needing a forever home

Do you have room in your heart, space in your home and time in your life for a special dog who is looking for their ‘happily ever after’?  Then there may just be a PFT pup waiting for you…

As a teeny-tiny rescue group, only a small number of dogs are in care with PFT at any given time. PFT dogs are very special and often a new rescue dog will have been offered a forever home within hours or days of being saved. This means that if you are interested in adopting a dog from PFT, there may be a wait until a dog becomes available.

Current dogs looking for a forever home are below. Adoption enquiries are by email only pftrescue@gmail.com – or via the form on the contact page.

“RAINDROPS”

On 20 December “Raindrops” came into care at PFT after being “surrendered” to a local vet for euthanasia because her family was moving.

She is young, healthy, extremely well balanced, chases balls, pulls on the leash with excitement, jumps up with glee when invited for a walk, sits when asked and will shake hands for a treat. She is completely house trained, never barks, has perfect manners and has the kindest and most gentlest of natures. We have treated her ear infection and pneumonia, she has had a dental and chest x-rays, and receives medication for a heart murmur.

Raindrops is currently in care in Sydney and will soon be looking for her forever home.

Adoption enquiries through email only: pftrescue@gmail.com

“BUCKLES”

On 31 October Buckles arrived into care at PFT. Not only is she 100% blind, but she has “dry eye” in both eyes. She has now been desexed, had all of her remaining teeth removed due to disease and fractures, and 3 mammary tumours removed.

She is a tiny fragile sweetheart who needs a lot of gentle care, and is currently undergoing rehab in Sydney. She will soon be looking for her forever home.

Adoption enquiries through email only: pftrescue@gmail.com

“HOP SCOTCH”

Our sweet bunny-hopping girl Hop Scotch came into care at PFT on 31 October. She has undergone dental surgery and surgery to repair and stabilise a broken jaw.

She is currently in rehabilitation in Sydney and will soon be looking for her forever home.

Adoption enquiries through email only: pftrescue@gmail.com