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!
One of our resident's Gypsy, who was surrendered while she was pregnant, has recently given birth to her pups and there are still two remaining - Gertie and Gizmo (pictured here). These puppies are eagerly awaiting new families, and over the coming weeks there will be three more litters ready for adoption at the Refuge - that's almost 20 puppies!
Refuge President, Karen Rhodes, says that generally puppies are re-homed relatively quickly and there is a waitlist available for anyone who would like to be notified when puppies come to the Refuge.
"However, recently puppies have been waiting longer for a new home and with this number of puppies coming in we are keen to get them re-homed and out of the kennel environment as soon as possible", says Karen.
Anyone interested in Gertie or Gizmo, or any of the other puppies due for adoption soon, should contact the Refuge on 9381 8166. Also, keep an eye out on the website and our Facebook group to receive an update when the puppies are ready for adoption.