Hobart Dogs

The dogs below are waiting for adoption from our Hobart Home. If you’re interested in adopting one of these dogs, please click the link below to make an appointment to visit the Home. Dogs are being adopted throughout the day, and while we try and update Facebook and the website as soon as a dog is adopted, we cannot guarantee that any particular dog will still be there when you visit.

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Handsome fellow Trigger is a 3.5 year old Rottweiler X American Bulldog (43kg). He's a lovely boy who enjoys a ball game and playing in the water at the beach. Trigger will sit and lay down when asked and is housetrained; he walks really well for our volunteers in his harness. He travels well in the car and has previously lived with another dog. He won't suit a home where he has access to livestock or small animals, and will need good secure fencing to keep him safe at your place. He'll do best in a home where any children are over 12. He's become a firm favourite with our volunteers, full of personality and a little cheeky, everyone loves to spend time with Trigger. 
To meet and adopt Trigger, please use the link below to book an appointment to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home - just remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit. 
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
Hi, I'm Diesel. I'm 5 years old, an American Staffy who weighs 27kg (a good size to sit on your lap). Actually, I prefer chairs, all kinds of chairs, camp chairs, kitchen chairs, couches, wherever the humans usually sit. My best day eva would include a ride in the car to the beach (I love the water) a nice long walk, and a game with my squeaky toys. I like to finish my day with some zoomies in the back yard before I come inside to sleep. That way you know how happy I am. ❤️❤️ I like kids, although maybe I'm a bit too enthusiastic for the little ones, and I don't want any cats in my next home. Oh, and I always use the outdoors toilet if anyone's asking. 😉 
If you want me to come live with you and give me lots of love, please use the link below to book an appointment to meet available dogs at the Hobart Home where I'm waiting (while being spoilt by the hoomans here).
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
This beautiful smile belongs to Staunch, a young male American Staffy x. At just 18 months old and a lovely medium sized 26kg, there's lots to love about Staunch.  A happy and affectionate fellow, we can't tell you his backstory except to say that if you have free range chickens then he's not the boy for you. He's told us that he wants a home with toys,  and couches, and treats, with a hooman who loves him and wants to make him the happiest of goodbois. If this sounds like it could be you, then please use the link below to book a visit to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home- just remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit.
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
He's handsome, he's fun, and he's just raring to go to his new loving home. Jack is a Staffy X, 4.5 years old and a nice medium sized 25kg. He loves a good game of tug-of-war and chasing balls of all kinds. He'll need good secure fencing to keep him safe, but most of all he'll need someone to love, who'll love him back wholeheartedly. He'd love to get out and about on adventures and will be very keen to share a couch with his favourite hoomans at the end of the day.
To adopt Jack, please use the link below to book an appointment to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home - just remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit.
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
What a wonderful smile Bobley has, and you too could wake up to that happiness every day! He's a 14 month old Bull Terrier X (26kg). Bobley has previously lived with children of all ages and another dog. He's friendly, playful, and yes, a little bit boisterous (he's only a young fella). Bobley loves the beach, and hanging around with his hoomans and can't wait for a new start with an active family who want to include him in their lives. He won't suit a home with small free ranging animals.
If you'd like to adopt Bobley, please use the link below to book a visit to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home- just remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit. 
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
Hi 5 from Loki, a 14 month old Kelpie X. 

This gorgeous boy is smart, loving and active.  Loki is not suitable for a rural home as he has high prey drive and will chase wildlife or sheep.  So he's looking for a city home with good fences and an active family who will keep his clever brain and athletic body busy with games and training.  
Loki is a very affectionate boy who loves human company, so he won't suit a home where he will be left alone for long hours.  

If your home ticks the boxes for Loki (non-rural, active lifestyle, plenty of time to spend with him) make an appointment to come and meet him at our Hobart Home. 
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
Carefree Rosie is an American Bulldog almost 12 months old and weighing in at 33kg. She's a typical youngster, happy and excited to be with you, full of the joys of life. She's ready to join a family who'll spend the time training her, playing with her, taking her out and about adventuring, and sharing their home, the fireplace, and maybe even the couch with her. She enjoys a car ride and playing in water, and is probably too boisterous for small children.
If you'd like to adopt Rosie please use the link below to make an appointment to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home - but remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit. 
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
Hello beautiful Skylah! She's a 20 month old American Staffy X, a lovely size at 26.5kg. She has previously lived with another dog and a cat, but will chase wildlife, chickens and small animals given the opportunity. She is an affectionate and loving girl who enjoys human attention and would enjoy a doggie playmate in her new home. She's housetrained, and loves rope toys and playing in water. She travels well in the car, and is said to be well mannered and confident. She will need good tall fencing to keep her from enjoying adventures on her own. 
Skylah is waiting in our Hobart Home so use the link below to book an appointment to meet available dogs - just remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit.
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
This adorable face belongs to Jax, a 2 year old English x American Staffy. (22kg).

This guy has been a cuddly delight for his foster carer who has been giving him lots of love and attention whilst we work on getting his coat into better condition. 
Jax has been loving his little adventures in the car and going for his daily walks. He has been well mannered around the house and once comfortable has a gentle sweet nature. He is a big fan of playing with his toys and running around in the sprinkler. 

Jax has had no previous exposure to young children so we have recommended he not be rehomed with children under the age of 12 years old. 

If you'd like to adopt Jax, please use the link below to book a visit to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home- just remember as dogs are adopted throughout the day we can't guarantee any particular dog will be there when you visit.
https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/

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