Homed Dogs

Occasionally we like to post follow-ups of dogs that have recently been adopted and settled into a new home. Perhaps you’ll see some of the dogs that were previously listed for adoption.

If you’re a sucker for a happy ending, have a look at CAWI’S DOG TALES – you’ll see some heart-warming stories.



Update: “Little” Hamish has been adopted

Hamish is a 10 week old Wolfhound cross puppy who came to us from the pound. He is of unknown crossbreed and will potentially grow into a large size dog so needs someone who is ready for a big ball of love to join their home! He is very friendly and is ready to find his forever family to grow up with. If you are interested in adopting Hamish, please contact Megan 0458461935.





Update: 26/2/17 Solo has gone on a trial period with new owners

Solo is a very friendly and loving 8 month old staffy/lab x. He loves playing at the beach and with other dogs. He also likes playing tug of war with his rope toy, chasing balls and getting all the peanut butter out of his kong toy. He is very energetic so needs a family who can give him plenty of exercise and lots of stimulation. He would be best suited to a lifestyle where he is active all day long, even if it is just following you around at work. Solo is desexed, microchipped and is up to date with his vaccination and working/flea/tick treatments. He is an adventurer with lots of curiosity and was fittingly named after Han Solo from Star Wars. If you are interested in adopting Solo, please contact Megan on 0458461935

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Update: 19/3/17 Bella is now on her trial period with adoptee parents.

Bella is a female black lab of almost 6 years old with a very friendly nature. She spent a short time in the pound before arriving at the CAWI Byron Dog Rescue, but this has all been part of the adventure for her and has not dampened her spirit in the slightest! She will charm you within seconds and will easily become a friend for life. She is great with other dogs, would like to play with the cats (if they’ll let her) and is not concerned either way with chickens. She may be entering middle age, but she is still full of youthful exuberance and has a whole lot of love to give. If you are interested in adopting Bella, please contact Megan on 0458461935.


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