Rescue dogs always make great pets. Ask the girls at Sydney Dogs and Cats Home (77 Edward Street, Carlton, NSW).
They often make a huge transformation when they have been adopted into a loving home. Most rescue dogs are handed into shelters for reasons that have nothing to do with behavioural problems and they are mostly very loving and gentle. You’ll certainly never want for cuddles once you’ve rescued a canine. When you adopt a rescue dog you’ve got a best friend for life.
Many potential owners do not choose to adopt a rescue dog, due to concerns related to health and possible unknown health issues. All shelters and rescue charities have the dogs they are saving fully checked by a qualified vet, and will always state any known health issues.
Even if a rescue dog is five years or older, they still have a lot of life to live, and an awful lot of love to give. You will find an older rescue dog wants nothing more than to settle to life in a new, loving family, and longs for routine.
Here’s a selection of some dogs that are at The Sydney Dogs and Cats Home right now.
So, next time you want to add a dog to your family or your pack, adopt don’t shop – you’ll save a life and find a faithful friend at the same time.