Mauri – on hold

About Mauri – on hold

Mauri has found his home so no more applications will be accepted.

Gentle friendly boy just wanting his own human to love!

Animal ID No: ARF571
Size: medium/large
Sex: Male Desexed
Breed: Staghound/Bull terrier x
Age: 8-10+ yrs
Activity Level: Moderate
Category: Available
Fees: $150

Foster Carer:
Perfect Match

More About Mauri – on hold

Mauri, short for Maurice, has only been in care a short time but he is the most affectionate and happy boy.  If no cuddles are happening, he will curl up on his bed and wait for another opportunity to snuggle.

He has lived all his life outside but is realising the advantages of being an inside dog and is doing really well with his toilet training though needs to be reminded to go out the doggy door sometimes.

He gets on well with all sorts of dogs and just wants to make friends with them in a calm polite manner.  He would be happy living with another dog or with an owner who is home most of the time

He travels well in the car, is easy to bath, loves his walks and never barks, even when the dog over the back fence is barking madly at him. Mauri is a joy to foster and deserves a very special home

He is only available for rehoming in the Canberra region and will be looking forward to meeting prospective owners from Sunday 13 September.






Thank you for considering an ARF dog. Most dogs receive several enquiries, and we aim to match the right dog to the right home so that they can enjoy a happy life together. If your enquiry is successful, rest assured that the foster carer has carefully based their decision on a thorough knowledge and understanding of the dog’s needs.

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