Hazel and Banjo / Both 3 Years old / Female and Male
This unlikely duo were born three days apart and are three years old. Banjo arrived into GRR’s care when his family were moving and could not
find rental accommodation that allowed dogs. He arrived very wary of the people trying to reach out to him and was frightened of the lead.
Hazel came from a Breeding Facility and while she has been in care longer than Banjo, this girl remains wary of humans. Banjo is now happy to
meet people while Hazel remains aloof and has set up her comfort zone which is just our of reach of a stretched out arm. Hazel and Banjo’s
carer can walk them but this is definitely something they do not enjoy.
Hazel needed to gain weight while Banjo needed to lose some kilos and both are now a healthy weight and Hazel’s coat has improved. After three
litters in three years Hazel had lost condition in body and coat. Banjo, however, has one of the most beautiful, thick coats which his carer
is continuing to thin out.
GRR had previously advertised Banjo but has decided to rehome Hazel with Banjo. These two Goldens have spent many weeks in foster care together
sharing a day yard and a night run. They have come from very different backgrounds but share many traits and they have formed a bond with both
of them becoming stressed if they are parted.
Banjo came from a home with children and is well socialised with other dogs and loves to swim. He barks at meal times as he waits for his dinner
and is not a digger. Hazel came from a breeding facility where she did not have much human interaction. She also has a hurry up bark for her
carer when it is time for her meals. These Goldies do not enjoy getting into a car but once in enjoy the ride.
HAZEL AND BANJO IS CURRENTLY IN FOSTER CARE IN NEW SOUTH WALES
If you are looking for an instant Golden family these Goldies may be just what you are looking for!
Hazel and Banjo come microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated for heart worm, intestinal worms and fleas.
Hazel and Banjo require a home where:
• they can live a quiet life in an area that is removed from suburban noises such as a small acreage or a farm;
• their family have the patience and commitment to introduce Hazel and Banjo to living in a home;
• any children in the home are at least 12 years old and in Hazel’s case the older the better;
To assist GRR in finding the perfect fit for Hazel and Banjo only applicants who meet all of the criteria listed on this poster will be
considered for adoption. If you would like to welcome Hazel and Banjo into your home please complete GRR’s Adoption Questionnaire which
is found on the Current Rescues page and the Contact page of GRR’s website.
The GRR Team look forward to hearing from you.