*Foster Carer Update: Maggie is extremely responsive and trainable as she learns house rules immediately. She loves nothing more than making her foster family happy by following their every move around the house and yard. She would give any retriever a run for their money by retrieving her beloved squeaky toys and amusing herself by carrying them around the house. She doesn’t have a mean bone in her body, she’s extremely gentle, trustworthy and has perfect manners when it comes to all things food! She loves running in the backyard and is not fazed by loud noises or small yapping dogs when out for walks. She is becoming more confident at travelling in cars and is capable at walking up and down open and closed stairs while also toileting on command. She would flourish within a quiet household as a beloved member of the family.
Her foster carer has also reported that she has played well with 2 labradors, 1 Greyhound and 3 Cavoodles.

Ears Maggie. Introducing the tiniest and cutest addition to the Western Sydney Kennels, Miss Maggie.
With ears nearly bigger than herself, little Maggie only 1.5yrs old and is slowly being introduced to everything pet life is about. So far, she’s shown great enjoyment on walks with lovely lead manners and we’ve even found a few stairs along the way which she cautiously but courageously mastered in no time. Of course, being so young she enjoys playing with her toys and following us everywhere in case a treat accidentally/deliberately drops from our hands.

She’ll need a quiet home to further her transition along but respectful primary school aged children who can engage in enrichment activities and quiet walks with her would do her well. Maggie will appreciate a back yard to laze about in after her play time is over also.

A calm, medium-sized canine companion would too assist in her settling into home life and she would suit a home where someone is home more often than not.

Maggie is available to adopt now.

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, Maggie has:

  • a C5 vaccination
  • been desexed
  • been microchipped
  • been intestinally wormed
  • been heartworm tested
  • had flea and heartworm prevention
  • been LIFETIME REGISTERED (no need to register with your council – this is all done as part of the Lifetime Registration)