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.




Good news……. Midnight has been adopted by a family at Murwillumbah and will go on trial next week! Lucky Midnight…..


Foster Carer or Lifelong Home urgently needed for Midnight who is a Bull Arab x Kelpie who is nearly 3 months old (born 10/1/18).

If you can help or have any other questions please contact Margaret on 0458 461 935‬.


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Fantastic news…. Nelson will be going on trial to his forever home thIs Wednesday 4/4/18. Yay Nelson!!!!

LIFELONG HOME needed for Nelson 3yr old 31kg desexed male Bull Arab x Boxer. He has been surrendered to CAWI because his owners are moving overseas.

Nelson is a very gentle chilled out boy, when your with him he transmits a great sense of calmness. He is good with other dogs, is not a barker, loves car travel, walks well on a halti and is very good with older children. Fence required. If you would like to meet this gorgeous boy please phone Margaret on 0458 461 935. Adoption fee applies.


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  • UPDATE: Rusty has now gone on trial to his new family.
  • UPDATE:  Rusty will be going on trial to his new forever home in late July.
  • Rusty is a desexed 2yr old male purebred Aust. red cattle dog. He has been in our care for three months. He was rescued from Kyogle area where he had been neglected and tied up in a shed with a heavy, tight chain around his neck. We suspect he had been treated in this way because he wouldn’t work properly.
    Rusty has now put on weight and thanks to his devoted carer who takes him to the beach every day – Rusty has now learnt how to play with other dogs. He is a very affectionate dog and follows his male carer everywhere.
    Rusty, even though born to be a working dog has now adjusted to small town living as long as he has regular exercise and visits to the beach. He is a inside/outside dog.
    Rusty is untested around children (fine with adults). He still displays some of the cattle dog traits. We know he chases horses and we wouldn’t recommend him around cats or chickens. Rusty is a loyal and high energy dog. He would suit a home with a nice natured female dog of similar weight and energy level.  CAWI is hoping to find a lifelong home with someone who has extensive knowledge of the cattle dog breed.
    Adoption fee is $300.00.
    For more information on Rusty please ring Margaret Brown at Companion Animals Welfare Inc. (CAWI) Brunswick Heads on 0458 461 935