Unofficial Tasman Pound Dog's Website

Pound Dogs looking for homes

The Dogs available for rehoming through the Tasman Dog Pound are listed below. All these dogs are offered to their new owners desexed, vaccinated and microchipped, they are good value at $120 for both male and female dogs.

If you want to interview one of these dogs please call the Tasman Council on 03 544 3207. The descriptions below are from my experience of the dogs when taking them out for a walk and should not be considered to be professional advice.

When you adopt a Rescue Dog you know you're saving a life. We've found that there's only one owner for some of our Pound Dogs, if we can't find that one owner, then the Dog has no options left. So, please spread the word, mention the YouTube videos and this website to your friends and family and encourage every-one you know to adopt a Rescue Dog, either direct through the Pound or from the Nelson ARK. The Nelson ARK match unwanted and abused Dogs with young people who have lost their way. Once a Dog is selected by the ARK they don't come back to the Pound.

Site last updated 5 July, 2018.

Jessie is a interesting dog who was surrendered to the Pound because her owner couldn't keep her any more. She's 6 years old and really good with people she knows, she doesn't instictively trust everyone, people need to get to know her. Jessie was very close to her owner who rescued her as a 4 month old pup from a bad situation and she really is looking for some-one new to love her now. She is a lot of fun, she loves the ball and she loves to run. Everythings an adventure now and car rides are really exciting, especially for the driver. Watch the video!

Jessie will be best going to some-one with experience of dogs and would be better with older children. She's nice to walk on lead, and she's been both a country and a city dog. Her owner said she was fine with cats and she gets on well with the male dogs at the Pound. Jessie convalesced at Spring Grove kennels after desexing till her stitches came out and Charlotte said she was great with all the other dogs there.