Sally and Belle / 4 and 3 year old (Sally and Belle are in Foster Care in NSW)


image Four year old Sally and three year old Belle arrived into GRR’s care after being surrendered by a puppy farmer to the RSPCA. When GRR picked up Sally and Belle from the RSPCA they were very frightened and had to be carried to the car. On arrival at GRR it was obvious that Sally had not long given birth to a litter of puppies. These sweet girls were very wary of people but once they learned that life at GRR meant good food, a warm bed, lots of cuddles and plenty of time to run and play in the paddocks Sally and Belle’s cheeky personalities began to shine through.
Sally and Belle were previously posted individually but after watching their confidence levels grow GRR has decided that the best outcome for these girls is to be rehomed together. Sally has shown herself to be more than a little pushy when it comes to treats, food and attention. Belle is obviously used to Sally’s behaviour but other dogs may not take kindly to Sally’s way of putting a dog in its place.
Riding in the car remains scary for Sally, as do the noises of traffic, so she is looking for a home and family who will provide her with the quiet life she loves. Sally’s health check at the RSPCA showed that she is a healthy girl but her hips are not good. Sally will not require surgery but she will require regular injections and to be on a regimen of supplements so her new family will need to be committed to her healthcare.
Image After being in care for several months Sally and Belle race up to people who they now consider as a source of food and love and they have taken to barking at their foster carer at feeding time in effort to speed up their meal. Riding in the car remains scary for these girls as do the noises of suburbia so they are looking for a home and family who will provide them with the time to become used to the world. Walking on lead which was at first non existant has improved out of sight and these girls are now loose lead walking. Sally’s health check at the RSPCA showed her to be a healthy girl but her hips are not good. Sally will not require surgery but she will require to be on a regimen of supplements so her new family will need to be committed to her healthcare. Belle’s RSPCA report showed her to also be a healthy girl and during their time in foster care Sally and Belle’s Coats have grown to be thick, lustrous and shiny, their eyes sparkle and they are full of confidence.
Image After three months of learning how to live the good life Sally and Belle are ready for the next part of their journey to become the dogs they were always meant to be. Their new family will need to understand that Sally and Belle will need time to get used to being part of a family. These girls would appreciate a home where someone is around much of the time as they do love plenty of attention.

Sally is 4 years old and Belle is 3 years old and they require a home where:
- someone is around the home much of the time,
- there are no stairs or slippery floors,
- the family is committed to Sally’s ongoing veterinary care,
- the family has the time to introduce Sally and Belle to the sights and sounds of their new world,
- there are no cats or pocket pets, and there are no other dogs in the home,
- any children in the home are young adults.
If you meet all the criteria above and would like to open your heart and home to Sally and Belle please complete the questionnaire on the Current Rescues page or the Contact page and email to: mail@grr.org.au
To assist GRR in finding the perfect fit for Sally and Belle only applicants who meet ALL of the specific criteria listed on this Poster, in addition to the general criteria listed on the GRR adoption questionnaire, will be considered for adopting Sally. Applicants who do not meet all the criteria listed will not receive a response.
Sally and Belle come microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated for heart worm, intestinal worms and fleas.
Thank you. We look forward to hearing from you.