Miss SPECKLES is a highly intelligent fun loving girl who loves her humans!
She loves to snuggle like a baby on the lounge with you and sleeps on her bed at the bottom of her humans bed all night! SPECKLES is fully house trained and will go tinkle when you take her out and tell her wee time before bed! She loves a good car ride and going for walks, she walks excellent on the lead.

She loves kids, they are so much fun, and she is gentle when interacting with them! She loves cats but is not a fan of small dogs! She has 4 big dog friends that she loves to visit and play with! Another doggy friend would be lovely and a family that spent a lot of time loving her. SPECKLES is an amazing and loving girl looking for her perfect family!

Oh and she loves camping too. She has even been fishing in the boat and loved it! 

 

 WHAT IS ASSISTED REHOMING? 
Assisted rehoming is an opportunity for CAA to assist owners needing to rehome their pet in the absence of an available foster home.

Please be aware that as this is an assisted rehoming and the dog is not currently in the care of CAA. Owners may rehome their pet privately whilst CAA advertises so we cannot guarantee availability.

Upon successful adoption through CAA, we will ensure the dog is:
 Vaccinated
 Flea/worming treatment
 Microchipped
 Heartworm Tested
 Desexed

CAA cannot accept financial responsibility for any health issues that may arise once adopted.

SPECKLES’s adoption fee is $330 and includes desexing, microchipping, vaccinations, flea and worm treatments. To express interest in adopting SPECKLES please fill in the online enquiry form located here - http://www.capricornanimalaid.org.au/adopt-a-dog-form

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Speckles

AU$330.00Price
  • 3.5 years as at June 2022

Interested in Adopting?

Meet our animals at the next Adoption Day!

Enquire through our online 

Adoption Forms for 

CATS / DOGS

*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.