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Hollie - Adopted

Bull Arab x Bull Terrier x Wolfhound Mix

Meet Hollie!

A Total Sweet Pie

Hollie is an 10 month old, hearing impaired, Bull Arab x Bull Terrier x something scruffy. This little love was born in care along with her siblings to our beautiful Mumma Bea who has now found her forever home. Hollie has certainly taken after her mother in terms of temperament and is very affectionate and people focused.

Lovely Hollie is a bit of a water baby and loves playing with the hose. When she isn’t playing with the hose she likes to follow her people around or romp with another dog. She loves company and would do best in a home with another dog. Hollie has been spending her time in care with dogs of different ages and sizes but would do best with a companion staffy sized or bigger. She can be a little timid at times and requires gentle introductions.

Hollie has been learning her basics in care and knows sit, drop, wait, and come. She has also learned crawl and rollover. Hollie is not suitable with pocket pets but is ok with dog-savvy cats.

Her list of non-negotiables for her new home is as follows:

  • No pocket pets
  • No small children or a home that understands that a big pup can sometimes inadvertently knock over small children.
  • A home dedicated to continuing and expanding on her training and confidence building.
  • A home with another friendly, confident and calm dog.

Hollie is located in Townsville QLD

**Interstate adoption welcome with transport costs payable by the adopter**

Medical notes

Holly is significantly hearing impaired.




August 2018



Micro chipped






Basic training

In progress



Energy level


Good with:




+6 years


Dog Savvy Cats


Supplier No.


Leave a Comment:

Naomi says January 21, 2019

It is great to see a animal shelter looking after dogs with special needs.

    hearnoevil says January 21, 2019

    Hi Naomi
    All of our deaf and special needs dogs that we have are all cared for by our dedicated and caring foster families until they find their forever homes and for as long as that takes. Our capacity to help more deafies is only limited by the number of foster carers available. Fostering has so many great benefits for both the foster carer and the dog and just don’t be surprised if you end up falling in love with one of those dogs and decide to adopt. We love foster fails here at Hear No Evil 🙂

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