Meet Ben and Daisy

by KELLY INGLIS, manager

  • <p>GRACE BRUHM PHOTO</p><p>Daisy, one-and-a-half years old is a happy girl who will need continued training, but she is eager to learn.</p>
  • <p>GRACE BRUHM PHOTO</p><p>Ben is a very energetic and loving goldendoodle who will need regular grooming; he is three years old.</p>

SHAID Tree Animal Shelter

This week, we want to feature some great animals currently located SHAID Tree Animal Shelter to help them find their forever homes.

Ben is an energetic three-year-old goldendoodle who weighs in around 35 kg. As doodle and poodle owners know all too well, doodles need regular grooming of their high-maintenance coats!

Ben knows basic commands but would benefit from additional training as he still jumps and can be extremely stubborn. He is good with other dogs but has no previous cat experience. He is crate trained and walks well with a gentle leader but hates loud noises and too much excitement.

He loves playing with his toys, cuddling, and dancing. Ben is neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, vet-checked, and microchipped.

Daisy is a 1.5-year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever mix who still has her puppy energy. She is about 33 kg, fully house-trained, and has a start on basic training but definitely needs additional training. She is a very happy dog and seems very willing to please. She has no previous experience with young children or cats, but used to frequent a dog park with no issues. Daisy is spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, vet-checked, and microchipped.

We also have several adult cats available for adoption as well!

Joey is a beautiful, solid white, short-haired, six-year-old female with blue eyes (she is not deaf). She would love a quiet home where she can snuggle with her person and snooze her days away.

Willow is a gorgeous, solid white, short-haired, two-year-old girl with lovely copper eyes. She is social and loves attention.

Stella is an eight-year-old, long-haired, pure white female, another girl with beautiful blue eyes (she is not deaf either) however, she has a low-maintenance autoimmune disease that is kept at bay with a low-stress home and a special food. She would make a wonderful companion for a senior looking for a fuzzy friend.

These three stunning ladies have all tested negative for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus, have been spayed, vet checked, vaccinated, treated for parasites, and microchipped.

To find out more information about these pets and the many others we have available for adoption, please email info@shaidanimalshelter.com or drop into see us at 950 Mullock Road in Whynotts Settlement, just outside of Bridgewater, from Tuesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thank you to everyone for your continued support.

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