willing to volunteer herself. SANDY is untested with cats.

 

DISCLAIMER

If you are interested in SANDY, her adoption fee is $330 AND includes desexing, microchipping, vaccinations, and flea and worm treatments. As CAA is located in Central Queensland, we will prioritise local applications. All current pets should be desexed and vaccinated. To express interest in adopting SANDY, please fill in the online enquiry form located here - http://www.capricornanimalaid.org.au/adopt-a-dog-form

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SANDY

AU$330.00Price

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    *Adoption fee includes desexing, vaccination, flea, worm and microchip. An Interview and yard check applies (fully fenced yard required for all dogs). 

    All current pets should be desexed and vaccinated.

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