shar-pei x french bulldog

Saffron

This sweet girl’s name is Saffron and she’s a Shar-Pei cross French Bulldog. At roughly one year old she is still very much a puppy… And just look at that face! Saffron travels well in the car although she can get a little anxious sometimes. She also walks very well on lead when she’s out and about learning about the big wide world.

She is friendly with other dogs when she meets them and is also cat friendly (her foster mum has cats).

Saffron loves playing with toys, the squeaky ones are her favourite. She also loves to run around the yard with a soft toy in her mouth!

She is still unsure about coming inside and can take some coaching to come in, once she’s in she’s fine. She is crate trained and has no issues sleeping there.

Saffron can be quite timid when meeting new people so she needs some encouragement in that area. Of course she will need lots of socializing and ongoing training and time spent with her to bring out her best.

Overall Saffron is a delightful youngster who will make a loving companion for some lucky family. But we will be choosing the best situation for her, not just the first application.

To submit an expression of interest for Saffron please email Lorraine on lorraine@awar.org.au


Breed and genderFemale Shar-Pei X French Bulldog
SizeMedium / small
DOB01/11/2020
Activity levelModerate
Coat careLow
Indoor / outdoorBoth, indoors at night
Training levelOngoing training & socialising
Special needsNone
Adoption fee *Plus council registration if adopted in NSW*$700 See notes below
Microchip number:900164002080764
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.