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Share the love and take Tarnee home

By Riverine Herald

TARNEE is looking for someone to love her as much as she will love them.

The sweet natured seven-month-old is a desexed Mastiff cross Staffy.

This lovely lady is already a large dog so she will need a big backyard with high and secure fences to help keep her safe. Dogs such as Tarnee can keep growing for their first two years.

Tarnee has had very minimal training and would greatly benefit from attending obedience training with her new owner.

Not only will this help the new family bond and keep Tarnee entertained, it will also help her learn all her doggie manners.

Tarnee will need lots of exercise to keep her fit, healthy and out of mischief.

Twice daily walks or runs and lots of toys should keep this gentle giant out of trouble.

Due to her large size, a household with small children may not be well-suited to welcoming Tarnee in case she accidently knocks them over.

Tarnee loves nothing more than playing, getting pats and staying nice and close to her new friends.

Tarnee came to the Campaspe Animal Shelter as a stray.

She is available for $355.

If you would like to meet Tarnee or any of the other dogs available, head to campaspeanimaleshelter.com.au or call 54803005.