I make the perfect lapdog due to my loving personality and do better when I’m near the family.
I love attention and can sometimes get myself into tiny situations and act rather dramatic. Which inspired the name Damsel in distress HeHe.
I’m still very small and can still fit my pink polka dot extra small collar, so perhaps I may be crossed with a smaller breed which makes me the perfect sleeping companion since I promise not to take up the whole bed (however I will require a spot to nuzzle my nose close to you before I finally puppy nap.)
I’m very intelligent and loyal, and have been socialised with children,teenagers,adults/strangers, and even other dogs splendidly. I am the perfect puppy for training!
I can already
-come when called
-lay down/ go to bed
-walk beside you off lead without running away
I came to my foster families home with my sister Heiress .
I love her very much and we are a team. Whether or not my sister gets adopted with me, I’m sure we will both find a home that will love us and give us a good life. I can’t wait to meet you!
Damsel is 15 weeks old been desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea & worm treated and her adoption fee is $550 and is located with her foster family in Northfield.
We think she is a Heeler X.
To express your interest in Damsel, please complete a application using the following link http://tiny.cc/dquest/?specific=Yes&dogName=Damsel
For more information, please message our Facebook page, contact us on 0416 364 228 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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*All dogs start out on a 14-day trial period. Adoption fees are to be paid in full when the dog is collected for their trial. If for any reason the trial doesn’t work out, the dog can be returned and your adoption fee will be refunded, less the administration fee (specified on adoption contract, varies per dog). Adoption fees are only returned via bank transfer. We will welcome any of our dogs back into our care at any stage of their life, however, adoption fees will only be returned during the trial period.*