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Siblings Ruby and Jack searching for forever home

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Jack and Ruby are available for adoption from RSPCA Bundaberg.

Five year old Australian Cattle Dog siblings Ruby and Jack are available for adoption from RSPCA Bundaberg.

Looking for their new home, Jack and Ruby were surrendered to the RSPCA due to unfortunate circumstances, having come from a loving home.

They are both affectionate and playful yet are at an age where they are also happy to snooze the lazy days away.

They enjoy their daily walks and both walk beautifully on their harnesses.

As they are working dogs, the perfect home would be one with owners who have had previous experience with similar breeds and have a secure yard or acreage so they can exercise daily.

Although Jack and Ruby adore each other and their people, they are not so keen on other dogs and are happy to keep their distance from fellow canines.

Bundaberg RSPCA would love to see them rehomed together, as they are very close and have a lovely relationship with each other.

A home with older dog-savvy kids over 12 years of age will be considered.

Unfortunately, the home can have no other dogs or cats.

They come desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, health checked and up-to-date with flea and worm treatments.

The joint adoption price for Jack and Ruby is $500, with the application form online here.

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