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Published by magazine, 2016-03-30 02:01:29

DoggieRescue E-Magazine April 2016_Neat

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

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.138 ADOPTIONS: DOGS 11,613 CATS 340
APRIL 2016

DOG WALKING HOURS
11AM - 3PM TUES - SUN

Venus & her sister
Serena are using
‘Flower Power’ to show
a softer side of the
Staffy breed. Meet them
& their friends on
pages 6 & 7

www .DoggieRescue.com

2 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

DoggieRescue.com

Magazine

Featuring over I’d love to
200 homeless meet you!
doggies & many
cats & kittens...

What’s Inside?

Feature Articles: Published
MONTHLY

IT’S THE POWER OF THE FLOWER! See some 6-7 Siska English Staffy x 10yrs 17kgs Female
of our gorgeous Staffies and their floral wreaths Sponsor: “ For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela &
Tess!” Lots of love from Lorelei Dowling
KILLING ME SOFTLY– It’s happening all over the 8-9
world—we are witnessing a Staffy holocaust.

DARLING LITTLE MILO - So deserving of a 10-11 Subscribe to our magazine online!!!
home...By Janice Martin DR Volunteer http://www.doggierescue.com/merch.htm

HELP BOWIE TO RUN AGAIN - Read Bowie’s 19 Every month:
sad story and see her progress

FROM MY DESK by Monika Biernacki 3

NEVILLE - A 12 year old doggie loving foster care. 25 Doggie Rescue UNLEASHED & 12-14
A story by Natalia Siam his foster Mum DANGEROUS By Roland Briefrel
Cartoons Ryley Miller
WHAT DOG IS THE RIGHT DOG FOR ME? 30-32
An adopter’s story by Edward Yip 40-41 UP CLOSE & PERSONAL- Featuring Max 33
Burton-Papanidis & his brother Alfie
WHAT IS A POUND - A pound is much more
than just a holding facility for lost animals.

MEET SOME ADORABLE CATS & KITTENS 42-48 Email: [email protected]
All homeless, totally adoptable & waiting!

DoggieRescue.com is a NO KILL ANIMAL SHELTER giving homeless dogs a second chance at life.

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

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

From My Desk After I have lost a dog I always have a great urge to
help another in need. I know that is what my dog would
By Monika Biernacki have wanted. It helps me heal and focus my mind on
the Moment, in tune with the dog’s way of thinking.

It is always a consolation to me when I meet families
willing to adopt or foster an “oldie”. They are a special
breed of people who put what they can do for the dog in
front of what the dog can do for them. They understand
what is involved and the sorrow that might come sooner
rather than later but they selflessly put themselves
forward to reach out and ensure the remaining years for
their doggie are going to be the best years of his life.

Neville was one of those old dogs that came to us in an
emaciated condition with bilateral perineal hernias. He
spent months at our clinic and underwent a few
surgeries before he could come to us. When he did
come we had a lot of nursing to do and slowly he
blossomed before our eyes. He put on weight,
developed muscle tone and now he has been fortunate
enough to find a carer who is taking him to the next
stage (p25). Read about his amazing journey.

Hello Readers, Whiskey is another fortunate mature dog who came
under the wing of one of our committed carers. She put
In the last months adoptions have slowed as people time and effort into training him. Yes, who said old dog
return to studies and their usual lifestyles. However the can’t learn new tricks? Her training and commitment to
numbers of dogs needing rescuing from pounds does not him scored him a forever home (p16). There are many
abate and the numbers cats and kittens this Autumn is more waiting in the wings…..have a peek at our web site
unprecedented. at the “Golden Oldies”.

Sometimes I wonder if all the effort we put into to saving As more dogs are getting adopted directly from the
lives pays dividends. When you take a step away from pounds, DoggieRescue is getting more “oldies” and more
the whirl of activity to bury some of our oldies who never medium sized dogs, particularly Staffy breeds. The
found homes and reflect upon their lives since we have oldies need a lot more veterinary work to bring them to
known them you can feel despondent. It makes you good health, whilst the strong Staffies are testing our
realise no matter how hard you try, you have no control fencing. We need to refurbish our fences and also in
on when your doggie is called to rainbow bridge. You many cases increase their height to accommodate their
may buy some time here and there but as Dr Dee says athletic abilities and keep them safe. These changes in
(p38), it is often about preparing ourselves to say the industry are all leading to a faster draining of our
goodbye and not be about prolonging suffering. At least resources. These are new challenges that we are trying
we have the satisfaction of knowing we have done our to grapple with.
best and the rest we need to leave to our Creator.
Thank you, all our young active people, who come and
give our young Staffies and other dogs a good work out!
That is the highlight of their week, whilst they wait
patiently for their forever family to come along.

Follow us on Twitter Join us on Facebook
www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

4 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Want to meet people, help raise much
needed funds for DoggieRescue and

have fun at the same time?

Then we'd love to have you in the Events Team to help on
festival and event days. You may even want to run an event of
your own in your area - we can offer you advice, help and
support in making it happen. For more information please
contact Nat on 0402 785 196 or email [email protected]

http://www.doggierescue.com/events.htm

Where is DoggieWood?

Ingleside Shelter is located at :

2 McCowan Rd, Cnr of Bloodwood Rd,
INGLESIDE. 2101

Open 10am — 5pm from Tuesday to Sunday

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

An ultra scan has shown

I’M REALLY Poppy to be pregnant!!!!

RATHER SHY— More on this developing

Click SO EVERYONE story next month...

here JUST PASSES
ME BY...

Bryson Jack I had a
Russell x secret...
2yrs 6kgs
Male

Sponsor:“In loving
memory of Ebony!”
Melissa, Honey &

Which Sponsored Dogs found homes? Poppy Scruffy Terrier x 2yrs Female Sponsor:
“ In loving memory of Sheba!” Louise Dowd & Gwen
• Belle, Judith, Cornflake, Zachary, Banana, Beryl, Scruffy Terrier x 3yrs Female Sponsor: “She’s a
Vicky, Truffle, Dasher, Peanut, Woody, Antonio, sweetie!” Yvonne, Marina & Jef, Easy Social Media
Roxy, Merlin, Kim, Briony, Summer, Sylvester,
Benji, Gordon, Milkshake, Augustus, Spartacus,
Pedro, Norma & Crash Bandicoot

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 5

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gone ELECTRONIC!

If you would like to receive a copy of our
E-Mag every month please send your details
to email address: [email protected]

This was
Melody on
her arrival
at Doggie
Rescue see
Melody now.

Click here

Because you will always care.
Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.

Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
gift in your Will.

Will you be my Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
LIFESAVER? First name
Surname
Melody has just come from the pound and
she is afraid. She does not know it yet but Address
she is safe now and will be cared for until she
finds her forever home thanks to the support Post code
of our DOGGIERESCUE LIFESAVERS. Your
regular monthly contribution helps us to Telephone
continue this life saving work. For more
details on how you can join see back page…. Please return to:
DoggieRescue,
Melody (above ) Kelpie x Foxy 2yrs Female 8 Chiltern Road,
Sponsor: With lots of love from Susan Gerber INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
Or call 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you

6 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE
Amazing photographs using flowers to show the true beauty of the Staffordshire Terrier breed.

I’m Venus,
she’s Serena

CLICK HERE
For more pictures

With many thanks to our talented volunteer photographer Oznur Mezgil

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7

I’m Joan
of Arc

“ It is so hard for a girl to keep her flower crown on while trying to give as many kisses as possible!” Joan of Arc

I’m
Rocky

I’m a little
flower, please
pick me!

I’m
Comet

I’m
Dixie

Serena 17.9kgs & Venus 18.5kgs Both are Staffy x about 18mths. They are sisters. ( not a bonded pair ).
Sponsors: With lots of love from Lesley Cansdell & “ In loving memory of Iceberg, who was special!” Henny Simm
Joan Of Arc Staffy x 18mths Female Sponsor: “To help you start a brand new life!” Desi Hendrawen
Comet English Staffy 9yrs 16kgs Male Sponsor:“It’s in the giving that we receive!” Royce Milmlow
Rocky Kepie x Staffy 10mths Male Sponsor: “You look so very handsome!” Erin Salmon
Dixie Staffy x 4yrs Female Sponsor: “To give you a better chance of a home!” Pam Robson

8 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Killing me Softly

It is happening all over the world— we are witnessing a Staffie holocaust.

With thanks to www.staffyrescue.co.uk

Bull breeds are powerful dogs and need aware and responsible owners who can optimise their many,
many positive attributes and kindly train and manage their considerable potential towards their natural
inclination to love and obey. Staffies are highly intelligent, affectionate and eager to please, giving you a
lifetime of devotion. Sadly people don’t always associate the breed with these qualities.

Many little licky, overtly cuddly Staffie pups start their Wonderful adult Staffie needs home. The phone line goes
journeys in pet shops or the internet and, with money dead! Our Staffie has become worthless; society’s
exchanged and not a glance back, breeders walk liability. Rescues struggle to get the public to appreciate
away. Buy that pup, see it grow into adolescence. Try that with today’s veterinary costs alone they run at a
to contain a Staffie who isn’t receiving exercise, loss. Add kennel costs and fund raising is essential. Then
without training and denied companionship. ask those Rescuers to consider saving an adult Staffie,
whose prospects of rehoming are slim - who can blame
Reports of Staffies left all day in kitchens or sons’ them in limiting their intake, or turning their backs?
bedrooms, often crated for five to eight hours is
common practice. Hear the family rows, see Let’s face facts, so many Staffies are being dumped into
relationship splits, the landlord insistence NO DOGS, pounds, given away ‘free to a good home’; thrown out of
evictions, the sense of wanting to be free of this moving cars and worse. Destination unknown, leave it to
mighty burden – aka small, dependant wonderment. its fate. Arriving at the council pounds and the frown goes
Witness the attempts to pass pup on, payment swings on faces; yet another Staffie... what hope…pounds are
the other way to please ‘take it off our hands’. overflowing with Staffies and crosses of that breed.

Our Staffie puppy moves through homes….. time to Staffies are paying the price of over breeding by
get RID of the nuisance Staffie’. Anyone out there being killed in large numbers softly in our pounds.
want an adolescent Staffie with no training? The poem on page 11 says it all….

SPARTACUS’S STORY

Breed: Staffie x Age: 1yr Sex: Male

Spartacus originally came from Blacktown THEN NOW
Animal Holding Facility but is now safe with
Doggie Rescue. Spartacus was covered in scars I’M ADOPTED
when he arrived but at DoggieRescue has been
shown the gentler side of human nature. His See adoption video: https://youtu.be/f4xLKxbBe_Y
gentle personality suggests he must’ve been
loved before. It’s possible that he was stolen sparkles in his eyes saying thank you so much!!! He has left
from a family by a dog fighting gang to be used his sad, dark days behind him. Sponsor Mummy Karen &
as a bait dog to train their killer dogs to fight. Kezi, Sherry & Spot Trafford
However these are only assumptions due to the
multiple scars that cover his face and body.

Spartacus is now such a happy boy. Call him and
he will give you the typical big Staffie smile and

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CLICK HERE
JUST A STAFFY CROSS

- Trudie James - VIDEOS: CLICK HERE

IMP-16-01093 Today is just another day – to me they’re all the same IMP-16-01000 Mana
I have the worst of genes you see, I bear the “Staffy” shame. CLICK HERE
The shame is in our numbers, there’s thousands with no home.

Thousands just like me you’ll find, in kennels all alone.

My mum was “just a Staffy”, my father – well who knows?
Mum, too, became unwanted, as the last puppy goes.
And then begins the process, of money-making deals

A life of “moving on” unfolds, who cares how the Staffy feels?
If you have the cash to hand, the Staffy pup is yours

But that pup is getting bigger now, just look at those big paws.

IMP-16-01032 You brought me for your image, thought I’d make you look more tough IMP-16-00518 Bullett
But you’ll find my boisterous nature has already got too much.
If you had thought to train me, with kindness and with praise
You would have had a faithful friend to share your darkest days.
I would lay down my life for you, but you simply cannot see

You make sure you get your money back on what you paid for me.

And on it goes, until one day, I’m no longer worth a dime
The retail on an adult Staff – not worth the waste of time.
So what happens to a Staffy now? Do you really want to know?
Do you care what will become of us, when we leave our final home?

IMP-16-00873 Dayxia Have you ever thought to wonder, “Where is that Staffy now?” IMP-16-00846
Adopted!!!! The “Staffy” has another name; he’s become a “stray” somehow.

Me, I was put into a car and driven far away
The door held open, I jumped out, I thought to run and play.

It was with joy and happy heart I turned to look for you

You drove away with all my trust and a piece of my heart too.

CLICK HERE I wandered round for many days before I was brought here. IMP-16-00184 Bear
IMP-16-00103 Prince Now I wait with heavy heart, trepidation and with fear.

Adopted!!!! Seven days is all I have you see, seven days for you to claim
The little dog that you threw out, for which you have no shame.

This is my last goodbye now my seven days are up
If only more thought had gone into the future of that pup
As the needle empties to my veins I lay down with one last sigh
I’m sorry I was born a Staff, because it means that I must die.

CLICK HERE Blacktown Animal Holding Facility keep impounded dogs for much CLICK HERE
IMP-16-00122 longer than the 7 days required under law. For more information on IMP-16-00641
any of the featured Staffy breeds on this page who patiently wait, and
wait for their forever homes at Blacktown please contact Animal
Rehoming Officer : [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/PawsTheMomentPhotography/timeline

10 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Milo with
DR Volunteer
Kristina

This is a story
written with love
by DR Volunteer
Janice Martin

Our gentle and sweet Milo has is available we put a harness on

been with Doggie Rescue for over him and take him for short walks,

a year now. He arrived a very allowing him to sniff everything

scared and skinny little dog. At around him. While out, he may

just 2 years of age he has limited show panic one moment but the

experience of the good things life next moment he will relax and wag

CLICK can offer with a loving family. his tail long enough for us to feel
HERE
progress has been
“Milo enjoyed meeting the seagulls &
Pelicans at Bayview.” Kristina As a volunteer at “Milo is a favourite made. He loves the
Doggie Rescue, I with many of us feel of the grass
have been lucky who take care of under his feet. He
enough to watch him. Why is he so has even gone for
Milo's development. special you ask? an excursion to the
From a nervous There is something beach and with
youngster he now about Milo…”Janice tentative steps he
waits for his one on enjoyed the feel of

one time, letting us the cool water and

pick him up, give him a cuddle and the sound and movement of the

nurse him on our laps. When time seagulls on the beach.

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 11

BREED: Foxy x AGE: 2yrs WEIGHT: 4.7kgs “My beautiful friend Milo . Your forever family is out
there somewhere I know it.” Martha DR Volunteer

Maybe it is Milo’s gentle nature that makes him special,
his worried eyes, his young age, or maybe it's the
feeling that you just want to pick him up and cuddle all
his cares away. He draws us to him and his carers feel
great affection for this small dog.

Milo would do well in a garden environment and would
be happy to share his life with another gentle dog and
older children. With his light 5kg build and long legs
Milo is able to jump so adequate fencing is necessary.
If you are home most of the time and have patience to
slowly introduce "a life outside" to Milo, the reward will
be a gentle and loyal little guy who will love you
forever.

"A dog has one aim in life......to bestow his heart" (J R
Ackerley). I hope you find that special person or family
to bestow your heart upon Milo. Love Janice xx

Sponsor: “ Fingers crossed for you mate!” Will Gorman

FEATURING A PAIR OF PAIRS...

TWO DOGS– TWICE THE FUN!

Jenny Maltese x Lhasa Apso 8yrs 5.3kgs Female & Kylie Jack Russell x 8yrs 5.5kgs & Dannii Jack
Humphrey Lhasa Apso x 6yrs 7.2kgs Male (bonded Russell x 8yrs 3.9kgs Females (bonded sisters)
pair) Sponsor:“In loving memory of ex Doggie Rescue Sponsors:“ With love & tail wags!” Lopez (ex DR dog),
doggie Ted and for Sam!” Alison Skinner Chilli & Tess & Sending love from Martha Pavlakis

ADVANCED POOL CARE

Your one stop pool shop— We do it all!

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

12 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

FEATURE ARTICLE : DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS Cartoon: Ryley Miller

A FUR EXPEDITION

BUCKET LIST

Article compiled by Roland Briefrel They also acknowledged that it
(with thanks to Julie Miller’s Animal is often difficult for travellers and
Kingdom article in The Sun Herald companies to determine ‘good’
28 Feb 2016 for appropriation and and ‘bad’ animal sanctuaries,
shelter or orphanage. Part of the
re-contextualisation.) charter involves an audit of the
World Expeditions’ 800 or so
individual itineraries, focusing on
any content that may include
animal experiences.

In late 2015 Australian According to “Responsible Travel What constitutes an animal sanctuary
adventure travel specialist World Manager” at World Expeditions however, will vary widely. A true
Expeditions launched a new Donna Lawrence, the process wildlife sanctuary ought to be totally
Animal Welfare in Tourism begins with supplying a hands off with no guaranteed animal
Code of Conduct, becoming questionnaire to their local partners, sightings, no enclosed areas and no
the first travel company to who visit the site and complete the breeding unless for controlled,
develop a comprehensive policy. Animal Sanctuary Checklist. The scientific release. Anything else is just
The new Code of Conduct results are then forwarded to World degrees of captivity. Yet where wild
incorporates the five universally Animal Protection, who review the release is not part of the sanctuary’s
accepted principles of animal responses and other relevant agenda there is a place for human/
welfare and has been information and provide an animal interaction that allows rewards
formulated in partnership with assessment on whether the for both parties.
World Animal Protection. The company should continue to send
new policy is an industry-leading travellers to the facility. The Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue
step towards integrating animal Centre in Cambodia is an example
welfare with broader responsible Through this process, we expect to of this. In the turtle centre in Phuket
tourism according to Nicola collect information about facilities, many of the turtles the public can
Beynon from World Animal which can be shared with tourism touch are blind or missing flippers and
Protection. companies worldwide so there is a therefore cannot be released into the
sharing portal which will be useful in wild. What results from human
The five-point policy aims to the itinerary planning stages,” Ms interaction with these turtles is often
end the needless suffering of Lawrence said. “Further, those an overwhelming desire to protect the
animals, influence decision facilities that are not meeting the sea and swearing never to use plastic
makers to put animals on the standards of World Animal bags again. Not an altogether bad
global agenda, help the world Protection will receive feedback so outcome.
see how important animals are that they are able to improve and
to all of us, inspire people to adapt to become accepted facility
change animals’ lives for the for travellers to visit.”.”
better, and move the world to
protect animals.

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 13

Cartoon: Ryley Miller 4. AFRICAN ELEPHANT

“What constitutes an Where: Botswana; Serengeti
animal sanctuary will National Park, Tanzania; Kruger
vary widely. A true National Park, South Africa
wildlife sanctuary
ought to be totally Why: The sheer scale of these
hands off.” Roland magnificent creatures is enough to
take your breath away; linger in their
presence and you'll start to
appreciate their social complexities
and tight-knit family bonds. Although
numbers are healthy in protected
areas of southern Africa, overall
numbers are in sharp decline as
poaching continues to take its toll.

So if you do go on an animal expedition here are a dozen 5. BENGAL TIGER
animals ( in no particular order ) you really should see in
the wild before you die, or they disappear. Where: Chitwan National Park,
Nepal; India
1. GIANT PANDA 2. ASIAN ELEPHANT
Why: As elusive as it is magnificent,
Where: Chengdu, Where: Thailand, India, Sri Lanka the largest of all Asian cats
China hypnotises with its sheer beauty and
Why: We are only just quantifying elephants' supreme confidence, a reward for
Why: One of the rarest intelligence but their loyalty and family bonds those patient enough to seek its
animals in the world, have been studied anecdotally in Asia for presence in the wild. The latest
incredibly shy and centuries. One thing is for sure, watching a survey of India's critically
notoriously difficult to family going about their business in the wild is endangered tiger population
see in the wild, the an unforgettable, heart-warming experience. suggests that numbers have
Giant Panda is more recovered slightly to around 2200
likely to be seen at a 3. DOLPHIN individuals.
zoo, in itself a
memorable experience. Where: Oceans everywhere 6. CHEETAH
Adorably cute, these
bamboo-chomping Why: Prodigiously intelligent, entertaining, Where: Throughout eastern and
vegetarians are largely curious and seemingly all-knowing, dolphins central Africa, including Serengeti
solitary, with the female love interacting with humans and are not fazed NP, Tanzania and Namibia.
only fertile for a few by respectful encounters in the wild. They are
days once a year. also great survivors, with pods appearing in Why: To observe these lightning-fast
the most unlikely places such as Hong Kong cats on the hunt is a breathtaking
harbour, the Amazon and the Mekong River. experience, their blistering
acceleration a joy to behold. You'll
also often see them in trees, which
they climb for a better vantage point
and to rest after a kill. Although a
powerful predator, this beautiful
creature is also vulnerable, with its
numbers dwindling to around 8000.

14 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

7. ORANG-UTAN

Where: Malaysia and Indonesian Borneo

Why: These engaging, fascinating animals are
the closest genetically to humans, and therefore
familiar in the way they behave. Wildlife
sanctuaries, rehabilitation centres and rainforest
reserves provide the best viewing opportunities,
with populations taking up residence in trees in
fruit for several days at a time .

8. GRIZZLY BEAR

Where: Alaska, Canada, 10. LEOPARD 12. MOUNTAIN
Yellowstone National Park, USA
Where: sub-Saharan Africa, northeast GORILLA
Why: Despite their cuddly appearance, grizzly Africa, Central Asia, India, and China.
bears are strong, stealthy and indiscriminate Where: Rwanda,
predators, an enduring symbol of the wild Why: Pound for pound, the elusive Uganda
that brings the US National Park system to life. leopard is the strongest of the big cats,
As they often wander near roads in search of hauling its catch up a tree with ease; Why: Observing
food, viewing them is simple though while its grace and stealth on the these magnificent,
demanding of respect and a sound mind. ground is equally mesmerising. critically endangered
Poached for its beautiful skin, the creatures in their
9. KING PENGUIN leopard has vanished from half of its high-altitude
historic range in Africa, and is now mountain forest
Where: Antarctica; Tierra del Fuego, listed as a 'vulnerable' species. homes requires effort
Argentina and patience, a
11. GIANT SEATORTOISE privilege that will
Why: Dignified, handsome and just a little leave an indelible
comical, these Happy Feet favourites are the Where: Galapagos Islands impression. Up close,
best excuse ever to visit Antarctica. The they are intimidating
second-largest penguin, it lives in dense Why: Weighing up to 400kg, these yet absolutely
colonies with hundreds of thousands of birds ancient, cumbersome creatures are a enthralling, truly a
packed onto barren beaches and valleys away freak of nature, evolving to their giant reflection of our own
from snow and ice. King Penguins carry their size due to their island isolation. Being humanity.
eggs on their feet, being shuffled from one such slow-moving creatures, they
parent to the other during the 55-day make the perfect photo opportunity.
incubation period.

My photo CLICK
session... HERE

SMILE! Big
dogs rock!!!!

Dancer Great Dane x 18mths 32kgs Male Sponsor:“To help him find a happy home just like Napoleons!” Jackson

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

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This is the story of how a kind and patient foster family changed a little dog’s life around….

WHISKEY OLD DOG - NEW TRICKS!

gradually transform the
experience of encountering
other dogs to a positive
one. It takes time and
patience. Actually Whiskey
looked scared or even
frustrated at not being able
to get close to other dogs
rather than aggressive.

So how did he progress?

The progress was minimal

until after 2 months, a dog

walker I met everyday in

the neighbourhood who

was always asking me from

the other side of the road

how Whiskey was going

suggested to get her 2

“ Whiskey ( pictured with Teo a very placid 12 year old Golden Retriever ) is Schnauzers and Whiskey
an 8yr old Cairn Terrier with the most adorable little face!” Caroline close for the 1st time.
And then, that was it!

When did you start fostering FOSTER CARE They sniffed each other, all dogs
Whiskey? We took Whiskey in received a treat for good behaviour
foster care just before Christmas What sort of training did you give and Whiskey was transformed in this
and I can say this has been great to to Whiskey? When I picked him up I well behaved, social little mutt! I was
see him come out of his shell, relax was encouraged to contact Ceallai, elated! Since then, there has been
and enjoy meeting other dogs. the dog trainer to help with training no more problems when walking
which I did. Ceallai came to my Whiskey past other dogs on the lead.
I was told when I chose to foster house and we went with Whiskey for
him that he had a problem with on a walk so she could observe him and Was there any other aspects of
lead aggression and Monika was gave me instructions to help with the his training that needed work?
very clear that he would require lots on lead aggression. What Ceallai Whiskey wanted to sleep on our bed
of training so I committed to really told me was very much the opposite at night and even burrow under our
applying myself to help Whiskey of what anyone would naturally do. doona which we did not like. A friend
with his issue. He had been adopted suggested I used a crate to teach
previously and returned after 2 Basically, when meeting other dogs him some boundaries while allowing
months and I was determined not which triggers the aggressive to still be close to us which he
to repeat this traumatic experience. behaviour, rather than say No, obviously needed. So we got him
We also have our family dog, Teo, shorten the lead to rein him in and used to sleeping in the house during
a 12 year-old placid and very well get stressed in the process, you the day, in his basket in the cage,
behaved golden retriever and was keep at distance from other dogs door open then put the crate in our
hoping his good nature would rub making sure they are seen by your bedroom, next to the bed, door
off on Whiskey. dog, say YES and give him treats to closed, which he accepted. In under
2 weeks we were able to get this

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cumbersome crate out of our Whiskey with new Mum & Foster Mum
bedroom and have Whisky sleeping
in his basket on the floor, next to our
bed.

What can you tell us about your
experience fostering Whiskey?
We believe that at any age, with
time and with the appropriate
techniques, a dog can be taught
new tricks. Whiskey is 8 years old,
however, he learned in 1 day how to
use the cat flap to go in the garden,
he learned in 2 weeks to sleep in his
basket at night and he learned in 2
months how to interact with other
dog in a friendly manner.

Your advice for a new foster carer acclimatising it to its new home. The family buy we have fulfilled our role
would be? If you decide to foster or volunteers at Monika’s are so as foster parents and will always
adopt a dog, give the dog and resourceful so communicating think about him with love.
yourself plenty of time to adjust to with them for advice as how to better
each other and time for the dog to settle your new dog can really help. Caroline
adjust to its new environment. It We feel very grateful for their help.
may be a good idea to have some Whiskey is now the hottest doggie for Email: [email protected]
time off when the dog arrives in your adoption! We will be very sad to let
home so you can concentrate on him go but when he finds his forever For more information on becoming
a DoggieRescue Foster Carer.

DOGGY DAY SPA

“ Do it yourself ”

www.pawsonthecoast.com.au

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HAVE FUN - GET FIT - ADOPT A MATE!

1 2 34

5 678

9 10 11 12
1. Bowser Red Cattle x 5yrs Male Sponsor: With thanks to DoggieRescue’s hardworking laundry volunteers!
2. Archer Kelpie x Ridgeback 7mths Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our rescue dog Penny!” Stephanie
3. Barnaby Cattle Dog x Foxy 11yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of my little Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison
4. Taree Cattle x Dingo 2yrs 15kgs Female Sponsor: “Love from Ruby & Pompey!” John Kinninmont
5. Blaze Cattle x Staffy 2yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Sam!” Valerie Rodgers
6. Speckles Cattle x Corgi 7yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “Love your big smile - keep your chin up!” Sam & Joy
7. Joey Kelpie x Foxy 5yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lily Biesler!” Grey & Amy
8. Ember Kelpie x Shepherd 1yr 18kgs Female Sponsor:“Happy home soon! Rosemarie, Monica & Justine
9. Bessie Border Collie x Husky 6yrs 19.5kgs Female Sponsor: With lots of love from Shona & Narice
10. Courtney Kelpie x Italian Greyhound 1yr Female Sponsor: With lots of love from Breanna
11. Pepper Kelpie x B/Collie 2yrs 19.5kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of my dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
12. Dusty Kelpie x Corgi 3yrs 10.8kgs Male Sponsor:“ For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling

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Breed: Cattle Dog x

HELP BOWIE TO RUN AGAINAge: 5mths Sex: Female

Our little girl Bowie (only 5 Sponsor: With lots of love from
months old) came to us Tilly,Jasper & Karen
from the pound with an old
injury in her hip. It looks Thank you for showing your support and sending love to little Bowie!
like she was a victim of a Donate Now via https://give.everydayhero.com/au/help-bowie-run-again
car accident and
unfortunately her injuries
were never treated…

Bowie underwent a
complicated specialist
orthopaedic surgery with
the amazing Dr David
Lidbetter on the 3/03/16.
She will be staying at The
Cottage Animal Hospital
for a few days to manage
her pain, and for post
operative care. She is so
young and the injury was
old and untreated when
she found herself in the
pound. She is on the road
to recovery now.

Winston (below ) was scared, very emaciated and almost blind due to cataracts when he came from the pound.
Thanks to Dr Kelly Caruso he has vision and the operation was successful. Winston is doing amazingly
well. He had a pressure spike post-surgery in his eyes which has settled down perfectly. To donate visit
https://give.everydayhero.com/au/help-winston-and-selma-to-see-again#/

Winston Jack Russell x 8yrs 7.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ On behalf of our beloved sweet Josie!” Liz May

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2.
1. 3.

4. 5. 6.
7. & 8.
IT’S
AUTUMN

Autumn is here and
it’s a great time for
walks in the park
while the gentle cool
breezes blow the
leaves around, and
for a snuggle with
your new best friend!

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9. & 10. IT’S AUTUMN

CLICK 1. Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs 6kgs Male
HERE Sponsor: “May you find the love of
your life soon!” Marg Iveson
13.
2. Jaxson Spaniel x Spitz 9yrs 6kgs
Male Sponsor: “ Good things come to
those who wait!” from Jody Redler

3. Maxwell Jack Russell x 6yrs 8.9kgs
Male Sponsor: “Just’ cause you’re
such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo

4. Pip Squeak Maltese x 8yrs Male
Sponsor:“In loving memory of dear
Sammy!” Fred & Teena Wratten

11. 12. 5. Button Wiry Terrier x 8yrs 8kgs

Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of
Pebbles!” Love from Sigrid Lublow

6. Squall Foxy x 6yrs 9.4kgs Male
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Tia
& Ian!” Paul & Kathryn & Muffin

7. & 8. Fennel Chihuahua x Mini Foxy
6mths Male & Spice Mini Foxy x
Chihuahua 2yrs Female ( mother &
son )Sponsors: Linda, Pat & Pee Wee
& remembering Robbie & “A loving
forever home soon!” Patsy Wills

9. & 10. Angelique Mini Foxy x 6yrs
3kgs Female & Bert Chihuahua x
10yrs 7kgs Male ( bonded pair )
Sponsors: “ In loving memory of
Frankie!” Abel Coelho & “Sending
lots of love! ” Ruth Wall

11. Sparkle Wiry Terrier x 4yrs 5kgs
Female Sponsor: From the students
at the Sydney School of English

14. 12. Dre Whippet x 3yrs 10.3kgs Male

Sponsor: “ Hoping you find a happy
home very soon!” Mike Jamieson

13. Bean Foxy x 6yrs Male Sponsor:
“ Wishing Bean good luck!” Jodie
Finch

14. Seb Jack Russell x 3yrs 12kgs
Male Sponsor: “ Sending lots of love
from Oxy!” John Kinninmont

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Must love dogs ~ TABBY CATS ~

HOW Tabby cats are spotted
CUTE! and striped

Frederick Tabby cats are just
Kelpie x 7yrs awfully nice
Male Sponsor:
“ Just ‘cause You haven’t got Tabby cat
you’re such a -why haven't you?
good boy!”
Jane & Romeo If you have one then...
why not have two!!!

If you have two then you
could have a few...

Tabby cats, I have three -
how many do you?

FETA IS PURRFECT!

Feta is a charming young female kitty, very friendly and gentle
with people and other kitties. SHE IS ALSO DOG FRIENDLY!
She is happy being patted and told how pretty she is, a play and

then it’s siesta time. Sponsor: Lesley Cansdell, with love...

CHIPPY’S JOKE:

WHAT STAYS IN THE CORNER YET CAN
TRAVEL ALL OVER THE WORLD?
A stamp!!!!!! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Hi Fans, • I MUST not growl at Dad
when he wakes me up with his
I always sleep in Mum & Dad’s bed. It snoring—Mum already does that.
was not meant to be this way ( Dad
was firm!!) but I have gradually • When Dad gets up to go to the
worked myself into a great spot. In bathroom it is NOT A GOOD IDEA
the cold weather I have found the to take his place in the bed.
best place to sleep is between Mum &
Dad—I love to snuggle right in but oh, • It is NOT OKAY to sleep spread
those do’s and dont’s… eagled on Mum & Dad’s pillows, even
though that’s my favorite spot!!!

• After I go out to wee, if I Since Fish ( our cat & my sister ) joined the
accidentally wet my feet ( I’m family to sleep in MY bed too Mum says
• old—it happens!!) I MUST not there is no room for Dad any longer. So
Featuring star ex DR jump straight into bed. Daddy is buying a BIGGER bed...Does that
doggie Chippy Pizzey & • mean we can get another dog? I must ask
his pearl’s of wisdom... I MUST not flea Mum & Dad in Mum….C/U Chips
their sleep ( I was only trying to
help groom them!!) WHAT A CLEVER DOGGIE—click here!!!
http://www.youtube.com/embed
I MUST not lick myself /PztO-OvzRyg?rel=0
( especially my privates ) and
then lick Mum & Dad’s face…

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We wouldn’t
give up Terry
for the world!

BY THE WILLIAMS FAMILY

Thank you to Monika & her team for helping Terry find his forever family.

Hi Kids, with him straight away, he was shy, skinny and too scared to walk.
We carried him parts of the way and when he licked our faces it
Right now it feels like Terry has been a melted our hearts. Two months had passed and it seemed like mum
part of our family forever, he is a bit still hadn’t gotten over his big, brown puppy-dog eyes. Mum tried to
bonkers but he fits right in. It’s been deny it because we already had a rescue dog, but eventually we
almost 8 weeks since he has moved in booked an appointment at the end of the holidays.
and we already love him to pieces.
Our whole family got to meet Terry, as well as Lizzie, our other dog.
We first met Terry when mum and I were He was her favourite dog by far and now they make a very funny
on a guide camp next to Monika’s Doggie boyfriend and girlfriend. It was clear that Terry was just perfect for
Rescue, we managed to find the time to us and we adopted him right there. We love having Terry around
go and walk a dog and guess who they and we love that we could take over from Monika’s loving care.
brought out on his lead? We fell in love
Even though Terry seems a bit loopy and cheeky, he can still get
away with anything thanks to those eyes. Terry now has walks
everyday, he has a little teddy bear, blanket and an adoring family.

Spike Wiry Terrier 1yr Squiggles Maltese x 8yrs Tim Chihuahua x 4yrs Snoopy Maltese x 6yrs
Male Sponsor: “ Big hugs Male Sponsor:“In loving Male Sponsor:“ In loving 5kgs Male Sponsor: The
to a sweet boy, keep memory of our dear Edie!” memory of Rusty, Tasha Neutral Bay School of
smiling!” Gail & Nelson Mary Jean Scroope & Sam!” Robert Nauta Dance, with lots of love...

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FEATURING 12 SWEET & GENTLE

GOLDEN OLDIES

Buttercup Foxy 11yrs Claude Poodle x 10yrs ❤Monte Maltese x 12yrs Jane Foxy x 15yrs 11kgs
Female Sponsor: With lots 7kgs Male Sponsor: “A gift Female Sponsor:“I’d adopt
of love from the 4 Kane from our beloved Markey!” Male Sponsor: With ex her in a heartbeat - she’s
Kitties Robert & Chris DR doggie Jerry, Lucy & divine!” Barbara Holdsworth
humans Maya & Willie

Papi Maltese x 12yrs Coral Jack Russell x 10yrs Kate Foxy x 12yrs Linda Maltese x 3kgs Female
6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“In Sponsor:“In loving memory of
loving memory of all my 11.2kgs Female Sponsor: 8.2kgs Female Sponsor: Banjo & Clancy!” Mummy &
woofs!” Susan Carovigno Daddy, Molly, Mabel & Henry
“Must be your turn soon!” “In loving memory of

Love, Hughie Wray Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

Mr. Bojangles Sheltie x Jip Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs Cleveland Corgi x Cattle Bobby Maltese x 15yrs
10yrs Male Sponsor:“In Male Sponsor:“ In loving 10yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor: 7.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ In
loving memory of Connor memory of my friend “In loving memory of Ralph, loving memory of our dear
& Polly!” The Browns Salvatore!” Antoinette Floyd & Steffie!” Verena Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

“BLESSED IS THE PERSON WHO HAS EARNED THE LOVE OF AN OLD DOG”
SUPPORT A GOLDEN OLDIE— https://hub.benojo.com/campaigns/5673741fbfb9551100afaa47

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“The moment I went on Monika’s website, I fell in love with a little
senior white dog with the most beautiful eyes I’d ever seen.”
Natalia, Proud Foster Mum

Neville By
Natalia
Siam

Hello Readers, Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Connor
I read Neville’s story on Monika’s internet site and realized what a & Polly!” the Browns
fighter he was. I knew that I couldn’t leave the website without
inquiring about him. The day I first took Neville home I realized it
was the best decision I had ever made. Almost immediately my
motherly instincts came through and I wanted to lift his sprits and
give him a happy environment to thrive in. I think one of the
proudest moments I have felt as a foster mother for a senior pet is
when I saw how fast Neville was improving. Within two weeks we
managed to potty train him, all the skin irritations under his fur
cleared and his walk (which before was a waddle) has improved
to being able to run just as good as any other young dog.

When I found out Neville was deaf I had to come up with my own “Out & about with my lovely foster Mum– don’t
sign language to be able to communicate with him. Now, Neville I look fabulous in my red bow tie?” Neville
can distinguish the commands come and treat! In Thailand I have
raised two puppies into senior-hood so I can confidently say that
Neville (estimated age 15) still thinks he is a puppy. He runs
around, plays with all the children on the beach and has been
nicknamed the ‘king of Bondi’ by shop owners in the area that he
visits on his walks. Even though Neville has no teeth I swear I
almost see him smiling. Lots of love, Natalia Siam and Neville

SO WHY DID I FOSTER A

‘SENIOR’ DOG?

1. One of the reasons I will always foster a senior dog Love my boy! Neville using my lap top...
is the majority of them are extremely calm, can
learn new tricks easily and you can tell they really
appreciate every little act of kindness you give.

2. Every year 27,000 cats and dogs are euthanized in Australia, many of which are seniors due to the belief
that nobody would adopt them. I’m extremely proud to say that Neville will never be a part of that statistic.

3. If you really want to know what it feels like to save a life, and don’t know where you’ll be in 10 years time,
foster caring for an elderly doggie is a beautiful way to give back to those who love us more than they love
themselves.

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 ADORABLE DOGGIES 9 YEARS AND OVER...

1 2 33 4

56 7 8

9 10 11 12

EVERY DOG IS SPECIAL & DESERVES LOVE... BUT OLDER DOGS ARE— EXTRA SPECIAL!!!

1. Faith Westie x 13yrs 4.2kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins
2. Mr. Spok Mini Foxy 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
3. Tom Maltese x Poodle 8yrs 5.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck!” P. Tew
4. Bruce Mini Pinscher 11yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: “ Love and luck being sent your way!” Convert Advertising
5. Gramps Maltese x 15yrs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck in finding a home!” P. Tew
6. Celene Maltese x Mini Foxy 10yrs 4.1kgs Female Celene is blind Sponsor:“ Wishing you luck!” Sylvia Raye
7. Jasmine Foxy x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my husband Les, who loves animals!” Noreen
8. Floppy Maltese x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear little Elle!” from Bill & Joan Collins
9. Ralph Maltese x 12yrs 6.2kgs Male Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good luck this year finding a home!” P. Tew
10. Husk Pomeranian x 12yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our beautiful Fantasia!” Emma Curtin
11. Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy
12.Troy Jack Russell x Terrier 12yrs 8.4kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from [email protected]

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ADOPT ME! MEET 12 SWEET DOGGIES 5-8 YEARS OLD...

1 2 34

5 67 8

9 10 11 12

NOT TOO YOUNG… NOT TOO OLD— WE’RE JUST PERFECT, SO WE HAVE BEEN TOLD!!!!

1. Giles Aussie Terrier x 8yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: George Coleman & family
2. Christine Foxy x 6yrs Female Sponsors: “In loving memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah
3. Gunther Jack Russell x I/Greyhound 6yrs 6.9kgs Male Sponsors: “For Annabel, Suzie & Mitzie!” Maureen
4. Selma Shih Tzu x 8yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
5. Sweetpea Foxy x 5yrs Female Sponsor: From the Students at the Sydney School of English
6. Goldilocks Tibetan Spaniel x 6yrs Female Sponsor: “In memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
7. Cookie 3 Italian Greyhound x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Tia & Ian!” Kathryn, Paul & Muffin
8. Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Harry!” Malki & Chandra
9. Hugo Maltese x Poodle 8yrs 8.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ Best wishes for finding a happy home!” Tyerell Allen
10. Lancelot Siberian x Collie 6yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Otto & ex ex DR doggie Rohan!” Gail
11. Charlie Mini Pinscher x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ My fingers are crossed for a forever home!” Meaghan
12. Nash Jack Russell x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ It’s your turn next!” Nicole Van du Gard, with love.

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FEATURING ON THESE TWO PAGES...

24 HOMELESS DOGGIES

Lil Chrissy Staffy x Boxer Benette Mastiff x 4yrs Shirotan Pomeranian x Angel English Staffy x
4yrs 7.5kgs Male Sponsor: 2yrs 14.2kgs Female
20wks Female Sponsor: Female Sponsor: “ From Erin Kramer – German x Sponsor: “ Wishing you
Danish Aussie, female, 34 good luck!” Lucy Hortense
“A happy home soon!” our family of two dogs!”

Lochie, Melinda & Brett Lisa & Greg

Shirley Terrier x 2yrs Skip Foxy x 3yrs 8kgs Saffy Maltese x 8yrs Cup Cake Terrier x 6yrs
Female Sponsor: “ In Male Sponsor:“In loving Female Sponsor: “ In Female Sponsor: “ You
loving memory of Scamp!” memory of Sybil & Jed, 2 loving memory of dear have a sponsor family, you
Helen Ingold strays!” Janet & Richard Crunchie!” Cathy Beer are loved!” Fred & Annie

Andy Rottweiler x 2yrs Tilly Pomeranian x 5yrs Daisy English Staffy x Russell Silky Terrier x
Male Sponsor: “ For all my Female Sponsor: “ In loving 6yrs Female Sponsor: 10yrs Male Sponsor: “For
precious dogs -Suzie, memory of Lucy!” Elizabeth “ Keep smiling you cutie!” the lovely Lily & the joyous
Annabel & Mitzi!” Maureen Lynch Darren Needham-Walker Jenna!” Lisa Kane

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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UNABLE TO COMMIT TO ADOPTION?

WHY NOT FOSTER A DOGGIE!

Axle Jack Russell x 7yrs Marbles Foxy x Wiggles Maltese x 4yrs Pippa Jack Russell x 4yrs
Male Sponsor: “ Hoping 4kgs Female Sponsor:
you find your soul mate Chihuahua 5yrs 5kgs Male 4.5kgs Male Sponsor: “Our “ She’d make a beautiful
soon!” Lesley Candsell friend!” Claire & Michael
Sponsor: “ In loving memory ex DR doggie Woody’s way

of Ricky!” Malki & Chandra of saying thanks!” Tracy

Luna Foxy x 1yr Female Bubbles Jack Russell x Pickles Jack Russell x Cheddar Tenterfield
Sponsor: “ With lots of 7yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: 9yrs Male Sponsor:“To Terrier 8yrs 6kgs Male
love to Emma, Jesse & “ For my rescue dogs Nela help him to find a home!” Sponsor: Lots of love from
Mary!” from Uncle Sam & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling Love from Julie McCann Susan Cassidy

Aladdin Jack Russell x Harold Terrier 10yrs Willow Kelpie x 6yrs Chuck Jack Russell x 4yrs
2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: 6.7kgs Male Sponsor: “ In Female Sponsor: “The life 10kgs Male Sponsor: “In
“Just ’cause you’re such a loving memory of our dear you deserve starts now!” loving memory of Ralph,
good boy!” Jane & Romeo Elle!” Joan & Bill Collins Barbara Holdsworth Floyd & Steffie!” Verena

Want to learn more about what our FOSTER CARE PROGRAM entails? If so please go to
DoggieRescue’s website for more details: http://www.doggierescue.com/fosteradog.htm

30 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

WHAT DOG IS • Do you or members of
THE RIGHT your family have no or
ONE FOR ME limited experience
being around dogs
but you would love to

adopt/foster one?

Compiled by Corinne Daw

There are so many doggies waiting at DoggieWood to meet their forever family and all of them
have different personalities and needs. Which one is the perfect match for your family?

DOGGIE EXPERIENCE PROGRAM

DoggieRescue runs a “Doggie Experience Program” time you come to gain some dog handling skills and
where you can come with your family and walk our dogs learn a bit more about how all dogs are different. Some
prior to an adoption appointment! You can even keep a might pull and be very adventurous on their walk
record of all the dogs your family have walked and what wanting to sniff everything, meet everyone etc. and
your experiences were with these dogs. We suggest you others might be just too scared, timid or shy to leave
come at least 4-5 times and walk at least 2 dogs each the place where they know it and where they feel safe,
some might not even know how to walk on a lead!

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Here is an adopters story...By Edward Ip

My family and I have always loved dogs but never felt we had adequate time
to care for one, but now that I recently retired we all felt this would be a great
opportunity to share some of our family warmth with a rescue doggy.

We came across the Doggie Rescue website when searching for options for
where to adopt a dog. We filled out the form on the website and sent an
email to Monika not really knowing the process. She phoned us back and
explained that since we did not have any dog experience, it would be best for
our family to come down and walk the dogs to get to know what handling a
dog would be like before we talked about adoption. We took that advice on
board and felt it was the right thing to do next as not to jump in blindly. On
our first visit to the shelter we walked 2 dogs, Jeremy and Pippi and found as
expected each dog had their own personality and that love and patience
would be needed. The staff were quite helpful as we did not know the
procedure involved, everyone there just whole-heartedly cared for the dogs.

We came to walk the dogs 3 weekends in a row and really enjoyed the
experience. It grew our confidence in handling a dog and cemented our
family's love of dogs. We knew it was not a spur of the moment decision to
care for a dog and be it’s forever home.

We emailed Monika some candidates and
she phoned back giving her recommendation
and then booked in a day to meet the dogs.

We met Stockings and it pretty much was
love at first sight. He was very calm, loved
his pats and cuddles but looked most
excited when we opened the car door and he
pretty much lunged in. Monika suggested we
take him out to lunch and have some
bonding time outside the shelter so we
went . He was very well behaved and
seemed so ecstatic about the car ride that
we knew he was it.

A staff member helped fill out the adoption
papers and went through some very helpful
advice for our first time dog owning family.
The best piece of advice she gave us was
that our dog's behaviour may change after
he has settled in and things that he didn't
seem to do at first, he might start doing.

Page 30 dogs are….Pebbles and Bam Bam Chihuahua x ( bonded sisters who would love a home together )
1 year old and both females. Sponsor: Pebbles— “ Wishing you a very Happy 47th birthday Ray!” Nilawati
Sudiarta. Sponsor : Bam Bam - “ For the lovely Lilly & joyous Jenna!” Lots of love from Lisa Kane

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We took Stockings home, let him settle with my wife. He gets dinner when we My life is simply
and have renamed him Holsten. And have dinner, then lots of cuddles on amazing...
that previous advice rang so true. He the sofa as we watch TV and he curls
was so quiet and calm in the first week up beside us and sleeps. MAX BURTON
but as he got more and more
comfortable a few behavioural issues We learned that he will do anything - PAPANIDIS
started to emerge. We are aware of and everything if food is involved. He
these issues and we are actively loves sun baking and naps on the INTERVIEWED
teaching and correcting them. sofa. He isn't too interested in his toys
but is getting use to a game of fetch. If I wasn’t me I’d like to
His daily routine now is a 4-5km jog in He loves car rides but most of all he be - my brother Alfie!!!!
the morning with me then breakfast loves to chase flies. We have had him
and a long nap in the sun. Some basic about a month now and as a family we I wish I could - control my
command training after lunch with my feel it was one the best decisions amazingly long legs a bit
daughter then a good afternoon walk we've ever made. better so I don’t thwack
people in the head when I’m
So don’t let inexperience deter you from the wonderful joys of owning a dog. Our trying to show them how
shelter is open Tue-Sun from 11am – 3.30pm for Doggie Experience Program. much I love them.
There is no need to call just pop in and ask for a dog to walk. Please wear some
closed in shoes for your safety and bring your IDs so you can register as new My nickname is – Maxiemoo
volunteers. If under 18 years you must be accompanied by an adult at all times. when I’m being cute and
Maximillian when I’m being
Please let us know if you would like to participate in our “Doggie more sophisticated.
Experience Program” . Call 9486-3133 for more information.
My greatest achievement
so far is – Well, Mum says
I have not had an inside
“accident” since I arrived at
my new home. But I thought it
was a bit impolite to mention
that in a family magazine.

My happiest moments are -
running around the dog park
like an Olympic sprinter and
cuddling on the bed...

I often wonder- why birds
continue to fly over my
territory when they know I
really don’t like it.

When I heard I was to star
in DoggieRescue magazine
I – felt so excited because it
would give me the chance to
thank Monika and all the
wonderful people at Doggie
Rescue for keeping me safe.

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It took a while but I was
finally trained – to sit - don’t
know why I had problems
with that????

I hate to whine but – Alfie
being a bit younger, and
naughtier, sometimes
interferes with the smooth
running of the house. I’m not
a dobber but look at him
stealing that rubber glove in
the photo and you know it’s
not the first time.

My tail wags most when –
Alfie and I jump on Mum and
Dad’s bed in the morning for
our daily cuddle.

If I impersonated a famous
star I’d be - someone tall,
dark and handsome like
Hugh Jackman or Johnny
Depp (but not when he was
Captain Sparrow).

My Family say I have
taught them to - know that
after losing 2 gorgeous
Rhodesian Ridgebacks girls,
love comes back in the
shape of 2 amazing Kelpie
boys.

The benefits of adopting
TWO dogs are - a more
balanced life for everyone,
more fun to be had and not
so much worry about anyone
being lonely or bored.

At 2AM in the morning I
like to - sleep. Alfie on the
other hand is sometimes
keen to show off his tennis
ball and Olympic sprinting
skills.

My favourite place in the
world is – with my family
because then I know
everything is ok.

Gotta go now...parkies!!!!

34 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE News & gossip
direct from the
SMILES of the month…. dog’s mouth...

Iris Foxy x Whippet 6yrs 7.6kgs Female Myself and 3 friends are taking part in The 2016 Sydney Morning
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our sweet Herald Half Marathon this year and we thought who better to raise
Macy girl!” from Susan Dorahy money for than Doggie Rescue! We love what you do and hope to
support in any way possible. Thanks again:) Jacinda ( pictured
above with other runner Alice & DR doggies Olive & Archer.)

https://smh2016halfmarathon.everydayhero.com /au/alice-1

POUND PET Blacktown Animal Holding Facility

Impounding: IMP-16-01018

Cynthia Maltese x 5yrs Female Kirra Staffy x 6-8yrs Female A lovely, friendly girl. To meet me email
Sponsor: “It will be a lucky family who Animal Rehoming Officer [email protected]
adopts you!” Rachel & Andrew

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 35

Our beautiful girl Gypsy MARTY & MARGY SEEM
has been fostered by VERY MUCH A PAIR...
one of our experienced
carers who has fostered
dogs for us before.
Happy Days:)

Gypsy Kelpie x I’ve been
Shepherd 5yrs fostered

18.3kgs Female

Sponsor:“Forever home

is next!” Freddie Martin

FACEBOOK FAVOURITES…
https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

Marty Foxy x 8yrs Male & Margy Foxy
x 9yrs Female look very much alike—
even to their feet and stance...Is it
possible that they are mother & son?

Sponsor’s are :Marty:“ In loving memory
of Minnie!” Marika Camilleri & Margy:
Sponsor:“Just ’cause you’re such a
good girl!” Jane & Romeo

Champ is missing a back foot
but does not let it get him down.

Ruby (our back page pet) is a Kelpie x Shar Pei 18mths &
Tanami Kelpie x Shepherd 18mths is her sister. (bonded
pair) Sponsors: “A sweetie who melts your heart!” Kylee-Jan
Ervine & “In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

HAPPY CATCHING UP WITH JOHNO
BIRTHDAY
This old man... Johno. Bless him.
One of Monika's special needs Champ Pomeranian x 8yrs Male
bubs. He has so much love in his Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Evie &
heart , it's hard to comprehend Poppy & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
why someone could mistreat him
once . 17 years and still going
strong:) Belinda York

36 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

It is a fact that over 27,000 ABANDONED PETS ( that is the LGA &
RSCPA figure from NSW alone ) were EUTHANIZED in 2013/2014

Jim Mini Foxy x Italian Hobbit Chihuahua x 3yrs Quinn Jack Russell x Skittles Tibetan Spaniel x
Greyhound 9yrs Male 4kgs Male Sponsor: “ He Kelpie 5-6yrs 9.7kgs 5yrs Male Sponsor:“A
Sponsor: “In loving memory would be perfect for anyone Female Please sponsor me happy home is coming very
of Elle!” Malki & Chandra with a heart!” Beth and help me find a home. soon!” from Kylie Gray

Mr. Magoo Mini Foxy x Dezzy Maltese x 3yrs Turtle Labrador x 2yrs Beetroot Foxy x 4yrs
7-8yrs Male Sponsor: “ In 5kgs Male Sponsor: “From Male Sponsor: “ In loving Male Sponsor:“ In loving
loving memory Heidi & ex DR dogs Kipling, Digby memory of Roger, Rover memory of beautiful
Libby!”Judith Lynch & Marlow!” Catherine & Ross!” Elizabeth Atticus!” Lucy Chong

Cole Border Terrier x Spud Foxy x 3yrs 7kgs Squirtle Jack Russell x Nikita Corgi x Sheltie 8yrs
4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: Male Sponsor:“To help you 3yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: 9.8kgs Female Sponsor:“ A
“He needs kindness, love start a new life with a “Hope you find a special loving home is coming very
& time!”Janice, Volunteer family!” Desi Hendrawen family!” Rachel & Andrew soon!” Tony Suters

VIDEO EVERYONE SHOULD Puppy farmers grow rich in the pet industry breeding
SEE : CLICK HERE and selling puppies to pet shops and over the internet
when there are simply not enough homes for them all.

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 37

All these dogs are RESCUED but many more, just as
deserving as these, are waiting in pounds with no hope….

Dodger Mini Foxy x 5yrs Rex Schnauzer x Terrier Bailey Jack Russell x Pug Barry Corgi x 7yrs
6kgs Male Sponsor:“A 1yr 10kgs Male Sponsor: 1yr 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: 16kgs Male Sponsor:
forever home soon!” Love “I’m on the trail of a loving “ It’s in the giving that we “For our Rainbow Bridge
from Janelle Wooldridge home!” Lyb Semple receive! ” Royce Milmlow Mob!” Colleen & Ron

Leo Maltese x 3yrs Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy Rossco Foxy x J/Russell
5.4kgs Male Sponsor: 8yrs Female Sponsor: 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:
“ Wishing you very good “A gift from our beloved “ In memory of Rusty &
luck!” P.Tew Maxwell!” Robert & Chris Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

Angus Aussie Terrier x
5yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:
“Wishing you a happy
home!” Lesley Cansdell

Harry Terrier x 6yrs Penny Great Dane x Tetley Mini Foxy x 8yrs
5.4kgs Male Sponsor:“To Shepherd 1yr 30kgs 4kgs Male Sponsor: “ With
give you a much better Female Sponsor: Sending love from Gunter & family!”
chance!” Joan & John love from Lisa Suters Rhonda & Brett

IF YOU ADOPT OR FOSTER A DR DOGGIE YOU CLICK Jax Labrador x Border
HELP SAVE ANOTHER POUND DOG’S LIFE! HERE! Collie 2yrs 17.5kgs Male
Sponsor:“A faithful friend
4ever!” Wendy McCathie

38 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Featuring Dr. Deirdre Clack from The Cottage Animal Hospital
www.thecottageanimalhositpal.com Phone: 9890 7220

“ I don't think this is ever an easy topic and I'm not sure there are hard
and fast rules... It's something we are asked often as Veterinarians
and I think Dr Roark's article ( partly reproduced below ) is one of
the best I have read.” Dee

BY DR. ANDY ROARK | APRIL 16, 2013 Is Life a Joy or a Drag?

Remember that pets live in the moment. One of Our pets may not be able to tell us how they are doing,
the most wonderful things about animals is how they but if we pay close attention, there are many clues that
embrace the present. Every time I walk into my house, can help us answer that question.
my faithful Vizsla throws a one-dog ticker tape parade.
The fact that I have entered the house thousands of times Good Days vs. Bad: When pets have “good days
before, or that I will leave again in a few hours, means and bad days,” it can be difficult to see how their
nothing. All that matters to him is the joy he feels right condition is progressing over time. Actually tracking the
now. days when your pet is feeling good as well as the days
when he or she is not feeling well can be helpful. A
When our pets are suffering, they don’t reflect on all the check mark for good days and an X for bad days on
great days they have had before, or ponder what the your calendar can help you determine when a loved
future will bring. All they know is how they feel today. By one is having more bad days than good.
considering this perspective, we can see the world more
clearly through their eyes. And their eyes are what matter. • Pet Hospice Journal: Keeping a
journal of your pet’s condition,
Ask yourself important questions - Sometimes, behavior, appetite, etc., can be
articulating or writing down your thoughts can make extremely valuable in evaluating
the right path more apparent. Some questions that quality of life over time.
help pet owners struggling with this decision include:
The Rule of “Five Good Things”:
1. Why do I think it might be time to euthanize?
Pick the top five things that your pet loves to do. Write
2. What are my fears and concerns about them down. When he or she can no longer do three or
euthanizing? more of them, quality of life has been impacted to a
level where many veterinarians would recommend
3. Whose interests, besides those of my pet, am I euthanasia. Measure their quality of life. This is no
taking into account? more than trying to determine how good or bad our
pet’s life is at this moment. Trying to assess this can
4. What are the concerns of the people be difficult, but there are some ways you can try and
around me? evaluate it.

5. Am I making this decision because it is best for Remember, in what has to be the hardest decision of
my pet, or because it is best for me because I’m all, to think of your pet’s suffering and their quality
not ready to let go? of life and not to prolong that life because you
simply cannot bring yourself “To Say Goodbye” ….

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 39

VALE LILY Stephanie has recently Dear DoggieRescue,
( was Marina) adopted Kim from DR
We just wanted to let you know
“For the very short that Lily (formerly Marina), who
time she was with we adopted just last month,
us, she changed passed away today. We found
out two weeks ago that she had
us forever.” Meningitis, she fought so hard,
but her body slowly shut down.
Stephanie D’Souza We are heartbroken, she was
so loved, such a beautiful girl.
We miss her so much already.

We are grateful to Monika for
saving her and bringing her into
our lives and it is comforting to
know that others at Doggie
Rescue loved her and will miss
her too.. Stephanie

MEET EIGHT BRAND NEW FACES NOW WITH COMMITTED SPONSORS….

1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. 8.

1. Elvis Shih Tzu x 10yrs Male Sponsor:“Hoping 2016 isn’t too ruff and a family adopt you soon!” Andrew Larke
2. Winnie Schnauzer x 4yrs Female Sponsor:“Sending you lots of love for a happy home!” Jane and her fur kids
3. Norman Toy Moodle 10yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of my boys Jakkson & Jack! ” Gina Carovigno
4. Ashton Australian Silky x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “Sending love from Jamie & Rosie!” Pat Broderick
5. Olive Cattle x Staffy 2yrs Female Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re such a good girl!” Jane and Romeo
6. Delilah German Shepherd x Cattle Dog 5yrs Female Sponsor:“Hope you find a home!” Convert Advertising
7. Jack Foxy x 5yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Jessica!” Honey, Bonnie & Marti their Mum
8. Ariel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck!” P. Tew

40 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

WHAT IS A POUND?

Compiled by Corinne Daw

I googled “what is a pound?” and what came up the most was that a pound is a place for LOST AND FOUND
PETS. A place where they are cared for until they are claimed and reunited with their owners but in reality the fact is
that pounds are holding facilities responsible for the LIFE OR DEATH of 1,000’s of our most vulnerable animals.
There is a huge RESPONSIBILITY of the Council and the Manager/Staff of each pound for the level of CARE,
COMPASSION and EMPATHY given to these abandoned pets... and to their ultimate fate.

The basic purpose of the Code of Practice for the HOW IMPORTANT
Management of Dogs and Cats in Shelters and IS THIS CAT’S
Pounds is to support the welfare of those animals LEVEL OF CARE
which may require temporary housing pending TO YOU?
release to their owners or, if unclaimed, a decision
on rehousing. The Code exists to help ensure that
a person reclaiming his or her lost pet from a pound
finds the animal healthy and sound. The Code does
this by specifying the minimum requirements for
staff of establishments, minimum husbandry
conditions including nutrition and vaccination
requirements, and minimum hygiene, security,
exercise and housing requirements.

agriculture.vic.gov.au/pets/domestic-animal-
businesses/shelters-and-pounds/things-you-should-
know-about-shelters-and-pounds

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 41

Recently 20 cats ( some pregnant, others lactating mothers with tiny kittens ) and many healthy young
kittens were euthanized in the one day at a local pound. For horrified Rescuers this was the last resort.

These questions need to be asked: High on the list as a requirement for all pounds is…

• WHY IS THERE SUCH A WIDE DISPARITY Staff training - ensuring ALL staff members have a baseline
OF CARE IN DIFFERENT POUNDS? standard of training and demonstrate the capacity to have
empathy towards animals. There should be a transparent level
• A NATIONWIDE SURVEY SHOWED THAT of engagement with the community (including animal welfare/
25% OF DOGS AND 56% OF CATS WHO rescue groups) that is courteous and polite at all times.
ENTER AUSTRALIA’S POUNDS EACH
YEAR ARE KILLED. WHY IS THAT? POUND - SHELTER - ADOPTION

• SHOULD POUNDS BE DOING MORE
TO IMPLEMENT PROGRAMS AND
SERVICES TO SAVE LIVES?

• IN EVERY POUND ARE HYGIENE &
CLEANLINESS PRACTICES PUT IN
PLACE TO ENSURE THE NON
TRANSFERRAL OF CONTAGIOUS
DISEASES?

• IS IT OKAY TO EXPECT RESCUERS TO
TAKE MOST OF THE RESPONSIBILITY
FOR REHOMING?

• DO ALL COUNCILS OFFER PROGRAMS
SUCH AS FREE AND SUBSIDISED
DESEXING AND MICRO CHIPPING?

• DO POUNDS USE THE POWER OF
SOCIAL MEDIA ENOUGH TO SAVE/
ADOPT/SPREAD THE WORD?

• MANY AUSTRALIAN POUNDS TAKE “ Dante is just the sweetest little soul. This photo captures
NO PROACTIVE MEASURES TO exactly what Monika's Doggie Rescue is all about. LOVE and a
REUNITE LOST PETS WITH THEIR new beginning for an abandoned, precious fur baby.” Benette
OWNERS . WHY IS THAT?
WORKING TOWARDS NO-KILL: For a LOST/ABANDONDED/
• EUTHANASIA - IS IT THE NORM AFTER SURRENDERED pet ( many of whom are young and healthy )
THE HOLDING PERIOD IS ENDED …. going to a Pound should not mean a death sentence.
OR THE VERY LAST RESORT?
“Public awareness and expectations have changed a lot in the
“Councils stand behind tired old cliches for last decade. Communities no longer want our pounds and
killing, while failing to implement evidence-based shelters to act as an extension of garbage collection and
programs that save lives (like comprehensive disposal. They want pets to be respected, protected, treated,
adoption programs, medical and behavioural rehabilitated and given a second chance. No Kill is the aspiration
programs, proactively reuniting lost animals with of every pet-loving community.” Pet Rescue
guardians, Trap-Neuter-Return, etc).”
Kathleen Rescuer/Animal Lover https://www.petrescue.com.au/library/articles/no-kill-movement

42 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

THE FINAL Each year thousands of CATS/
KITTENS lose their lives in
COUNTDOWN Pounds. For Registered cats the
holding period is 14 days, for
Based on a poem by Courtney Bailey unregistered cats 7 days and
surrendered cats have no
holding period at all.

Imp: 1132 Turton
1-2yrs Ginger/Torti
Female

Imp: 1242
Marie
4mths
Ginger
Female

To see video My pound days are numbered TWELVE.
click here My family still has not answered their phone and
the pound is still trying to solve…
My pound days are numbered FOURTEEN,
I am registered so it won’t be long till my family has been! Imp: 1038 Macbeth
1-2yrs Ginger Male

Imp: 1336 To see video
Max click here
4yrs B/W
Male My pound days are numbered ELEVEN.
I am starting to develop depression.
My pound days are numbered THIRTEEN,
Another day waiting - still my family has not been seen!!

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 43

To see video
click here

Imp: 1143 Someries
3-5yrs Torti Female

My pound days are numbered TEN. Ten more days until my end.

Imp: 1235 Isabella To see video
18mths B/W Female click here

Imp: 617 Cypress MOST
1-2yrs T/W Male URGENT

My pound days are numbered NINE. My pound days are numbered EIGHT.
I want to go home—where is that family of mine? Please adopt me. Change my fate.

SAVE A LIFE

http://services.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline

44 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

THE FINAL The euthanasia figures for
2013-2014 years from the
COUNTDOWN pounds and RSPCA. A total of
17,237 CATS lost their lives.
It is incomprehensible in today’s
society that so many homeless
pets have to die….

To see video
click here

Imp: 918
Leeds
9mths Black
Male

Imp: 832 Carlisle
4-6yrs T/W Male

My pound days are numbered FIVE.
Please adopt me - I want to survive!!!!

My pound days are numbered SEVEN.
Just seven more days and I will be in heaven.

Imp: 1363 Victor Imp: 1078 Kirtling
18mths T/W Male 1-2yrs White Male

My pound days are numbered SIX. My pound days are numbered FOUR.
I’m PET OF THE WEEK but still no one's pick. Four more days and then no more.

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 45

Imp: 1121 Lync
4-6yrs B/W Male

Imp: 1113
Bramber
3-6mths
Torti
Female

To see video
click here

I was surrendered so my pound days are numbered ONE.
Just one more day and my life is done.

LET US GIVE THE CATS FEATURED ON THESE 4 PAGES
A HAPPY ENDING LIKE THE ADOPTED ONES BELOW!!!

My pound days are numbered THREE.
I wish somebody would adopt me!!!!

Imp: 881 Ghost
6-8yrs T/W
Male

To see video
click here

My pound days are numbered TWO.. I know I'm finished, then you come.
I am so frightened - what will I do? My pound days are over, no more counting for me.
Because you, my new master, gave me a forever family…

Blacktown Animal Holding Facility holds cats far longer
than 14 days and has kept some cats for 3 months or more.

46 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

16 Ross St, CLICK HERE
PARRAMATTA. NSW.2150
Collaroy Veterinary Services
Phone: (02) 9890 7220 1185 Pittwater Rd,
COLLAROY. NSW. 2097
Siblings DANDELION and NETTLE
10wks were rescued from a pound, Phone: (02 ) 9971 8487
as was the gorgeous HONEY a
Domestic Shorthair x Russian Blue. GOLDIE is a lovely and cuddly
Please call for more details. ginger Domestic Shorthair that
was rescued with her 3 kittens.
www.cottageanimalhospital.com.au/ All Goldie's kittens have been
adopted and now she is waiting
to meet her own forever family.
http://www.collaroyvet.com.au

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 47

CLICK
HERE

AMS Dee Why Brad Angelina
815 Pittwater Rd,
DEE WHY. NSW. 2099 Lindfield West VetMed
10 Moore Avenue,
Phone: (02) 9972 2044 WEST LINDFIELD. NSW. 2070

Meet the newest adoption kittens Phone: (02) 9415 8000
at AMS - BRAD and ANGELINA
These little cuties are a bundle of VETMED LINDFIELD has only 2
joy. Both are very affectionate, adorable baby kittens left! Their names
playful and sweet natured. They are FRANKIE and FOX and they are
would make an excellent addition both super cute and affectionate and
to a family that are looking for waiting to meet their forever families
confident yet loving kitten. while they are still only very young.
The kittens are available for adoption
http://amsvet.com.au/ NOW! Please call the clinic for further
details and to arrange a meeting.

www.vetmed.com.au

48 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Doggie Rescue has been saving cats since June 2014. Since that time we have
SAVED 359 cats in total— ADOPTED OUT 340— AVAILABLE 19

My name is

Feta

Please call DoggieRescue on 9486-3133 at
Ingleside or fill in the Adoption form for cats on
www.doggierescue.com/adoption_cat.htm
and email it to [email protected]

APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 49

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

50 APRIL 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

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

Pets4Life www.pets4life.com.au

Royal NSW Canine Council 9834 3022 Canterbury 9709 6528

Sydney Metro Wildlife Service Rescue hotline 9413 4300 Fairford Road Veterinary Clinic Short St Bankstown

Taronga Zoo 9969 2777

The Rabbit Sanctuary 0416 062947 Hawkesbury, Penrith & Baulkham Hills
Mulgrave Rd McGraths Hill
Wildlife Info & Rescue Service (WIRES) 8977 3333 4560 4644

World League for Protection of Animals 9817 4892

Ku-Ring-Gai 9484 2166

ANIMAL WELFARE— DOG & CAT RESCUE GROUPS Thornleigh Veterinary 180 Pennant Hills Rd Thornleigh

Big Dog Rescue Mina Melman 0425 243517 Liverpool, Bankstown, Fairfield &Camden 9606 6118
Renbury Farm Animal Shelter
Cat Protection Society - Enmore 9519 7201 406 Bringelly Rd Austral

Cat Rescue email [email protected] Manly Rosebury St Balgowlah 9948 3409
9953 1090
DoggieRescue.com.au 9486 3133 Mosman Cremorne Veterinary Hospital
9789 5976 or 9718 2169 104 Spofforth St Cremorne
DABS www.dabs.org.au
Greyhound Adoption Program 9452 3446 Pittwater Pittwater Animal Hospital 9913 7979
Greyhound Rescue Cnr Pittwater Rd & Arnott Cres, Warriewood
www.greyhoundrescue.com.au 9453 0602
NSW Animal Rescue 0422 371 075

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

PAWS Rescue www.paws.com.au Parklands, 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

Save Our Strays www.saveourstrays.org.au Warringah Collaroy Veterinary Surgery 9971 8487
1185 Pittwater Rd Collaroy
Staffy Rescue www.staffyrescue.org.au 0450 099177

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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