On Hold - Adoption Pending.
Located Parkwood 6147, WA.
Not available for interstate adoption.
Please complete the Expression of Interest Form if you would like to meet Snowie and Rollo.
Snowie and Rollos' Profile
Snowie and Rollo are a bonded pair and must be re-homed together.
Yes they are social.
Yes were raised with kids and have always been gentle. We recommend any kids be teenagers or older and only if calm and gentle. They do not like to be roughly treated or in a home that is loud or chaotic.
Both are 8-10 kgs.
Snowie is 12. Rollo is 10 yrs 9 months.
Medium - playful and energetic.
How is this dog on a lead?
How is this dog off the lead?
They stay close by and come when called.
No but they will take advantage of an open gate to explore and ramble.
Nuisance barker or destructive?
Tolerance to being alone.
They love spending time with the people they love – these dogs will make great companions.
Nothing they express but I guess they don’t like being ignored for extended periods.
Snowie and Rollo will fit in almost anywhere but ideally they will thrive where they have a nice, secure yard to explore and where they are companions for someone home more often than not. Retirees, active seniors or folks who work from home would be ideal. They are very affectionate and love your company.
They will not suit homes with residents who are very young, frail, elderly or time poor.
Adoption Fee $320 for them both. That's 50% off.
* Vaccination to be done after adoption by a vet authorised by Dog Adoption and hence, paid for by us.
Our Adoption Fees are great value considering what the average retail vet charges.
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