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    Hey Team,

    Hope you are well!
    So we are looking to get a dog and want to get it from the pound or adopt.......

    We are going to get a puppy or young dog that is a medium build breed - this is hard, medium to me is different to my partner. My medium is a Border Collie, hers is a Beagle...

    If you know anywhere/one good in Melbourne, we would greatly appreciate your help!

    Cheers,
    KP
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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    Have a browse on PetRescue - Inspired by unconditional love - PetRescue You can filter by state, size, age and sex. I must warn you, that site is highly addictive! I spent hours browsing when I was looking for my dog. Each listing has the name of the rescue organisation that cares for the dog. Most of them will have their own website and facebook page too. You also don't have to limit yourself to your area. Lots of the rescue organisations will organise transport for dogs to other areas or states.

    If you find one that you are interested in, you can talk to their foster carers to get a better idea of if they will suit your lifestyle.

    Good luck with your search!

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    Amazing info, thanks!
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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    Well border collies can be 14 kgs like my Mags and go over 20kgs so in a way you are both right. I have met beagles that are heavier than her..lol
    Last edited by farrview; 10-03-2013 at 01:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Have a browse on PetRescue - Inspired by unconditional love - PetRescue You can filter by state, size, age and sex. I must warn you, that site is highly addictive! I spent hours browsing when I was looking for my dog. Each listing has the name of the rescue organisation that cares for the dog. Most of them will have their own website and facebook page too. You also don't have to limit yourself to your area. Lots of the rescue organisations will organise transport for dogs to other areas or states.

    If you find one that you are interested in, you can talk to their foster carers to get a better idea of if they will suit your lifestyle.

    Good luck with your search!
    Again thanks! And you are right, it is addictive! I have done very little work today, but I have found two beautiful pups and a cute kitten that I am following up on to be re-homed. One is with the RSPCA and the other two from animal rescues. The beauty here is I get a new friend and the money I give will allow these groups to fund more rescues. I think everyone could do this once in their life..

    Quote Originally Posted by farrview View Post
    Well border collies can be 14 kgs like my Mags and go over 20kgs so in a way you are both right. I have met beagles that are heavier than her..lol
    Agreed! I guess we are generalising on breeds a little....... I think we are using it as a guide of sorts.
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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