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    Default Can You Help?

    Hi guys,
    I'm new to this forum and desperately in need of help!
    Im trying to rehome our gorgeous 1yo lab x dane Bella. Unfortunately our cats hate her,
    & she's taken it upon herself to chase them. We've only had her for 4 months, but due to an unexpected change in my work commitments due to health reasons I no longer have the time to walk her enough and it breaks my heart.
    She needs to go to a home that can put more time into and treat her like a princess.
    We rent, & as the cats have to live inside they make each others life hell, so she lives outside . She'd love to be someones best friend, snuggle with you on the couch and go
    for short walks. She'd benefit from more regular training than Im able to provide, however she does learn very quickly especially for her age. Please note she is suited to a home without cats as she will chase them, however she's great with kids and other dogs, she is very playful outside but is easily reprimanded.
    Bella weighs approximately 30kgs and is a stunning chthereocolate brown colour.
    Its a very sad decision to have to let her go, but its just not fair for her, she deserves a happier home life and so do the cats.
    any further info please email me (including pics)Bella is free to good home, the right home is a must, this dog is incredibly sweet and has so much to give she would make a perfect family dog.
    Nadia
    comanchi84@gmail.com

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    gosh should have proofread that! she's chocolate brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabbitha View Post
    gosh should have proofread that! she's chocolate brown
    Lol I thought that was some new fantastic moosh of colours! Haha good luck finding her a new home. You should try petrescue.com.au as well and see if you can find her one on there.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    This site may help.
    Help! I need to rehome my pet! | PetRescue

    In particular - is your dog desexed? Can you get her desexed before rehoming?

    And I recommend setting a token adoption fee - enough to cover the cost of desexing if nothing else.

    Set an adoption fee. You can't expect the new owner to pay the same price for a 'used' pet as they would for a brand new puppy or kitten - but it helps ensure that they are really ready for the cost of pet ownership. A reasonable range might be between $75-150, which helps offset your advertising and veterinary costs. If they aren't willing to pay an adoption fee or complain that it is too high - will they spend the necessary dollars if the dog has a minor injury or illness?

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    I wish I could take her! Good luck finding her a home.

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    She has such a lovely shiny coat what a beautiful girl.
    I hope she finds her forever home soon.

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    I have my fingers crossed for her too.

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    Hope she finds a new home
    Pets are forever

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    hi guys sorry should have mentioned she's desexed and her vaccinations are all up to date.
    I wish we could keep her its hearbreaking, But Ive just been diagnosed with a debilitating muscle condition that causes chronic fatigue. I've had to retire my horse as a result too :-(
    Its such a pity that her and the cats hate each other otherwise id work something out, but its not fair for a young dog to be stuck in a yard until I can get this condition under control.

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