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HappyPaws Haven
, | Member since August 2017
Our Vision is to be an essential part of the community through schools, colleges, volunteers and community service organisations to be the best non-kill animal rescue rehabilitation and re-homing sanctuary that we can be. A safe place where all animals that are accepted are given the tools to live happy healthy lives in their new homes through working with and educating the community in regard to the behaviour of these animals including de-sexing and responsible pet ownership.

Mr Max J

  • Breed: Australian Cattle Dog X Kelpie X Staffy Mix Dog
  • Age: 5 years
  • Mr Max J would make someone a great guard dog with a single person or older family. He will bark and look fierce to anyone he does not know especially if there is a fence between you. But if you have a quiet chat to him on his side of the fence and let him come to you he will do so with a smile and a wag of his tail. I am sure this is where the saying of all bark and no bite comes from. He can be very scary at first and all our volunteers have been fooled by him. When you first meet him like any dog stand still he will come up sniff you and then ask for a pat. BUT like us all if someone creeps up or puts a hand in our face we might react and Mr Max J might too. He is a very loyal mate and companion once bonded with you will be by your side forever through thick and thin. He is good with older kids and adults and absolutely fine with other dogs. He is desexed immunised micro-chipped regularly treated for parasites.
  • Rescue Center: HappyPaws Haven
  • Phone: 0266449936
  • Tags: HappyPaws Haven Australian Cattle Dog x Kelpie x Staffy Mix Dog rescue
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About HappyPaws Haven

About HappyPaws Haven

Our Vision is to be an essential part of the community through schools, colleges, volunteers and community service organisations to be the best non-kill animal rescue rehabilitation and re-homing sanctuary that we can be. A safe place where all animals that are accepted are given the tools to live happy healthy lives in their new homes through working with and educating the community in regard to the behaviour of these animals including de-sexing and responsible pet ownership.