Dec 31, 2019

Thank you for considering an ARF dog. ARF’s NSW Rehoming Organisation Number is R251000000
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 unsuccessful, rest assured that the foster carer has carefully based their decision on a thorough knowledge and understanding of the dog’s needs.

Angel is assessed as being in the Silver category in our Perfect Match system and will desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and available for $350 (incl GST) once her vet work and quarantine are complete.



UPDATE 20 Jan Angel has found herself a home and will be moving in in time for the long weekend

Angel Profile Pic (1)

Angel is a 9 months old wolfhound cross that turns out a tardy smaller than her breed. Standing at knee height with just 16 kilos, she is a blank canvas and a delight to train!

She loves both giving and receiving physical affections to merely any human or dogs while meeting them appropriately. See Angel with her bestie, Smiley, here (!

Angel staning with Smiley (1)

Angel has great temperament and a positive outlook to life! Since coming into care, she has discovered that apples can be rolled around and eaten at the same time, splashing water from the kiddie pool is a wonderful way to cool down, and there is a thing called cheese and peanut butter sandwich. Her curiosity has given her the courage to give everything a go! See Angel’s entertainment with her apple here (!

Angel being cute (1)

Being a smart cookie, she has already learnt basic commands such as ‘sit’, ‘drop’, ‘in your bed’, ‘crate’, ‘ come’ within a week of arrival and has taken herself out to do her business through the doggie door. See Angel’s achievements at day 3 here (!

Angel Doggie Door (1)

At leisure, she entertains herself with toys, both fluffy one and enrichment ones. She has also just started learning about tug-of-war and ball chasing. Zooming around the yard to then plonk herself for a nap is a new fav!

Angel doing life tough (1)

Angel requires a home who is willing to continue her training and exposure to life as she has the greatest potential to excel at things such as agility. The new home will also need to understand the commitment of welcoming a teenager into their lives with the need to set some boundaries that will have her be the wonderful dog she will turn out to be.