Some of these animals may be adopted or could be pending adoption as you are reading their profiles. Please give us a call at 6287 5355 ext 24 to verify the adoption status of the animal you are interested in. Thank you very much!
Rover is an energetic boy who loves to go on his walks. He's currently learning good manners to be calm and polite while interacting with humans and is showing progress. Vocal, Rover barks to tell you what he wants. Rover is not picky with food and will give his utmost attention to you during training when food is used. Also, give him a bone and he will be super happy and contented! This bubbly boy would like a human buddy to play with him and pet him. Give him a good rub on his neck and back and he will reciprocate with tons of love! (click on link for more details).
Don't let his name fool you, Viking is anything but a seafaring voyager! His favourite destination is a patch of luscious, green grass where he can sprint around and put his boundless energy to good use. Because of this abundance of energy, Viking gets bored easily and will do well in a home where he can get a high level of daily interaction. He will also excel if he undergoes training that stimulates his mind, as he learns very quickly. During training, Viking is really eager to work, and coupled with his loose-hanging tongue, his antics will surely put a smile on your face!
Dhoby is a very active dog who can't wait to go for walks. He will happily greet every familiar person he meets and can be overexcited when doing so. He is a very intelligent dog who picks up new things quickly. Dhoby is not comfortable with people touching his paws, mouth and head, especially through restraint and force. But through force-free counter-conditioning and desensitisation training done at the correct pace, he is learning that touching him is nothing he needs to be afraid of.
Dhoby needs a family with a orderly life that has a lot of time to spend with him and which will continue his force-free training.
Showing off my tricks
Hanging around with humans
Playing fetch (I will defend my toys so watch your hand, and trade me for the toy with another toy)
Petting me too long, especially on my head (I like short calm strokes on my back)
Introducing me to other dogs too quickly (I need time to learn to be calm around them)
This dog marked Adoption By Appointment (ABA) will require you to make a prior appointment to view and interact with him. He needs more specialized care and training and therefore a counselor well versed with this dog will be at hand during the appointed meeting. Please call 62875355 ext 24 to make an appointment. If you are unable to get through to speak to someone, please leave a voice message and a staff or volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible.
Just look at those fabulous eyes! Max is affectionate and very friendly with both people and other dogs. He has a great temperament and is a delight to take on walks. Max is looking for a family who has a nice, secure yard to play in and lots and lots of love to give him!
Minty takes some time warming up to people and when she does, she is excellent company. Minty loves going out for walks and enjoy head rubs. Minty tends to be protective of her food bowl, which means that she should only have her food bowl removed only by experienced handlers. However, Minty is gradually learning that foodbowl removal can be a positive experience, with the help of force-free training. With continued trainings, Minty will learn to emulate desired behavior.
Going out on walks
Treats for positive behavior
Prolonged eye contact.
Touching the food bowl even when empty.
Touching hind leg area when harnassing/de-harnassing.
This dog marked Adoption By Appointment (ABA) will require you to make a prior appointment to view and interact with her. She needs more specialized care and training and therefore a counselor well versed with this dog will be at hand during the appointed meeting. Please call 62875355 ext 24 to make an appointment. If you are unable to get through to speak to someone, please leave a voice message and a staff or volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible.