DONNIE – 6 YRS – RED SMOOTH TWEENIE MALE *APPLICATIONS CLOSED* 2 WEEK TRIAL

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LOCATION: GREENSBOROUGH MELB/VICTORIA
*Available for Meet and Greet by appointment*

PLEASE NOTE: DONNIE WAS NOT SURRENDERED DUE TO IVDD HE WAS SURRENDERED DUE TO FAMILY ILLNESS

Donnie is a loveable rogue who is looking for his new forever home.  He is best suited with no other pets so that he can assume his rightful position as King of the Household!! 

Recent surgery for IVDD hasn’t slowed Donnie down in the slightest.  He loves his walks and daily exercises, as recommended by the physio, which have seen him go from strength to strength.  

Donnie has a delightful curious nature and is very motivated by food and you can often find his head poking inside any open cupboard looking for more treats!

Donnie is a very affectionate boy who just loves his cuddles or a scratch in that sweet spot that will set his leg shaking and is happiest when he is snuggling right up close.

He definitely likes to make his presence known and can occasionally nip strangers or people that are unfamiliar.  

Donnie has responded very well to his foster carer’s training but will require further guidance to ensure his behaviour continues to improve.  

Donnie is an anxious fellow so would suit a mum or dad that is retired or works from home the majority of the time.

HISTORY FROM SOUTHPAWS AND VET HISTORY WILL BE EMAILED TO APPLICANTS AS REQUESTED.

ADOPTION FEE: TO BE DISCUSSED UPON APPLICATION

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

If your application is more than 2 weeks old, please resubmit.

If you are on our waiting list and interested please contact us and let us know.
If you are interested and have not completed an Adoption Application you must first complete and lodge an Application.
http://d2dr.org.au/adopt/adopt-a-daxie-application/.

We are unable to discuss prospective adoptions until the relevant paperwork has been lodged and verified.


CONTACT DETAILS

Email: rescue@d2dr.org.au

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