Hobart Dogs

The dogs below are waiting for adoption from our Hobart Home. If you’re interested in meeting one of these dogs, please click the link below to make an appointment.

Sorry, but we do not move dogs between Homes for meetings.

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Beautiful Stella the Cattle Dog X (25.5 kg)  is looking for love in our Hobart Home. She's a playful, happy girl, just 12 months old, who loves to run, and enjoys playing with other dogs. She likes balls, and playing in water. Stella walks well on lead and looks forward to learning more in her new home. She won't suit a home with children under 12. Please book an appointment using the link below if you'd like to meet her.
Narla is a 12 month old Boxer X (23.5 kg). We don't know much about her, but she seems a happy outgoing girl. She loves other dogs, but prefers her playmates to be the quieter,  settled kind. Narla is looking for her new start in our Hobart Home. Please book an appointment using the link below if you think you could be her forever family.
UPDATE: Blair is still trying to find just the right home.   This boy needs a home where there are no cats, and no young children (under 14) because small kids are just a bit too exciting for him.   
He's also told us that he's NOT a dog park kind of dog - all that activity and those other dogs racing around isnt his thing at all.  Lots of great dogs are like this - gorgeous, loving dogs in a quiet home, but stressed and unhappy in a busy environment. 
If you think you have the right home for Blair, make an appointment using the link below  to come and meet him at our Hobart Home. 

This cutie is Blair, an 18 month old Kelpie X, with a bit of this, and a bit of that thrown into the mix. At just over 14 kilos, he's a medium sized dog. Blair will benefit from some positive training, but he's keen, and friendly when he feels comfortable, and will make a lovely companion. He is housetrained, loves to play tug-o-war and has a nice game of fetch. He will need plenty of mental stimulation and enrichment, as well as physical activity to keep his busy working dog mind happy in your home. He's spent some time in our Foster Care Program and when we asked him at his weekly zoom meeting if he was ready to find his own forever people, he said "Yes please"!
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