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Published by magazine, 2018-09-22 17:19:47

DoggieRescue E-Magazine October 2018_Neat

2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101

NO KILL
OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday SHELTER





Vol.11 No.167

OCTOBER PHONE: 9486-3133
2018 ADOPTED DOGS 12,447





Join Gideon and all his
DOG WALKING friends as they have some
HOURS scary fun this Halloween.
11AM - 2PM
TUES - SUN
Weather permitting

















“ There’s a huge, scary



pumpkin right

behind me and…
I think it MOVED!!! ”









www.DoggieRescue.com

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from my desk
• “ LIFE INSTEAD OF DEATH ” - A NO-KILL SHELTER


For Halloween, Corinne weaves together 8 top
tips for the Black Dog Syndrome -- clever
advantages for owning black dog and making
them part of your Halloween event (p28).

In this issue we have a many happy stories of
our adopted dogs. Read how Tovah’s adoption
of Lola led her to help us in special ways and
how long termer Marbles wormed his way into
Joy’s heart and how Ace likes to give slobbery
wet kisses to his new kid brothers Raph and
Elijah. We have also featured Elly’s adoption,
initially she was a homeless dog with lots of
medical problems and how she was adopted by
a family committed to coming all the way from
Melbourne with kids in tow!

On a sadder note, we are appealing to
anyone willing to offer a palliative home to
sweet Scarlett, a 9yo Boxer x, in the picture
with me. She has so much to offer and so much
love to give, be it for a short while. Please share
with your friends so she can have the best
remaining life she can. More details p7.

Corinne has managed to acquire some council
pound statistics that are kept under the radar of
the public domain. Almost 30% of NSW pound
dogs ie 5,272 dogs that were not reclaimed
were killed in the last financial year – that is
after all the work rescue groups do save them
(p12). That is a statistic we can only be
ashamed of. The following pages give more
details as well as NSW RSPCA statistics. They
killed more than 2,500 dogs which are of course
Dear Readers, additional to pound kills.

This month we are celebrating Halloween and Gideon our usually We have a page dedicated to our Super Seniors
brave cheeky Kelpie boy is not very sure of those big pumpkins and yes we have a disproportionate number of
near him. Did one move? He is keeping a watchful eye! them but all so adorable and ready to snuggle
into your home life. Seniors are so easy for
Ruben, Gordon, Wilma and Barney are all feeling a bit uneasy people working full time.
about these funny pumpkins. Ruben has the most brave relaxed
face but still he is ready to pounce. Wilma and Barney look like Bianca highlights one of our long term older
they are ready to clear out. Not their scene at all. Dahlia is giving girls Heather, who is a sweet gentle girl just
her best black dog stare to frighten any ghoulish apparition. needing someone to hold her paw and build her
Angel, Raven and Romeo are all a bit nervous but steadfast confidence a little further.
watching to see what happens next.

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We have highlighted the dogs who have wormed their way into the
• Please make a DONATION
heart of Scott, one of our volunteers – Bear & Koda. Read about the
CLICK HERE!
special relationship that has developed, just by dog walking!


If you wanted to make a tax
deductible donation to help Doggie

Rescue save more lives in the year
ahead you can donate online via
our secure website or call us on
02 9486 3133.

• Become a DoggieRescue
LIFESAVER—CLICK HERE!



Or you might like to consider
becoming a DoggieRescue
Read Scott’s story on Bear & Koda on p18 Lifesaver (see p20), with a regular
monthly gift to support our work.
It was lovely catching up with Bubbles – he was a very long termer at the
shelter and wow look at him now. I must say he looks very dappa in that hat. All gifts, regardless of size, help us
It really suits him. His story shows us the enormous potential our dogs to give a brighter future to the dogs
have in the right hands but you also need to expect some setbacks too! and cats in our care. Thank you in
Bubbles showcases some of the long termers that are waiting patiently. advance for your kind donation.

Being spring, many of us are looking at losing a few kilos. Take a look at our I look forward to keeping you
Jogging Partners, (p30-31) ready to match up to your energy level! If you updated on our progress in the
cannot commit to a lifetime friend come and do some dog walking at months ahead and sincerely thank
DoggieWood and watch those kilos disappear! you again for all your support.

“ Thank you for all your care and love for these Warmest regards

abandoned pets” Monika
Monika
Where is DoggieWood?
Ingleside Shelter location: 2 McCowan Rd, Monika Biernacki
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101 Founder - DoggieRescue
Open 11AM –2.30PM Tuesday to Sunday
Phone: 9486-3133 www.DoggieRescue.com







“Mikey”
DR Office
Administrator

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DOGGIERESCUE.COM
We catch up
ISSUE: OCTOBER 2018 with Lola
Levitas who
FEATURES has found the
home every
LOVING IS EASY Where is Lola DR doggie
now? By Tovah Levitas 6-7 dreams of…
6-7

HALLOWEEN DOGGIES MEET 8-11
HUGE PUMPKINS! Scary stuff!!!
MARBLES—A little heartbeat at 14-15
my feet. By Margaret Joy Winton
WILL YOU ADOPT MY BEST
FRIENDS? By Scott Knowles 18-19
ELLY’S JOURNEY TO A NEW 24 - 25
LIFE By Patricia Sloan Raso
A SPECIAL GIRL CALLED 27
HEATHER By Bianca Nati Don’t miss our
HALLOWEEN
IT’S MY 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY feature pages 8-11
By Bubbles Rumsey 34
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE 38
Emi raises $500 for the doggies!
We get ‘Up
IN EVERY ISSUE
Close &
Personal’ with

FROM MY DESK Go Go Banjo
2-3
by Monika Biernacki page 33
STATISTICS SAVE LIVES— 12-13
with thanks to
http://www.Justice4Max.com.au/

UP CLOSE & PERSONAL – 33
with GO GO BANJO


Our cover boy for Check out DoggieRescue.com online
October is: GIDEON
Meet him & his
friends on p8-11 Join us on Facebook Email:
https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue
Cover photo [email protected]
: Lyndall Hord doggierescue.com
Floppy Ears Follow us on Twitter
Photography www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue

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I love the
Freedom Park
Leave a Legacy of Love

Because you will always care.















WHO IS THE DOG WITH THE BIG GRIN?
It’s the adorable Spike so happy after playing in
the Freedom Park with his toy & his friends….

Spike Wiry Terrier 3yrs 15.1kgs Male Sponsor:
“ Spike will be your best friend…” Toni & Rich

SPONSORED PETS ADOPTED!

• DOGS: Scooby, Murray, Diesel, Sandy, Elly, Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.
Patricia, Marley, Sophie, Beanie & Raindrop
(together), Otis, Dimitri, Turbo, Enrique, Atlas &

Jewel (together), Albie, Bonnie, Leo, Fred & Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
Hazel gift in your Will.
• CATS: Fleur, Hugo, Lawson & Leura
• RABBITS: :( Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
First name
DoggieRescue.com wishes to acknowledge
the assistance given by:
Surname
Address

Post code

Telephone
Virbac Animal Health
Australia Please return to:
361 Horsley Road, DoggieRescue,
MILPERRA. NSW. 2214 8 Chiltern Road,
INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
Free call: 1800 009 847
Ph.(02)9772-9772 Or call 9486-3133
https://au.virbac.com/ www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you

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For the next couple of weeks I went to the shelter on
the Sunday and fed her and took her for walks, each
time selfishly hoping that she hadn’t been adopted that
week. After thinking long and hard, I finally decided to
fill out that application form and see if Monika thought
that I would be suitable to adopt Lola myself. I was
happy to answer all of the thorough questions that I
was asked, and was thrilled when Monika said she’d be
happy for me to take Lola home to see how she got on
with my cats. Well the rest is history! They rubbed
noses on that first meeting, and now cuddle and even
wrestle together – true best friends.

That was 4 ½ years ago, and now Lola’s life is filled
with walks, friends, treats, and adventure. We
https://www.facebook.com/Artbytovahlevitas
haven’t missed a day’s walk in all that time, rain or
shine we are out enjoying the fresh air at the park or
the beach and meeting up with Lola’s friends. She has
LOVING IS come on lots of holidays and weekends away and
loves exploring new places with me. My friends are
used to dinner or drinks out having to be somewhere
dog friendly and rarely see me without my bestie by my
EASY BY TOVAH LEVITAS side! Luckily most of them are as dog crazy as me so
wouldn’t expect anything else!

I’d been volunteering at DoggieRescue for a few
months, doing the feeding on a Sunday morning,
and walking dogs, when one morning I met the
little monkey who would change my life. ”

I wasn’t looking for a dog of my own, I was perfectly
happy with the company of my cats at home, and
always felt like I bonded more naturally with bigger
dogs, which I knew I wasn’t able to have in my current
situation, so the instant connection I felt with Lola took
me completely by surprise. The very first time I saw her,
I was feeding the large enclosure of small dogs, most
of them making lots of noise and eager to have their
breakfast, and I very nearly missed the quiet little face
waiting patiently behind a kennel….

Now I’m sure that anyone who knows Lola now, will find
this hard to believe, as she’s affectionately known as my
little piglet; but to get her to eat anything I had to hand
feed her, and all that she was interested in doing was
climbing onto my lap and snuggling her soft nose into
my neck. When I looked into her beautiful eyes, I felt
like I already knew her. I went home that day and “ You wanna share my popcorn Mama?
could not stop thinking about her…..
Bridget Jones is on the telly!”

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When I adopted Lola
I didn't just get one little
dog, I also got some new
I’m glad Mum’s best friends and became
driving us home part of a wonderful

community.
I have made some amazing
connections through having
Lola in my life – advocates of
rescue, volunteers,
photographers, and artists to
name a few, and I was even
inspired to start drawing again,
Lola celebrated with friends after hearing her story was which has given me a way to
appearing in the October DoggieRescue Magazine! give back to DoggieRescue and
other rescues through my work.

I will be forever grateful to
Monika and the whole team at
Doggie Rescue for rescuing
Lola celebrated with friends after hearing her story was Lola, loving her, and trusting
appearing in the October DoggieRescue Magazine!
me to be her family.


SOMETIMES,
THERE IS NO HAPPY ENDING…

Scarlet , a Boxer x 9 years of age, recently came into
Doggie Rescue’s care from a pound. She is the most
beautiful, gentle loving girl who has suffered from years of
neglect. As her large, trusting eyes pleaded with us we
thought to give this sweet girl a second chance to find a
wonderful home where she would live the life she deserved.

Scarlet has been living with many medical issues that were
never treated but it was the mass on her front leg which had us
most worried. The result of the biopsy was the worst possible.
Osteosarcoma. Scarlet has just weeks to live. We are
desperate to find her a palliative home where she can live,
and be loved, for the short time she has left.

A video has been put together: https://www.facebook.com/
doggierescue/videos/330428174183661/

Sponsor: “ We met Scarlet at DoggieWood and thought by
sponsoring her we would help her to find a forever home, now
we feel devastated by her illness. Life is not fair - Scarlet is
such a brave, sweet girl. ” Richard & Toni Brisland

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In the land of Halloween,
where the giant
pumpkins gleam...

Ghosts and ghoulies
abound, and the mists
swirl around, and around.

You don’t believe in the
non dead? Well, we do!
And if you read this
magazine, why you
must too!

Saved from death row -
every discarded,
abandoned, lost dog
that does appear,

Has been given a second
chance to live and we
celebrate their life here...














“Gideon”




Gideon Kelpie x
18mths 16.5kgs
Male Sponsor: “Just
‘cause you’re such a
good boy! ”Jane &
Romeo

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“gordon”
“RUBEN”



























“WILMA”
“Barney”







Ruben Mastiff x Kelpie 9yrs 27kgs Male Sponsor: “ You have a sponsor, now you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse
Gordon Airedale x Staffy 4yrs 17.3kgs Male Sponsor: The students at The Sydney School of English
Wilma Maltese x 14yrs 6.7kgs Female & Barney Maltese x 12yrs 4.7kgs Male (bonded pair)
Sponsor: Barney “ Love from Poppy & Michelle!” & Wilma “In loving memory of Sach Baille!” Kathryn

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The full moon captures a
lonely black dog’s wait,
For prejudice and not love
could decide her fate,

Will you beware of the
black dog’s stare?
Or can you see the
unfulfilled love waiting there!

Tail wagging, eyes bright
let ‘s have some fun this
Halloween night!



























Dahlia Whippet x Staffy 12mths
Female Sponsor:“In loving memory
of Linda & Pee Wee!” Pat Knorr

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“angel”


“RAVEN”



Angel English Staffy x 2yrs 14kgs Female
Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends
have a 2nd chance in life
Raven Staffy x 5yrs 21kgs Female Sponsor: “Just
‘cause you’re such a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
Romeo Staffy x 1yr 17kgs Male Sponsor:“To help
him find a home as good as Napoleon’s!” Jackson












https://www.facebook.com/floppyearsphotography/

DoggieRescue wishes to thank our volunteer
photographer for her amazing feature photos
showcasing our adorable doggies.
“ROMEO”
Lyndall Hord Mobile 0432 617982
FLOPPY EARS PHOTOGRAPHY
www.floppyearsphotography.com.au

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• Feature OUTCOMES OF NSW ABANDONED DOGS 2016-2017 Compiled by Corinne Daw

STATISTICS = LIVES!





STATISTICS… “ the practice or science of collecting and analysing numerical data in large quantities, especially for
the purpose of inferring proportions in a whole from those in a representative sample.” Never been interested in
statistics? Me neither. But when a collection of numbers and percentages mean the difference between life and
death those numbers become hugely important, not only to the animals themselves, but to justice.





































In 2016-2017, in NSW alone 33,787 Dogs were euthanized in NSW Families cannot be wrong! This
dogs were impounded. Of those pounds in the year 2016-2017. is the amount of doggies, of all
dogs 15,876 were reclaimed by For the unclaimed dogs lucky breeds( from purebreds to
their owners, 3,618 were rehomed enough to be rescued from crossbreeds ), ages and sizes
from pounds and 8,565 were pounds by shelters that means who have currently been
transferred to rescue groups or there are about 2,000 pre loved adopted from DoggieRescue
shelters. 5,272 dogs, which is pets waiting for adoption at any by their new loving families. By
15.7% or 29.7% of non claimed time. Please, when thinking of adopting a rescue dog you make
dogs were killed. Almost 500 dogs adding to your fur family choose room for another dog on Death
remained in NSW pounds at 30/6/17 to ADOPT—DON’T SHOP! Row’s life to be saved.

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Let’s look at the RSPCA STATISTICS for YOU CAN CHANGE THOSE STATISTICS
2016-2017 Despite having a 40 million investment BY ADOPTING A RESCUED DOG.
portfolio the RSPCA still has a high Kill Rate with 2,544
dogs being killed in NSW during a 12 month period. All the dogs waiting for adoption on our website
www.DoggieRescue.com have not only been health
DOGS - RSPCA POUNDS / RSPCA SHELTERS checked, vaccinated, desexed, micro chipped & wormed
Intake 12,703, reclaimed 4,320, rehomed 4177, and are heartworm free, they have also been assessed
release to rescue 744, killed 2,544 (20.0%, or 30.3% for temperament, basic manners and many are already
of non-reclaimed—including overlap from RSPCA house trained. That means no matter what your life style
pounds and animals transferred from RSPCA pounds or pet needs we should be able to find the perfect match
to RSPCA shelters.) for your family. All we request is you fill our requirements
for a pet too.
I have given you a lot of numbers but the most
important of all are the last… An adoption / questionnaire form is available on

DOGS KILLED IN NSW 2016-2017 YEAR at www.DoggieRescue.com

• 4597 at non-RSPCA pounds EVERY LIFE IS PRECIOUS & ALL ABANDONED PETS
• 2544 at RSPCA pounds and shelters. SHOULD HAVE AN EQUAL CHANCE OF SURVIVING!

A TOTAL OF DoggieRescue would like to thank Geoff from
JUSTICE 4 MAX
7,141 DOGS KILLED
http://www.justice4max.com.au/
pound-shelter-rescue-info/
( figure on p12 of 5,272 does include some RSPCA for the huge job of compiling data.
dogs as some pounds are run under RSPCA contract.)

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• FEATURE STORY : ADOPTION UPDATE WE CATCH UP WITH “ MARBLES WINTON ”



MARBLES

“ A little heartbeat at my feet!”
By Margaret Joy Winton

Marbles appeared on the October 2016 Halloween cover ( see
photo at right ) of the DoggieRescue magazine with Rosie.
Marbles had to wait two more months to meet his forever ‘Mum’.
My friend and her husband paid the adoption fee as a kindness
towards myself just before Christmas 2016 and Marbles and I
have been inseparable ever since. At the time he was 8 years
and 8 months old and had been trained and lovingly cared for
by Monika and her volunteers for 3 + years (April 2013 -
December 2016).







This was after my old dog "Verba" sadly, on 7
October 2016, had to have her last needle . She
was the last remaining of the two Mini Fox
Terriers ( Facta & Verba ) who the staff and
pupils of the girl's high school I'd taught at for
many years enabled myself to adopt from
DoggieRescue on 19th March 2004 .

Each month I look forward to receiving my
DoggieRescue Magazine! It is a marvellous
magazine; with amazing stories and reports
of all the wonderful work and fund raising
activities, of those volunteers and many others
at Monika's DoggieRescue.

Those who ever so tirelessly give of themselves
and their time to help make Monika's Doggie
Rescue the most vitally important and
successful animal lifesaving charity and not - for
- profit organisation that it is!


“ Now 10 years of age Marbles is
a loving and much more secure little

fellow these days! Joy
“ Smile for the camera Marbles!”

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“ Marbles likes to listen to the stories and I often read to him from the DoggieRescue Magazine! ” Joy

These are the photos I've taken of Marbles and the gradually over time learning to trust again and become
October 2016 DoggieRescue magazine which he loves more secure. Briony, a DR volunteer who loved Marbles
me to read to him. Especially the pages 20-21 about the still catches up for visits occasionally, which he loves.
"Less Adoptable Dogs" and all about Speckles. He likes
me to show him his picture on the front cover page (he's I love the magazine so much I have arranged ( as a
a Star☆ in his green, red and black coloured bandana!) surprise ) a 12 months subscription for another friend
with Rosie and he also likes to see himself with the to receive a hard copy of the wonderful magazine. The
other dogs in the "Halloween Hall of Fame " on pages friend is a fellow adopter of a DoggieRescue dog (he
8-9 of the October issue. now calls Benji) and I know he will love the magazine as
much as Marbles and myself do!
Marbles seems to understand when I read to him about
Speckles being a “Less Adoptable Dog" that he too Marbles and I are excitedly waiting to receive our
was very much like Speckles and considered one of the October 2018 Edition when again Marbles will star in the
more difficult adoptable dogs (until he found me!) He enthralling DR Magazine. We shall enjoy future readings
has been, since December 2016, a work in progress, of his story, many times over! Joy & Marbles. Woof!

Meet some current ‘Long Term’ Foxy crosses just waiting for their special person too!















Mia Foxy x 4yrs 12kgs Female Spud Foxy x 3yrs 7.2kgs Male Keith Foxy x 9yrs 8.6kgs Male
Sponsor: “In loving memory of our Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bessy Sponsor: “ Wishing you a very happy
Macy girl!” Susan Dorahy Irvine!” Janiece birthday Ray!” Nila Sudiarta

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OLDIES BUT GOODIES


SUPER SENIORS













































1. Arty Jack Russell x 11 yrs 6.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Sammy!” Fred & Teena Wratten
2. Duncan Jack Russell x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins
3. Charles Maltese x 13yrs 6.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Jakkson & Jack!” Gina Carovigno
4. Willow Ridgeback x Staffy 11yrs 21kgs Female Sponsor:“The life you deserve starts now!” Barbara Holdsworth
5. Jerry Silky x 14yrs 7.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Sending you lots of love!” Breanna
6. Carlos Spitz x 12yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ricky, Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
7. Meg Maltese x Shih Tzu 10yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns
8. Scamp Jack Russell x 13yrs 10.2kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Marg
9. & 10. Whiskey Shih Tzu x 10yrs Male & Tequila Pomeranian x 10yrs Male ( bonded pair ) Sponsors : “In
loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris & “ Look at that face, Tequila is an angel!” Briarna Jade
11. Fleur Mini Foxy x 13yrs 5kgs Blind Sponsor: “In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
12. Lorelei Shih Tzu x 16yrs 5.2kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sybil & Jed, 2 strays!”Janet & Richard

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• • • feature “ BEAR & KODA ” By Scott Knowles DR Volunteer







































WILL YOU ADOPT
MY BEST FRIENDS?





BEAR AND KODA, A SIBERIAN HUSKY AND A GERMAN Being two large dogs, who have spent their lives
SHEPHERD, have a slightly different history to most together, they are not the easiest dogs to develop a
shelter dogs for they already had their forever home, relationship with straight away, but after a short time,
until illness took its toll on their owner, who unfortunately they repay your effort and patience tenfold with their
could no longer give them the care they needed. beautiful affection.

Having seen both Koda and Bear on the website, I was “ I have been enjoying Bear and Koda’s company
ridiculously excited to walk them, and sure enough, they for 4-5 months, and I can really feel our bond and
didn’t disappoint. They are always excited to get out and love growing each day. Bear will happily lie down in
about, and will keep you entertained with their “step
sibling” playful nature. your arms and fall asleep on you, whilst Koda will
stop what she is doing to roll over for belly rubs.”

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Both love to go for a run but will appreciate a good paced walk. Bear
loves squeaky toys, whereas Koda loves a tug of war, or chasing
anything Bear is interested in! Both enjoy playing fetch. Koda is a water
baby! Any puddle on a walk, or her shell pool will draw her right in! This
will also be where you find her toys after playing with her.

Although they grew up together, Koda and Bear having been showing
encouraging signs of good social skills with other dogs, although I would
recommend patient introduction in a safe environment. Bear and Koda
can get excited and noisy around small children, so ideally their forever
home will be with adults, who have time to train them to reach their full
potential. Also, Bear would much prefer a part time worker, whilst Koda
would be fine with a full time worker.

If my circumstances were different, I would, without a doubt, find a way to
bring both of these beauties into my home. With the right training, Bear
and Koda will add so much love and fun to a future lucky household!
( Bear & Koda can be adopted separately, or as a pair. )
Bear Husky x 2yrs 26kgs Male &
Koda German Shepherd 2yrs
“ 25kgs Female Sponsor: Iglu is
My motto in life is...
YOU MISS ONE HUNDRED PERCENT OF THE SHOTS YOU DON’T TAKE happy to help our furry friends have
a 2nd chance at life.
well, this is my shot of finding them both a home.
































PHOTOS BY TOVAH LEVITAS
https://www.facebook.com/Artbytovahlevitas/

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Express your love and commitment to the doggies who no one else cares about!

My name is Rachel. I am a Lifesaver and
Volunteer at DoggieRescue.

Rachel with ex DR
doggie Bodrik I know that the money I donate on a monthly basis is
(now Bodhi ) put to good use in looking after the dogs and cats at
DoggieRescue - I see this in action every time I
volunteer up at DoggieWood! Lifesavers really are just
that ! The program was set up a number of years ago
when DoggieRescue was really struggling to survive.
Through the generosity of these wonderful donors,
Monika and her team have been able to continue
saving dogs and cats (and rabbits and guinea pigs!)
from the council pounds around Sydney and NSW. I
am really proud to be a Lifesaver and would encourage
others to do the same. Just a small monthly
contribution helps makes a difference at DoggieRescue
and contributes towards food and vet bills and also
“ I am really proud to be a Lifesaver and ongoing maintenance of DoggieRescue. Rachel
would encourage others to do the same. “

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With your regular monthly contribution our life-saving work will continue….



• Your contribution of $29 per month pays for food & shelter costs for 1 doggie
• Your contribution of $49 per month pays for food, shelter & veterinary costs for 1 doggie

• Your contribution of $79 per month pays for food, shelter and veterinary costs and contributes
to the expansion of our program – there are thousands more lives to be saved!



DoggieRescue is dedicated to saving precious lives. These dogs receive
immediate medical care, are de-sexed, vaccinated and micro-chipped and
await a loving family at our shelter, “Doggie Wood” at Ingleside. We are a
“no-kill” shelter. Our commitment to these dogs is for the rest of their lives.
Our running costs are considerable and increasing. We receive no
government funding and rely exclusively on donations.


For more information please visit our website! http://www.doggierescue.com/lifesavers.htm

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Hi Fans,
Boo!
Can you believe it’s almost Halloween
again? Do you go TRICK or
TREATING? Dad said we are not
going this year as last year I ate all the
HALLOWEENALLOWEEN treats and did not do any tricks.
H
HALLOWEENHALLOWEEN
Do you like my costume? I know same
as last year & the year before but the
editor just digitally enhances my photo
so I don’t have to wear a costume.

Do you like to dress your doggie up in
costumes for Halloween? You do!!!
Here is another question...Does your
doggie like dressing up in Halloween Featuring star ex DR
costumes? It’s okay to laugh when doggie Chippy Pizzey &
your dog looks funny but you have to
make sure that he is happy too and his pearl’s of wisdom...
not feeling really stressed out.

CHIPPY’S TIPS FOR A HAPPY HALLOWEEN DOGGIE:

1:) DON’T dress your dog in costumes that are TOO TIGHT.
Uncomfortable fitting costumes will make your dog miserable.
2:) DON’T overheat your dog in costumes that may look really
cute but are made of synthetic material or fur.
3:) DON’T put a costume on your dog without thinking if you
would like to wear it yourself. Some of the Halloween costumes
for dogs are like totally...RIDICULOUS!
4:) DON’T leave the costume on all night. Just take a few snaps
and take it off.

Halloween night can be fun—you can look as silly as you please, but
remember to give your doggie some dignity because he does not
understand and gets no fun out of being hot and uncomfortable in a
costume he cannot walk in like my friend Max did last year when he
had to be a SPIDER!!! Chips




CHIPPY’S JOKE:
WHY DIDN’T THE
Hey Kids, my name is HAZEL and I just SKELTON GO TO
love Halloween! Do you like my devil ears? THE PARTY?
I am not at all like a devil for everyone
who knows me says I’m very sweet. ANSWER: ’CAUSE HE
HAD NOBODY TO
I have some great news to tell you! GO WITH…
After waiting a while for a home I met
my forever Mum today. I’M ADOPTED! HA! HA! HA! ( I’m so funny!)

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MEET OUR “ Elijah cuddles Ace, while Ace cuddles my foot but...
DOG ACE! I just want to read DoggieRescue Magazine!” Raph

"I love to cuddle Ace
and he gives me big
wet kisses!"

Elijah age 5 yrs

"Ace is the most
awesome dog and it's
fun learning how to
look after him. I love
the way he wags his
tail when he sees me."

Raph aged 9 yrs




































Manu Petit Basset Griffon Jubilee Staffy x 12mths Kiba Husky 2yrs 22.7kgs Martini Staffy x 6mths
x 2yrs 10kgs Male 16.6kgs Female Sponsor: Male Sponsor: “Good luck 15kgs Female Sponsor:
Sponsor:“Hoping you find “ For the lovely Lily & Kiba in finding a home!” “ My fingers are crossed
the home you deserve!” joyous Jenna! ” with lots of From our family of 2 dogs! for a loving home soon!”
Robyn Thomas love from Lisa Kane Lisa & Greg Pam Robson

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• • • Adoption feature A FAIRYTALE ENDING FOR ELLY

Her skin was in a shocking condition and
she looked like she had more litters than
her body was meant to handle. She was
only 4yrs old. Then I saw the photo of her
7 months later and what a transformation.
I couldn't believe how she had improved,
the team at Monika's DoggieRescue really
did an amazing job getting her to where
she is today. I couldn't stop thinking about
her and after a day or so I emailed Monika
in the hope that we could go to NSW and
adopt her and so our journey began. We
booked flights and accommodation and
before we knew it we were off to NSW.

AFTER ARRIVING IN SYDNEY WE DROVE
TO INGLESIDE FIRST THING THE NEXT
MORNING. We introduced ourselves and
Monika went to get Elly for us. Our girls
were very excited, it was like they knew her
already! Then there she was, we were all
smiling! Our girls were calling her, Elly!
Elly! After our meet and greet we took her
for a walk and all went well, she had a
beautiful nature with our children and they
loved her to bits. Tony and I were very
happy with her. We visited her every day
we were there and took her out with us for
Elly’s Journey to a a walk to a cafe where she was very well
behaved.
New Life Begins!


Written by Patricia Sloan Raso

In May this year we lost our beautiful little Staffy Roxy to cancer,
she was 14yrs old. She was given to us by someone who had
been trying to find a home for her. She was mistreated by her
previous owner. We said we wouldn't rush into getting another
dog as its never easy losing a pet.

A COUPLE OF MONTHS PASSED AND I STARTED TO LOOK AT
WEBSITES AT OTHER RESCUE GROUPS. I found one in Victoria but it
had been adopted. I saw Monika's Doggie Rescue in NSW and was
sad to see so many dogs without loving homes. This is when I saw
the photos of this beautiful little girl Elly. I couldn't believe how sad “ Elly waited patiently on the tarmac
she looked, her eyes said it all. I don't think I've ever seen a dog look for her flight to Melbourne and her new
as miserable or eyes that looked so helpless as hers did.
home at Lysterfield . ” Patricia

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Elly enjoying
“ The girls were so happy and were crying
pats from Lily
when we had to take Elly back to Monika’s
but we assured them we’d be picking her up
the next morning to take her to Melbourne.”



They couldn't wait and so her journey began, she was booked on
our flight back to Melbourne. We were relieved to see she survived
the flight okay as we actually heard her bark twice underneath us
before the plane took off so we couldn’t wait to get her out!

THANK YOU TO MONIKA AND
ALL HER TEAM AT DOGGIE
RESCUE. We are very grateful to
have Elly. You all do an amazing
job giving hope to all those dogs
who probably thought it was the
end of the road for them. We
have no doubt Elly holds you all
within a special part of her heart.















Twins Porzia
and Eva give
Elly a cuddle


ELLY IS SETTLING IN REALLY WELL. It’s only been 5 days but it’s like she's been
here for much longer. She loves going for her walks and this week she went for a
drive to the High Country where she met some Kangaroo's. She doesn't seem to “ We will keep you updated
mind the car. We have been taking her on school runs, she sits in the front seat
of course : ) She loves belly rubs and cuddles. Elly gets very excited when Tony on her journey and hope
gets home and loves when it’s breakfast and dinner time. She's already settling nothing but the very best
into our routine and seems to be very happy. She knows when it’s bedtime and for all the doggies at Doggie
heads straight into our room. She follows me everywhere and is very good with Rescue, and all those who
the kids. It’s great to see her tail wagging. Elly really deserves what every dog in work and volunteer there.”
the world deserves, and that is to be loved and cared for unconditionally.
Patricia, Tony & family

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• • • LUV-A-BULL adopt me! MEET OUR ‘STAFFY CROSSES’














1 2 3 4














5 6 7 8














9 10 11 12
1. Athena Staffy x Kelpie 4yrs 25.5kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Otto & ex DR doggie Rohan!” Gail
2. Sugar Staffy x 2yrs 17kgs Female Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.
3. Casper Staffy x Jack Russell 2yrs 12.4kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Ruth Wall
4. Nugget English Staffy x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Jessica!” Honey, Bonnie & Marti their Mum
5. Ripple Staffy x 2yrs 18.5kgs Female Sponsor: Best wishes for a loving home from Jackie Tan
6. Cisco Staffy x Shepherd 6yrs 17kgs Male Sponsor: “He’s such a handsome boy!” The Australian Writers Centre
7. Chad Staffy x 18mths Male Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.
8. Pearl Staffy x 11mths 12kgs Female Sponsor: “With lots of love from Beth Gentle
9. Bentley Staffy x 6yrs 22kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Chip & Blossom!” Alan & Tina
10. Suki Staffy x 3-4yrs Female Sponsor: “ Hoping you find your 4ever family soon!” Love from Lopez
11. Khaleesi Staffy x 2-3yrs Female Deaf. Sponsor: “ It’s in the giving that we receive!” Royce Milmlow
12. Neo Am Staff 4yrs 25kgs Male Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance at life

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• ADOPT ME! FEATURE FOCUS ON LONG TERM DOGS By Bianca Nati DR Kennel Hand




sent for testing. And thankfully, the tumour was benign!
After that we could work on getting her happy, healthy
and ready for her forever home by getting her a dental
to get some much needed cleaning and extractions.

NOW POST SURGERY HEATHER LOVES GOING FOR
HER WALKS. despite being an older girl she has so
much energy! She loves to play with toys in her yard,
and if nobody is there to play with her she often throws
it up in the air for herself! She knows how to sit and
shake, and is extremely food driven. She can be a bit
shy meeting new
“ Personally, I love all of the dogs we have at the people, and her trust
needs to be gained in
shelter, but you’ll always have a couple that have a
order for her to really
special place in your heart and are your personal
open up to you and
favourites, meet one of mine - the gorgeous Heather! show you all the love
She is a Labrador x Staffy and is 9-10 years old.” she has to give.

Out on walks, she can
A SPECIAL GIRL be reactive towards
other dogs and try to
CALLED HEATHER lunge at them, but is
well mannered when
it comes to meeting
calm, gentle boys
off lead. She needs
someone strong, again
- despite being an old
girl she is actually quite
strong herself (must be
all those walks!) and
she also needs some-
one that can help her gain more trust and confidence
out in the world and with other people. She would be
well suited to an apartment and a full time worker,
provided they have lots of toys for her to play with!


“ Heather is such a wonderful girl and truly
deserves her shot at a forever home. Despite her
confidence and slight trust issues, once she
opens up to you she is one of the most loving and
HEATHER CAME TO US ABOUT A YEAR AGO... She was in sweet dogs out!” Bianca
really rough shape for unfortunately she had one of the
biggest mammary tumours any of us had ever seen. As
soon as she arrived to us from the pound she was sent to
our vets and had surgery straight away and a biopsy was Sponsor: “ This sponsorship is my gift to you!” Jeff

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TOP


TIPS


In this our Halloween issue it seemed a good time
to visit the age old myth called BLACK DOG
SYNDROME. It has long been assumed that black
dogs look SCARY, can be hard to PHOTOGRAPH
and of all dogs in shelters, are the least ADOPTED.
Well we have searched the internet and found some WOLF
great tips on just why you should adopt a black dog
apart from the main reason which is if you love black
dogs you are hooked on them for life, like me!


1. BLACK DOGS NEVER 2. BLACK DOGS MAKE YOU
LOOK DIRTY! LOOK THINNER….










3. Black goes with
everything and REX
always co-ordinates
with your outfit!
“ BOO! I’M
SCARY!”









DRE

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4. BLACK DOGS ABSORB HEAT AND ARE
PERFECT FOR CUDDLING ON A COLD DAY!















5. Black dogs are
great protection
on a dark night! SIRIUS





SKYE

6. STATUS SYMBOL—BLACK PEARLS
ARE MORE COSTLY, YOU KNOW!




7. BLACK DOGS ARE GREAT AT FORMAL OCCASIONS...


Wolf Belgian Shepherd 11yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns
Dre Whippet x 3yrs 10.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Rusty, Tasha & Sam!” Robert Nauta MOJITO
Rex Schnauzer x 3yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor:“A loving home is
coming very soon!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat
Skye Kelpie x 3yrs 8.6kgs Sponsor: “ I hope you find a family
as good as mine, you gorgeous girl! George Coleman
Sirius Shar Pei x 9yrs 25kgs Male Sponsor: “ May you find
the home of your dreams!” Tony Suters
Mojito Staffy x 9yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of
Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena



8. COLOUR SHOULD NOT AFFECT YOUR ADOPTION
CHOICES BUT, TO PUT IT SIMPLY...BLACK DOGS
(WHETHER SLEEK OR SCRUFFY) ARE GORGEOUS!

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• EXERCISE PARTNERS adopt me ADOPT AN ACTIVE DOG FOR A FITTER YOU!
















































1. Mumbo Mastiff x 12mths 22.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
2. Major Bull Arab x 12mths 36kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
3. Zeus Mastiff x 6yrs 28.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing Zeus a happy life!” Hughie Wray
4. Grace Old English S/dog x 8yrs 32kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Crayon!” Sam, Tim & Shannon
5. Dakota Cattle 2yrs 21kgs Female Sponsor: “ Thanks for sponsoring me Anna!” Nadir Guessoum
6. Indi Cattle x Kelpie 6yrs 31kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
7. Belle Mastiff x Shar Pei 18mths 23.4kgs Female Sponsor: “Hoping you find a family!” Patsy Wills
8. Elsa Shepherd x 8yrs 35.2kgs Female Sponsor:“ For our rainbow bridge mob!” Colleen & Ron
9. Sergeant Bull Arab x 12mths 34kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
10. Dino Cattle x Koolie 3yrs 26kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Malki & Chandra
11. Darcy Kelpie x 4yrs 17.6kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Sach Baille!” Kathryn
12. Rory Bull Arab x 18mths 30kgs Female Sponsor: “Keep smiling Rory!” Lots of love from Tilly, Jasper & Karen

OCTOBER 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 31

Old doggies
love to go JOGGING
walkies too!
PARTNERS…


• DID YOU KNOW?
183 calories are burned by a
58-60kgs woman walking her dog at
about 2.5 mph (average) in one hour
13. – even more if you step it up to jog.
















14. 15. 16. 17.















18. 19. 20.

• WALKING FOR 1/2 HOUR PER DAY CAN HELP PREVENT CORONARY DISEASE


13. Butch American Staffy x 13yrs 31kgs Male Sponsor: “A better life is coming very soon!” Noreen
14. Sunshine Lab x Sharpei 12mths Female Sponsor: “Looking to a brighter future for our dog pal!” Neil & Surbhi
15. Indigo Blue Cattle x 2yrs Female Sponsor: “ A faithful friend 4ever!” Wendy McCathie
16. Klaus Kelpie x 12mths Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Bagel and Choco.” E. Lin
17. Piper Jack Russell x Kelpie 4mths 7.8kgs Sponsor: “Wishing you the best of luck!” Christin Schaller
18. Luna Irish Wolfhound x 12mths Female Sponsor: Best wishes from Susan Cassidy
19. Cash Bull Arab x 11mths 27kgs Male Sponsor : “In loving memory of Pebbles!” Sigrid
20. Gretel Boxer x 7mths Female Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.

Can’t ADOPT a dog? Why not become a VOLUNTEER walker at DoggieRescue? We’d love to meet you!

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PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE What’s trending on instagram?
in 2018 BY FOLLOWING... Follow the DoggieRescue news/
see videos of the doggies/ catch
i
instagramnstagram up with our day to day
instagraminstagram
happenings and much more…










































1. Pepper Shih Tzu x 7yrs 7kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Pepe!” Malki & Chandra
2. Jamie Jack Russell x 6yrs 8kgs Male (Jamie is blind) Sponsor: “Good luck little Jamie!” Freddi Martin
3. Floyd Pug x 3yrs 14kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ricky, Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
4. Saffy Maltese x 8yrs 5.1kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my sweet Crunchie!” Cathy Beer
5. Paris Foxy x 6-7yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ian, Muffin & Tia!” Kathryn & Paul
6. Celene Maltese x Mini Foxy 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ In memory of Myrtle & Pony Disco!” Karla, John & Lotti
7. Angus Aussie Terrier x 5yrs 8.5kgs Male Sponsor:“Somewhere a loving home waits!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch
8. Dezzy Maltese x Shih Tzu 6yrs Male Sponsor: “With love from Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine
9. Wiggles Maltese x Shih Tzu 5yrs Male Sponsor:“ Ex DR dog Woody’s way of saying thanks!” Tracy Fay
10. Madden Spitz x 16yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Heidi & Libby!” Judith Lynch
11. Emmet Maltese x 10yrs 9.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of all my woofs!” Susan Carovigno
12. Squall Foxy x 8yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ian, Tia & Muffin!” Paul & Kathryn

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“ Go Go Banjo ”
https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/gogobanjo/

When I heard I was to star in DoggieRescue My family says I’ve taught them - adopting me was the
magazine I – was very excited that I could share a best decision ever! They are more active, have made
little bit about me. new friends and explored new places because of me.
If I impersonated a famous star I'd be - a rock star If I could wish fleas on someone it’d be – on the
I hate to whine but- why does mum take so long to get brush turkeys
dressed before we go for a walk? My tail wags most when- we go for a car ride! It doesn’t
Food that makes me drool is - cheeeeeesee matter the destination, it is the journey that counts.
My happiest moments are - when I am out and about I often wonder - why mum keeps pretending she can
with my pawrents. They take me everywhere they go. bark. I always bark back though so she doesn’t feel too
My greatest achievement is - learning how to be embarrassed.
friendly with other dogs. To all those dogs waiting in pounds I say – be patient
My nickname is – Banjito that your forever family is out there somewhere. They
My relationship with other dogs is – a bit hit and will come and find you.
miss. But I love the dog park and chasing big dogs. Deciding between trick or treat I'll always choose -
My biggest adventure has been – paddle boarding for Treat! Even though they only come after a trick
the first time. I even got a special dog life jacket so I can I am celebrating Halloween by – going trick or treating
venture safely into the water at the dog park!
It took a while but I finally – learned how to go outside Eeeeek! Ghosts and Goolies are scary but so is – the
through the doggie door. nail clipper.

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• IN THE SPOTLIGHT WHERE AM I NOW? By Bubbles Rumsey






































IT’S MY ONE YEAR
• I have plenty of cosy beds throughout the house so
I can rest wherever and whenever
ANNIVERSARY! • I like and I get really nice food – although Mum still
doesn’t allow me to eat as much as I would like.
Dear Monika & all my friends at DoggieRescue,
I can do a variety of things these days –
Hi, Bubbles here! Wow – I can’t believe it’s a year since
I left you. The year has been really good and I continue • I can shake paws (either left or right on command),
to live a life of luxury. Here is an update on my life! • I can stay when told (but not for very long),

• I can leave food on the ground in front of me,
• I still get Mum out of bed nice and early and have a
walk every morning for around one hour. In the • I walk nicely, I sing when the telephone rings,
afternoon I either get another walk or Mum and I • I play fetch, I beg,
have a good play with a ball in my backyard. • I respond to lots of words such as no, bed, toilet
• I have my own clothes now and allow Mum to and come.
put them on me.
• I am good friends with my Uncle’s dog and spend Mum is great and hasn’t given up on me even though I
time with her out walking or playing in the have been a real challenge for her. I have even been
backyard. I get to go out in the car to new spots naughty a few ( many ) times.
and sniff a lot.

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A much loved ‘long term’ ex DR dog
ADOPT ME…. ‘Long term’ dogs
make great pets!





















Bailey Jack Russell x Pug Tara Mastiff x Wolfhound 4yrs
5yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ It’s 40kgs Female Sponsor:
in the giving that we receive!” “ Sending you lots of love! ” Jane
Royce Milmlow & her fur kids






I’ve enclosed a few pictures for
you to enjoy and share:

First picture – I got dressed up in a
coat and hat to celebrate my one
year anniversary with my Mum
today.

Second picture – Caught in the act
of being naughty.

Third picture – My nice raincoat Tasha Labrador x 3yrs Female Brandy Staffy x Beagle 6yrs
which means I can still go for my
walk even in the rain. Sponsor: The Students at the 16kgs Female Sponsor: The
Sydney School of English
Australian Writers Centre

I am doing really well, and most
importantly my Mum still loves me. Just like Bubbles, who waited a long time to find his forever
I really am in my forever home. family, these dogs need and deserve loving homes….

Love Bubbles
http://www.doggierescue.com

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Share updates/ videos, catch up on our latest news
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1 2 3 4












5 6 7 8












9 10 11 12

1. Buddy Cattle x Kelpie 1yr 18.kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah
2. Tabitha Labrador x Border Collie 5yrs 17kgs Female Sponsor: Lots of love from Denise Bartlett
3. Nelson Cattle x 3yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Minnie!” Marika Camilleri
4. Matilda Kelpie x 5yrs Female Sponsor: “A loving forever family soon!” Janelle Wooldridge
5. Jedi Kelpie x Cattle 5yrs 16kgs Male Sponsor: Good luck from Joy & Sam Jenkins
6. Ember Shepherd x Kelpie 3yrs 16kgs Female Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re such a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
7. Quinn Kelpie x Jack Russell 7-8yrs 9.7kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Penny!” Stefanie
8. Olive Kelpie x Shar Pei 2yrs 15.7kgs Female A Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
9. Douglas Terrier x Kelpie 6yrs 16kgs Male Sponsor: Sending you lots of love from Lisa Suters
10. Sally Cattle x Kelpie 2yrs 22.8kgs Female Sponsor: “She has so much love to give!” Inzie Bailie
11. Sam Jack Russell x Basenji 3yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: With love & hug from Shona & Narice
12. Cosmo Bull Arab x Cattle 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ I may be big but I’m a very sweet boy!” Kylee, Brenda & Daisy

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MEET SOME
NEW FACES






















Junior Bull Arab x Titan American Staffy x Jack American Staffy x Missy Kelpie x 6.5mths
12mths Male Sponsor: 6yrs 37.6kgs Male 2yrs Male Sponsor: “In 17kgs Female
“Luck and Love - in loving Sponsor: “In loving loving memory of Keziah!” Sponsor: “In loving
memory of Baby, Pippa & memory of Joey & Rosie!” Mummy Karen, Sherry & memory of Sheba!”
Mitzi!” Marilu Pat Broderick Spot Trafford Louise Dowd




















Lottie Pointer x 12mths Lupin Bull Arab x Dennis Silky Terrier Snowflake Cattle x
24.5kgs Female Sponsor: Kelpie 18mths Male 12yrs 9kgs Male 12wks Female
“ Wishing you good luck Sponsor: “ In loving Sponsor: “In loving Sponsor:“ In loving
in finding a new home!” memory of our precious memory of Jess & Jody!” memory of Lucky!”
Julie McCann Sam!” Valerie Rodgers Michele & Steve Tamassy Kevin Lynch

For more details see website at : www.DoggieRescue.com or phone: 9486-3133

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YOU CAN MAKE A



DIFFERENCE!



LOVE ANIMALS? THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU CAN HELP….

































A SURPRISE HENS’ PARTY

FOR EMI RAISES $500 TO HELP THE DR DOGGIES….wow!

A lovely group of ladies threw a surprise Hens' Party for their friend, Emi,
and, in doing so, made a donation of $500 to DoggieRescue. What a
super morning...lots of Big Dog walking, a morning tea, shelter tour...and
Puppy Cuddling ( Oh my, oh my!!! ). Thank you so much wonderful ladies!
What a thoughtful idea for any dog lovers to celebrate this special time!



FOR MORE DETAILS ON THE DIFFERENT WAYS
YOU CAN HELP PLEASE CALL 9486-3133
www.doggierescue.com

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