Three-month-old Moet is a stunning and affectionate girl who is eager to learn and waiting for a new home at Bundaberg RSPCA.
A Weimaraner cross American Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Moet will grow to be a large and energetic dog that will require a lot of attention from her new family.
Bundaberg RSPCA staff said Moet had a lot of love to give and was very cuddly, but had a lot to learn and would need dedication from a family.
Already undertaking basic training with the team, Moet will benefit from a training class to help progress with skills.
Moet’s adoption fee includes desexing, microchip and health check, worming and flea treatments.
To protect the health and safety of RSPCA staff and the community, Bundaberg RSPCA has made some changes to the adoption process. To make an appointment to discuss adopting Moet, click here.
About RSCPA Bundaberg
RSPCA Bundaberg helps over 750 animals find new families every year, giving second chances to animals in need.
In addition to adoptions, they offer a range of services for your furry friends including hydro bathing and boarding facilities.
All proceeds from our hydro bath and boarding services go back to the RSPCA to help local Bundaberg animals in need.
Located at 31 Doblo Street, they are open 10am – 5pm Wednesday to Saturday and 10am – 2pm on Sunday.
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