Why not try one of the wonderful shelters and Foster Care programs in Perth, Western Australia.
As you may have read on our Dog Charities page, these groups help abused, neglected and unwanted dogs across Perth, Western Australia. These dogs are in desperate need of a home so please open up your heart and have a look at the dogs ready for a new home here:
ADOPT A DOG page on our members forum!
FRIENDS OF POOCHY PLAYGROUND is not just a place for you to look for a number of adorable dogs, and adopt one, but it is also a forum full of people with the same interests – treating their dog as a member of the family.
The forum allows locals to organize group gatherings for their dogs to socialize. A popular group gathering is at the fully fenced of dog areas North and South of the river (my partner Dave and myself, Mel go every weekend) – go onto the forum to see pictures of our last gathering. It would be great to see more people there so feel free to send us an e-mail or join the forum so we can introduce you to other like minded people.
On top of the gatherings we each donate a gold coin every time we meet up on the weekend, which goes towards a gift for one of the local dog charities (more information can be found in the “Friends of Poochy Playground” website forum).
So if you would like to be a part of this, please give us a call, e-mail or just simply join the forum – we look forward to seeing you and your new pooch !
If you know of any dog refuge home or foster care groups who need more exposure for their dogs in Perth, Western Australia, then please let them know of this site, or if you are a dog refuge home or foster carer, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to utilize our forum – it is completely free for everyone.
As mentioned before, the forum is fantastic for creating exposure for dogs needing a home, for people to get together on a regular basis to get their dogs socializing, but it is also fantastic for dog rescue volunteers and foster carers to see how their adopted dog is settling in their new home, plus you get to see them socializing when you come down to the group gatherings. This way it is a happy ending and beginning for the little guys that need our help