They may not be supermodels or hollywood movie stars, but the dogs at the Refuge often become the shining light in their new family's lives once they are rehomed.
Who could say no to a face like this?
I adopted a little blue cattle dog whose name was Whisper, but is now named Cerveza, in mid-March. Unsurprisingly, she is super energetic and loves going down to the beach at Freo twice a day…everyday - rain, hail or shine.
Hi everyone at the Refuge. Alamoe (Moe) has been excellent! We've bought him a clam with water in it and put it in the backyard, because we know that he loves water and he keeps cool in it on hot days.
Hello. I'm Leo and I have been with my new pack since Feburary 2007, after spending about 2.5 months at the Shenton Park Refuge.
I would just like to let you know how we are getting on with Cloudy who we adopted - he has really settled in well, as if he has been with us for years!
You'd swear it was springtime at the moment with the amount of puppies that have been around the Refuge - and there's still more to come!
To the kind people who look after the homeless dogs at the Shenton Park Dogs' Home.
Anton and Missy have settled in beautifully into their new family, so I thought it was timely for me to provide you with an update.
We all know how adorable puppies are, but often what we find cute characteristics when our dogs are still puppies are not so cute as they become older. Therefore, to help new puppy owners to teach their puppies good doggy manners, we are launching our Puppy Kindy course at the Refuge.