Banksia Park Puppies Dogs ready to rehome
Thank you for your interest in our retired mums and dads.
We do have a mailing list for our rehoming dogs which sits at over 150 people.
To rehome one of our dogs the steps are:
1.Fill in our adoption form
2. Add yourself to our mailing list to look at the new dogs when they first are available for adoption.
3. Wait to get an email directed to the mailing list. There is a significant wait on our dogs so make sure you put your name down early enough to account for the wait.
4. Contact us immediately after you receive a mailing list email. The dogs will be reserved for meeting in order of who has emailed us first.
5. You come to Banksia Park and meet the dog/s you have reserved. This will allow you to see if you have a bond with the dog.
We apologise for anyone who is unable to visit Banksia Park Puppies personally. We simply will not send our dogs to new families if they have not met them here first to see if a bond develops and to meet them first in their own environment. This is very important for the relationship of the animal with their new owner.
Until you lock in a date to visit us and a dog that you wish to visit we will continue attempting to rehome our dogs with other families. Our dogs do have a lot of interest in them, and unfortunately, to avoid disappointment you must make a time to visit us and reserve mum before we can take her off our list of dogs ready to retire.
Ready to retire
If there are no dogs here ready to retire we suggest that you join our mailing list to learn about any new mums or dads who are ready for rehoming.
Walida likes a run and a walk! She is a little quieter than some of our other cocker spaniels and may take a couple of weeks to settle in but enjoys to play. She would work well in a house with another dog to show her around.
Bobbity is one of our beagles and she has all the traits of a beagle including using her voice to tell you what she wants! She is friendly and loves a pat but because she is a beagle and will retain the beagle traits we are ideally looking for a home for her with experienced prior beagle owners. If you think that your home would be suitable please let us know and we can discuss further.
Lorna is one of our gorgeous Labradors. She is friendly and happy but if she doesn’t know you she will bark to let you know! We’d like her to go to a home with room for her (someone with a backyard!) and ideally someone who knows about Labradors. She is older and therefore has mostly grown out of the Labrador puppy phase which lasts a few years, and will be a loving companion in a home.
Char is one of our gorgeous Labradors. She loves a swim and a play as well as a good cuddle and pat. Like all labradors she knows how to use her voice, but she is friendly and happy and will be a lovely addition to most households.
Smuggly is full of energy and is a playful dog! He is much too playful with kids and has been returned from a house with children. He would suit a home where there are no kids present now, or future plans for them. He is lovely and enjoys a good run as you can see from the photos!