There are so many incredible groups out there doing amazing work by fostering and rehoming abandoned animals. These days at the dog park you’re just as likely to hear people discussing which rescue group they got their pooch from as which breeder they used. We want to sing their praises and help out where we can by featuring a pet of the month that is looking for a forever home.
Our featured pet this month is the adorable Cooper who is being cared for by No Kill Pet Rescue, a not for profit organisation run by a small group of volunteers that rescue, transport and foster dogs on the kill list from a variety of pounds. Their aim is to rehome all dogs in their care to loving homes. They rely solely on private funding and public donations and are located in the North West area of Sydney.
This is Cooper’s profile:
Medium Male Staffy Mix
Located in New South Wales
Not available for interstate adoption
This gorgeous pup is known as ‘Mr Cool’ within his puppy pack. He came into our care at only 6 weeks of age after being abandoned with his six siblings. Breed wise he is chipped as a Jack Russell cross Ridgeback but this was only a guess, we believe as he has grown he is more Staffy cross.
Cooper is a lovely natured boy and is the most laid back pup out of all his brothers and sisters. He likes to play but is also happy to chill out under a tree or at your feet. He loves a cuddle and is quick to listen when being redirected by his foster mum.
Cooper’s ideal forever home would have another young friendly dog and/or children to keep him company, a family that have adequate time to take him for walks and training which is very important for good puppy manners and socialisation, a family that is at home a fair amount of the time and a family that will allow him to be an indoors dog as well as outdoors.
If you are interested in adopting Cooper, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and an expression of interest form will be sent to you which you can complete and return. Post that their foster carer will be in contact to discuss to suitability.
Please note due to Cooper’s current age, he will be available to start a two week adoption trial in the beginning of January.