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    Default Formally Introducing Kali

    Yesterday I went to but myself a new(ish) car and while I was chatting the woman I was buying off told me she was moving to NSW and needed to find her dog a home or she would be forced to surrender her to the RSPCA. well me and my big soft heart couldn't say 'No' and today Kali was dropped off. She has slotted in with our family of 2 cats, 1 kelpie, 2 adults and my 3 year old son with no problems at all. She skinny at the moment but a good diet will see her a good size again. She is off to the Vet for a check up Monday to make sure she is upto date with it everything

    So here is Kali: a 6-7 years mixed breed. Opinions welcome on what mix she is






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    Staffy in her prehaps? Great to hear she fits in well with your family. Looks like your kid loves her!
    Owning a dog should be a partnership. Much like a good marriage it should be based on love, trust and devotion until death do you part.
    R.I.P Dali: 10th May 1998 – 20th December 2011

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    yes he adores her which is pretty good considering he was bitten on the face by a dog about the same size earlier this year. He was my biggest concern but as you can see there is no problems at all

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    Thats a floppy eared cuddle buddle crossed with a wuvy duvy face licker !!

    Renowned for making potential owners turn into big softies and making kids fall in love with them instantly.


    Glad she found a good home. Good on ya !!


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    My guess is she is a dawggy LOL

    Adorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Thats a floppy eared cuddle buddle crossed with a wuvy duvy face licker !!

    Renowned for making potential owners turn into big softies and making kids fall in love with them instantly.
    PMSL I love this! very true in this case to lol

    Thanks everyone for the compliments. she has only been here one day and we already are wondering how our home worked before she got here

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    Kali is great! What did the previous owner say she was of mixed breeds? it would probably be easier to just stick with that for transferring councils registration.

    Glad she has slotted into your family easily
    Beau
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    Kali is great! What did the previous owner say she was of mixed breeds? it would probably be easier to just stick with that for transferring councils registration.

    Glad she has slotted into your family easily
    Beau
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    She's the same breed as my dog! A "quintessential bitsa".

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    Her owner said she thought all Am staff but while she might have it in there some where she is not mostly am staff.
    She stand about 50cm at the shoulder so she is a large girl and once she fills out she is still going to be a powerful but still a fairly lean built dog. one of my friend saw her today and suggested maybe some boxer in there.

    She'll be registered as a mixed breed with the council but I am curious lol

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