Dogs at Hobart Home

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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Introducing Ozzy, an 8.5 year old Kelpie with plenty of fun and life in him as you can see!  Ozzy has previously had the run of a farm /property, sleeping under the ute during the day and enjoying the open lifestyle. He's happily lived with another dog, but can be a bit fussy with his friends. 
Ozzy sits nicely when asked, and is housetrained. He's an eager to please and easy going fellow who loves his ball games and his toys. We think he'd do best in a home where any children are older, and where he can't access wildlife.
Ozzy is a lovely calm and affectionate boy, and we can't wait to see him head off with his new people. If you think this could be you, then please use the link below to make an appointment to meet available dogs at our Hobart Home.

https://www.dhot.com.au/adopt-a-dog/hobart-dogs/
Striking Koda is a 16 month old Staffy /Mastiff X weighing in at 29kg. This lovely fellow is housetrained, and will sit, stay and shake paws. He's used to having human company through most of the day, and has lived happily with 2 cats and children. He loves a car ride, squeaky toys and playing fetch. 
Described as happy, loving and loyal, Koda is looking for a new family to love and get tummy rubs from...
To meet and adopt Koda, please use the link below to make 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/
This gorgeous fellow is Butch, a mixed breed dog, around 4 years old and weighing in at 22kg. We can't tell you a lot about him. He's a sweet, friendly boy who's been left to his own devices in the back yard.
We do know that he'd love a family of his own, who will take him out on adventures, have lots of fun with him, and welcome him indoors with them. He'll need some positive training, and plenty of love, to help him along the path to family goodboi, and we have no doubt he'll respond really well. ❤️❤️
To meet and hopefully adopt Butch, please use the link below to make 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/
Introducing Pumba, a Staffy X, 2.5 years old and weighing 32kg. This lovely boy will sit, stay, roll over, shake paws and wait when asked. A playful, friendly and active fellow, he has previously lived with another dog and would love a doggie pal in his new home. 
He loves Kong toys, playing fetch, and being with his family. He maybe a biggish boy, but Pumba thinks he's a cuddly lap dog and can think of nothing better than cuddling up on the couch with you after a fun day at the beach. Pumba won't suit a home with cats or where he has access to wildlife.

To meet and adopt Pumba, please use the link below to make 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/
Big girl Zolty is an American Bulldog x.  She's five years old and weighs in at 24kilos. 
Zolty has slept outside so far, but we think that's no life for a dog, and she's promised that she'll learn to be toilet trained very quickly if her new family bring her inside. 

Zolty has had an unusual housemate in her last home, living with a rabbit.  But please remember that's no guarantee she'll get on with your rabbit (or your cat, or your chickens)! 
She loves people of all shapes and sizes, and would really love some humans who are around a lot. 
As far as other dogs go she prefers to ignore them, but if they bark at her she'll chat back to them. 

To meet and adopt Zolty, please use the link below to make 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/

Dogs have been a ray of sunshine and hope in a time of lockdowns and uncertainty this year. So while you are here check out our our new song for dog lovers. Hobart Musician Louie Elliott sings his original song written just for us and for all our dogs “Good boys and girls”.

Written and produced by Louie Elliot Music and music video produced by Ken Drake Photography

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