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Adopt a pet: precious Penny

Penny the dog
Penny, the six-year-old mixed breed, has just discovered country living and loves nothing more than pottering around out in the garden or following the ute around the paddock while dad does the farm chores.

This precious girl from Red Collar Rescue has only just started to find her happy place.

Penny, the six-year-old mixed breed, has just discovered country living and loves nothing more than pottering around out in the garden or following the ute around the paddock while dad does the farm chores.

Penny is utterly devastated if she is made to stay in a yard, or indoors, when her people are outside and will give you the biggest puppy dog eyes imaginable.

She doesn't particularly enjoy the company of young children as they are too noisy and take too much attention away from her, so a home where she can be the centre of everyone’s world will be ideal.

She is fine with cats, other dogs, chickens, horses, even cows and is the perfect all-rounder.

At six-years-old, Penny is just looking for a lap to call her own.

Breed: mixed

Gender: Female

Age: Six-years-old

Adoption price: $350 from Red Collar Rescue

For more information about Penny click here or the Red Collar Rescue Facebook page here.

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