Located Banksia Grove , WA 6031.
Not available for interstate adoption.
If you would like to meet Lilly please complete the Expression of Interest Form.
Lilly has never really been allowed off the lead, sniffing or saying hello to passing dogs. She can get super excited when playing and other dogs may not like this. We recommend Lilly is an only dog in the home.
She has never shown any aggression towards people including children but as she jumps up and is strong when running she could potentially knock a child over. We recommend any kids be teenagers and older.
Medium - playful and energetic. Lilly is quite happy to lounge outside during the day as long as she is walked, played with and exercised consistently (30 – 60 mins daily)
How is this dog on a lead?
Lilly loves walkies and tends to pull for the first half of the walk but jogging for this time calms her down. She is better when a halti harness is used.
How is this dog off the lead?
When a ball is thrown she will fetch and return it. Normally Lilly will come when called, depending on distractions.
No but we always recommend a secure yard.
Nuisance barker or destructive?
Lilly is not currently a nuisance barker but will alert you to something strange. As Lilly is extremely people orientated she will whine if she is segregated from her family when they are home. If you want a dog to interact with, she will fit in beautifully. She will chew her toys and sometimes, the occasional sock.
Tolerance to being alone.
She is fine alone but preference will be given to homes where she is not left for extended periods of time – we don’t want Lilly sleeping her life away.
She loves cuddling up on the couch and being with her family as much as she can – all the time if allowed. Lilly also loves playing with a soccer ball, netball and fetch is great fun. If she has pigs ears and bones to chew on then she is a very happy dog.
Lilly barks and growls at thunder during storms. She doesn't like wearing dog outfits either.
Lilly will suit families who love dogs and are seeking a loyal companion. When home she will want to be with you otherwise she will object and let you know she is unhappy. Affectionate and caring, Lilly is calm most of the time when chilling with her family. She gets excited when new friends come to visit but will settle - as she is smart and a quick learner a little more exposure to new friends and some training should help with this.
She will not suit homes with very young, frail, elderly or time poor residents.
Lilly is a loyal, loving dog eager to please and quick to learn. She can be left alone during the day but does require affection when people are home. With mental stimulation and daily exercise Lilly is a happy dog. Lilly loves playing and interacting with the family.
Lilly has been well looked after and loved. This is a regrettable re-homing due to her family becoming increasingly time poor and also have a baby.
Adoption Fee $420
Why are our adoption fees great value?
Compare the prices below.
AVERAGE RETAIL VET PRICES
Some vets do not include additional items in the quote and add these on later e.g. pain relief, fluids, removal of stitches
Male $210 - 310
Female $295 - 560 (add $160 if on heat)
Vaccination - annual injection
$79 - 93
$65 - 75
Kennel Cough - annual injection
$40 - 50
Heart worm injection - annual injection
Medium $75 - 110
Heart worm blood test
Recommended if history is unknown
$50 - 85
Written vet assessment
Varies with breed, age, size, health and temperament.
This is not a list of what vet work any dog in the program has or will have done by Dog Adoption.
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