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Published by magazine, 2015-12-30 00:20:23

DoggieRescue E-Magazine January 2016_Neat

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

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.135 ADOPTIONS:

JANUARY DOGS 11,540
2016 CATS 240

DOG WALKING
NEW HOURS
11AM - 3PM
TUES - SUN

Meet our gorgeous cover boy
Muffin and see his look-a-like
sponsor! Pages 20 & 21

www.DoggieRescue.com

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DoggieRescue.com FROM MY

Magazine By Monika Biernacki

DESK

Featuring over
200 homeless
doggies & many
cats & kittens...

What’s Inside?

Feature Articles: Published
MONTHLY

HAPPY NEW YEAR—Some DR doggies are 6-7
celebrating the arrival of 2016

WHAT A YEAR IT WAS….Looking back on a year 8-11
which has seen many milestone achievements

ROSSCO & YUKKI We focus on two very 15
special little dogs. By Janice Martin

GIVE HUSK SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE 19 Monika with a
IN 2016 A dog rescued in appalling condition. new arrival -
sweet Boo...
SPONSOR—DOG LOOK-A-LIKES A gift that 20-21
keeps on giving all year long! “ The attitudes are changing in our society. Lots of
families opt for a rescue dog from the pound now.
BEACH LOVER— We catch up with Fidget and his 24-25 The message “adopt do not shop” is getting around
new Dad, his new life and adventures. but there are also many more rescue groups saving
lives at pounds.” Monika
10 TOP TIPS TO SURVIVE A SIZZLING 38-39
SUMMER By Dr. Dee Dear Readers,

DOGGIERESCUE.COM RESCUING CATS - 40-48 The months have just flown past, just packed with
A special section just for CATS/KITTENS many rescues, Mums with kittens from local pounds
through to bigger dogs from rural pounds. To me it all
Every month: seems to be going faster and faster but perhaps I am
just getting older. Even in the early hours of
FROM MY DESK by Monika Biernacki 2-3 Christmas Day we managed to save 5 small dogs
from Melbourne from the Lost Dogs Home. They
Doggie Rescue UNLEASHED & DANGEROUS 12-14 were deemed unsuitable for rehoming. One of our
By Roland Briefrel Cartoon Ryley Miller extraordinary volunteers negotiated to get her foot in
the door to save them and did the long drive here.
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL— 33
Featuring Marley Dowling Subscribe to our magazine online!!!
http://www.doggierescue.com/merch.htm
Email: [email protected]

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Just days before New Year we managed to rescue some
kelpies from the country from an abusive situation and
when we had no space at all we took on the thinnest dog
I have ever seen -- Willow who is now doing well and
does not stop wagging her tail! More about her will be in
the following issue ( see her again on back page) This is
of course additional to the regular local weekly rescues.

Whilst our kennel team have been busy caring for all the Willow is now safe with DoggieRescue
new dogs and settling them in, others were out fund
raising for us to make sure we stay afloat. In past months Our magazine is just packed with beautiful updates
some of our volunteers searched for opportunities to sell from families sharing about their lives with dogs and
calendars, do sausage sizzles, drive events and some of cats they have adopted from us.
our younger volunteers like Christopher, Jack and Daniel
have been busking in the city (pictured below). We will continue to take all these abandoned animals,
restore them to good health and return their self-
The boys did 2 days busking and raised $110.20 for the esteem. The future does look a bit brighter. I can
doggies. Christopher is playing the cello, Jack on the remember many years where there were always more
violin and Daniel as sign holder! Kate small dogs than we could take at any time and now
some weeks go by and there are no small dogs, only
larger ones in the pounds to be saved.

The attitudes are changing in our society. Lots of
families opt for a rescue dog from the pound now. The
message “adopt do not shop” is getting around but
there are also many more rescue groups saving lives
at pounds. Sadly this is not the case with cats and
kittens, but hopefully the wheels are turning. As
Mahatma Gandhi said: “The greatness of a nation can
be judged by the way its animals are treated”
A Happy New Year from us all—CLICK HERE

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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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D Elsa Cattle x Kelpie 4yrs 15kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving
Y Sandy donated two new microwaves:) memory of Mitch & Amber!” Sue Bellamy

Where is DOGGIEWOOD?

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

Open 10am - 5pm Tuesday to Sunday
Phone: 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com.au

What is my New year’s WHICH SPONSORED DOGGIES
HAVE FOUND HOMES?
RESOLUTION?
• Trinity, Basil, Malinka, Manny,
This year I will try to forget my Bear, Renley, Dante, Draco,
past and try to find the courage Tina, Trixie, Ollie, Hiccups,
to trust people again! Sox, Tulip, Gulliver, Rocket,
Sven, Oscar, Mikey, Bambi &
Quinn Jack Russell x Kelpie Alfie (together), Dougal, Hutch
5-6yrs 9.7kgs Female Sponsor: & Genie
“For my sweet Milo!” Diana Tang
• Latte (cat)

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Would you buy a Calendar

to help a little dog like me? Leave a Legacy of Love

Tilly Pomeranian x 8yrs Female Sponsor: “ A
gift that gives life! Merry Christmas Dylan”

• 100% of sales from our beautiful, glossy Because you will always care.
calendar, specially produced by our Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.
generous supporters, helps DoggieRescue
to continue our important lifesaving work.
It is our major fundraiser for the year.

http://www.doggierescue.com/2016calendar.htm

Start 2016 Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
by saving gift in your Will.

a life! Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
First name
PHONE Surname
9486-3133
Address
CAT FEEDING/CLEANING
AT YOUR HOME Post code

Call Luci 0423 963 422 Telephone
Has been full time with
DoggieRescue for Please return to:
4 years – reliable & caring. DoggieRescue,
8 Chiltern Road,
Pittwater Area ONLY INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
Or call 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you

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GOODBYE TO THE YEAR THAT
HAS JUST PASSED….

CLICK HERE HELLO TO THE NEW YEAR—IT’S GOING TO BE A BLAST!!!!
CLICK HERE

Maxwell Jack Russell x 6yrs 9kgs Male A ‘long term’ Luigi Mini Foxy x Chihuahua 20wks Male A bright,
boy who needs a committed family to love. Sponsor: happy, active & playful pup. Sponsor: “ I hope you find a
“Just ‘cause you are such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo family soon!” Margot Cuthill

JANUARY 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7

CLICK NEW YEAR’S
HERE RESOLUTION?

TO JUST KEEP
ON SMILING….

Summer Jack Russell x
4yrs Female This sweet girl
knows what she wants—and
how to get it! Prefers male
dogs. Sponsor: “ Here’s
hoping for a wonderful 2016!”
Hugs from Julie McCann

CLICK
HERE

CLICK Comet English Staffy 9yrs
HERE Male A very handsome boy
who enjoys being patted and
cuddled. Sits on command,
walks well on a loose lead.
Very friendly. Sponsor: “ It’s in
the giving that we receive!”
Royce Milmlow

Merry Foxy x 5yrs Female A
very pretty girl with a big happy
smile for everyone. Sponsor:
“In loving memory of Banjo &
Clancy!” from Mummy &
Daddy, Molly, Mabel & Henry

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SOME HIGHS - SOME LOWS

These are a few highlights from a year
described as an emotional rollercoaster...

Looking back over a SPECIAL year which has
seen many changes and milestone achievements…

FEB 2015 In February we all had some Valentine’s Day fun with an NOV 2015—ABOVE
inaugural kissing booth raising funds and awareness.
Monika represents DoggieRescue
featuring on SUNRISE with little ‘super
star’ Mikey from Ingleside Shelter.
“ When I was aware of the problem
and of how many homeless dogs there
are in pounds I just could not turn my
back on it!” says Monika

Fergus is the first ever cat to feature on the cover of a DR APR 2015 LOW POINT: We received the
magazine & 2015 sees our intake of cats/kittens grow. euthanasia figures for 2013-2014
years from the pounds and RSPCA.
A total of 10,201 DOGS and 17,237
CATS have lost their lives. It is just
incomprehensible in today’s society
so many homeless pets have to die,
many of those under 2 years of age.

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12 INSPIRATIONAL months filled
with MEMORABLE moments!!

AUG 2015 DoggieRescue’s ‘WOOFMAS IN JULY’ Trivia JUL 2015
Night raised over $17,655.00 for the doggies.
DoggieRescue reaches a milestone with
our 200th CAT ADOPTION!!!!

HIGH POINT: DoggieRescue’s adoption total OCT 2015 DoggieRescue’s 2016 Calendar is launched
reaches well over 11,000 dogs and pups in with a Halloween Party at Ingleside shelter.
2015 — how amazing is that?

Sabrina
with new
Mum

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EQdWJeAKyXA&feature=share

I’m FOSTERS OF THE YEAR are DEC 2015
adopted! abused dogs ERIC & CLIFFORD

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MEMORIES HAPPY ENDINGS!

2015 saw the passing of some BY MARG IVESON
much loved ex DR dogs, but
none more loved than Maxie... I can’t begin to express the sheer joy I now feel since little Remy finally
became mine. I have been a volunteer feeder at DoggieRescue for five
years, in that time have loved so many of the dogs Monika has saved.
How could you choose! Well you don’t, they choose you. In his shy
manner, Remy inched his way into slowly into my heart. As time passed,
I realised I didn’t want anyone else to have him, he felt like mine already.

Initially I fostered him, mainly to see how my timid 12 year old cat would
cope having a dog encroach on her territory after all those years . Remy
was the perfect, gentle dog with her. She has shown him who’s boss and
he is happy accepting her position as such. So he has a grade 3 heart
murmur and is on medication for the rest of his life, he has not let this
stop him or his joie de vivre since coming to me. He has a new lease on
life. We both enjoy our daily walks and he LOVES rides in the car. My
family and friends adore him, he has worked his magic on them all.

Remy has added another dimension to my life. Every cliché I’ve heard
about adopting an older rescue dog is true and I’m lucky enough to be
experiencing this first hand. I cannot recommend adopting an older dog
highly enough, Remy has enriched our lives more than he will ever know.

CLICK HERE

MAX MARR 13/11/2015

Hello, “ I am so grateful to be able to adopt this gentle elderly boy and will do my
utmost to make his remaining years as pleasurable as I can.” Marg
My husband David and I bought
Max 6 years ago from Monika’s
DoggieRescue when he was 13
years old. He was an absolutely
beautiful dog and he gave us a lot
of joy and happiness. Max
passed away in November 2015
at 19 years of age and we would
be forever grateful if you could
honour him in your magazine.
We are so sad but remember
the good times and the love that
he brought to our lives.

Tina Marr

REST IN PEACE

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FOR LARGER PICS
CLICK ON EACH DOG

2. 3.
1.

4.

Will this year see some of our 5.
much loved DR doggies find
6. ALMOST HOME
their forever homes? 7.
Given a chance I would be your
Featured dogs are: friend for life, a loyal companion.

1. Rani Aussie Bulldog x Cattle 2yrs Given a chance I would share my
Female Sponsor:“In loving memory life, sacrifice mine to save yours.
of Lucy!” Elizabeth Lynch
Given a chance I would learn to
2. Seb Jack Russell x 3yrs 12kgs please you, we‘d teach each other.
Male Sponsor: “ Sending love from
Oxy!” John Kinninmont Given a chance I would love
you….. unconditionally.
3. Betty Maltese x 10yrs Female
Sponsor:“In memory of Sybil & Jed, Given a chance I would.
2 strays!” Janet & Richard Elmes ,

4. Squall Foxy x 6yrs 9kgs Male Will you give me
Sponsor: “In loving memory of our that chance?
Tia & Ian!” Paul & Kathryn & Muffin
“ Each dog on this page is
5. Speckles Cattle x Corgi 7yrs hoping their luck will change
15kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you 8. this year and they will find a
a Happy New Year!” Sam & Joy family ready to say ‘forever’
to them!” Monika
6. Coral Jack Russell x 10yrs
11.2kgs Female Sponsor:“Must be
your turn soon!” Love, Hughie Wray

7. Calvin Foxy x 4yrs 5.4kgs Male
Sponsor: “ To give you a better
chance of a home!” Pam Robson

8. Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs 7.8kgs
Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory
of Harry!” Malki & Chandra

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DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS 2016 RESOLUTIONS Compiled by Roland Briefrel

If I was going to wander around the inner city “ May all your
chalking up messages on the pavement in troubles last
copperplate, they would not say Eternity. They as long as
would say Wake Up. Why? Because, contrary to your New
rumour, the well-being of animals is as elusive as
ever. So as we hit the New Year, here, in an Year
exclusive for Doggie Rescue magazine, are my Resolutions
favourite resolutions for 2016 – both animal and and not for
human: an Eternity!!!

For the animals: ” Roland

1. Adopt, don’t shop. Pet overpopulation is a major 5. Take more photos. You will never regret having
issue in animal welfare. Each year around the world, too many pictures of your pet;
millions of animals enter shelters, and millions are
euthanized because they cannot find homes. If you 6. Learn how to recognize and report animal
plan on adding a new pet to your family this year, cruelty. Being able to identify when an animal’s
make the responsible decision and head to a shelter wellbeing is being compromised is a skill that all animal
– Doggie Rescue of course - instead of the pet store; lovers should have, and there are a variety of physical
and environmental signs about which you should be
2. Be a voice for change. There are a huge number aware;
of ways that you can speak up for animals––vote on
animal-related issues in your community, spread 7. Schedule an annual vet check-up. If you have not
awareness about animal related causes on your social yet done so, make sure you set your pet up for a healthy
media pages, hold a peaceful protest, write a letter year by scheduling a check-up with your veterinarian.
urging people to de-sex their pets, to the editor of Your vet will be able to examine your pet for any health
your local newspaper, etc; issues and can assist you in making sure your furry
loved one is as happy and healthy as can be;
3. Shop cruelty-free. Making a huge difference can
be as easy as opting not to buy products that test on 8. Don’t throw out old towels or blankets. Instead of
animals or contain animal ingredients; tossing out gently-used towels and bed linens, drop
them off at Doggie Rescue. Your old items will go a
4. Get your pets moving. If you have made any sort long way towards keeping a rescue animal warm, cozy,
of commitment to get healthier yourself this year, why and clean. Or organize a DoggieWood shelter drive and
not include your pets? Pet obesity is a national get your friends to donate their own used items;
epidemic, and can lead to injuries and decreased life
spans for overweight animals. 9. Volunteer. There are few things more rewarding
than donating your time to helping animals in need.
This year, seek out an organization whose mission
speaks to you and get involved. Of course we would
love it to be DoggieRescue!!

10. Be kind to the planet. Part of loving animals is
showing respect for their environment (our environment,
too!);

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11. Brush your pet’s teeth more often. Proper dental 18. Donate to animal causes. Animal welfare
care is key for your pet’s well-being and health. Make a organizations are in need of donations that go
promise to yourself and your pet that you will take better beyond used items and volunteer hours. Consider
care of their little ones that don’t use anaesthesia) and donating a set amount of money to a shelter each
doing preventative maintenance like frequent brushings; month, (become a Doggie Rescue Lifesaver)
dropping off extra food at DoggieWood, or take your
12. Do not shop at pet stores that sell puppies. Take dog or cat to donate blood at local vet offices and
the puppy mill pledge and refuse to support any pet store animal hospitals. There are always creative ways
that sells puppies. Responsible breeders do not sell their you can make a difference;
animals at retail pet shops, so unless a store is actively
selling rescues, refuse to give them any of your business;

13. Meet other animal lovers. Make an effort to expand 19. Get smart about travelling with your pet. When it
your social circle and meet some fellow animal lovers this comes to travelling with your pet––whether it is in the
year. Start a pet blog, or simply spark a conversation with car, on a plane, or just a hike in the wilderness––safety
someone new at the dog park; is the most important factor to keep in mind;

14. Educate yourself. Knowledge is power––make an 20. Practice proper grooming. All animals can benefit
effort to read up on pet care topics and animal welfare from regular nail trimmings, brushings, and baths. If
issues. Not only will you become a better pet owner, you you have found yourself slacking when it comes to
will also turn yourself into a better advocate for all animals. grooming, now is the time to make a change;

Reading books, blogs, and magazines, watching 21. Go vegetarian, vegan, or just observe meatless

documentaries, and following Mondays. Vegetarian and

animal-related news stories NO.1 DON’T SHOP - ADOPT!!!! vegan diets go a long way
are great ways to stay up-to- towards creating a better

date on the important topics; world for animals and for

15. Play more. This is one your fellow humans as well.
resolution that all of us could Not sure you can give up
stand to make for a happier meat? Try making a promise
and healthier year, and if you that at least one day a week
are a pet owner, what better you will go meat-free;

way to play than with your 22. Upgrade your pet’s
furry (or feathery, scaly, or toys. When was the last time
slimy) friend? you really took an inventory

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collect them and drop them off at a local shelter;

17. Foster. If you have a little bit of extra space, time,

and love to spare, why not take a foster animal into your 23. Be at one with nature. A large part of respecting

home? Fostering helps keep the population of homeless our environment is learning how to interact properly

animals down, decreases euthanasia rates, and with wildlife. The first step? Know the importance of

increases adoption rates. Doggie Rescue is always in keeping your hands to yourself. Also, read up on the

need of foster parents, and who knows, you may meet potential dangers wildlife can pose to pets, as well as

the next little love of your life; those that pets can post to wildlife;

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24. Whip up some homemade treats. Love to get your hands For the Humans:
dirty in the kitchen? Making homemade treats and meals is an
excellent way to have fun, spoil your pet, and provide some 1. Do not continue doing the stupid
healthy alternatives to commercial pet food products. things you did last year;

Ryley Miller 2. Check your breathing more often
25. Teach your pet a new trick. No matter how old your dog or than your Facebook updates;
independent your cat, all pets can benefit from training. Not only
is it a great way to keep your pet on his best behaviour, training 3. Resolve to make better bad
provides an excellent bonding opportunity and is a ton of fun for decisions;
your four-legged friend. Make sure to only train positively (stay
away from dominance-based approaches) and you’ll have your 4. Stop asking ridiculous questions
pet rolling over in no time; of Siri;

5. Come up with a better password for
any electronic device or on-line shopping
site than “Password” or “Hello”;

6. Resolve to: Option A - lose weight,
or, Option B - buy bigger jeans;

7. Stop texting and using a mobile phone
whist driving ( That’s probably option 1
as well);

8. Do one act of kindness each day
and change 365 lives;

9. Accomplish the goals of 2014 which
you should have done in 2013 because
you promised them in 2012 and planned
in 2011;

10. Replace fear of the unknown with
curiosity.

DOGGY DAY SPA

“ Do it yourself ”

www.pawsonthecoast.com.au

JANUARY 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

BY JANICE MARTIN

This month we have in focus two very special little dogs called Yukki and Rossco. They have been featured in past
editions but these two sweet natured dogs are still waiting patiently for their forever homes. Yukki and Rossco are
similar in many ways with their reserved and gentle dispositions and can often be found curled up together having a
nap. On first meeting they may seem timid or shy but with patience, love and security they would each bring love
and loyalty to their forever homes and have waited far too long. Each dog needs a place to call home and a family to
love. Their humans will see them transform into happy and bright dogs, full of life, personality, affection and love.

ROSSCO Jack Russell x 6yrs 6kgs Male YUKKI Mini Foxy x 3yrs 4.3kgs Male

Rossco is very affectionate and loves nothing better Yukki is a very timid and gentle boy lacking in self
than snuggling up to his human, his head burying into confidence. But with his own human family his
your neck. He can take as much snuggle time as you personality would not take long to grow. He is an
are willing to give! Rossco is a busy little dog, finding affectionate little dog with a such sweet face and
things to keep himself amused such as chasing a demeanour. He certainly melts my heart! Given half
shadow, a butterfly, a noisy bird etc, but rarely barks. a chance Yukki loves to chase the water from a hose
He would be happy to have a garden where he can almost completing a marathon with his running to
stretch those long legs of his as well as a daily walk. and fro. Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Macy girl,
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha.” who was so very special!” Susan Dorahy

“ Hoping that the new year brings each dog a place to call home and a human family to love! ” Janice

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Patch Arty Ember Patch B/Collie x Cattle1yr
17kgs Male Sponsor:“In
Truffle Rex loving memory of Rusty &
Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
Aladdin
Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs
Sparkle Angus 6kgs Male Sponsor: “Happy
New Year!” Marg Iveson
Tabitha
Ember Kelpie x Shepherd
Turtle Spike 1yr 18kgs Female Sponsor:
Rosemarie, Monica & Justine
Jax
Truffle Sheltie x 8yrs
6.6kgs Male Sponsor:
“ Happy New Year!” with
love, Tilly, Jasper & Karen

Rex Schnauzer x Terrier
1yr 9-10kgs Male
Sponsor:“I’m on the trail of a
forever home!” Lyb Semple

Aladdin Jack Russell x
2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:
“Just ’cause you’re such a
good boy!” Jane & Romeo

Sparkle Wiry Terrier 4yrs
5kgs Female Sponsor: The
students at the Sydney
School of English

Angus Aussie Terrier x
5yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:
Happy New year with love
from Lesley Cansdell

Tabitha Labrador x B/Collie
2yrs Female Sponsor: “In
loving memory of Sam &
Jess!” Sara Dyer

Turtle Labrador x 2yrs
Male Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Roger, Rover
& Ross!” Elizabeth

Spike Wiry Terrier 1yr
Male Sponsor: “ Big hugs
to a sweet boy!” from Gail
& Nelson

Jax Labrador x Border
Collie 2yrs 17.5kgs Male
Sponsor: “A faithful friend
forever!” Wendy McCathie

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RESOLUTION 2016 - GIVE A DOG A HOME!

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1. Button Wir y Terr ier x 8yr s 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Pebbles!” Happy New Year, Sigrid Lublow

2. Nell West Highland x 8yr s 8kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
3. Ber yl Chihuahua x Corgi 5yr s 9kgs Female Sponsor: “Wishing you a Happy New Year! ” from Jane & Romeo
4. Roxy Staffy x 5yr s 26kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Jessica!” Honey, Bonnie & Marti their Mum

5. Dodger Mini Foxy x 5yr s 6kgs Male Sponsor:“A forever home for Christmas!” Janelle Wooldridge
6. Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy 8yr s Female Special needs. Sponsor:“A gift from our beloved Maxwell!” Robert & Chris
7. Dezzy Maltese x Shih Tzu 3yr s 5.6kgs Male Sponsor: “To find the forever home you deserve!” Ros Hadley
8. Br yson Jack Russell x 2yr s 6.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ In memory of our Ebony!” Melissa, Honey & Charlotte

9. Fr anzinaTerr ier x 7-8yr s 5.2kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my f riend Salvatore (Sam).” Ant oinette
10. Bar nabyFoxy x Cattle Dog 11yr s 8kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of my little Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison
11. Penny Gr eat Dane x Shepherd 1yr 30kgs Female Sponsor: “ Wishing you a Happy New Y ear! ” Lisa Suters

12. Mar bles Foxy x Chihuahua 5yr s 5kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our boy Ricky!” Malki & Chandra

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GIVE HUSK SOMETHING TO

Sponsor: “In loving CELEBRATE IN 2016!

memory of Fantasia!”
Emma Curtin

BACKGROUND: Husk came to us as a stray through minimises the risk. We alsox -rayed his back and found 2
a vet clinic. His conditionwas terrible and he was discs that are collapsing. He is now on pain
considered a euthanasia case by the vets. He is middle management to make him feel more comfortable. Husk
aged, blind and deaf. When he was bathed by a is enjoying cookedchicken and ricewith broth and slowly
volunteer there was a pool of blood in the sink from we are putting weight on him. Husk has a fluffy coat and
all the flea infestation. He felt so much better after the weighs 5.1kg. He loves a little cuddle and being patted.
bath! No more biting insects! The nex t hurdle was a
dental. WHAT WE NEED YOU TO DO: Neglected Husk needs
YOUR Help! Can you help to donate towards the costs of
Once we put some weight onto him, we could consider, Husk's vet bills? Husk has suffered enough. It is time to
a dental. His mouth was putrid resulting from years of get better so Husk's lifelong wounds can start healing.
neglect. We had to ex tract all his teeth. It was a big We are also looking for a compassionate family who
ordeal, being kept on fluids before, during and would like to give him a permanent home. Can you help?
post-surgery. It is more ex pensive to do this, but it

HOW TO DONATE
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LAST MONTH’S FEATURED PET “JOAN OF ARC”…
Staffy x 18mths Female

Joan of Arc has already ex perienced so much suffering.
Joan has demodectic mange which we have started to
treat. It is a slow process and nothing replaces diligence
and care and lots of vet visits. She is gradually feeling
better and enjoying her life at DoggieRescue while she
waits to meet her forever family. She is such a sweet,
brave girl.

Sponsor: “To help you start a brand new life in 2016!”
Happy New year from Desi Hendrawen

Everyday hero……https://give.ever ydayher o.com/au/joan-of-arc-the-br ave-staffy

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A CHRISTMAS GIFT

THAT KEEPS ON GIVING ALL YEAR LONG!!!

It was an amazingly creative idea from Convert Advertising a company who not only wanted to thank their clients at
Christmas time with a gift but also wanted that gift to be as special as their clients were. Twelve dogs from Doggie
Rescue were painstakingly matched to each ‘client’ sponsor in what must be truly called “ A GIFT OF LIFE ”.
• Convert Advertising decided that this year they would use their budget for Christmas cards and gifts to

match their key clients up with the “perfect” rescue dog at Monika’s DoggieRescue.
• Each client received a 12 month sponsorship of a rescue dog carefully matched in name,

looks and personality.
• Important clients received an appreciated gift,

the Agency received kudos for a creative and
carefully thought out present and Monika’s
DoggieRescue received a years sponsorship
and important funds for each of the dogs
• 12 dogs were selected from the pool available
• Individual Christmas cards were created from
a photograph the advertising agency had on
hand for the clients and photographs of the
dogs from Monika’s DoggieRescue.
• Soft toy dogs were sourced from toy
stores around Australia to match up to the
Sponsor dogs and delivered with
Christmas cards to clients desks.
Some of the responses were: Thank you so much guys! Such a great idea I would love to go down and meet Angel
- what a fitting name, if I say so myself… ;) Fantastic guys, still got a smile on my dial. Can’t wait for you to kiss my
mutt J. Love the idea of taking all our little friends for a walk. Can’t guarantee I won’t cry though at the thought of
leaving them behind. Just LOVED the Xmas surprises. Can only imagine how much fun you had deciding on which
dog was the best match for each person. Thank you so much!!! Brought a tear to my eye.

“What an amazing gift!!!!! So clever -- and makes you laugh. It will be a talking point in the office all year! Thank you
Convert Advertising, our dogs are very lucky to be recipients of this wonderful gift.” Monika

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SPONSOR & DOG LOOK-A-LIKE GIFTS!

Fletcher Foxy x 12mths 5.4kgs Male Daisy English Staffy x 6yrs Female
Sponsor: Tyerell Allen Sponsor: Darren Needham-Walker
Pudding Aussie Terrier x Corgi 8yrs Male Goliath Chihuahua 10yrs 1.9kgs Male
Sponsor: “Hoping 2016 isn’t too RUFF!”Andrew Larke Sponsor: Mike Jamieson
Muffin Pomeranian x 4yrs 6.1kgs Male Peanut Foxy x 4.1kgs Male Sponsor: Jodie Finch
Sponsor: Kylie Gray Rudolph Mini Foxy x Chihuahua x 8yrs 5.9kgs Male
Angel English Staffy 2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: Erin Kramer – German x Danish Australian,
Sponsor: “ Wishing you lots of luck!” Lucy Hortense female, 34, blonde, green eyes
Belle Kelpie x 6yrs Female Rusty Maltese x Silky x Poodle 1yr 6kgs Male
Sponsor: Susan Gerber Sponsor: Erin Salmon
Bruce Mini Pinscher 11yrs 9.6kgs Male Sponsor: Super Mario Mini Foxy x Chihuahua 1yr 5kgs Male
“Love & luck being sent your way!” Convert Advertising Sponsor: “Hope you find a home!” Convert Advertising

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Featuring star ex DR doggie Chippy

Must love dogs Hi Fans, CHIPPY

I need a friend Christmas is over for another year and
to play with... I’m feeling...FAT!!! Mum did not see
me sneaking under the Christmas table. Mum
did not see Uncle Ben giving me loads of yummy stuff. Mum
did not see Nanna letting me lick her plate. Mum missed
heaps!!!!

I need EXERCISE!!!! Do you take your doggie ‘round the block
each day for his walk? You do...that’s great but…same old—
same old. BORING! Been there before & SEEN that, been
there before & SMELT that, been there & WEED on that…

My New Year’s resolution is to get Mum
or Dad to take me somewhere different. I
crave NEW scents, sounds and scenery.

Dad could walk our route blind
folded! I wish we could go HIKING
or to a DIFFERENT PARK or even
to the BEACH or just down a street
we have never been before.

Lil Chrissy Staffy x Boxer 16kws Female I’d like to meet NEW doggies, wee
Sponsor:“ Wishing you a Happy New Year!” on different TREES, SNIFF loads of
Lots of love from Lochie, Melinda & Brett stuff I have not smelt before. I crave
VARIETY… And so does YOUR
DOGGIE!!!! Make this the year that
you too do something different with
your BORED best friend.

C/u...Chips

One little white doggie, two little white doggies, three little white doggies — then there was FOUR...

Eggnog Pomeranian x 3yrs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck to start a brand new year!” P. Tew
Doc Maltese x 12yrs 5.2kgs Blind. Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of our dear little Sammy!” Fred & Teena Wratten
Tyson Maltese x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our rescue dog Penny!” Stephanie
Wiggles Maltese x 4yrs 4.5kgs Male Sponsor: “Our ex DR doggie Woody’s way of saying thanks!” Tracy Fay

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THESE GIRLS FOR MORE PICS CLICK HERE
ARE STARS!!!

In December four
Year 9 students from
Greystanes High
School ( pic with Luci )
visited DoggieRescue’s
shelter to present us with
a cheque for $450 which
the school won in the Be
Kind to Animals Schools
Competition.

Dudley’s
‘gotcha’ day!

MEET MY DOG time we get his lead out he jumps as high as me!
After a hard day of playing, Dudley loves to cuddle up
By Tom aged 8 with us on the couch and get a tummy rub! Even when I
am sleeping, Dudley comes to check on me every night
My name is Thomas and this is my best friend Dudley. to make sure I am ok…
We adopted Dudley in August but he has settled in so
well it feels like he has lived with us for years! Dudley In the new year, we are going to teach Dudley some
loves cuddles, chasing tennis balls, and chewing on his new tricks - he is very good at sitting on command -
toy pigs, and my socks! But Dudley's most favourite especially if he knows there is a treat coming!! Tom
thing is going for walks and a play in the park - every

Five little white doggies, six little white doggies, seven little white doggies — then ONE MORE!!!

Neville Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear Connor & Polly!” from The Browns
Leo Maltese x 3yrs 5.4kgs Male Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good luck & a very Happy New Year!” P.Tew
Cupid Maltese x 12yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “A loving forever family is coming really soon!” Lesley Cansdell
Woody Maltese x Poodle 6yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor:“Wishing you very good luck & a Happy New Year” from P. Tew

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Hey Monika,

This is Fidget's first day of his new
and forever home/life. We went to
Cutty's Beach in Vaucluse where
there were lots of dogs running
around and swimming. Fidget went
into the water, he wasn't too happy
but he swam back to shore without
any problems and then ran riot on
the beach and in the sand.

Something about getting wet and
drying off that sends him into a
frenzy.....lol We've had lots of
cuddles and lots of walks to the
doggie park nearby and I've slowly
let him off the leash for a short
period and he has returned to me
when I call him, I know he still
needs to learn who his Daddy is.

I can't thank you enough for letting
me adopt wee Fidget and letting us
both have an awesome life
together with lots of love, snuggles
and adventures to be had. I will
keep you all posted and send you
some pics of Fidget's outings and
travel adventures.

Thanks again to you and all your
staff not only for little Fidget but for
all the dogs that you care for, what
a Saint you really are.
Much love and admiration,
Paul and Fidget.

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Summer is here…
Long, warm, lazy days.

Sun, surf, sand
and someone to love you!!!
But for a homeless doggie—
This is something they only dream about.

BLAZE: “ If only I could SAFFY: “ I’d daintily splish TOMMY: “ I’d swim, dig, run YODA: “I’d love to relax,

run fast on the wet sand!” & splash to keep cool!” & play - can we go today?” have a cuddle & a snooze!”

TERRY: “ Why I’d sniff & RILEY: “ I’d chase sticks & DORIAN: “ What fun to roll TETLEY: “ Could my tennis
wee, then chase the gulls!” play with the other dogs!” & roll & roll in the sand!” ball come to the beach too?”

Blaze Cattle x Staffy 2yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my precious boy Sam!” Valerie Rodgers
Saffy Maltese x 8yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my ex DR dog Crunchie!” Cathy Beer
Tommy Mini Foxy x 1yr 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of dear little Minnie!” Marika Camilleri
Yoda Poodle x Shih Tzu x Boston Terrier 4yrs Male Sponsor:“With lots of love!”The Neutral Bay School of Dance
Terry Australian Terrier x 6yrs 5.2kgs Male Sponsor:“To help him find a home as loving as Napoleons!” Jackson
Riley Foxy x 6yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty, Tasha & Sam, who were special!” Robert Nauta
Dorian Pomeranian x Chihuahua 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Sheba!” Louise Dowd
Tetley Mini Foxy x 8yrs 4kgs Male Sponsor: “ With lots of love & hugs from Gunter & family!” Rhonda & Brett

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“ Tony’s home is really well Banjo
suited to him as I am at & his toys
home all day most days. I am
81 years old now so we are Benny is
both in our twilight years. so loved….
God bless you all for the
work you do!” Tony’s Mum

FAMILIAR FACES-

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Catching up with some ex DR favourites!!!

FIGARO ( NOW CALLED TONY ) AND HIS MUM

Hello all at Monika’s,

Last year we adopted “FIGARO” an 11 year old Tenterfield
Terrier as a senior companion for Mum. It was a match made
in heaven!!! They are inseparable and Mum has not been in
hospital or ‘down’ since. She walks him at least twice a day
and talks to him all day long. Mum called him “Tony” and
they love to sit on the veranda in the sun together. Thank you
DoggieRescue - you guys are AWESOME!!! Jenny Berger

HOLLYWOOD HOMER LESLIE

Hi Monika,

Just an update on how I have settled back into
Sydney after my 3 years in America. I met some
nice dogs over there ( none as good looking as me
though ), and one very nasty coyote! I didn't love
being in quarantine but that’s the only way they
would let me back in! I’ve been with my "peoples" for
nearly 10 years and I'm so happy.

XXXX Homer

PS: Did you know that I can smile on command? I
would send you a video if I could only figure out how
to work the camera. LOL

Homer living the good life!

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Budweiser Paco &
on his 13th Mum
birthday in Cindy
December relaxing

Pictured is ex DR doggie Alfie
and all his buddies on a road
trip. Living life to the max!!!!

Frankie the chocolate lover FRANKIE HANCOCK

He’s been to the UK, back to Australia Bobby
and back to the UK again. He has gone enjoying a
grey (think George Clooney), is rather puppacino
deaf, has a heart murmur, cost us a
fortune in avoidable vet bills because of
his love of chocolate and his ability to
steal it! Thank you for pairing us up with
him and for the work that you do to give
dogs a second chance. Ian & Caroline

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ARE YOU SPENDING NEW YEAR ALL ALONE?

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9 10 11 12

1. Charlie Mini Pinscher x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ My fingers are crossed for a forever home this month!” Meaghan
2. Milo Foxy x 10-12mths 4.7kgs Male Sponsor:“ Good luck finding a kind family to love you 4ever!” Will Gorman
3. Missy Wiry Terrier 2yrs 7.5kgs Female Sponsor: Happy New Year with lots of love from Breanna
4. Dahlia Foxy x 11mths 4.9kgs Female Sponsor: “ For Emma, Jesse & Mary!” with love from Uncle Sam
5. Chuck Jack Russell x 4yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
6. Pesto Cattle Dog x Jack Russell 9yrs 11.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ From our family of 2 dogs!” Lisa & Greg Doutty
7. Crash Bandicoot Pomeranian x 2yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor:“Happy Christmas!” from Jane & Romeo
8. Andy Rottweiler x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ For all my precious dogs -Suzie, Annabel & Mitzi!” Maureen Edwards
9. Harry Terrier x 6yrs 5.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ To give you a better chance of finding a 4ever home!” Joan & John
10. Nikita Corgi x Sheltie 8yrs 9.8kgs Female Sponsor: “ A loving home is coming very soon!” Tony Suters
11. Lily Chihuahua x 3yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Iceberg!” Henny Sim
12. Squirtle Jack Russell x 3-4yrs 5.6kgs Male Sponsor:“Hope you find a special family soon!” Rachel & Andrew

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WHY NOT ADOPT A NEW BEST FRIEND?

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9 10 11 12
1. Taree Cattle x Dingo 2yrs 14.7kgs Female Sponsor: With love from Ruby & Pompey!” John Kinninmont
2. Cole Border Terrier x 4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “He needs kindness, love and a little time!” Janice, Volunteer
3. Joey Kelpie x Foxy 5yrs 8.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our girl Lily Biesler! ” Greg & Amy
4. Mr.Spok Mini Foxy 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
5. Antonio Foxy x Kelpie 3yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “For the lovely Lily & the joyous Jenna!” Lisa Kane
6. Cookie 3 Italian Greyhound x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Tia & Ian!” Kathryn, Paul & Muffin
7. Jaxson Spaniel x Spitz 9yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ A loving home is coming very soon!” from Jody Redler
8. Dusty Kelpie x Corgi 3yrs 10.8kgs Male Sponsor:“ For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
9. Gypsy Shepherd x Kelpie x 2yrs 18.2kgs Female Sponsor: “Best wishes for a loving home!” Freddie Martin
10. Bessie B/ Collie x Husky 6yrs 19.5kgs Female Sponsor: With lots of love from Shona & Narice
11. Pippa Jack Russell x 4yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor: “ She’d make a faithful forever friend!” Claire & Michael
12. Skyla Pointer x 1yr 22kgs Female Sponsor: “Merry Christmas!” Kezi, Sherry & Spot Trafford

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Judith Tenterfield Terrier Marge Chihuahua x 15yrs Faith Westie x 13yrs Lavender Foxy x 11yrs
12yrs Female Sponsor: 4kgs Female Sponsor:“In 4.2kgs Female Sponsor: 6.2kgs Female Sponsor:
“ Sending love from Jamie loving memory of Connor “In loving memory of Bill & “A sweetie who melts your
& Rosie!” Pat Broderick & Polly!” The Browns Brittany!” Doreen Watkins heart!” Kylee-Jan Ervine

Marina Foxy x 14yrs Celene Maltese x Mini Nina Foxy x 10yrs Female Winston Foxy x 8yrs
Female Sponsor:“In loving Foxy 10yrs 4.1kgs Female Sponsor:“Wishing you Male Sponsor: “ On behalf
memory of Penny & Lucy!” Celene is blind Sponsor: health & happiness!” of our sweet Josie!” Happy
Hannah “ Wishing you luck!” Sylvia Kendalle, Guy & Finn New Year from Liz May

Barry Corgi x 7yrs Coconut West Highland x Igor Maltese x Jack Ralph Maltese x 12yrs
16.5kgs Male Sponsor: 11yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: Russell 10yrs Male 6.2kgs Male Sponsor:
“For our Rainbow Bridge “It will be a lucky family who Sponsor: “Sending love & “ Wishing you very good
Mob!” Colleen & Ron get you!” Rachel & Andrew hugs!” Jane & her fur kids luck in 2016!” P. Tew

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LOOKING FOR A ‘PAWFECT’ WAY TO
START THE NEW YEAR?

Support a Golden Oldie Doggie this Holiday Season!

We are caring for over 50 dogs who are older than 10 years of age. All these doggies have only one wish ...they
don’t ask for much…they don’t want any gifts, a holiday abroad or fancy dinners…all they want and need is LOVE! It
would only take 53 compassionate families and their dreams would be fulfilled. Please help by spreading the word.

Dottie
( below )
with
friends
Winkle &
Nash

Heinz Terrier x 14yrs Male Where’s my
Sponsor: “ A forever home is soul mate?
coming!” Susan Cassidy

Claude Poodle x 10yrs 7kgs CLICK Dottie Mini Foxy x
Male Sponsor: “A gift from our HERE 10yrs 6kgs Female
beloved Markey!” Robert & Chris Sponsor:“In loving
memory of Curtis!”
Lee McKerracher

For more information click on http://www.doggierescue.com/adoptadog_golden_oldies.htm
Unfortunately very often our older doggie residents suffer from age related diseases and it is costing Monika's
Doggie Rescue tens of thousands of dollars each year to give them the best vet care, home-made meals of chicken
& rice and air-conditioned/heated rooms for bed time:).

A contribution of $59 pays for food, shelter and veterinary costs during the New Year holiday
period. Thank you! https://hub.benojo.com/campaigns/5673741fbfb9551100afaa47

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FEATURING 12 DESERVING DOGGIES

ADOPT A FAMILY!!!

CLICK
HERE

Fennel Chihuahua x Mini Foxy 6mths Male & Spice Kylie Jack Russell x 8yrs 5.5kgs Female & Dannii
Mini Foxy x Chihuahua 2yrs Female ( mother & son ) ( bonded sisters) Jack Russell x 8yrs 3.9kgs
Sponsors: Linda, Pat & Pee Wee & remembering Female Sponsors:“ With love & tail wags!” Lopez (ex
Robbie & “A loving forever home soon!” Patsy Wills DR dog), Chilli & Tess & Sending love from Martha

Jenny Maltese x Lhasa Apso 8yrs 5.3kgs Female & Angelique Mini Foxy x 6yrs 3kgs Female & Bert
Humphrey Lhasa Apso x 6yrs 7.2kgs (bonded pair) Chihuahua x 10yrs 7kgs Male ( bonded pair )
Sponsor: “ This is for Sam & in loving memory of ex Sponsors: “ In loving memory of Frankie!” Abel Coelho
DR doggie Ted!” Alsion Skinner & “Sending you love in 2016! ” Ruth Wall

Fauna Foxy x 3yrs & Flora Aussie Terrier x 9yrs Kim (daughter) Jack Russell x 9yrs 6kgs Female &
Females (bonded pair) Sponsors: “ For Annabel, Suzie Kath (mother) Jack Russell x 11yrs 5.2kgs Female
& Mitzie!” Maureen & “ Flora, what a happy bundle of Sponsors:“In loving memory of Evie & Poppy & for
energy!” Yvonne, Marina and Jef, Easy Social Media Sam!” Brenda Harris & With love from Lesley Cansdell

DoggieRescue has over 200 homeless doggies available for adoption from puppies of 5mths
through to 17 years. If you cannot commit to adoption- perhaps FOSTER CARE? Please help!

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“ MARLEY DOWLING ”

Happily the centre of her Mum & Dad’s
world with her ex DR sisters Gidget &

Gemma ( pictured )

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be - no-one else. I love my life. If I impersonated a famous star I’d be - well it’s not
I am so happy my tail rarely stops wagging. really a movie star but I came to live with my mum and
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be - on bike dad during the London Olympics and there was an
riders who ride on the footpath and scare us. athlete called Dee Dee Trotter and she had long legs.
I often wonder - what other tricks I will learn and if I I would LOVE to have long legs!
will get more letters after my name. My favourite place in the world is - anywhere that
When I heard I was to star in DoggieRescue my Mum is.
magazine I – felt happy & proud I could share my story. My greatest achievement is – getting my Rally
My relationship with other dogs is – pretty good but Novice Title and coming FIRST in one of my trials. I
I’d rather be with my Mum than other dogs. am officially now known as MARLEY RN but my Dad
I have made a difference to my family’s life says RN must stand for really naughty.
because - I make them laugh a lot. My nicknames are - Dee Dee and Minnie Marl
My tail wags most when- my Mum smiles at me, which To all those dogs waiting in pounds I say – the right
is nearly always. Actually, Mum says my tail wags so person to love you hasn’t come yet but it WILL happen. I
much I should have a ‘wag counter’. am glad I waited, ‘cause I am loved SOOOO much.
I hate to whine but- Gemma and Gidget (ex DR sisters) My family says I have taught them to – live in the
sometimes make me yap too much and I am told I am moment and remind them to smile.
too noisy. It’s not MY fault. On New Year’s Day I’ll celebrate by- sleeping because
My yappiest moments are- waiting for my dinner even all those scary fire works will have kept me awake!!!
though I do get breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. My New Year’s resolution is- to be even more clever
The food that makes me drool is - just absolutely than I already am because as my Mum teaches me new
everything. I love to eat! things I get even more yummy treats and cuddles.

34 JANUARY 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE News & gossip
direct from the
Hi, dog’s mouth...
I just wanted to let you know that
my niece - Karen Zaunscherb ( forever
parent to Pugsly (pictured below) ,
along with Sean Thomson) requested that
people donate to a charity in lieu of sending
her gifts. My mother, her Grandmother Ann
Reid, selected Monika's DoggieRescue, and
asked me to donate $50.00 for her on-line. My
Mum just wanted you to know that it was
Karen's Christmas present. Carol.

The great people at Busways help support Doggie Rescue
and have recently donated $393.00 which was raised
through sale of their coffees. Thank you team Busways:)

SMILE of the month...

MY CHRISTMAS
WISH CAME TRUE!

“ CUDDLES WITH TEDDY! ” SANTA BROUGHT LONG TERM DOGGIE PERRY A VERY
SPECIAL PRESENT THIS YEAR— A FOSTER HOME!!!!
Buttercup Foxy 11yrs Female Sponsor: With
lots of love from the 4 Kane Kitties Perry Maltese x 10yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory
of our beautiful girl Edie!” Mary Jean Scroope

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When CHARLIE
married BENTLEY

OUR NEW GLAMOUR COUPLE...

Peaches Maltese x Shih Tzu 8-9yrs & Cream Maltese x

9-10 yrs Females. A bonded pair. Sponsors: “In loving

memory of Scamp!” Joey, Lily & Helen & “ Now you have WOW! More pics click here
a sponsor family you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse

Hi there, You’d be forgiven for dismissing news that
Sydney’s first official inter-species marriage
I have entered a team into the between a feline & a canine might be another
SunFun fun run on the Northern lavish & somewhat ridiculous misuse of funds
Beaches and we have decided to as reported by the tabloids.
raise awareness and money for
Monikas DoggieRescue shelter. Yet when Cadman’s Cottage & Billich
We have even names our team Gallery staged the exclusive nuptials of
'Pawsitive Steps' & have entered Charlie & Bentley in December it was,
the team as an 'Everyday Hero' to raise money for Doggie according to respective mothers of the ‘bride
Rescue https://coleclassic2016.everydayhero.com/au/sarah-1 and groom’, Christa Billich and Amana Hart, a
celebration for a very worthy cause. After the
HISS & SPIT AWARD!!! ceremony the pair, flanked by the newlyweds
made their way to DoggieRescue to present
To overcome prejudice & cheques in excess of $12,000 to Monika who
show that FIV positive cats says “I can’t thank everyone enough for the
make great pets too!!! money raised! It will make such a difference
in how we can help the dogs.”
Tuesday Domestic Shorthair
1yr Female FIV+ Sponsor: FULL STORY AT: http://thebigsmoke.com.au/
Lesley Cansdell, with love. 2015/12/14/crazy-cause-tail-wedding/

FACEBOOK DARLING… The very brave GILES
Join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

“ Giles is more than half way through his chemo program and doing so well. His
white cell count is up, his cancer is in remission AND he has put on weight! You
could not ask for more. Well done Giles, I am proud of you!” Monika

Giles Aussie Terrier x Chinese Crested 8yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Hey CLICK
Giles, well done mate! Keep your tail wagging!” George Coleman Star doggie. HERE

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WE ARE ALL OVER 10 AND READY TO LOVE AGAIN!

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❤1. Monte Maltese x 12yr s Male Sponsor: With ex DR doggie Jerry, Lucy & humans Maya & Willie
2. Cleveland Corgi x Cattle 10yr s 12kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena

3. Kate Foxy x 12yr s 8.2kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear little Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

4. Papi Maltese x 12yr s 6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of all my woofs!” Susan Carovigno

5. Piper Foxy x Pug 12yr s 10.6kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” B renda Harris

6. Bobby Maltese x 15yr s 7.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

7. Toto Wir y Terr ier x 10yr s 12kgs Male Sponsor:“From ex DR doggies Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine

8. Colonel Jack Russell x 10yr s 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from [email protected]

9. Mer lin Maltese x 15yr s Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of dear Jakkson & Jack! ” Gina Carovigno

10. Jane Foxy x Pug 15yr s 11kgsFemale Sponsor:“ I’d adopt her in a heartbeat - she’s divine!” Barbara Holdsworth

11. Mar io Mini Foxy x 10yr s 5.3kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of my husband Les!” Nore en

12. Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yr s Female Sponsor:“In memory of Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy

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9 10 11 12
1. Sylvester Mini Foxy x 8yrs Male Sponsor:“He would be perfect for anyone with a heart!” Beth
2. Floppy Maltese x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Elle!” Happy New Year from Bill & Joan Collins
3. Spud Foxy x 3yrs 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ To help you start your new life with a forever family!” Desi Hendrawen
4. Jim Mini Foxy x Italian Greyhound 9yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear Elle!” Malki & Chandra
5. Harold Terrier 10yrs 6.7kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear little Elle!” Joan & Bill Collins
6. Lancelot Siberian x Collie 6yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Otto & ex DR dog Rohan!” Gail
7. Rodney English Staffy x 8yrs 20.8kgs Male Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you are such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo
8. Siska English Staffy x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
9. Bailey Jack Russell x Pug 1yr 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ It’s in giving that we receive!” Royce Milmlow
10. Pedro Jack Russell x 12yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: From the Students at the Sydney School of English
11. Mr. Magoo Mini Foxy x 7-8yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory our precious Heidi & Libby!”Judith Lynch
12. Shortcake Staffy x Cattle Dog 2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: Happy New Year from Nicole Van du Gard

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Featuring Dr. Cheddar T/Terr ier
Deidre Clack
from... 8yr s 6kgs Male
Sponsor: Love
The Cottage from Kerry Woods
Animal Hospital
16 Ross St,
PARRAM AT T A.
NSW. 2150

Ph: 9890 7220

www.thecottag eanimalhositpal.com

On a hot day Cheddar loves to play in his pool at the shelter

TOP TIPS 1. HYDRATION: 2. SHADE: If your pet is

TO SURVIVE A SIZZLING Pets can get dehydrated going to be outside in the heat for
very quickly, so you’ll want any period, make sure that t hey
SUMMER! to make plenty of fresh, have access to a completely
clean water available to
Make sure that your pet survives the them. A good idea is to fill shaded area and not left in a fully
summer heat and hazards and enjoys a couple buckets ( less concreted yard. Heat stress can
the wonderful season that is summer! easily knocked over ) and affect your dog pretty quickly soif
leave them in shaded
By enclosing possible keep your dog or cat
your balcony spots in the backyard. indoors when the temperature
with mesh you climbs to 35 degrees or above.
can make an
area where 3. HIGH RISE
your cat can
get the cool SYNDROME: During the
breezes and warmer months of the year,
you can relax thanks to a phenomenon
knowing they known as Feline High Rise
are safe from Syndrome, cats trying to find
all harm. a cool spot to lay in routinely
fall from open windows and
balconies, often necessitating
a trip to an emergency
veterinary clinic. Tragically,
falls often result in shattered
jaws, punctured lungs, broken

limbs—and even death.

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4. HEAT: Be mindful of 5. POISONS: Many commonly used fertilizers, pesticides and
herbicides are loaded with chemicals that can prove tox ic to pets. Same
certains breeds. If your pet is goes for rodent bait. Don't allow your dog or cat access to areas of your
brachycephalic — or has a flat- garden, lawn, house or out buildings where chemicals have been used.
shaped face — like Pugs, Pekingese, Take the same precautions when walking your dog. Store all chemicals
Boston Terriers and Persian cats, they out of reach of your pet. Remember to keep citronella candles, oil
cannot pant as effectively and are products and insect coils out of your pet's reach as well.

more susceptible to heat stroke. Be 10: NEVER LEAVE YOUR DOG IN A HOT CAR
especially careful with breeds like
these in hot weather and keep plenty ON A 25 DEGREE DAY

of water on hand. Also it is advisable
to keep pets which are elderly,
overweight and have heart or lung

disease in air-conditioned rooms as
much as possible in the heat.

6. TICKS: 10.

Make sure you A CAR PARKED IN SHADE : 32 DEGREES
are using tick A CAR PARKED IN SUN: 71 DEGREES
prevention
It is NOT safe to leave your dog unattended in the car even if parked
products ( spot on in the shade with the windows rolled partly down - heat kills.
treatments,
chemical collars or oral medications )

appropriate t o your pet and check
them EVERY single DAY! You need to
run your fingers through your pet’s

hair, check between toes, in and
behind ears, especially around the
face and under the tail. The best possi-

ble advice is to avoid tick areas when
holidaying with your pets but if this is
not possible then the nex t best thing is

vigilance. If you find a tick on your pet
rather than trying to remove it yourself
the best thing is to take your pet to a

vet immediately because residual
poison could be left under the skin still
spreading tox ins. Call us if you need

advice on 9890-7220 and remember
that tick prevention saves lives.

7. TOXIC PLANTS: If 8. GROOMING: Brushing 9. WATER DANGER: Water fun
you'll be doing any planting to your pet removes dead under-
brighten up your home or yard, coat, helping air to circulate near can be a great way for pets and people to
before you stock up on seeds or the skin, keeping pets cooler. In play together and cool off, but just as
visit your local nursery, make the Summer months pets can get specific safety precautions must be
sure you know which plants, bitten by insects and end up with
flowers and greenery are moist dermatitis, a skin infection followedwhen children are near water,
toxic . While many of these but removing dead, matted hair similar precautions ex ist for pets. Never
plants are beautiful they can be by brushing helps skin stay drier. leave a dog unattended in a pool and

deadly if ingested by your pet. If you can brush your pet daily. make sure you train him how to get out
of the pool safely. If you cannot be there
to supervise then keep the gate closed.

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9 REASONS TO Pounds are full with
SAVE A RESCUE dumped Christmas
kittens who are now
You’re safe patiently waiting at
now... Blacktown Animal
Holding Facility…
CLICK HERE

SAVE A
LIFE

Monte & Is there any better
new Mum feeling than knowing
you changed the fate
of an abandoned pet? WAITING...

HELP US TO SAVE POUND CATS & KITTENS
MORE PRECIOUS
LIVES TODAY!!!

ADOPT AN ADULT CAT CLICK DoggieRescue saves Cats/
HERE Kittens directly from many of
We have many ‘Muma’ cats who come from the the pounds but to do this we
pounds with their babies who are adopted quickly have to have the space
but the mothers can wait many months before available to care for them.
they find their forever families.

FOR OUR AVAILABLE ADULTS — BY ADOPTING A CAT/
www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm KITTEN WAITING AT ONE
OF THE VETS LISTED ON
FOSTER A CAT! OUR WEBSITE YOU
MAKE ROOM FOR
ANOTHER TO BE SAVED!

Do you have room in your http://www.collaroyvet.com.au/ Goldie ( above ) is a
home & your heart for a cuddly cat? beautiful ginger
Collaroy Veterinary Services female waiting at
Can’t ADOPT then 1185 Pittwater Rd, Collaroy Vets for her
FOSTER!!!! COLLAROY. NSW. 2097 forever home...
Phone: (02 ) 9971 8487

If only I was
FOSTERED...

JAZZY is a beautiful black & white ‘Muma’ cat who
waits at The Cottage Animal Hospital for a home….

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Another amazing fact I need a
about cats is that they... home please!

HAVE A LONG LIFE SPAN! DISCOUNT
COST:)
If well cared for a cat should live at least
15 years. There are even records of cats When you adopt a
that lived to a ripe old age of 30 years! rescue cat/kitten they are
all desexed, vaccinated,
wormed & micro chipped at a
reduced rate which saves $$$$$$.

VET FRIENDS Cremorne Veterinary Hospital
has a very friendly and beautiful, tortoise
shell mum cat (Mumma) & her 5 babies

http://www.vetfriends.com.au/
Phone: (02) 9953 1090

COMPANIONSHIP

Cats make wonderful pets for senior people. They don’t Blacktown Animal Holding
have to be walked, bath themselves, are quiet, happy in a Facility CLICK HERE
small environment, housetrained and love to curl up and
be cuddled. Cats are also independent and happy to be left 4% CLAIMED Although unbelievable that
if the need arises for a few hours during the day. There are is the percentage of cats who return home from
just so many plusses in adopting a new ‘fur’ friend! pounds a year. During the years 2013-2014 the
total cats/kittens euthanized in pounds &
Cuddle me... RSPCA shelters was 17,237
Having a cat has been
attributed to lowering the Many, like Blacktown Animal Holding Facility
risk of heart disease and Imp.4944 IKEMI (above), were surrendered by
blood pressure. Plus, the their families with no thought to
mere act of stroking a cat their future or welfare.
for a few minutes has
been shown to release
“feel good” endorphins in
the brain.

For more information on CAT/KITTENS available please
see: http://www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm

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CAN YOU SAVE

TWENTY FOUR CATS & KITTENS ON DEATH ROW

EACH OF THESE PICTURES REPRESENTS A LOVING, FULL OF LIFE CAT ON DEATH ROW

Imp. 4711 ARI 6-12mths Imp. 4944 AKEMI 1-2yrs Imp. 5028 RHUMBA Imp. 5188 SIENNA 1-2yrs
Ginger/ Tabby Female Black Female
1-2yrs Tabby/White Male Torti/Tabby Female

Imp. 5293 STEPHANO Imp. 5138 TANGO Imp. 5275 CALIBAN Imp. 5190 BISTRE 0-12
1-2yrs Pale Ginger Male
6-12mths Black/White Male 0-12wks Silver Tabby Male wks Black/White Female

Imp. 5481 DESPINA 12wks Imp. 5468 CARPO Imp. 5211 ECRU Imp. 5406 HIMALIA
-6mths Black/White Female 12wks-6mths Tabby Male 1-2yrs Tabby Female 1-2yrs White Male

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JUST ONE LIFE!

BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING FACILITY http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline

DO YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES AND TURN THE PAGE QUICKLY….. OR DO YOU TRY TO HELP?

Imp. 4856 ALFFANSO Imp. 5227 COPPER Imp. 5151 KOLO 12wks- Imp. 4554 BALDRIC
4-6yrs Tabby Male 6-12mths Ginger Male 6mths White/Black Male 1-2yrs Tabby Male

Imp. 5096 CALYPSO 1-2 Imp. 5376 HARRIETT Imp. 5091 SALSA 4-6yrs Imp. 5467 THEBE 12wks-
yrs Ginger/Tabby Female
1-2yrs Torti/Tabby Female Tabby/White Female 6mths Black/White Male

Imp. 5224 SLATE Imp. 5478 STYX Imp. 5482 AEGEON 12wks Imp. 5212 CHARCOAL
1-2yrs Tabby Male 6-12mths Black Male -6mths Ginger/White Male 1-2yrs Black Male

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My family abandoned me 9 out of 10 people adopt a kitten.
but I’m not sure why.. Only 1 out of 10 adopts an adult cat.

They just could not keep me
so they said goodbye…

My time is running out and
I’m not sure how much
longer I can stay,

But my paws are crossed
that perhaps this day will

be my lucky day!

I rub my head upon my cage
and purr and purr away…

Oh, please will I find my
new family TODAY?

Meet TARVOS — Imp:5295 VIDEO CLICK HERE: https://www.facebook.com/
Cats-Friends-Of-Blacktown-Pound-194575430683295/
1-2yrs Sad & very gentle.
Ginger/White Male MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
ADOPT AN ADULT CAT
Ph: 9839-6161

WHERE: Blacktown’s Animal Holding Facility
415 Flushcombe Road, PROSPECT. NSW

WHEN: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am to 11:00 am

( Closed Public Holidays.)

COST: $140 - MALE/$160 - FEMALE (CATS UNDER 2YRS)
$110 - MALE/$130 - FEMALE (CATS 2 TO 6YRS)
$90 - MALE/$110 - FEMALE (CATS 7 + YRS)

BLACKTOWN ANIMAL HOLDING FACILITY
http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline/search

Phone: 9839-6161

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Imp: CCC surr Meet Icky & Skittles the
ICKY faces of Christmas 2015

Imp: CCC surr The Christmas and New Year
SKITTLES holiday season is the very worst
at times in the pounds.

With so many abandoned,
unwanted, dumped cats and
kittens happy endings are hard
to find but the pound staff
struggle on and keep hoping..

This time of the year Rescue
Groups are also inundated with
pleas for help but most are
already full.

Our featured pair, Icky a
Domestic Tabby/White cat
about 12 months of age and her
bonded mate Skittles, a
Domestic Ginger/White female
about 5 years of age were sent
to the pound when their owner
went overseas. As surrenders
they have no holding period.

They spent their Christmas
disorientated and afraid,
waiting to go home….

CAN YOU HELP US TO
GIVE THEIR STORY A HAPPY

ENDING?

RENBURY FARM SHELTER

PHONE 9606 6116 http://www.renbury.com.au/cats/

Located at 402 Bringelly Road, AUSTRAL. 2179 Open 9am-4.30pm Monday—Friday
9am –3pm Saturday & 9.30am –3pm Sunday. CLOSED NEW YEARS DAY.

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CAN YOU SAVE

TWENTY FOUR CATS & KITTENS ON DEATH ROW

DON’T BLAME THE POUND, IT’S THE IRRESPONSIBLE OWNERS WHO ARE THE KILLERS HERE

Imp. 14893 BRODIE Adult Imp. 4099 MADDIE Imp. 3015 CADBURY Imp. 14836 MAGDA
Male Black/White Female 8wks Ginger/White Male Tabby/White Female

Imp. 3082 LIVIA Ginger/ Imp. Icc surr LEONARDO Imp. 5956 SAMMY + NEW Imp. 3068b BERTIE

White Female 2yrs Tabby Male BORN BABIES Female 9wks Tabby/White Male

Imp. 3084 MALAYSIA Imp. 3047b DARRELL Imp. 3054 KIT Imp. 5706 CAMMIE
Tabby Female PREGNANT 8wks Champagne Male Kitten Tabby Male 8wks Black Male

JANUARY 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 47

JUST ONE LIFE!

RENBURY FARM ANIMAL SHELTER http://www.renbury.com.au/cats/
THEIR LIFE IS MEASURED IN DAYS, HOURS...MINUTES. CAN YOU HELP?

Imp. 3001 PRESTEL & Imp. 5790 MARTIN Black/ Imp. CCC surr SKITTLES Imp.5753 WENDY &
BUBS Blue Torti Female White Male ADOPTED 5yrs Ginger/White Female BUBS Black Female

Imp. 3067 NAOMI & NEW- Imp. 3025 MONTY 8wks Imp. 3054a KAT Silver Imp. 6182 LEA 8wks
Female ADOPTED
BORN KITTEN Female Ginger/White Male blue/ White Female

Imp. surr CYREL 2yrs Blue Imp. 14888 JAPAN Imp. CCCsurr ICKY Imp. 3042 ROSS
Male Tabby Female
1yr Tabby/White Female 8wks Ginger Male

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ADOPT ME: KITTENS, BUNNIES & GUINEA PIGS

I love to It is a brand new year and these
snuggle... abandoned pets would like to
celebrate it in a loving, secure
VIDEO CLICK HERE forever home… If you are looking
for a new family member then Doggie
Rescue not only has dogs & puppies
available but also a variety of four
legged friends. Give us a call and find
the perfect pet for you!

Sarabi & her brother Mufasa are a
Persian x pair ( pic at left ) who are
very bonded want a home together.

For details on adopting or fostering please contact DoggieRescue on 9486-3133
Or see our full list of available pets at http://www.doggierescue.com

TURBO GUINEA PIG ZIPPY GUINEA PIG NUGGET BUNNY 1yr CARA KITTEN 10wks
12 wks Male Good
friends with Zippy 12wks Male Adopt with his Male Loveable boy needs tortoiseshell Female. Ph.

mate Turbo or separately! home. Vaccination cost. 9486-3133 for more details.

BAMBI BUNNY 1yr Male MILAN KITTEN 12wks SNOWFLAKE BUNNY 1yr WASHINGTON KITTEN
Female Sweet girl needs 8wks Male Ph.9890 7220
Loveable boy needs Male. Ph.9890 7220 for home. Vaccination cost. for more details

home. Vaccination cost. more details

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VETERINARY LOCALITY GUIDE

AFTER HOURS VETS INNER WEST

INNER SOUTH WEST CONCORD VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9743 1715
The Animal Referral Hospital Homebush 191 Concord Road, North Strathfield
250 Parramatta Road, Homebush
9758 8666

NORTHWES T 9639 7744 DRUMMOYNE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9719 2149
The Animal Referral Hospital Baulkham Hills 194 Lyons Rd, Drummoyne 9747 3999
19 Old Northern Rd Baulkham Hills
ENFIELD VETERINARY HOSPITAL
NORTH - SASH - Small Animal Specialist Hospital 94 Coronation Pde, Enfield

Level 1, 1 Richardson Place, North Ryde 9889 0289 ALL NATURAL VET CARE
292 Lyons Rd, Russell Lea
24 Hour Emergency Service www.sashvets.com 9712 5844

AUBURN— EARLWOOD— PARRAMATTA MOSMAN—MANLY—THE BEACHES

AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9649 6333 COLLAROY PLATEAU VET CLINIC 9982 9439
107a Park Rd, Auburn 24A Aubreen St, Collaroy Plateau

EARLWOOD ANIMAL HOSPITAL 9718 5235 COLLAROY VETERINARY SERVICES 9971 8487
213 Bexley Rd, Earlwood
1185 Pittwater Rd, Collaroy 24hr Emergency Service
ANIMAL ORTHOPAEDIC SPECIALISTS
557 Church St, North Parramatta 9683 3177 CREMORNE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9953 1090
104 Spofforth St, Cremorne
PARRAMATTA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
100 Grose St, Parramatta 9630 5520 ELANORA VETERINARY CLINIC
53 Kalang Rd, Elanora Heights
THE COTTAGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL (50% owned by DR ) 9970 6647

16 Ross Street, Parramatta 9890 7220 MOSMAN VETERINARY CLINIC
8 Canrobert St, Mosman
www.cottageanimalhospital.com.au 9960 2856

BEROWRA— HORNSBY— ST IVES NORTH SHORE

ASQUITH/HORNSBY VETERINARY CLINIC 9477 1349 GORDON VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9498 3000
305 Pacific Hwy, Asquith 9983 9494
19 Ryde Road, Pymble www.gordonvet.com.au
ST IVES VETERINARY SURGERY
7/351 Mona Vale Rd St Ives SYDNEY MOBILE VET

CENTRAL COAST

GREEN POINT VETERINARY HOSPITAL THE ROAMING VET Dr. Romy Feldman 0402 343484
321 Davistown Rd, Green Point
4369 3943 Eastern Suburbs & Inner West www.roamingvet.com.au

CHATSWOOD—LANE COVE THE HILLS—GALSTON

CHATSWOOD VETERINARY CLINIC 9411 6547 VETS AT NORTH ROCKS 9873 1660
80 Sydney St, Willoughby 9428 1174 262 North Rocks Rd, North Rocks

LANE COVE VETERINARY HOSPITAL www.vetsat northrockscom.au
Cnr Pacific Hwy + Remington St Artarmon
TERREY HILLS—FORESTVILLE—BELROSE

DOUBLE BAY 9363 4045 BELROSE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9452 3155
70 Pringle Ave, Belrose 9450 2020
DOUBLE BAY VETERINARY CLINIC
125 Manning Rd Woollahra 2025 TERREY HILLS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
97 Booralie Rd, Terrey Hills

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ANIMAL WELFARE & ADVISORY GROUPS YOUR LOCAL ANIMAL POUND
Also Donkey, Horse, Ferret , Rabbit & Rodent Rescue

Animal Liberation Free call 1800 751 770 Ashfield Belmore Veterinary Hospital 9789 6648
Cruelty Free Shopping List 9555 1995 94 Kingsgrove Rd Belmore

Good Samaritan Donkey Sanctuary 4996 5596 Blacktown, Auburn, Ryde, Hunters Hill, Canada Bay,
Horse Rescue Australia 8250 1442
International Fund for Animal Welfare 9288 4900 Holroyd, Parramatta, & Lane Cove

Flushcombe Rd Blacktown 9839 6000 or 9839 6161

Lost pets:- www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline

NSW Ferret Welfare Society Inc 9635 9212 Burwood & Strathfield 9747 3999

Petcare Info & Advisory Service 1800 631 784 Enfield Veterinary 94 Coronation Pde Enfield

Pets4Life www.pets4life.com.au Canterbury 9709 6528

Royal NSW Canine Council 9834 3022 Fairford Road Veterinary Clinic Short St Bankstown

Sydney Metro Wildlife Service Rescue hotline 9413 4300

Taronga Zoo 9969 2777 Hawkesbury, Penrith & Baulkham Hills

The Rabbit Sanctuary 0416 062947 Mulgrave Rd McGraths Hill 4560 4644

Wildlife Info & Rescue Service (WIRES) 8977 3333 Ku-Ring-Gai 9484 2166

World League for Protection of Animals 9817 4892 Thornleigh Veterinary 180 Pennant Hills Rd Thornleigh

ANIMAL WELFARE— DOG & CAT RESCUE GROUPS Liverpool, Bankstown, Fairfield &Camden
Renbury Farm Animal Shelter
406 Bringelly Rd Austral 9606 6118

Big Dog Rescue Mina Melman 0425 243517

Cat Protection Society - Enmore 9519 7201

Cat Rescue email [email protected] Manly Rosebury St Balgowlah 9948 3409
Mosman Cremorne Veterinary Hospital 9953 1090
DoggieRescue.com.au 9486 3133 104 Spofforth St Cremorne
9789 5976 or 9718 2169
DABS www.dabs.org.au North Sydney 9436 1213
Greyhound Adoption Program 9452 3446
Greyhound Rescue North Shore Vet Hospital 64 Atchison St, Crows Nest
www.greyhoundrescue.com.au 9453 0602
NSW Animal Rescue 0422 371 075 Pittwater Pittwater Animal Hospital 9913 7979

Cnr Pittwater Rd & Arnott Cres, Warriewood

NSW Animal Welfare League 8899 3333 Rockdale, Hurstville, Hornsby, Kogarah, Randwick,
Manly Warringah, Pittwater & Kemps Creek
Marrickville, Botany, Woollahra, Centennial Parklands,

PAWS Rescue www.paws.com.au Waverley, Leichhardt, Hornsby &Willoughby

Paws’n’Hooves Paul or Narelle Lewis 9835 1055 Sydney Dogs & Cats Home

PetRescue www.petrescue.com.au Edward St Carlton 9587 9611

RSPCA - Yagoona 9770 7555 Sutherland Shire & City of Sydney 9710 0401
Production Ave Taren Point 9971 8487
Save Our Strays www.saveourstrays.org.au Warringah Collaroy Veterinary Surgery

Staffy Rescue www.staffyrescue.org.au 0450 099177 1185 Pittwater Rd Collaroy

Sydney Dogs & Cats Home ANIMAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANT

Edward Street, Carlton 9587 9611

Sydney Pet Rescue www.sydneypetrescue.com.au AAA Canine Lessons - Jenny Wright
“Arightway Dog Training”
0415 394 644

CAVY CLUBS (Guinea Pigs) NSW BRANCH Mali Rolph Professional Dog Walking and Training

NSW Cavy Club www.nswcavyclub.org 4657 1438 Sydney NSW [email protected] 0405291339
Northsiders 9411 3590
The Dog Whisperer ®John Richardson 1300 650 739

FERRET WELFARE Helen White Dip. ACP (NOCN).AMACC. 9456 2573
Spec. Canine & Feline Behaviour
Ferret Rescue Co-Ordinator
Katrina Smith 9874-4113 PETS AS THERAPY

PET HOMEOPATH/HERBOLOGIST Pets As Therapy 9418 4343

Pet Power – Alternative therapies for animals Volunteer's Correspondence Course. From $379.50

Christine 9939 0410 Web: www.velmaspetsastherapy.com.au


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