albury dog rescue


Meet a very good big boy Baxter. Baxter is a very fun loving character in every way. He’s just over 12 months old so has only just started on the road to life as a good doggy citizen.

As a big active dog of one of the stronger breeds, it’s important that Baxter gets plenty of socialising and training, as much as his new family can possibly manage in this current crazy world.

Baxter knows some commands, will sit for his meals and walks nicely with a Luca lead. Being a big strong boy we need him to go to a home where his main handler and the whole family for that matter are familiar with owning and handling large strong breeds of dog, and/or are willing to get advice from a qualified trainer.

Baxter is just a big exuberant puppy and doesn’t always realise how big and strong he is, so little children are not a good idea in his ideal home.

Baxter loves playing with his toys, chew toys and toys to enrich his environment are great. Please do not consider adopting this boy if you plan to leave him alone for long work hours, he would not cope at all well in this situation.

Please email Lorraine to submit an expression of interest for Baxter.

Even our crazy cat lady said he’s a beautiful big doofess and that’s something

To meet Baxter please email Lorraine on

Breed and genderMale American Bulldog
Activity levelModerately high
Coat careLow
Indoor / outdoorBoth, confirm with Lorraine
Training levelOngoing training & socialising
Special needsNone
Adoption fee *Plus council registration if adopted in NSW*$600 See notes below
Microchip number:991001003300134
Rehoming number:R251000002
Source number:RE130809

*The adoption fee includes microchipping on the NSW Companion Animal Register, desexing, C5 vaccination,intestinal worm and flea treatment. Council registration for rescue dogs in NSW is $27.50 and $23 for pensioners.This fee applies from 18/7/2016
Best outcomes: For the best possible outcome for each adoption we do prefer that you come to us and meet the dog or puppy in person.
Please note: Even though you may be first to call, this does not always guarantee you will be chosen to adopt. By no means do we run on a “first in, first served basis”. We aim to ensure that our animals are adopted into the most suitable home for them and the new family.