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DoggieRescue E-Magazine June 2015_Neat

ADDRESS : 2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101 SHNEOLTKEIRLL
OPEN: 10am—5pm Tuesday—Sunday

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.128 ADOPTIONS
DOGS 11,310
JUNE 2015 CATS 108

Meet Pinky & his
friends and read
their stories inside...

www.DoggieRescue.com Volunteers welcome

2 JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

DoggieRescue.com FROM MY
DESK By Monika
Magazine
Biernacki

Featuring over “ DoggieRescue saves these dogs from the
200 homeless pounds gives them the basics of care, gentle
doggies & many handling, yummy meals but they need people like
cats & kittens... you to draw out their latent potential.” Monika

What’s Inside? Dear Readers,

Feature Articles: Published In these cooler months we highlight some of our
MONTHLY special long termers. Pinky our gorgeous cover boy
has been with us for some four years. He has some
LONG TERM DOGS MAKE GREAT PETS 6-12 committed regular walkers and cuddlers who have
Some special dogs deserving forever homes... helped him become more comfortable with walking
and the outside world generally. This little boy has
‘ WOOFMAS IN JULY ’ TRIVIA NIGHT!!! 13 come such a long way that we feel he is ready for a
home, but it has to be someone special. Someone
Come & join us - have fun & help the doggies. who knows life has not been kind to him and is
prepared to take baby steps. He needs someone with
The ONE, TWO, THREE of SAVING MORE 20-23 patience and a little time on their hands and with
LIVES. Read about DR’s new initiative! preferably a gentle sweet female dog or no dog at all.
Pinky would do well in a quiet household and I believe
EVERYDAY HEROES - DoggieRescue is 24-25 he would progress in leaps and bounds. For support
seeking ‘Everyday Heroes’ for our blindies... 28-29 we have dog trainers on board to help along the way.
30-31
WE NEED YOU! Calling all retired doggie In this issue we have some lovely stories from people
lovers. By Amanda Davies who have adopted long termers and attest to their
value and loyalty. Shona was an adoption of love and
FOSTERING PANDORA By Larissa Ricco faith and their rewards have been returned a
thousand fold.
10 REASONS TO ADOPT A RESCUE PET 42-43
By Dr. Dee Dogs are long termers for all sorts of reasons, from
medical like little Squirtle, to delinquent high energy
Every month: teenagers that are now calming down and learning a
few manners, like Bubbles and Joey, to dogs who
FROM MY DESK by Monika Biernacki 2-3 have never had a positive association with humans
15 like Sadie. Rehoming a pair of bonded doggies ( like
5 MINUTES WITH: Michelle & Squirtle 16-18 Angelique & Bert pictured with me on page 3 ) can
also take time.
Doggie Rescue UNLEASHED & 39
DANGEROUS By Roland Briefrel Pandora (p30 & 31) was like Sadie, only much more
Cartoons Ryley Miller difficult. Larissa’s amazing commitment to Pandora
has moved her out of the shelter to her foster home
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL— where she is learning all about home life with her
Featuring Rocky Guerin -Graf ( aka Romeo) doggy friends. Pandora’s journey is far from over but
it depicts what can be done with a dog if you have the
Email: [email protected] determination, some common sense and faith.

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

Lonhro (p42 was another long termer who was scared of
the world. His foster Mum Andrea knew he needed
special care. Lonhro’s doggy sisters helped him feel
comfortable and develop his talent but they knew if he
had to be transplanted to another family that would
really set him back so they decided to adopt him. A
very lucky Lonhro!

In the last weeks we have experienced an increase in
small old dogs often with little or no vision. Normally in
winter the number of dogs entering the pound
diminishes, but not this year. We are getting more senior
dogs that need extra care to restore them to good
health.

We have many mature dogs that are blind (see p24-25).
Our fundraising through Every Day Hero has highlighted
what is happening with George and Sunny, just two of
our blindies. Sunny has just undergone a complex
surgical procedure and we are waiting for all the
inflammation to settle around his eyes. He is already
showing signs of vision.

Any vision is better than none so DoggieRescue’s
commitment to help dogs see is a must if the dog stands
a chance of finding a home. We continue to fundraise
whilst George waits his turn to see again.

With so many dogs to care for we are on the search for Angelique Mini Foxy 6yrs 3kgs & Bert Jack Russell x
committed volunteers who can lend a hand for a few 10yrs 7kgs F/M Sponsors: With love from Ruth Wall &
hours, like retirees Cynthia, Gordon and Lesley (p28 & “ In loving memory of dear Frankie! ” Abel & Janet Coelho
29). Without dedicated people like these we could not
care for so many animals. We are searching for help We have many beautiful cats and kittens finding homes
from all walks of life. Look at young Sophia, (p27) what through vet clinics (p22 & 23) as well as through our vets
she has achieved and is still fundraising! at The Cottage Animal Hospital and friends. Our cat
rescue has expanded substantially in recent months and
We have talked a lot about our oldies this month but that we have placed 143 but is still just a drop in the ocean.
is not to say we do not have puppies, cats and kittens.

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F

U A big
thank you

N to GRILL’D CHATSWOOD

D
Hello DoggieRescue,

R We’ve counted up all the tokens for the

A month and our guests decided they wanted
Monika's DoggieRescue to receive the

I biggest donation of $300. Congratulations!
We hope this comes in handy and that

S being a part of the Local Matters Program

E has helped you drum up some awareness
and support in your local community.

R Justin Barrington Grill'd Chatswood

Where is DoggieWood?

Ingleside Shelter is located at :
2 McCowan Rd, Cnr of Bloodwood Rd,
INGLESIDE. 2101

Open 10am — 5pm from Tuesday to Sunday

Phone: 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com.au

Being abandoned can be
scary for a doggie and
newly arrived Dexter is...

I need a DOGGIE
cuddle RESCUE’S
SHY BOY!

Dexter Whippet x Foxy 2yrs
Male Sponsor: “ To give you a
better chance of finding a
forever family!” Pam Robson

Which Sponsored Dogs/Cats found homes? Beryl Chihuahua x Corgi 5yrs 9.2kgs
Female Sponsor:“Just ‘cause you are
• DOGS: Biscuit, Gunther, Jelly Bean, Sherlock, Reggie, Muffin, such a pretty girl!” Jane & Romeo
Murphy, Winston, Felix, Joan Rivers, Luigi, Baloo, Figaro,
Hershey, Yoda, Banjo, Samson & Delilah, Russell & Vince

• CATS: Possum & Bonnie

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This exciting new direction will not only be cost
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www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you

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LONG TERM DOGS

TO ADOPT ONE OF DOGGIERESCUE’S ‘LONG TERM’ DOGGIES TAKES A SPECIAL FAMILY….

REN

Hello Readers,

When we decided, late last year
that we wanted to adopt a rescue
dog we were very aware that
many of them had suffered
difficult early lives. We didn't
approach adoption lightly.

I had heard about Monika's

Doggie Rescue so we gave them

a call. They advised us to come

up and meet some dogs. On

arrival we were handed a

“ The cliche says that DoggieRescue magazine.
Looking through, we saw a

'you rescue the dog but little dog called Ren .He
had the most beautiful
really the dog rescues little face but you could
you'. For us, it's no see in his eyes that life so
far, had been hard. We
cliche, it's 100% true.”

Susie asked if we could meet him.

Monika was a little reticent. She explained he was a Ren seems to appreciate being part of our family very
nervous boy and that anyone who was interested in much. I think this is because he isn't used to the idea of
adopting him would need to meet him several times to having his own family to just love him. He has his own
really get to know him. bed, food, toys, kennels. In the shelter I guess he had to
share.
We still knew it was Ren we wanted to meet no matter
what. The next week we finally got to meet him and we Ren is part of our family and it's been so rewarding to
fell in love with Ren at first sight. He snuggled into my take a beautiful boy like Ren and bless him with a loving
daughter's lap and was calm and happy. Monika saw home and a happy life. The cliche says that 'you rescue
the connection and agreed we could have Ren. the dog but really the dog rescues you'. For us, it's no
cliche, it's 100% true.
Since he has come into our life he has made our home
so much happier. He makes us laugh with his funny little I often cuddle Ren and say 'I'm sorry we took so long to
quirks. He loves a tummy rub and he enjoys sitting in find you forever boy.' We waited but once we saw each
someone's lap when we watch television. He is other we knew it was true love.
always so excited to see you when you come home.
Susie Hamilton

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7

MAKE GREAT PETS!

YOU NEED COMMITMENT, KINDNESS, PATIENCE, LOVE—BUT MOST OF ALL YOU NEED EMPATHY.

Sponsor:“In loving memory of
Banjo & Clancy! ” Mummy &
Daddy, Molly, Mabel & Henry

Rescued 13/1/2011
Breed: Spitz x Age: 5yrs
Weight: 5.6kgs Sex: Male

Pinky is a gentle, fairly quiet boy.
When he first came into the shelter
Pinky was timid and nervous of so
many things including clipping and
being touched around his head. Pinky
prefers female kennel companions
and over the years has seen all his
little ‘girlfriends’ adopted by loving
families, while he still waits.

Pinky waits patiently for a caring
person prepared to give him time,
patience and a whole lot of love. Is
that you? Ideally Pinky needs to form
a bond and spend time with his new
family before adoption.

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LONG TERM DOGS

ARE YOU ABLE TO OPEN YOUR HEART AND YOUR HOME TO A DOG WHO HAS WAITED…..

By Jason Loboz “ Life will never be the
same. And for Shona,
and for us, that's a very
good thing.” Jason

Happiness picnic spot at a park. I had to play it cautious, a bit aloof,
and with a few treats was rewarded with a brief face-lick
which said “ hmmm, okay. I guess I won’t bite you.”

Is the Hound So we took her home we didn’t know what to expect. It
took her only 5-minutes to adjust to a life of cuddles,
Hello Readers, sofas, and (don't kill me) ice cream. It took her
10-minutes to discover that my shoes are chewable. We
It’s been one year since Kay and I adopted Shona from could see her visibly relax, as the realization dawned that
Doggie Rescue. Shona was there for FOUR YEARS she is home, she is safe, and part of a pack. She is now
and nobody wanted to even walk her. She was known the happiest creature, always there for us when we’re
as a 'difficult' dog, snapping at feeders and strangers. down, a never ending source of face lickings. All she
Kay was one of the few walkers who could handle her. needed was a home, and a pack who loved her.
So at first it was a tough decision to take her in. We had
many concerns about whether she would adjust to us in I found my
our own home and life outside the rescue. She didn’t forever home
know me as well as she knew Kay—while I love dogs I
wasn’t a regular at the pound.

Kay arranged for an introduction (a “pack walk”) where
we could get to know each other. As warned, Shona
was all business, and not the loving face-licking sort you
usually look for in a furry companion. Undaunted, the
three of us barreled through the hike until reaching the

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MAKE GREAT PETS!

SO PATIENTLY...TO MEET THEIR FOREVER FAMILY? PLEASE ADOPT ONE OF OUR ‘SUPER’ BOYS!!!!

Rescued 16/12/2011
Breed: Kelpie x Foxy
Age: 5yrs Weight: 8.2kgs
Sex: Male

Joey is an active dog with a
sooky, affectionate nature.
He enjoys pats & cuddles,
loves a run and knows how
to sit on command. Joey’s
bestie is Bubbles and they
spend their days playing
together. An energetic boy
Joey needs twice daily
exercise and a family who
will let him gain confidence
and to learn what it is like to
be a part of a family.

Perhaps the reason Joey has
waited so long is just the
case of him never being
chosen due to the amount of
dogs available. As with all
long term dogs due to them
living in a shelter for years
they need to first bond with a
person before adoption. Joey
is much loved by all but
deserves a home of his own.

Sponsor: “ In loving memory
of our dear girl Lily Biesler! ”
Greg & Amy

Rescued 12/1/2010 walks and would also love a jog! He is a Bubbles has waited most of his life for a
Breed: Jack Russell x clever yet attentive boy who walks well family to give him a chance but with so
Age: 6yrs Weight: 8kgs on lead and would make a good ball many Jack Russells’ has not been
Sex: Male player. Bubbles is a happy boy, very chosen. Bubbles needs to trust and
social with other dogs and much loved bond with a family before adoption.
If you are on a fitness by all at Doggie Rescue, but living in a
campaign Bubbles is the dog shelter is not like having a family of his Sponsor: “ For my Serbian Rescue dogs
for you. Bubbles LOVES his very own. Nela & Tess! ” Lorelei Dowling

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Rescued 13/12/2010
Breed: Kelpie x Jack Russell Age: 5yrs
Weight: 9.7kgs Sex: Female

Meet Quinn a timid girl who needs a special
family to love her. Something has happened in
her life to make her so very afraid of humans
she does not know.

Comments from Kennel Manager Sept 2014
“ Quinn is doing a lot less crouching and the
girls have said they have had her jump up at
them for pats now when they go in the yard!
Where as before she would crouch and roll on
her back or hide in the doggie house when you
entered her yard. So happy for her!”

Quinn has waited FOUR YEARS to find her
forever home but needs a family who are
willing to bond with her before adoption so she
feels secure and comfortable with them.

Sponsor: “ For my sweet Milo, with lots of
love!” Diana Tang

QUINN NEEDS A FAMILY WITH RESCUE
EXPERIENCE. DETAILS PH: 9486-3133

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 11

LONG TERM DOGS MAKE GREAT PETS.

Rescued 21/03/2011 ADOPT
Breed: Foxy x Age: 5yrs
Weight: 8.9kgs Sex: Male Please give me a home...

Riley is a gentle placid Foxy boy. He has a ME!
shy disposition and needs someone to
work with him and bring him out of his Sponsor:"In loving memory of Rusty, Tasha, Sam & all
shell a little further. He is happy to walk who have enriched my life.”Robert Nauta
with people he trusts and he walks well on
loose lead. He loves the water! Riley will
swim and retrieve anything you throw. He
also likes paddling in a clam shell and
going for long drives. His favourite game
in the park is fetch.

Hannah DR Kennel Manager says “ I took
Shortcake ( now adopted ) and Riley to
the beach. He loved the car ride. He loves
swimming and walking through the water.
We stopped a few times as people were
talking to us and they both sat patiently
waiting. He ignored men as they passed
but enjoyed attention from women. We
went to a café and both dogs sat or lay at
our feet and did not react when other dogs
passed and paid no attention to an older
Labrador at the table next to us.”

Riley is well overdue for his ‘forever’
home and is a sweet, shy boy who will
share his toys and bed. Please give
him a chance to know what it feels like
to have a loving home of his own for he
has been passed by for far too long...

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LONG TERM DOGS MAKE GREAT PETS.

PATIENTLY WAITING TO MEET THEIR FOREVER FAMILY. WILL YOU GIVE A LONG TERM DOG A CHANCE?

Rescued 14/04/2012
Breed: Kelpie x Corgi Age: 5yrs
Weight: 10.8kgs Sex: Male

Dusty is a very lovable happy boy, but he
has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. He
is on Chlomicalm and this has helped to
settle him. Dusty can sometimes spin if
confronted with stressy situations or
unfamiliar noises. Dusty would be best in
a calm quiet household and preferably
with an energetic dog who wants to play
and rumble with him. He is very intelligent
and quickly learns new routines. This
loving, boy needs an understanding
family to bond with him.

Dusty comes under the bracket of
SPECIAL NEEDS DOG and as such
must have a family who understand and
are willing to form a bond with him
before adoption. Dusty would suit a
family who really need a whole lot of love.

Sponsor: “On behalf of my Serbian
rescue dogs Nela & Tess! Good luck
Dusty!” Lorelei Dowling

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TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY 11TH MAY 2015
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For more information contact NAT ON 0402 785 196 or email: [email protected]

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Is there anything more adorable than a small puppy . These puppies below are simply the….

THE SPICE OF LIFE

CLICK HERE FOR ALL AVAILABLE PUPS: http://www.doggierescue.com/adoptadog_puppies_under_16_weeks.htm

MEET CHILLI, CINNAMON,GINGER, PAPRIKA & PEPPERS

BREED: MINI FOXY X CHIHUAHUA AGE: 12WKS SEX: MALE & FEMALE
These sweet puppies came into DoggieRescue’s care without a Mum and are lively, happy boys and girls with a real
zest for life. These cuties are well socialized, outgoing, love to play and are more Foxie in temperament. We are
looking for homes where at least one person is home based due to the young age of the puppies and their needs.
Our pups will come with 3 puppy vaccinations, microchipping and a desexing voucher that is
inclusive in the adoption fee of $500. For more details or to make an appointment to meet them…

Phone: 9486-3133 or email : [email protected]

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

with Michelle • Breed: Jack
& Squirtle Russell x

MEET SQUIRTLE • Sex: Male

We ask Kennel Hand Michelle Elliott • Age: 2-3 years
about her DR favourite Squirtle...
• Colour:
What breed of dog is he? Squirtle is a Brown/Tan/
gorgeous Jack Russell X, and like most White
Jack Russell's he's incredibly cute.
• Weight: 6kgs
Squirtle’s greatest loves are? This little
pup LOVES to play, walk and explore. He Sponsor: “ In loving
is full of puppy energy and is happiest memory of our dear
when he's with people, playing with other Chinook!” Love from
dogs and chasing a tennis ball! Sharryn Hollis

What sort of family would suit him?
Squirtle loves people and would be great
for a family with older kids that he can
play with. Still a young dog, he has loads
of playful, mischievous energy and needs
plenty of human attention. Recently
diagnosed as a haemophiliac (blood
clotting disorder); he would be best suited
to a family where he is the only dog to
minimise the chance of him bruising. You
can see he has a cleft lip that may be due
to previous injury, but this only adds to
the overload of cuteness that is Squirtle!

Does Squirtle like other dogs? Squirtle
is very social with other dogs and LOVES
to play - so he'll definitely be a hit at your
local dog park. A happy, outgoing boy!

DoggieRescue.com wishes to acknowledge the assistance given by:

Virbac Animal Health Australia
361 Horsley Road,
MILPERRA. NSW. 2214
Free call: 1800 009 847 Ph.(02)9772-9772

www.virbac.com.au

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DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS

Compiled by Roland Briefrel

Neanderthals? Who Us?

One of the great conceits of humanity
is thinking we are evolution’s finished
product. It is an easy hubris in which
to indulge considering that
anatomically modern humans
appeared some 200,000 years ago
and we have ruled the planet ever
since. Just ask the Neanderthals who
ignored us when we turned up with
our puny skulls, slight builds,
jewellery and cave paintings.
They no longer exist!

So as we reach the half way point in
2015 what are some of the impacts
humanity has had, so far this year,
especially in Australia, on the animals
with whom we share this world?

Firstly, we can thank the ABC and their flag ship program In one case a severely injured possum was left on the
Four Corners for again exposing animal cruelty, this time lure for nearly an hour - 22 circuits of the track - as
in the greyhound racing industry, in February. What the dogs chased and ripped her to pieces. Animal Welfare
program revealed was that seventy Australian greyhound League Australia has called for the industry to be
trainers, including leading identities, were implicated in dismantled.
illegal and brutal training methods - where live animals are
tied to mechanical lures and dogs incited to chase and kill Adam Wallish, chief executive of Greyhound Racing
them. Victoria, released a statement in February accusing
the program of being unbalanced and saying it was a
Evidence gathered during ground-breaking investigations "small minority" involved in illegal practices. Of course
by Animals Australia and Animal Liberation Queensland the fact that these practices have been shown to exist
have underpinned RSPCA raids in three states and has in Queensland, NSW and Victoria seem to make this
seen the suspension of over twenty trainers by racing claim spurious at best. Further, in 2014, Fairfax Media
authorities, with investigations continuing. exposed allegations of race-fixing, drug use, money
laundering and alleged criminal activity within the
What the evidence showed was that live piglets, possums greyhound racing industry, despite reforms that had
and rabbits were being tied to mechanical lures and flung been aimed at cleaning up the sport.
around race tracks at high speed while being pursued and
mauled by dogs. Live rabbits on leads were also used to Live baiting was criminalised decades ago because of
taunt and provoke dogs in the lead up to races. The its extreme cruelty and performance enhancing
evidence graphically revealed that when you combine aspect. Instead, dogs chase a mechanical lure around
gambling, prize money and live animals, there will be the track. Animals Australia and Animal Liberation
people who will do anything to get a winning edge, Queensland said the willingness of leading trainers to
regardless of the consequences for animals. engage in cruel and criminal behaviour to gain a

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 17

• In other words, ag gag laws are intentionally
designed to ensure animal activists are unable to

let the community know about socially invisible
animal suffering.

COMPILED BY ROLAND BRIEFREL According to Siobhan O'Sullivan, a lecturer in social
policy at the School of Social Sciences at the University
winning advantage has raised serious questions about the of NSW: Greyhound racing in NSW is overseen by an
future of the greyhound racing industry. The industry independent body called Greyhound Racing NSW. That
clearly has a dark underbelly that should make body has multiple responsibilities, including animal
government support untenable. Leading trainers continue welfare. Yet, despite that explicit remit, Greyhound
to be caught out drugging dogs and now there is extensive Racing NSW told a 2014 NSW Government inquiry it
evidence that significant numbers of trainers are prepared had no evidence live animals were being used as
to resort to illegal and barbaric training practices to win bait. For its part, the RSPCA told the inquiry it had
races. good reason to suspect the occurrence of live baiting,
particularly in cases where greyhound owners were
also housing small bait animals. According to
Australia's premier animal welfare enforcement agency,
the inference was clear "that live baiting probably
occurs at these properties ... [but] that the current
legislation is insufficient for prosecution".

However, it would be short-sighted to Cartoons by
see the Four Corners' story as merely Ryley Miller
another tale of animal cruelty. In its
wider context, it is much more
significant than that. Secondly, the Four
Corners' expose came just days after
West Australian Liberal Senator Chris
Back introduced a so-called "ag gag"
bill into Australian Federal Parliament.
The law, if passed, would make the
type of investigation Animals Australia,
Animal Liberation Queensland and Four
Corners undertook into the greyhound
industry impossible. That is, of course,
the point of such legislation.

Last year I wrote about the debate over
ag gag laws which has already been
had in the US, so we have a good idea
what it will mean. Ag gag laws seek to
duplicate existing trespass laws, but
they do so with a twist. Typically, they
seriously increase penalties; make it
illegal to distribute or broadcast images
that have not been surrendered to the
police; and make it a crime to seek
employment with the aim of
exposing animal suffering.

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On Four Corners (back in February) we learnt the If the type of legislation Senator Back seeks were
RSPCA was half right. Live baiting is occurring at already in place, it would not be 22 greyhound
staggering rates, but, in fact, the legislation is adequate. owners and trainers facing legal action; it would
On last count, about 22 greyhound owners and trainers be Lyn White, from Animals Australia, and activists
had been suspended around Australia, with legal action from Animal Liberation Queensland.
to follow. The reason the RSPCA was hamstrung was
because it was unable to gather the evidence needed to If we allow any government to legislate in this
join the rather obvious dots. way, it would add insult to injury, or, rather,

Enter Animals Australia, Animal Liberation Queensland injustice to unspeakable animal abuse.
and Four Corners. Animal activists were able to obtain
that evidence, and more. They were smart, they were Thirdly, also in February, we learned in the
patient, and they demonstrated that animal cruelty is a newdaily.com.au and elsewhere that a prominent
routine part of greyhound racing in Australia. Moreover, former Australian cricketer and philanthropist apologised
it goes all the way to the top. They did this by using after photos emerged on Twitter of him holding a rifle
undercover investigators to infiltrate the industry and next to a dead elephant and other animals. In a
a range of other critically important investigative statement hastily posted on Twitter, after the photos
techniques; all of which would become heavily penalised emerged, the cricketer said that he regretted the hunting
under the Coalition's proposed ag gag legislation. trip: “In 2008 I participated in a hunting safari in
Zimbabwe that was licensed and legal but in hindsight
As in the case of the live animal exports, the community highly inappropriate,” he said. “It was an extremely
is again shocked and wants to know why nothing was difficult time in my life and looking back I deeply regret
done. The community doesn't mean why nothing was being involved.” No more so than the regret felt by the
done to stop the animal activists. The community values elephant photographed. Doesn’t everybody like to go
the information animal activists bring them and consider and sneak up on defenceless animals and murder them
the greyhound trainers to be the only culpable party. with a weapon from a distance in a one sided,
unprovoked attack, just for fun – so homo sapien!!!

www.dangerousdoglawyers.com.au

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Visit: petsecure.com.au

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It is a sad FACT that each year in NSW alone THOUSANDS of healthy CATS/KITTENS arrive in
pounds. As little as 3% are CLAIMED. Shelters are full to overflowing with rescued animals as
they try to save as many as possible but the truth is that to save EVERY LIFE is IMPOSSIBLE.

SAVING MORE LIVES

1.

65% CATS /
KITTENS

Percentages of CATS/
KITTENS killed in
NSW pounds.

2. When all you have is hope….

16,149 While DoggieRescue saves as many pound DOGS as possible we are very limited
DESTROYED due to space/foster homes available in the amount of CATS/KITTENS able to be
saved. This is where foster carers come in, like Michelle who is caring for the rescue
The amount of CATS & cats/kittens featured. The more cats rehomed, the more DoggieRescue can save.
KITTENS euthanized
We have 30 CATS/KITTENS AVAILABLE for adoption.
in NSW 2011/12 http://www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm

3. • Vixen 2yrs Female: This lovely tabby Mummy was dumped with a litter of kittens .
All have now found homes except her baby Wolf, whom she is very bonded to.
ADOPT
don’t BUY! • Wolf DOB 17/2/15: A medium haired tabby boy he is a sooky Mummy’s boy and
we want to adopt both Vixen & Wolf as a pair. Do you want a ready made family?
Adopting from a shelter
or participating vets • Hermione young Female: She is also very bonded to her boy Harry and we want
saves another to adopt them as a pair. Harry her baby is adorable. Both are playful & so sweet.
CAT’S life!
• Sugar Calico Domestic Female 2yrs: Loving and very affectionate. She has a
lovely soft coat & the most beautiful golden eyes. Looking for unconditional love?

• Spice Siamese x 6yrs Female: An extremely gentle girl who came from the
pound terribly underweight. She is seeking someone to spoil her with attention.

One person cannot save them all but with animal lovers working
together we REALLY can make a huge difference to lives saved!!!!

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 21

BONNIE WAS ABANDONED AND
PATIENTLY WAITED AT THE
COTTAGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
FOR HER FOREVER FAMILY….

When she met the Edwards family
it was love at first sight!

Hello Readers,

We had been looking for a cat to
join our family and had our hearts
set on adopting a cat from a
shelter. When we met Bonnie at
The Cottage Animal Hospital we
knew she was perfect. Affectionate,
loving and patient with my 2
daughters (aged 5 and 1).

When we got home after picking up Bonnie, she settled I would like to encourage anyone who is thinking about
in so well. She checked out the whole house, explored adopting a cat from a shelter to go ahead. We are so
and got to know all of us. It was only a matter of hours glad we have found Bonnie, she is a truly adorable
before she was snuggling with my daughter on her bed cat. It also makes us feel great that we have given her a
( see picture above ). She also loves to sit with us in the loving home. She is already a part of our family.
evenings and watch some TV.
Natalie Edwards

DOGGY DAY SPA

“ Do it yourself ”

www.pawsonthecoast.com.au

22 JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

http://www.mosmanvet.com.au/ Look what we've got ….
Mosman Veterinary Hospital
Mosman Veterinary Hospital have just taken delivery of 6
9 Canrobert St, new kittens, saved from the
MOSMAN. NSW. 2088 pound by Monika’s Doggie
Ph: (02) 9960 2856 Rescue and brought to MVH
for rehoming. These little guys
are available for adoption now
and we can vouch that they
are all absolutely gorgeous!
Please call in or contact us if
you are interested in adopting
a new fur-baby for your family.

SAVING PRECIOUS LIVES Along with DoggieRescue AMS
have successfully found homes
http://amsvet.com.au/ for 8 little felines and the number
keeps growing! Pictured are a
little of adorable Tabby Kittens
now available for adoption at
Dee Why Veterinary Hospital.
To Michelle and the team at
DoggieRescue thank you for
saving these creatures from near
death. This is just one of the
success stories of the 45 cats &
kittens that Michelle from Doggie
Rescue rescued from Death
Row at Blacktown pound.

AMS Dee Why
815 Pittwater Rd,
DEE WHY. NSW. 2099
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (02) 9938 1069

CATS WAITING ON DEATH ROW AT BLACKTOWN FOR RESCUE - Imp.1390, Imp.1800, Imp.1505 & Imp.1591

The amount of cats and kittens euthanized in POUNDS has DECREASED from 71% to 65% due to cat
lovers working together and saving more lives but despite all efforts many thousands of cats don’t survive.

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 23

http://www.collaroyvet.com.au/

Collaroy Veterinary Services
1185 Pittwater Rd,
COLLAROY. NSW. 2097
Phone: (02 ) 9971 8487

Marmalade and her little family of 5
kittens were saved from Renbury Farm
shelter as they were listed as URGENT.
Monika's Doggie Rescue was able to
help these sweet babies and their Mum
only thanks to the generous help from
Collaroy Veterinary Services THANK
YOU SO MUCH from the bottom of our
hearts! Kittens have all been adopted
but the lovely ginger Mummy still waits.

It was a cold, wet day at Blacktown Pound. In the cattery the spirits of the volunteers, some from
Rescue Cat Project, were low—too many cats and kittens, not many adoptions. It is hard to
volunteer when you know that some of the animals you care for will be euthanized. It is not the
pound’s fault for the volume of dumped cats, kittens, mother cats with baby kittens is never ending.
But on this day even though it was raining, the sun shone because armed with her carrier & boxes
Michelle arrived to rescue as many as she was able to. The picture at left is her leaving Blacktown
Pound (not all the cats rescued are in the picture ). This is only possible due to the commitment
from veterinary surgeries who care for these cats until they are adopted. THANK YOU!

IF YOU ADOPT A CAT OR KITTEN FROM THESE VETS THEN YOU
HELP SAVE ANOTHER POUND ANIMALS LIFE!

For details on kittens contact
The Cottage Animal Hospital

www.cottageanimalhospital.com.au/

The Cottage Animal Hospital
16 Ross St, PARRAMATTA. NSW. 2150
Phone: (02 ) 9890 7220

https://www.facebook.com/TheCottageAnimalHospital Approximately 3% only of cats are reclaimed by their
owners. Perhaps the size of that number reflects the
fact that many people don't know where to look for a
lost animal. The vast majority are put down. That is an
extraordinary number of wasted lives but with networking
between DOGGIERESCUE and the many VETERINARY
SURGERIES precious lives are now being saved….

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ADOPT SNAPSHOTS MEET DOGGIERESCUE’S

ME! BLINDIES...

1 4
2 3

5

67 8

1. George Shih Tzu 10yrs Male Sponsor: “You have a sponsor family, now you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse
2. Celene Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs Female. Sponsor: “Linda, Pat & Pee Wee, with love. Remembering Robbie
3. Mr. Spok Mini Foxy x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
4. Nell West Highland x 8yrs 8kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
5. Miss Muffet Shih Tzu x 13yrs Female. Sponsor: Good luck from the students at The Sydney School of English.
6. Earl Jack Russel x Wiry Terrier 4yrs Male Sponsor: “Wishing you lots of luck and a kind home!” Tony Suters
7. Lou Terrier x Schnauzer 13yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
8. Sunny Maltese x Poodle 10yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear little Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

ADVANCED POOL CARE

Your one stop pool shop— We do it all!

Shop 4, 1 Powderworks Rd, Nth Narrabeen Phone: 9913 2566
Email: [email protected]
Website:www.advancedpoolcare.com.au

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THE FEELING We are looking for
IS GOLD HEROES

for our blindies!

George Sunny
https://give.everydayhero.com/au/help-george-sunny-to-see-again-1

“ Sunny has just been dropped at the vets for cataract surgery. We are keeping our paws crossed for him. His
surgery is a little more complex as he also needs a Gunderson’s Flap done at the same time. The cost is likely
around $4,000. This is of course a more costly procedure but it is so worthwhile when you watch them when they
first get vision. It is simply an amazing experience for me! It is an opportunity to give them the world. Without vision
their world is darkness and their chance of getting a home is almost zero. Little George is patiently waiting his turn
but we must make sure we have enough funds to pay for it. George currently just lies in his soft bed and sleeps the
day away. There is nothing much else for him to do. Please get behind this worthy cause.” Monika

REGISTER NOW: http://nfp/everydayhero.com/au/doggierescue-com

DoggieRescue has many BLIND dogs who require George and Sunny (pictured above) are both BLIND
specialist surgery which costs a huge amount of money and need cataract surgery to restore their sight. Monika
but the result, if they are treatable, is that their sight is says “ We have rescued quite a few blind doggies with
restored. What better gift than that could you give a dog? our most recent ones being Sunny & George. We have
two more who are not featured, one is in The Cottage
Tim ran for DoggieRescue last year as an EVERY DAY Animal Hospital with pneumonia and the other has not
HERO in the City to Surf in memory of his very much been processed or named as yet. DoggieRescue never
loved doggie Bella who had passed away. Tim says discriminates against a dog even if they need specialist
“ City to Surf day was emotional but magical and at a surgery, we like to make sure they have the chance to
slow jog of snail pace finished in 92 mins and putting live their lives as fully as possible, but to do this we
that in perspective, the winner did it in a cool 41 … need you help as specialist surgery can be very costly.”
ouchey ! I had the wind behind me and Bella’s picture
taped to my back. I managed to raise a couple of grand Get fit, have fun, gather your friends to support you and
for DoggieRescue which left me feeling pretty inspired.” know how it feels to make a difference to a dogs life!!!

RUN/CYCLE to raise money for our blindies...and help a blind dog to see again!
For more details contact is: Phone 9486-3133 or email [email protected]

26 JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Featuring star ex DR
doggie Chippy Pizzey &
his pearl’s of wisdom...

This month I want
to talk to you about
an important word
called RESPECT!

Hi Fans,

CUTE LITTLE MILO LOVES CUDDLES! A lot has been said about doggies who
Foxy x 9-12mths 4.7kgs Male Sponsor: bite kids and I admit it—some do! But
“ Good luck finding a family!” Will Gorman dogs who don’t make the newspapers
are those who tolerate anything from the
THANK YOU kids they love, like the doggie below.
SO MUCH GIRLS!
Put your hand up if you have ever pulled your dog’s tail or his ears?
Have you ever taken his ball away or his biscuit? Do you jump on
his back and ride him like a horse? Or wake him up suddenly when
he is sleeping? Have you crept up behind him and scared him?

CHIPPY’S RULE: If you have a dog you should always respect him.
Never do anything to your pet that you would not like done to you!
Remember that and your dog will always be your best friend! Chips

WELL
DONE:)

Dear Monika’s Doggie Rescue,
Well, on a rainy Monday morning, the Kuner
girls & Goudie girls braved the weather to set
up a cake stall outside Woolworths in Avalon
to raise money for Monika’s Doggie Rescue!!
And what an awesome job they did with cup-
cakes, cookies, chocolate crackles, handmade
cards & bookmarks they raised a grand total of
$151.10 and were sold out in an hour!
Awesome job for a wonderful organisation.
Warm Regards, Kiz (very proud Mum!)

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 27

SOFIA IS COOKING UP A STORM Whether it be CUP CAKES or HOT DOGS
Sofia is a pocket rocket fundraising dynamo

14th April: Morning Tea fundraiser at Mum’s work: After
baking and selling her range of yummy cupcakes at a
morning tea Sofia was able to raise $235 and some
towels, leads, pegs and a dog toy were also donated.

24th April: Save the Doggies Hot Dog Day at school :
Sofia raised another $200.60 thanks to her local school
community and Woolworths (Sofia wrote a letter to the
manager of the local Woolworths branch and they
donated the buns, tomato sauce and mustard to her
‘Save the Doggies Day”). She also had a shell pool and
dog toy donated. It was lovely for her to chat to children
who have ex DR dogs in their family. This is the last
fundraising event before her birthday party in July.

“ Sofia shows a commitment and caring way beyond
her tender years and deserves support. She has so
far raised over $700.00 for the DR doggies.” Monika

For all of these events she asks that people either make a donation to Doggie Rescue or purchase an item on the
online "wish list". After her birthday she plans to visit the shelter with the cash donations and a "wish list" hamper. If
you would like to donate to SOFIA’S FUNDRAISER : https://give.everydayhero.com/au/sofia-birthday-pledge

Tommy Mini Foxy x 1yr 6kgs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of our sweet Minnie!” Marika Camilleri
Trinity Mini Foxy x 3-4yrs Female Sponsor: “ A home is coming soon for you Trinity!” Love from Julie McCann
Rex Schnauzer x Terrier 1yr 9kgs Male Sponsor:“ To help you find a family and start a new life!” Desi Hendrawan
Pippa Jack Russell x 4yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor: “ A sweet girl who would make a faithful friend!” Claire & Michael

2824 JJUUNNEE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

CALLING ALL RETIRED
DOG LOVERS...

WE

NEED Meet Joey again
on page 9

By Amanda Davies

YOU!

If you are retired; you have time on your hands and a daily basis” says Monika. “ Volunteers play an enormous
you love animals, then we have just the thing for part in the day-to-day running of the shelter and retirees
you! Become a volunteer at Monika’s DoggieRescue form a small but incredibly important part of that volunteer
at Ingleside and help us help dogs in need. group” she says.

Every day of the week a small, dedicated army of One such retiree is 67 year old Cynthia Forshaw from Lane
volunteers turn up to help in any way they can – from Cove who is a volunteer feeder, foster care coordinator and
feeding the dogs, hanging out washed dog bedding, who runs the corporate volunteer program at DoggieRescue
helping with customer service - to walking and (pictured above with DR doggie Joey).
simply cuddling some of the new, frightened arrivals.
“I started volunteering when I retired in 2004” says Cynthia
Monika's DoggieRescue is a charity that rescues “Initially I approached the RSPCA but they had no volunteer
dogs from the euthanasia lists at the pounds. They program so I ended up doing fund raising for them and then
are vet checked, rehabilitated and then re-homed began feeding at Monika’s DoggieRescue”.
and to date Monika has seen over 11,000 adopted.
“Our successful re-homing program only succeeds “I have always been passionate about dogs and made a
thanks to our wonderful volunteers who help out on promise to myself that when I retired, I would see that as an
opportunity to indulge my love of dogs and give something
back at the same time”.

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Gordon Brogden moved up from the Central
Coast three years ago and into a retirement
village on the Northern Beaches to be closer
to his daughter.

“I soon found I had too much time on my
hands and was also limited in what I could do
by a medical condition – I often wonder how
I found DoggieRescue but I'm very glad I did”.
Gordon says that not only is it very rewarding
looking after abandoned dogs but that he has
formed good friendships with the other
volunteers and with the DoggieRescue staff.

Lesley Stronach (62) who lives in Warriewood “If you can find a bit of spare
is also a vocal advocate of volunteering at time in this busy world we
Monika’s DoggieRescue “I enjoy the people live in, there will always be a
interaction with customers and other place for you at Monika’s
volunteers of all ages and types, the great DoggieRescue”. Gordon
satisfaction of seeing the animals being
adopted, keeping my skills current, working
with younger people than myself and having
a regular commitment.” Lesley retired at 59
from a demanding job in a large multinational
pharmaceutical company and found it difficult
to find volunteering jobs that interested her.

“I had heard Monika being interviewed on
an ABC radio show a few years back and
knew of the work DoggieRescue undertook
through that interview”

Lesley ( pictured with Muffin ) now does a variety of
volunteer jobs ranging from selling products in the
DoggieRescue shop, keeping the office clean and
tidy, manning reception, meeting and greeting
visitors to the shelter including walkers, taking
phone calls and liaising with kennel hands.

“I think other retirees who want to make a
difference to the lives of rescue dogs would
enjoy the role and get similar benefits to
myself. I think you get out of the role what
you put into it like any role.” Lesley

For more information on volunteering
email [email protected]
or ring us on 9486 3133 and make a
difference in a lonely dog’s life!

30 JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COMMAGAZINE

A DIARY OF COMMITMENT By Larissa Ricco

This picture was taken Each year thousands of dogs are abandoned. Of
shortly after her arrival. the lucky rescued ones many are adopted quickly
and settle in well with their new family. Others
take a little time to adjust, some take longer and a
few need extra special care….

It is tragic to see a dog terrified of humans, like
Pandora. To see her cringe, wet herself and try to
make herself as small as possible. Look into her
eyes - she wants to run. Far away from hands that
hit, from pain, hunger, misery and fear. When
rescued she had recently had pups and was skin
and bone. Abused Pandora was a broken dog.

This is the story of a special family who have
begun her journey of rehabilitation teaching her
that human hands also give pleasure, voices are
soft, that pain and hunger are memories. Pandora
is learning that HUMANS can love.

“ Where do I start? I guess at the beginning. I am a volunteer feeder. When I first saw Pandora she was so
frightened of people that no one could get near her. I came home and spoke to my husband about fostering her.
We started fostering Boomer (now adopted) from DoggieRescue 18 months ago. Boomer was also a very timid dog
and would “freeze” when scared, which was often. Since living with us, Boomer had made such great progress with
his confidence that we thought we could give Pandora a good home.” Larissa

The Road to fostering Pandora: Pandora was Gypsy’s confidence and trusting nature was the key to
so much more scared than Boomer , that the road to keeping Pandora calm. I could only walk Pandora with
fostering turned out to be much harder than I thought it Gypsy or my dogs, never alone. Pandora trusts dogs,
would be. It took weekly visits over 3 months, with a not people, that is still true today.
whole BBQ chicken as bribery each week, to get her to
bond with me. Pandora really only started to make First Week is the Hardest ...We didn’t get off to
progress 2 months into the visits. There were times a promising start. The first night Pandora got scared,
when I doubted whether she would connect with me jumped the fence and escaped for 24 hours. We were
enough that I would be able to foster her. It took a lot of devastated and so worried about her. Pandora chose to
time, treats and patience to build our relationship. All of come back home over hot chicken schnitzel and with a
my family including; husband, son, my parents and dogs lot of help from Jess the Kennel Hand, the Pound,
came to visit Pandora many times so she could get friends, locals and social media. Hannah, Kennel
comfortable with us all. Pandora’s best friend was Gypsy. Manager wisely told me to walk Pandora as soon as we

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A journey of love...

got home her from DoggieRescue (which we did) so she
would get familiar with the area. Little did we know, we
would need to make use of this advice straight away.

Back to the drawing board, we changed how we took
care of Pandora. If Pandora wasn’t supervised outside,
she was locked in the house with the dogs. We also
increased all fences and gates by another foot. Pandora
loves inside living, being outside scares her. Keeping
her in the house calmed her and sped up the bonding
process with our dogs, she was more settled and the
constant lapping of the house stopped.

The first few days she was so stressed that she had an
upset stomach. We went back to basics and put her
back on the diet that she was used to at Doggie Rescue.
Then slowly we introduced other foods.

Now – Four Weeks On : Pandora has settled

and is a lot calmer. Pandora loves her daily

walk. She starts “talking” and jumping up

and down when she hears me getting “ It is important for

changed for a walk. Her tail wags while special dogs to build Sponsor: “ There is a wonderful
she is walking, well until she sees a relationship with home waiting!” George Coleman
people. Pandora loves group hugs. you before they are
She feels comfortable to come in for ready to go into a
a cuddle when the other dogs do and

she even seems to like it. She is foster home.” Fostering a “Special” Dog:
Larissa Would we foster another “special” dog?
learning how to be affectionate from

them. Now Pandora shows no interest in Absolutely. At first it was like having a

fence jumping, she is spending more time new baby in the house; we were always

outdoors but ultimately she prefers being inside the worried about her, always checking where she was in

house. Her favourite room is the kitchen as you never case she got out again, did she seem happy? Was she

know when you might get a treat. eating? We had to change our dogs routine. “Special”

Pandora - Next Goals: Pandora still has a way to dogs take more time and patience but all the firsts make
go but she is definitely making progress. She recently it so worthwhile; the first cuddle, the first time she
had her first bath and is making great progress learning wagged her tail at us, the first time she enjoyed a walk.
affection from other dogs. Our next goal is to get Pandora gives us so much joy with her achievements.
Pandora in the car so she can enjoy runs at our local She is starting to come out of her shell and we love
“off leash” beach. Most importantly, we would like her to having her as part of our family. Our plans for Pandora
enjoy a cuddle on her own without the other dogs. are for the long term.

32 JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE
A NEW INITIATIVE FROM BLACKTOWN POUND…

DOGGIERESCUE E-MAGAZINE
POUND CAT OF THE MONTH!

We would like to thank Blacktown Animal Holding Facility very much for their wonderful new
initiative in saving a Pound Cat’s life through our FRONT PAGE PET promotion each month.

What will happen is: At the end of each month a ‘YOGI BEAR’…
Cat/Kitten from the RED LIST (euthanasia list )
will be chosen as the DoggieRescue E-Magazine Yogi Bear is big, medium haired, beautiful, and a boy.
‘ CAT OF THE MONTH’ . The chosen cat will be There is something about this cat which is super special.
given additional time to find their forever home. It He is a big boy, but is placid, tolerated being picked up
is just one cat you might say but for that cat it and put down on the table, and certainly took the most
could mean LIFE not DEATH. lovely photos.

WHERE IS THE POUND? Yogi Bear found himself on a red list and had only until
4pm on 25th May but has been given another chance
Blacktown’s Animal Holding facility is with a reprieve but it has only bought him some extra
located at …415 Flushcombe Road, time and he still URGENTLY needs adoption.

PROSPECT. NSW Yogi Bear is impound 2391 at Blacktown Pound,
Sydney. He is $230 to adopt. That includes desexing,
( Closed Public Holidays.) vaccination (1st F3), microchipping and lifetime
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am registration in NSW. Remember - love comes free.

to 4:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm If this handsome cat looks and sounds like you -
Sunday 9:00 am to11:00 am please pick up the phone and call Blacktown Animal
Holding Facility on 9839-6161 or alternatively email:
http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline/ [email protected]

I am asking you all to PLEASE share our
magazine link and make sure that this new
promotion is a huge success and that we
can guarantee at least this chosen cat, the
first of whom is the handsome YOGI BEAR,
a loving forever home.

SAVE A LIFE!

9839-6161

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34 JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

WHY DID YOU
ABANDON ME?

Imp: 2386 TYBALT
2-4yrs Tabby/White
Male

I am alone and unloved.

I am waiting for
somebody to care.

I am waiting for a
chance.

I want to learn about
love before I die.

Please let me live.

For the thousands of cats and kittens abandoned to So many cats are owned by uncaring owners, they are
pounds each year only 3% are claimed. Those lucky not desexed, allowed to roam, their lives held cheap.
enough to go to a rescue group survive but the They are dumped/ abandoned or lost and their family
remainder are euthanized. Whether you live or die is a never cares to look for them. Many are surrendered.
lottery and can depend on the amount of cats in the So cats come into the pound, unloved, unwanted,
pound, the time of year the pets are abandoned, with some are pregnant or with a litter of kittens... and they
Christmas and the holiday seasons peak periods, and die. All that is left to show that they ever lived is an
it is the time of the year that shelters are always full. impounding number on a council register. It is so sad.

Whether you survive also depends not only on Somehow we must make it harder to own a pet.
your personality but colour. Of all the cats in the Cats should all be desexed upon purchase. Pet
pound it seems pure black, black / white and shops should not be allowed to sell animals and
tabbies top the list of those euthanized. backyard breeding should be against the law.

Looking to add a new cat member to your family?
Please consider adopted a pound cat or kitten and please….

SAVE A LIFE

http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline/search.aspx?type=2

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SAVE ONE LIFE!

PHONE: 9839-6161 http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline/

ALL OF THESE BEAUTIFUL CATS URGENTLY NEED YOUR HELP FOR THE CLOCK IS TICKING...

Imp.1939 BUNDCHEN Imp.1853 MAGNIFICO Imp.1257 ADORA 2-4yrs Imp. 1873 NO NAME 2-

1-2yrs Grey/Tabby Female 1-2yrs Ginger/White Male Black/White Female 4yrs Tabby/White Female

Imp. 1390 PIAZZA 1-2yrs Imp. 1693 BAYEUX Imp. 2141 ALVIN 1-2yrs Imp. 1505 SERSI 1-2yrs
Tabby Female Grey Tabby/White Female
1-2yrs Black/White Male Grey Tabby Male

Imp. 1591 DOVER 1-2yrs Imp. 2399 DEXTER 1-2yrs Imp. 1443 CEROC Imp. 1800 SPRECKLES
Ginger/White Male 8yrs Black/White Female
Tabby/White Male 2-4yrs White Male

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By Barbara and a lot of treats (he is very fond of treats). He
Holdsworth walked perfectly on lead, didn’t bark once and was
totally relaxed with us even having never met us
before. He is a gorgeous little man with a beautiful
face and lovely nature. We fell in love with him but,
like the sixteen sponsor doggies before him, I
couldn’t take him home because we have a Cairn
Terrier that doesn’t like competition.

WALTER - TOO CUTE TO BE HOMELESS For anyone looking for a gorgeous
companion and perfect addition to
their family – meet Walter.

I would like you all to meet Walter, my seventeenth sponsor Sponsoring dogs through Monika’s DoggieRescue
doggie. Walter is a 10 year old Shih Tzu cross. He has a has been a joy for me and when I receive the email
dry eye that will need a small amount of attention ongoing my current dog has been adopted, well that is the
but, apart from that, all he needs in his life is a loving home. best news ever. I hope this story will prompt some-
one to think Walter is a little guy worthy of a loving
I met Walter for the first time in April, having sponsored him home and I will soon receive another happy email.
for 12 months. My daughter and I went to visit the Ingleside
shelter and took Walter for a walk, gave him lots of cuddles Sponsor: “Good luck Walter!” Barbara Holdsworth

Tyson Maltese x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our precious rescue dog Penny!” Love from Stephanie
Dora Pomeranian x 10yrs 3.8kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear Heidi & Libby!” Judith Lynch
Kirby Foxy x Corgi 10yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause you’re such a very good little boy!” Jane & Romeo
Thumbelina Chihuahua x 9yrs 3.5kgs Female Sponsor: “On behalf of our ‘Rainbow Bridge’ mob.” Colleen & Ron

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Igor Maltese x Jack Siska English Staffy x Tadpole Chihuahua x Allegra Jack Russell x
Russell 10yrs Male 10 yrs Female Sponsor: 10yrs Female Sponsor: 10yrs 5.9kgs Female
Sponsor: “Sending love & “For my rescue dogs Nela From The Neutral Bay Sponsor: “ Hugs + kisses!”
hugs!” Jane & her fur kids & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling School of Dance, with love Patsy Wills

MEET LONG TERM BOY “ RUFUS ”

Breed: Cattle x Age: 10yrs
Weight: 17.7kgs Sex: Male

Rufus greets people nicely and loves attention.
He will give you his paw and knows how to sit.
He can be found laying against the wire of his
enclosure hoping for a passing pat, for which
he will give you little licks! Rufus’s great love is
playing with his ball and he knows how to
fetch. He deserves a home where pats, treats,
toys & balls abound & where this loveable
senior can make his new family proud.

Sponsor: “ Happy home soon Rufus!” With
lots of love from Lochie, Melinda & Brett

Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of our dear Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy
Cleveland Corgi x Cattle 10yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
Polly Maltese x 10yrs 6kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of our dear Connor!” Love from The Browns
Dottie Mini Foxy x 10yrs 6kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of my dog wonder Curtis!” Lee McKerracher

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 DOGGIES OVER 14KGS

Manny English Cocker Maple Staffy x 3yrs 17kgs Patch B/Collie x Cattle 1yr Skyla Pointer x 11mths
Spaniel 6yrs 16.5kgs Female Sponsor: “Hugs to a
Male Sponsor: “For Emma, beautiful girl –forever family 17kgs Male Sponsor: 22kgs Female Sponsor:
Jesse & Mary!” Uncle Sam soon!” Gail & Nelson
“In loving memory of Rusty Love from Kezi, Sherry &

& Natasha!” Barry & Jessica Spot Trafford

Tabitha Labrador x Cattle Bessie Foxy x Cattle 6yrs Roxy Staffy x 5yrs Speckles Cattle x Corgi
2yrs Female Sponsor: “In 19.5kgs Female Sponsor: 26.5kgs Female Sponsor: 7yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor:
loving memory of my Sam With lots of love from Love from Honey ex DR “Wishing you lots of luck!”
& Jess!” Sara Dyer Shona & Narice doggie & Marti, her Mum Sam & Joy

Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy Jax Labrador x Border Gypsy Kelpie x Shepherd Turtle Labrador x 2yrs
8yrs Female Sponsor: Collie 2yrs 17.5kgs Male
Angela Rayner & the team Sponsor: “ A faithful friend 2yrs 18.2kgs Female Male Sponsor: “ In loving
at Aristocrat Technologies forever!” Wendy McCathie
Sponsor: Best wishes for a memory of Roger, Rover &

home from Freddie Martin Ross!” Elizabeth Lynch

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 39

“ My name is Rocky Guerin-Graf ”

(formerly Romeo) with adopted sister Amber

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be - no one. Eat, walks, love & If I impersonated a movie star I’d be - George
sleeping in a queen size bed, ahhhh, I have the best life! Clooney. I just have that “je ne sais quoi” with women
It took a while but I was finally trained to – steal My yappiest moments are - when my friends don’t run
Daddy’s spot in bed with the help of my sister!! fast enough. I love to chase them you see
I wish I could - catch more lizards. I’m not quick enough. The food that makes me drool is – anything I can find
When I heard I was to star in DR magazine I - in my bowl, on the floor, in bushes ,at the beach, soft
wondered what took them so long since I’m so adorable. hard, not fussy really!
I hate to whine but - I wish my sister did not groom me My nickname is – Rolly Polly. I used to be a little podgy
so much. My ears end up so wet! My favourite place in the world is - to go to work with
My tail wags most when - anytime I look at Mum mum. She is a dog walker you see. I love being in the
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be - on car and the outdoors
those magpies in our backyard. They always try to steal To all those dogs waiting in pounds I say - there is
from me while I am eating my bones always hope. Even a mature gentleman like me found
My greatest achievement - losing 4kgs in the last year! his forever home after a few months wait.
My relationship with other dogs is - a love affair. Just Life is – too short not to share it with adopted humans. I
on the quiet side I have more friends than Mum and Dad! am in love with mine

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 DOGGIES 11 YEARS AND OVER...

Monte Maltese x 12yrs Genie Jack Russell x 13yrs Cupid Maltese x 12yrs Marge Chihuahua x 15yrs
4.9kgs Female Sponsor: 5kgs Male Sponsor: “A 3.8kgs Female Sponsor:
❤Male Sponsor: With ex “ On behalf of our sweet loving forever family “ In loving memory of
Josie!” Love from Liz May soon!” Lesley Cansdell Connor!” The Browns
DR doggie Jerry, Lucy &
humans Maya & Willie

Norman Jack Russell x Alice Maltese x Shih Tzu Remy Foxy x 11yrs 5kgs Misty Maltese x Shih Tzu
13yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: 11yrs 3kgs Female Male Sponsor: “ You just 12yrs Female Sponsor:“In
With cuddles & love from Sponsor: Lots of love from keep wagging that little tail!” loving memory of Sammy!”
Tilly, Jasper & Karen Martha Pavlakis Love from The Simpsons Fred & Teena Wratten

Merlin Maltese x 15yrs Louis Jack Russell x Papi Maltese x 12yrs Barnaby Foxy x Cattle
Male Sponsor: “ In loving Chihuahua 12yrs 4kgs 6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“In 11yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:
memory of Jakkson & Male Sponsor: Lopez (ex memory of all my beautiful “In loving memory of
Jack! ” Gina Carovigno DR dog),Chilli, Pippy & Tess woofs!” Susan Carovigno Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison

JUNE 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 41

ADOPT ME! MEET 12 OF DOGGIERESCUE’S ‘TEDDY BEARS’

Buddy Terrier x 8yrs Marshall Maltese x Crumpet Poodle x Silky Tina Poodle x 1yr 4.4kgs
Male Sponsor:“ He’s going Poodle 9yrs 5.6kgs Male 18mths 5kgs Male Female Sponsor: “ For my
to be somebody's loyal Sponsor: “ Wishing you Sponsor: “ Wishing you a precious dogs –Annabel,
buddy!” Rachael & Andrew good luck!” P. Tew family!” Amanda Carter Suzie & Mitzi!” Maureen

Gina Maltese x 5yrs Cole Border Terrier x Bodrik Maltese x 5yrs Jaxson Spaniel x Spitz
Female Sponsor: “ Wishing 4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ A 9yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:
you very good luck and a “He needs kindness, love loving forever home very “ A loving home coming
home soon!” P. Tew & time!” Janice, Volunteer soon!” P. Tew soon!” Jody Redler

Henry Maltese x Poodle Sven Maltese x Silky Percy Terrier x 7yrs Oscar Maltese x Shih Tzu
7yrs Male Sponsor: “ With 6yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: 5.2kgs Male Sponsor: “In 10yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor:
love from our ex DR doggie “ In loving memory of dear loving memory of my dear “ In memory of my Scamp!”
Dougie!” Denise Bartlett Crunchie!” Cathy Beer husband Les!” Noreen Joey, Lily & Helen Ingold

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Featuring Dr.
Deidre Clack
from...

The Cottage
Animal Hospital
16 Ross St,
PARRAMATTA.
NSW. 2150

Ph: 9890 7220

www.thecottageanimalhositpal.com

Lonrho and his beautiful new family on adoption day...

REASONS 1. An unbreakable bond: 2. Ready to go:
Most rescue pets have lived through Adopt a dog from
TO ADOPT A some trauma which makes them very DoggieRescue and
appreciative of good care. Some can they are all vet
RESCUE PET be a bit nervous and do strange things checked, wormed,
(understandably), but they do get over vaccinated, de-sexed
There are many good reasons to this in time, when trust has been built. and micro chipped.
adopt a rescue pet but here are my Treat them with kindness, and you’ll
top 10 — not in order of priority! be rewarded with a grateful and loyal All they need is a
mate, for life. forever home.

“ Winnie has bought so much 3. An ethical choice: Many
joy to our lives, and I know we thousands of puppies are mass produced
are her whole universe. “ Fiona by puppy farmers to be sold for profit in
pet shops and online, while pounds are
overflowing with discarded pets. When you
adopt a rescue dog or cat you are giving a
homeless animal a second chance in life
and there are many very adoptable pets,
of all ages and sizes, who have been
saved from a Kill Pound and are now
waiting at Doggie Rescue to find their
forever families.

Visit Oscars Law for more information on
puppy mills. www.oscarslaw.org

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4. Less cleaning up: Puppies 5. Conversation 6. No surprises: Many of
need a lot of training, time, patience the pets are fully grown so there
and energy. If you’re worried that you starter: When you have a aren’t any surprises when your
don’t have the skills or time to train a mutt everyone you pass on the little bundle of fun that looked
puppy (difficult if you are working), street will have an opinion of so “cute” in the shop window
visit Doggie Rescue. Older dogs are what breed he is, and will want to grows up into a massive mountain
already done with the nipping and the ask you what breed your exotic, dog. This is one of the reasons
chewing and the housebreaking mysterious pet is! Let your pet that many pets end up unwanted
stages. They're able to focus faster so be the conversation starter when and in shelters.
it's actually easier to train them. The you want to make friends!
old saying "you can't teach an old dog
new tricks" is a myth. If you get a dog
three years or older, they're out of the
puppy stage and are eager to learn.

7. Affordable option. Pets
purchased over the internet or from pet
shops can cost $1,000’s of dollars but
when you rescue a pet from Doggie
Rescue you pay only for the vet work
done ( at a reduced cost ). Pets are
vaccinated (pups with 3 vac), desexed,

wormed, micro chipped for $350 - $500

“ Miss Betty has been with us two years “ Maggie (Trynn) was such a loved member of our family. We
and what joy she has given us!” Kaye hoped by adopting a rescue dog to give a little old dog some
comfort and love but we didn't expect how quickly she would
love being part of our family and how much we would love her
in return. R.I.P. to our sweet girl...” Sarah & Matthew

8. No small print: 9. Feeling good: Pets can 10. You’re a hero. When
Adopting a rescue means you will help your physical health as well— you rescue a pet you’re saving a
know more about your chosen just spending time with an animal life. A lot of the dogs and cats that
buddy. Rescue staff, volunteers can help lower a person's blood are with the community rescue
and foster parents know all the pressure and cholesterol levels, and organisations have been taken from
little quirks of the pets and are dog walking provides increased death row at local pounds, and are
more than happy to share. It is in physical activity that can help you just awaiting their forever home.
their interest that pets go to loving, lose weight and feel healthier. Pets And remember when you adopt, you
understanding homes – so they aren't just good friends; they're also are leaving a space for another pet
are not going to hide anything good medicine and can improve a to be saved from a Kill Pound. What
from you. person's well-being in many ways. could be more heroic than that?

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https://www.facebook.com/TheCottageAnimalHospital

By Dr. Dee
In April this year 3 little orphans were brought into THE COTTAGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL. This is a
diary of their survival and growth. It is also a story of love and hope….
27/4 : 3 tiny baby girls - brought into us in a cardboard box -

no Mummy - we estimate as only 2 days old. One still
has her umbilical cord attached. We will do our best to
raise these babies but they have a tough road ahead...

29/4: Pepa Pig is doing her best to be a
‘Mummy’. Kittens are 4 days old.

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3/5 : Raising orphan kittens is
a big job - they need
feeding every few
hours, toileting,
temperature control and
of course love - here
are two of our
wonderful nursing staff,
Courtney and Crystal,
toileting the orphans
after a feed. They are
now 8 days old- this
photo was taken when
they were 2 days old

4/5 : 8 days old - the three babies are so far doing
well & because they arrived just after ANZAC

❤weekend they have been named Poppy,

Biscuit & Dawn

5/5 : Eyes are open—day 9

12/5 :18 days old and so far so good! These little
babies are a part of Monika's Doggie Rescue
cat rescue program. Found at 2 days old they
had little hope.

The kittens are thriving on a cat
milk replacement called Biolac
and have started to walk around
and explore in between drinking
warm milk and taking looooong
naps….. They are so precious.

Follow Poppy, Biscuit & Dawn’s story on THE COTTAGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
https://www.facebook.com/TheCottageAnimalHospital

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News & gossip
direct from the
dog’s mouth...

PUPPIES...PUPPIES...Adorable Chihuahua x COOLEST ADOPTION
Foxy puppies available. Details ph: 9486-3133 OF THE MONTH...

Snow, a 10 year old Cattle x has been adopted by her
failed foster parents.. Way to go Snow:) Story next month!

SPONSOR of the month... Where is my CRASH
forever family? BANDICOOT
Lyb is a new sponsor with amazing luck with
her sponsored dogs finding homes. In a short Pomeranian x
time she has sponsored: Wilfred, Herbie, Italian Greyhound
Sherlock, Felix and now Ginger Meggs! WOW! 1-2yrs 5kgs Male

Ginger Meggs Jack Russell x 2yrs 4.9kgs Don’t miss Crash’s
Female Sponsor: “ I’m on the trail of a loving story in next
forever home!” Good luck from Lyb Semple month’s issue and
let us see if we can
find this sweet boy
a home.

Sponsor:“Just
‘cause he’s been
such a very good
little boy!” Jane &
Romeo

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Piper Bambi
RESCUED
POUND CATS

• DID YOU KNOW? YOU’RE NOBODY ADOPT
’TILL SOME BUNNY LOVES YOU!!!! ME!

These bunnies above were born on the 30th October 2014 and they
want, need and deserve a ‘bunny loving family’ to call their own. For
more details about the buns available please call 9486-3133

Meet “ MR.
SNUGGLY”

Larry (2yo Foxy x) is
testing our doggie beds
in the DoggieRescue
shop. We have lots of
great beds available and
Larry has made sure
your doggie will be very
comfy on any bed you
choose - he tried them
all! Sweet dreams Larry.

Behind Sponsor: “In loving MEET VIXEN & HER
the fence memory of my Pebbles!”
Sigrid Lublow LOOK-A-LIKE BABY WOLF

DoggieRescue is always seeking Vixen Domestic Shorthair Tabby Female
volunteer drivers to pick up dogs This pretty girl came from a pound with 5
from The Cottage Animal Hospital tiny kittens. Some have now found homes
at Parramatta and then bring to but Wolf (above ) is a sooky ‘Mummies boy’
Ingleside (or vice versa) or to pick and they want a home together. For more
up from pounds. If you have time details contact Michelle on 0451 033 823
to spare please call 9486-3133 Sponsor: “ Please adopt this darling pair! ”
Love from Sylvia Raye

Join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue
FACEBOOK SWEETHEART

MEET LATTE: Our ‘Sleeping Beauty’ is dreaming of
a forever home and a special friend to love her. Latte
is currently in foster care but needs a forever home of
her very own. Are you her ‘Prince Charming’?

Latte 1yr Domestic Shorthair Ginger/White Female
Sponsor: The 5 Kane Kitties, with lots of love...

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 MEDIUM DOGGIES 6-11KGS

Chuck Jack Russell x Squall Foxy x 6yrs 9.4kgs Angus Aussie Terrier x Shadow Foxy x Kelpie
4yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor: Male Sponsor:“ In loving 2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: 1yr 7.5kgs Female
“In memory of Ralph, Floyd memory of our Tia!” Kathryn “ Hoping you find a kind Sponsor: “ Wishing you
& Steffie!” Verena & Paul, Ian & Muffin Archer family very soon!” Lesley lots of luck!” Lisa Suters

Bryson Jack Russell x Nigel Foxy x 3yrs 7.8kgs Nikita Corgi x 8yrs 9.8kgs Quinn Jack Russell x
2yrs 6.3kgs Male Sponsor: Male Sponsor: “Good luck Female Sponsor: “ Chloe & 4yrs 9.7kgs Female
“In memory of dear Ebony!” in finding love!” Rosemary, Lulu Thompson, with love! ” Sponsor: “For my sweet
Melissa, Honey & Charlotte Monica & Justine Gay Thompson Milo!” Diana Tang

Charlie Mini Pinscher Vin Diesel Jack Russell x Antonio Foxy x 3yrs Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs
8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor: 8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor: 8.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ 6.6kgs Male Sponsor:
“Here’s hoping you are “ For all my dogs, Annabel, For the lovely Lily & the “Wishing this sweet boy a
adopted soon!” Meaghan Suzie & Mitzi!” Maureen joyous Jenna!” Lisa Kane kind home!” Marg Iveson

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 SMALL DOGGIES UNDER 6KGS

Cricket Mini Foxy x 10yrs Bundy Foxy x Chihuahua Echo Mini Foxy x 10yrs Gene Chihuahua x 2yrs
4kgs Male Sponsor: “In 7yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor: 3.3kgs Female Sponsor: 4.5kgs Male Sponsor:“ With
loving memory of Bill & “In loving memory of Elle!” “You are so very cute!” love from Jamie & Rosie!”
Brittany!” Doreen Watkins Bill & Joan Collins Love from Breanna Pat Broderick, with cuddles

Marbles Chihuahua x Wiggles Maltese x 2yrs Scoobie Mini Foxy x 5yrs Lola Jack Russell x Pug
Foxy 5yrs 5kgs Male 5kgs Male Sponsor: “Ex 4.1kgs Male Sponsor: 1yr 5kgs Female Sponsor:
Sponsor: “In loving memory DR dog Woody’s way of “ Wishing you a happy “Just ’cause you’re such a
of Ricky!” Malki & Chandra saying thanks!” Tracy Fay home!” Sylvia Raye good girl!” Jane & Romeo

Randle Maltese x 10yrs Allen Chihuahua x 1.5yrs Wally Wiry Terrier 10yrs Sasha Jack Russell x 3yrs
4.8kgs Male Sponsor:“In 5.2kgs Male Sponsor: “To 3.9kgs Male Sponsor: 5kgs Female Sponsor: “ In
loving memory of our Elle!” find a kind home as loving “ In loving memory of loving memory of our dear
from Bill & Joan Collins as Napoleon’s.” Jackson Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins Elle!” Malki & Chandra

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1,000’s of ABANDONED PETS are EUTHANIZED each year in pounds.
Even the RESCUED dogs can wait many months for their new home.

Blossom Red Cattle X Winkle Mini Foxy x 6yrs Maxwell Jack Russell x Cookie 3 I/Greyhound x
Kelpie 1-2yrs 13.2kgs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In 6yrs 8.9kgs Male Sponsor: 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:
Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my boy “Just’ cause you’re such a “In memory of Tia!” Paul &
loving memory of Penny Sam!” Valerie Rodgers good boy!” Jane & Romeo Kathryn, Ian & Muffin
& Lucy!” Hannah Quayle

Mustard Chihuahua x Roscoe Jack Russell x Riley Foxy x 3yrs 9kgs Male Colonel Jack Russell x
Foxy 8wks Male Sponsor: 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: Sponsor:"In loving memory of 10yrs 7.2kgs Male
“ In loving memory of “ In memory of Rusty & Rusty, Tasha, Sam & all who Sponsor: “ Loving home
Fantasia!” Emma Curtin Natasha!” Barry & Jessica enriched my life.”Robert Nauta soon!”[email protected]

Twiggy Silky Terrier x Dodger Mini Foxy x 5yrs Seb Jack Russell x 3yrs Yukki Mini Foxy x 3yrs
3yrs 3.3kgs Female 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ A 12kgs Male Sponsor: 4.3kgs Male Sponsor: “To
Sponsor:“ From Gunter & forever family very soon!” “ Sending love from little give you a better chance of
family!” Rhonda & Brett Janelle Wooldridge Oxy!” John Kinninmont a home!” John & Joan Jones

Puppy farmers grow rich in the pet industry breeding
and selling puppies to pet shops and over the internet
when there are simply not enough homes for them all.


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