Can you give Minnie the loving home she deserves?

Posted by Nerilie Watson on 28 July 2010 | 3 Comments

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Who could say no to a face like this?

Minnie is a six month old Jack Russell staffy cross who has had a very bad start in life.  When she was a few months old Minnie suffered some kind of trauma (the vet possibly thinks it was a car accident).  As a result she has a damaged front paw which causes her to limp. 

Minnie - Adopt Me!

Fortunately, her injury has not affected her zest for life and Minnie is a happy and totally adorable little dog who will need moderate rather than excessive exercise throughout her life.  She loves people, children and other dogs and is very well behaved generally.  Minnie is currently in foster care, but we are looking for a new special family for her who is prepared to give her a new home.

Her foster carer says this about her:  “Minnie is an incredibly affectionate, loving and playful puppy who totally deserves a second chance at a happy life.  She would be best placed in a family where her owners are at home most of the day as she totally loves to be with people.  She may also need some ongoing pain relief for her injury but the vet has said she should manage very well given her age and size.  Minnie has such a beautiful nature, she is totally gorgeous and she will bring a huge amount of love and laughter to her new owners.”

Is there a wonderful new family out there for our special dog Minnie?

If you are interested in offering Minnie a second chance at a happy life, please contact the Refuge on 9381 8166.


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  • Hi Sharon

    I'm not sure if you have managed to get in touch with the Refuge - but if you are still able to give Minnie a home, please call Ruth on 0434330384

    Posted by Nerilie Watson, 03/08/2010 11:21pm (7 years ago)

  • Sharon, I think she still is - but if you call the Refuge on 9381 8166 they will be able to let you know. Thanks!

    Posted by Nerilie Watson, 30/07/2010 10:30pm (7 years ago)

  • Has she found a home because I have a home for her.

    Posted by Sharon Hanson, 30/07/2010 4:16am (7 years ago)

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