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DoggieRescue E-Magazine September 2018_Neat

2 Mc Cowan Rd, Cnr. Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101
NO KILL
OPEN: 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday
SHELTER



Vol.11 No.166



PHONE: 9486-3133
SEPTEMBER ADOPTED DOGS 12,418
2018



DOG Spring is
WALKING in the air!
HOURS

11AM - 2PM Meet gorgeous Otis
TUES - SUN and all his friends inside...





































WWW.DOGGIERESCUE.COM

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


Of our other featured (p8-11) dogs...
Miss Heather – our serene gentle girl is still
reserved but so relaxed and calm and is
looking for that gentle female household of her
dreams. Turbo is a young sweet boy who is
already popular amongst volunteers and other
dogs. He has such good doggy manners that
everyone loves him. He may be a bit unsure
what this posing for a camera is all about but
he will give anything a go if there is a treat
involved! Butch our grandpa Staffy boy is
delighted to be asked to help with the
magazine. He has had a recent bout of
sickness and we are so glad he has recovered,
and so quickly! We have grown very close to
this man! Cisco with those cute floppy ears is
sitting there not entirely sure what he is meant
to do. Should he be serious or happy?

Taking a rescue dog is never an easy road, but
a rewarding one. Some of our recent adoptees
have shared their experiences including Rocky
and Bobby (p14-16). Their families needed to
make sacrifices and jump over hurdles but
every day it got easier as you see the fears in
the dog diminish and they adjust to your life-
style. As you might expect, older dogs might
take a little longer to make this adjustment.


Dear Readers,
Launch into spring with the

Handsome Otis our cover boy is introducing our spring issue. happiness that you can see in Indigo’s
He looks so sweet and relaxed in the picture but it was only eyes. She was running the streets, for
weeks ago he was in the pound, fearful and worried. He has
taken enormous strides since joining us. He is a sweet natured weeks, with no-where to rest, hungry
boy who is easy to fall in love with. and ready to give birth. A dismal
future, but DoggieRescue found her. ”
Some of his buddies who are posing for the spring portraits
have been with us much longer and are still hoping that spring
will be the time someone notices them and offers them a forever Indigo (pictured above with me ) now relaxes just
home. Suki came from a rural pound terrified and now runs focusing on being Mum, knowing that she and her
around with other doggy pals and gets taken on nice long walks pups no longer go hungry or thirsty and have a
warm bed close to the fire at night and a lovely
with volunteers. She jumps up to lick their faces as a thank you! garden to romp in during the day. She has a lot
Jewel and Atlas has been with us a while – a sweet friendly pair
helping to introduce our spring edition. You might think they are to smile about!
an odd couple but they are very devoted to each other and just
Indigo Blue Cattle x 2yrs Female Sponsor:“A
need to find a family looking for a pair.
faithful friend4ever!” Wendy McCathie

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In this issue Corinne is showing us the contrast of the “Then and Now” pics
(p18-19) of Willow, Elly, Wolf and Sam. It is a sobering reminder of what can • Please make a DONATION
be achieved. Sadly after all this time Willow is still waiting for her home. She
is the picture of health and just ready to walk into your life. Sweet Elly and If you wanted to make a tax
handsome Wolf are getting to the end stages of their rehabilitation. Sam is deductible donation to help Doggie
getting so brave now that he walks and cuddles with men and women. Yes Rescue save more lives in the year
sudden noises and fast movements still worry him but he is a different dog ahead you can donate online via
to the one who came from the pound days before Christmas. our secure website or call us on
02 9486 3133.
You can also read about Junebug’s (p32) amazing life now as Jazzy Kew,
after being left to die at a pound with a megaosophagus issue. She needed,
and found a special family. There are loads of misconceptions about shelter • Become a DoggieRescue
dogs and if you baulk at all the public perceptions you will never find that LIFESAVER
deep emotional connection with that special friend you are looking for.
Sweep away all the superficial beliefs and look for that inner connection.
Or you might like to consider
Whilst our Freedom Dog Park needs some becoming a DoggieRescue
finishing touches our dogs ( see Athena at right ) Lifesaver (see p20), with a regular
are making the most of it and you can see from monthly gift to support our work.
the shots it has brought an extra dimension of
pleasure for our dogs and has been a great All gifts, regardless of size, help us
success. Thank you everyone who supported us! to give a brighter future to the dogs
and cats in our care. Thank you in
“Lastly I would like to say a huge thanks to all advance for your kind donation.
our volunteers who help in many ways to make
DoggieRescue special. Thank you to young I look forward to keeping you
Bronte and Ellen and also Annie for running in updated on our progress in the
the City to Surf! You are awesome people. months ahead and sincerely thank
Thank you to all those volunteers who made you again for all your support.

our stand at the Sydney Dog Lovers Show so Warmest regards
successful (p38) and all of you who help on a
regular basis doing so many things, rescuing
our dogs, cats and rabbits, giving them the Monika
care they need and also encouraging others to
follow in your footsteps.” Monika Monika Biernacki
Founder - DoggieRescue
Where is DoggieWood?
Ingleside Shelter location: 2 McCowan Rd,
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101
Open 11AM –2.30PM Tuesday to Sunday
Phone: 9486-3133 www.DoggieRescue.com







“Mikey”
DR Office
Administrator

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DOGGIERESCUE.COM
Tilda’s been
ISSUE: SEPTEMBER 2018 volunteering
at Doggie
FEATURES Rescue!
Read more
FREEDOM DOG PARK IS 6-7 and meet the
COMPLETED! dogs on p23
SPRING IS A TIME TO FALL IN 8-11
LOVE...WITH DOGS!

HE ROCKS OUR WORLD
By Stef Hardacre 14
DADDY’S BOY
By Anna Borna 15
TILDA’S TOP PICKS! Meet Tilda Volunteer Tovah
(7yrs) & the DR dogs she loves... 23 in the spotlight
with Athena in
MISCONCEPTIONS ON 24 our article on
SHELTER DOGS. Misconceptions
on Shelter Dogs
A FUNDRAISER INSPIRED BY
2 SPECIAL BOYS. By Annie Tse 27 See story p24
LIZZI & BUG An update on popular 34
ex DR boy Bruce... By Lizzi Price

IN EVERY ISSUE


FROM MY DESK
2-3
by Monika Biernacki

DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED 12-13
& DANGEROUS - Feature
By Roland Briefrel
I made it! Read

UP CLOSE & PERSONAL – 32-33 my story p27
with “ Jazzy Kew ” aka Junebug


Cover: Otis Cattle x Check out DoggieRescue.com online
3yrs Male
Meet him p10

Cover photo Join us on Facebook Email:
: Lyndall Hord https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue [email protected]
Floppy Ears doggierescue.com
Photography Follow us on Twitter
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Leave a Legacy of Love

Because you will always care.

















THIS HAPPY, SWEET FACE BELONGS
TO…Martini Staffy x 6mths 15kgs Female
Sponsor: With lots of love from Pam Robson

Sponsored pets adopted!

Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.
• DOGS: Ranger, Steve, Trudy, Shelby, Django,
Ricky, Mitzi, Harper, Oberon, Wilbur, King,
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(together)
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Post code

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Virbac Animal Health
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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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Out of a cage & playing in the sun -
it is fun, fun...FUN!!!
Playing, chasing, rolling, wrestling,
running free -This is how a
doggie’s life should be!

































To everyone who made our
FREEDOM PARK possible…

THANK

FROM US ALL
YOU!



FEATURED DOGS ARE : Cosmo
Bull Arab x Cattle 2yrs Male
Sponsor: “ I may be big but I’m a very
sweet boy.” Kylee, Brenda & Daisy
Athena—see p24 for story….

www.DoggieRescue.com

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This
Spring


adopt a new best
friend


and watch love
“ SUKI ”
bloom!





Introducing our featured
“ Spring ” pets. Are you
ready to fall in love?

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“ JEWEL & ATLAS”
A bonded pair













































“ TURBO”











“ HEATHER”

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From the first tiny bud,
to the smallest green shoot
life begins anew in
“ OTIS”
Spring!

From the first step taken
in trust, to the smallest
sparkle in the eyes
the promise of a better

Life!

Otis has known fear,
abuse & suffering-
Can you hep us to
teach him about

Love?

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“ CISCO ”










“ BUTCH ”




























Featured dogs are…

Suki Staffy x 3-4yrs Female Sponsor: “ Hoping you find your 4ever family soon!” Love from Lopez
Jewel Maltese x Schnauzer 11yrs 6kgs Female & Atlas Spitz x Sheltie 10yrs 8.8kgs Male (bonded pair)
Sponsor Jewel: “In loving memory of Pebbles!” Sigrid & Sponsor Atlas: Lots of love from Martha Pavlakis
Heather Labrador x Staffy 9yrs 26kgs Female Sponsor: “This sponsorship Is my gift to you!” Jeff
Turbo Kelpie x Lab 8mths 23kgs Male Sponsor: “Looking to a brighter future for our doggie pal!” Neil & Surbhi
Otis Cattle Dog x 3yrs 21.6kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sach Baille!” Kathryn Baille
Butch American Staffy x 13yrs 31kgs Male Sponsor: “A better life is coming very soon!” Noreen
Cisco Staffy x Shepherd 6yrs 17kgs Male Sponsor: “He’s such a handsome boy!” The Australian Writers Centre

DoggieRescue wishes to thank our volunteer photographer for
her amazing feature photos showcasing our adorable doggies.

Lyndall Hord Mobile 0432 617982
FLOPPY EARS PHOTOGRAPHY
www.floppyearsphotography.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/floppyearsphotography/

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• Feature DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS Compiled by Roland Briefrel


SPECIAL REPORT –

LIVE ANIMAL EXPORTS

“The arc of the moral universe is long,
but it bends toward justice.”
Martin Luther King Jnr

Barack Obama often used this quote to temper the hope his presidency
inspired, to remind those who had placed their faith in his message of Roland Briefrel, a long time supporter
of DoggieRescue, is an educator and
change that it would not be one singular moment, such as the election
of the first black president that would usher in a new and just society. an animal welfare advocate who is
We say it to ourselves now, because we need to believe, even as all not hesitant to speak about topics
visible signs of progress in live exports are eroded, that the world we for animals who have no voice.
seek for animals, lies waiting for us, just on the other side of this
hellscape. It is not going to show up tomorrow, but knowing that it will This use of King’s quotation, though,
show up someday should help fortify us for the fight ahead. carries with it the risk of mystical
thinking. After all, if the arc of the moral
universe will inevitably bend toward
justice, then there is no reason for us to
work toward that justice, as it is
preordained. If it is only a matter of
cosmic influence, if there is no human
role, then we are off the hook. This is
not how King meant it, as evidenced by
the work to which he dedicated his own
life. Similarly, if we are to usher in a new
world of justice for animals subjected to
the horrors of live export, then we must
be continually active to bring about this
Do we really want animals from Australia to still go from this: “ A beautiful trade’s demise. Before we can be active
Spring lamb enjoys the sunshine…” participants in bending the arc of the
moral universe, we have to know what
we are bending it toward.

How we define “justice” will determine
the work that we do to achieve it.
Unless we do the work to define
“justice,” we never will. For me, as
indeed it is for many, justice has
always meant and continues to mean a
total ban on live animal exports. If
countries will not accept meat
processed in Australia and flown to
them frozen, and yes I have heard all
the bizarre reasons why this cannot
To this: “ Pity the poor lambs who are born in horror and fear of transit….” happen, then let those countries get

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“ For more than fifty years, cruelty to animals on live export ships has been kept secret.
There is actually no ‘nice’ way to send animals halfway around the world to be killed for
meat. A live sheep is not ‘cargo’. It breathes. It thinks. It can suffer….”


their meat from other places rife with
foot and mouth disease, rather than the
best and cleanest meat in the world from
us, our way. What it means to those who
control the trade, including many of our
politicians at the federal level, is mind
bogglingly disturbing and frustrating.

For more than fifty years, cruelty to
animals on live export ships has been
kept secret. There is actually no ‘nice’
way to send animals halfway around the
world to be killed for meat. A live sheep
is not ‘cargo’. It breathes. It thinks. It can
suffer. This simple fact may be lost on “ YOUR voice can help get animals off these
wealthy live export companies. But it death ships. For GOOD! ”
was not lost on one concerned crew Help fight animal abuse. https://www.animalsaustralia.org/
member who was horrified by the
suffering he witnessed on live export
voyages. The result was the umpteenth Sussan Ley the member for Farrer used to be a vocal supporter of the
piece of visual evidence of the cruelty of live sheep trade: “I was right on the front foot saying keep this trade
live exports on 60 Minutes. This is what going, and I ran all the arguments that are now coming back to me.
we found out: “More than 100,000 litres
of urine and faeces accumulates on a But Ley, a Liberal representing a rural New South Wales constituency,
typical live export ship every day sheep has reached the point where she has lost all confidence in the
are on board. The ship won’t be ‘washed regulatory regime and can no longer support an industry with “an
out’ until after they’ve disembarked. As operating model built on the suffering of animals”. She says the rules
the northern summer kicks in, on-board do not work, because if the rules were enforced the trade would not be
economically viable. “I think this trade in sheep is a shame and a
conditions can turn catastrophic. When stain on our international reputation”.
temperatures soar — and predictably
they do — weeks of untreated waste
build up ‘melts’ into a thick, deadly Sadly, the Turnbull government has rejected a ban on live exports in
soup. Any animal needing to lie down to favour of rules to increase space allocated to sheep on ships by 39%,
rest risks being buried in excrement.” improve ventilation and increase penalties for directors who flout the
standards. Of course none of this will work because Australian rules and
The trade is so toxic now, that a law mean nothing once ships leave Australian waters, as evidenced by
more than fifty years of failure. But it is also up to all of us who detest
former staunch supporter of the
this trade, to work for its demise. We cannot simply rely on politicians to
industry says it is ‘built on the ban it, or the corporates to lift their game, or farmers to support this
suffering of animals’. demise, because if we do, the arc of the moral universe will take another
fifty years or longer to bend toward justice in this area.

If existing laws were upheld, live export as we know it today would end.

https://secure.animalsaustralia.org/take_action/live-export-shipboard-cruelty/

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• FEATURE STORY : Adopting a Rescue Dog TWO ADOPTEES SHARE THEIR STORIES


Now, he's a big gentle teddy bear who
adores his cuddles and groans like an old
man if you rub his ears juuust right.
Whenever you get home he runs to
retrieve a toy for you. He doesn't quite
know the meaning of personal space - if he
fits, he sits, and if he doesn't...well, he still
sits. His eyes make you just melt.

In sum, we love him to bits and pieces.













HE ROCKS



Written by Stef Hardacre
OUR WORLD!



JULY 2018 MARKED 6 MONTHS SINCE WE ADOPTED ROCKY
CHOW-CHOW HARDACRE. Rocco was dumped at the pound with a
coat so matted he had to be shaved all over, and eyes so weepy and
sore he required entropian surgery. He wasn't desexed.

Not gonna lie...rescue dogs come with
some teething issues. I'll never forget the
feeling of sheer panic when I got home the
day after we got him to realise he was
nowhere to be found. Turns out he'd
scratched his way through the fly screen
above our bed and gone walkabout. He
fought with our other dog. Didn't respond to
his name for weeks. You couldn't touch his “ He doesn't quite know the meaning
collar without him getting angry. We found of personal space - if he fits, he sits,
out he was 7, not 5 like we'd been told. and if he doesn't...well, he still sits.”

We wondered if we'd made the right Stef
decision….

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“ With time & patience we realize adopting a rescue dog is just about the best thing we have ever done.” Stef



Daddy’s boy! WE WANTED TO HAVE A DOG
FOR AS LONG AS WE CAN
REMEMBER. Unfortunately we
just couldn't find a pet friendly
apartment for rent until last
November. As soon as we moved
into our new home in Dee Why
we started looking for our first
furry baby.

We came to Monika’s Doggie
Rescue to meet two dogs,
Bruce and Bobby. We took
Bobby for a walk. After a 15
minute stroll we sat down on a
grass. Bobby climbed on my lap,
put his head on my shoulder and
fell asleep. In that moment I knew
I was in love and that he'll be
coming home with us.
Written by Anna Borna

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Settling in wasn't easy. Bobby was a bit nervous, It took 4 months for him to stop following me
he wouldn't leave my side. He was my shadow. The around the house. It took further 2 for him to trust
hardest part was seeing how upset it made my my husband. It took a lot of time and even more
husband, Pauric. patience. I've put Bobby’s pillow between the two of us
on the couch so he could get used to Pauric.

Bobby didn't listen to him, refused to go for We did everything together. Walks, baths, feeding, belly
a walk with him, didn't like being touched by rubs. One day I was busy with dinner and Bobby wanted
him. I've read somewhere that it can take to go out. I said to him “go with daddy”. He got up and
months for a rescue dog to come out of their went with his daddy. That was the first time the two of
shell, feel comfortable in the new environment,
with new people around. them did anything without me.

They've been inseparable even since. They go for
I can't remember how many times I told my husband walks together, they watch tv together. Bobby refuses
to be patient, to give Bobby time. to go to bed until dad goes too.






































“ Bobby & his Daddy are
inseparable now! ” Anna


Patience is the key when adopting a rescue pet. It can take weeks, even months for an animal to come
around. It's worth it though. You're not only saving a life but you also get a best friend. For life.

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or visit www.petsecure.com.au

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THEN NOW





















Powerful THEN WILLOW
Ridgeback x Staffy 11yrs 21.2kgs Female

& NOW Photos! Willow ( above ) came in days before Xmas,
emaciated and weighing only 12.7kg with barely
strength to stand. She had a large pendulous
THESE FOUR DOGS IN FOCUS HAVE SEEN THE VERY mammary tumour which has been removed.
WORST OF HUMANS. They came into Doggie Rescue’s Willow is almost double her original weight now
care afraid, starved and suffering from treatable medical and has that chilled Ridgeback manner.
conditions.
Sponsor: “ Sweet girl, the life you deserve starts
Now all almost fully now! ” Barbara Holdsworth
recovered they just
need a special
family to give them
that SECOND
CHANCE in life that
they truly deserve.

ELLY
Staffy x 4yrs
17.8kgs Female

Elly is a sweet girl
who came from the
pound with terrible
skin, ear and eye
conditions which
are resolving nicely THEN
you can see in the
pics. She has also had many litters in her life. Sponsor: “In NOW
loving memory of Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy

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WOLF
Belgian Shepherd 11yrs Male

Wolf ( at left ) came from the pound with
chronic skin and general hair loss, suffering
severe periodontal disease and painful,
infected ears. With antibiotics, medicated
washes and ear ointment and good nutrition
his black coat is now glowing with health. He
is looking for a home where he can lead a
quiet life and be spoilt and loved. He
deserves to be special! Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Connor &
THEN
SAM
Jack Russell x Basenji 3yrs 9kgs Male

There is only one word that could describe
Sam ( below ) when he came from the
pound—terrified. Sudden noises, other dogs,
leaving the shelter, and some men. He is a
gorgeous boy who is still very shy but
responds to gentle people ( and treats!). Sam
needs a family with experience with timid
dogs to give him more confidence. Sponsor:
With love & hugs from Shona & Narice




NOW


THEN
















FOR MORE DETAILS OR TO ARRANGE AN APPOINTMENT:
Please call 9486-3133 or email [email protected] NOW
More photos at www.DoggieRescue.com

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

Hello Readers,

It is so rewarding being a DoggieRescue
lifesaver. Lifesavers provide Monika with some
degree of financial security which is paramount
in continuing to save our beautiful pets from
death row. Without lifesavers I doubt if my little
Toto would have survived. Monika rescued
Toto (formerly Noah) just hours from being put
to death 6 years ago. I feel luckier than him to
have him. He has been my constant
companion and brings me so much joy.

Carmen Let’s support this very worthy cause
with Toto
by providing ongoing financial support
to save our beautiful and loving pets
“ All it takes is a small donation each month to from certain death in the pounds
aro
help Monika continue her wonderful lifesaving und NSW. Carmen Sherry
work with animals who have been abandoned.”

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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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CAN YOU
GUESS?


M This is MADDEN and he is
Must love dogsust love dogs
Must love dogsMust love dogs
a Pomeranian x at Doggie
Rescue looking for a kind
home. How old do you think
he is? 10...11...12…Maybe
13??? Madden is SIXTEEN
years old. Older than you!
It is sad when an old doggie
loses his home but soon
Madden’s new family will
come and adopt him. He’s
such a very good boy.
Madden Spitz x 16yrs 8kgs
Male Sponsor: “In loving memory
of Heidi & Libby!” Judith Lynch

CHIPPY’S JOKE:
WHAT TYPE OF MARKET
PEEK - A - BOO…I CAN SEE YOU! SHOULD YOU NEVER TAKE
YOUR DOG? “ a flea market ”
Is that Snowflake playing hide and seek? For
more information on bunnies call 9486-3133
BUNNIES MAKE THE BEST PETS:) HA! HA! HA!

Hi Fans, have ( no, don’t give him a piece of your
pizza even if he begs!!!)
I know Spring is in the air but I
wanted to talk to you about something What else smells? How about ANAL
else that’s in the air…Does your dog GLANDS. Do you know what they are?
SMELL? Have a sniff. If the answer is They are near your doggie’s bottom and
YES then he could have a few things sometimes when they get full they need to
wrong with him, apart from needing to be emptied ( the vet loves doing that. ).
have a bath!
If your dog has long hair it is a good idea to
If his mouth smells he might need his have him CLIPPED and GROOMED.
TEETH CLEANED. Your dogs teeth Matted hair can cause all sorts of skin
can get very dirty and even become problems and it is more comfortable/safer
infected so it is very important to for your dog to be clipped as the warmer
make sure they don’t look yukky. weather brings flea and tick problems.
If he has a bit of, well you know,
FLATULENCE, then his DIET might If Spring is the time of the year for new
Featuring star ex DR need adjusting. Milk products, high fat beginnings then give your doggie a little
doggie Chippy Pizzey & diets or spicy food can cause gas to attention and soon your best friend will be
his pearl’s of wisdom... build up. Phew! Make sure your smelling as fresh as a Spring flower!
doggie only eats the food he should C/U next month Chips

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• VOLUNTEERING IS FUN! by Tilda Age: 7 ( with the help of her Mum Bridget )

Hi, my name is Tilda and I am a DOGGIERESCUE
VOLUNTEER! Mum and I went one Sunday to give Meg is really little

some doggies a walk, cuddles and treats. The doggies and old. She
loved us! Mummy is going to write our story... licked my hand
and was so cute.
DIESEL: First we walked the gorgeous Diesel a black &
tan mixed breed (Sharpei?). He is very friendly and around
12mths old. Good on the lead, pulling with excitement at first but settled
quickly. A lovely boy, small/med (12kg).In my opinion his ideal home
would be with a family - kids 7yrs+. We hope he finds the perfect home.

SUGAR: What a great girl Sugar is. Will sit and wait for a treat & takes
them so very gently. Great on the lead (pulls with excitement but settles
when no other dogs around). She was gentle with Tilda and seemed to
love kids. Loved the attention and pats.
MEG: We also made friends with the beautiful Meg. We sat quietly on the lounge and Meg sat on my daughter’s lap
enjoying the cuddles and gentle pats. My daughter wanted to bring her home with us! It wasn't until I got home that
I read her very, very sad story in the E-Magazine. We hope she finds the perfect retirement home she deserves.


I love Diesel
Mummy — he gives
me kisses! Can we
take him home?




Sugar took
her treats so
gently. She
wags her
tail a lot.












Diesel Shar Pei x Corgi 12mths 12.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Joey & Rosie!” from Pat Broderick
Sugar Staffy x 2yrs 17kgs Female Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.
Meg Maltese x Shih Tzu 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns

YES, KIDS CAN HELP TOO IN A VARIETY OF VOLUNTEER JOBS
(If accompanied by an adult)! SEE DOGGIERESCUE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS...

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MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT 2.) ALL SHELTER DOGS ARE OLD…
While DoggieRescue does have seniors seeking homes
SHELTER DOGS... we also have had many litters of puppies like cute Beanie
(below), one of a litter of six Cattle x pups whose pregnant
1.) ALL SHELTER DOGS ARE XBREEDS… mother was sent to a pound. She and her litter mates are
At Doggie Rescue we do have purebred dogs but now up for adoption with Chilly, the only boy, now adopted.
as soon as they appear on the website they are
adopted! Mixed breed dogs are not only healthier,
they live longer and like Pepper (below) can be a
gorgeous, unique mix of breeds.


















Pepper Shih Tzu x 7yrs 7kgs Female Sponsor: Beanie Cattle x 7wks Female Sponsor: “Wishing
“In loving memory of Pepe!” Malki & Chandra you very good luck finding a home!: Julie McCann


3.) ALL SHELTER DOGS ARE STAFFIES…
While DoggieRescue does save many Staffie
crosses for adoption they only make up a
percentage of the different breeds we have
available. In the right environment Staffies
make great pets and are known for their
affectionate, loving natures — like the cuddly
girl Athena (at right). Once they own a Staffie
many adoptees would never have another
type of dog as they are such a human
orientated breed and bond very closely, and
for life, with their adopted families..

Athena Staffy x Kelpie 4yrs 25.5kgs
Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Otto
& ex DR doggie Rohan!” Gail

“ I love Athena and just wanted to bring
her home! She is an amazing dog. ”

Tovah , DR Volunteer (pic with Athena)

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4.) ALL SHELTER DOGS DON’T GET ON WITH OTHER
DOGS… It is true some rescued dogs need to be the only
fur kids but DoggieRescue dogs are kept in compatible
groups and bond closely to the dogs in their ‘pack’. They
learn to eat, sleep and all play happily together.

Meet gentle Rory. In her pretty Spring flowered collar she
has been waiting a long time to meet a family who will give
her the time and love she needs. Rory is a sweet,
affectionate girl who is playful with other dogs, even those
smaller than her. She is smart, loving, learns quickly and
is great with kids 10yrs+. Rory is one of the many young
dogs who are growing up in a shelter environment. It is
time she had a family of her very own to love.


5.) ALL SHELTER DOGS COME WITH BAGGAGE…
If you have never owned a rescue dog it is hard to Rory Bull Arab x 1yr 20kgs Female Sponsor:
understand the deep bond of love that forms with their “ Keep smiling Rory!” Love Tilly, Jasper & Karen
new families. Given a secure environment in an
understanding, compassionate family the once terrified
dog, hesitant to trust and never knowing love can form 6.) ALL SHELTER DOGS DON’T BOND TO THEIR
a deep love and affection to their new owner and NEW FAMILIES...Sometimes people come to meet a
blossom into the most wonderful, faithful companion. dog for an adoption appointment and say “ This dog
does not show any affection towards us”. Sadly many
Gordon (below) is a very gentle but very shut down boy. dogs in shelters have never known love—they don’t
He is slowly getting used to attention, cuddles and walks know how to be affectionate. But given time, patience
but everything is still strange to him. He needs a very and a whole lot of love their true personalities shine
experienced person to progress him further. through, like Romeo (below). This beautiful boy is still
a little shy but now when the volunteers visit for walks
and cuddles his tail wags happily.

















Romeo Staffy x 1yr 17kgs Male Sponsor:“To help
him find a home like Napoleon’s!” Jackson

Gordon Airedale x Staffy 4yrs 17.3kgs Male • Are you ready to commit to a rescue dog? Go to
Sponsor: The students at The Sydney School of English www.DoggieRescue.com to see all available dogs.

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• • • THE IN BETWEEN DOGS adopt me! NOT TOO BIG—NOT TOO SMALL














1 2 3 4














5 6 7 8














9 10 11 12
1. Mia Foxy x 4yrs 12kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our Macy girl!” Susan Dorahy
2. Angus Aussie Terrier x 5yrs 8.5kgs Male Sponsor:“Somewhere a loving home waits!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch
3. Dre Whippet x 3yrs 10.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty, Tasha & Sam!” Robert Nauta
4. Floyd Pug x 3yrs 14kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ricky, Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
5. Arty Jack Russell x 8 yrs 6.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Sammy!” Fred & Teena Wratten
6. Quinn Kelpie x Jack Russell 7-8yrs 9.7kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Penny!” Stefanie
7. Squall Foxy x 8yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ian, Tia & Muffin!” Paul & Kathryn
8. Manu Petit Basset Griffon x 2yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor:“Hoping you find the home you deserve!” Robyn Thomas
9. Rex Schnauzer x 3yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor:“A loving home soon!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat
10. Spud Foxy x 3yrs 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bessy Irvine!” Janiece
11. Jamie Jack Russell x 6yrs 8kgs Male (Jamie is blind) Sponsor: “Good luck little Jamie!” Freddi Martin
12. Keith Foxy x 9yrs 8.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a very happy birthday Ray!” Nila Sudiarta

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RAISED: $2,403.78 GOAL: $2,000.00

A FUNDRAISER INSPIRED BY TWO
SPECIAL BOYS — SCOUT & CHAUCER
By Annie Tse


TWO MONTHS AGO, FRED AND I LOST BOTH OUR BEAUTIFUL
BOYS TO A FORM OF GENETIC CANCER. Scout was 1st to be
officially diagnosed and left us within a month.. Both Fred and I
were caught completely off guard and were devastated by his
passing.. As we moved on with our grieving of losing Scout, we
found out that Chaucer, his blood related baby brother had also
had the same form of cancer. Our world collapsed.. racing against
time, we sent Chaucer through all possible treatments, examination
and blood test with a glimpse of hope that history will not repeat..
Unfortunately, we aren’t God. Chaucer left us shortly after 2 weeks..

Through what we had experienced, we wanted
We have always been inspired by the work of Doggie
to do something in remembrance of our boys..
Rescue.com and hence this year, we wanted to support
we wanted to help their kind.. to help Monika
them by raising money as part of my participation in The
and her team at DoggieRescue, a charity we 2018 Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by Westpac to do
have been supporting for years and is close my part to help cover some of the medical bills at the
to our heart. shelter in remembrance of our beautiful furboys.


We had experienced the struggle to be financially able
to provide the best possible treatment for our boys
when needed and that’s for just 2 of them. If we had
not had pet insurance, we would not have been able
to provide the care they needed. For the love towards
our boys, it was all worth it at the end of the day. We
can’t imagine that for Monika and her team the
struggle is real, on a daily basis!! With the amount of
dogs Monika and her team have to rescue lots of them
come into her care with serious health issues. As a
non-profitable shelter, they’ve strived to do their
ultimate to provide the best health care for these
furkids and rely on generous public donations. “ I made it to the finish!!!! To everyone who donated
THANK YOU for your generosity, it means a lot! ”

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• NEED RESCUE EXPERIENCE adopt me ABUSED, NEGLECTED & TRAUMATISED

















































1. Saffy Maltese x 8yrs 5.1kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my sweet Crunchie!” Cathy Beer
2. Bailey Jack Russell x Pug 5yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ It’s in the giving that we receive!” Royce Milmlow
3. Tabitha Labrador x Border Collie 5yrs 17kgs Female Sponsor: Lots of love from Denise Bartlett
4. Dezzy Maltese x Shih Tzu 6yrs Male Sponsor: “With love from Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine
5. Ember Shepherd x Kelpie 3yrs 16kgs Female Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re such a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
6. Angel English Staffy x 2yrs 14kgs Female Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.
7. Olive Kelpie x Shar Pei 2yrs 15.7kgs Female A Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
8. Paris Foxy x 6-7yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ian, Muffin & Tia!” Kathryn & Paul
9. Belle Mastiff x Shar Pei 18mths 23.4kgs Female Sponsor: “Hoping you find a family!” Patsy Wills
10. Jedi Kelpie x Cattle 5yrs 16kgs Male Sponsor: Good luck from Joy & Sam Jenkins
11. Wiggles Maltese x Shih Tzu 5yrs Male Sponsor:“ Ex DR dog Woody’s way of saying thanks!” Tracy Fay
12. Sandy Bull Terrier x 3yrs 26.5kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Sach Baille!” Kathryn

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• IN THE SPOTLIGHT
“ BUTTERCUP ” By Laura Carey and Aisling Kelly

BUTTERCUP’S



14TH BIRTHDAY!









We had the pleasure of meeting
Buttercup (aka Bun, B-cups and
Boo Boo) just before Christmas
2016. We were looking for a
foster dog and met with Buttercup
on the recommendation of a
volunteer. At the time she was
more interested in a Pad Thai
being eaten nearby but we were
smitten! Our foster attempt ‘failed’
soon after and she adopted us.

Buttercup is a wonky little
go-getter who doesn’t let things
like having terrible arthritis or
minimal teeth get her down.
She makes our lives better and
happier (and stinkier) every
single day. Buttercup had her
14 birthday in July and we
th
hope to celebrate many more.

Thank you so much to Doggie
“ We are so happy to see her birthday featured in the
Rescue for keeping her safe
magazine. We just love her to bits!” Laura & Aisling until she found us.

FOR MORE DETAILS ON HOW YOU TOO
CAN HELP PLEASE CALL 9486-3133
http://www.doggierescue.com
I CAN
HELP!

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SPRING IS THE TIME
TO FALL IN LOVE
WITH A STAFFY!
www.DoggieRescue.com











































1. Mojito Staffy x 9yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
2. Bentley Staffy x 6yrs 22kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Chip & Blossom!” Alan & Tina
3. Khaleesi Staffy x 2-3yrs Female Deaf. Sponsor: “ It’s in the giving that we receive!” Royce Milmlow
4. Marley Staffy x 5yrs 26kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Mummy Karen, Kezy, Sherry & Spot Trafford
5. Pearl Staffy x 11mths 12kgs Female Sponsor: “With lots of love from Beth Gentle
6. Raven Staffy x 5yrs 21kgs Female Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
7. Brandy Staffy x Beagle 6yrs 16kgs Female Sponsor: The Australian Writers Centre
8. Dino Cattle x Staffy 3yrs 26kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Malki & Chandra
9. Dimitri Staffy x 10yrs 23kgs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Lucky!” Kevin Lynch
10. Chad Staffy x 18mths Male Sponsor: Iglu is proud to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.
11. Casper Staffy x Jack Russell 2yrs 12.4kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Ruth Wall
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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“Jazzy Kew ”
( aka Junebug)

“ Life is a ball to play with,
the farm, hanging out at the
river, exploring with my
human & doggie brothers
and best of all….FOOD!”






























If I wasn’t me I’d like to be – my brother Banjo, he is My family says I have taught them - to love again,
so cool and the humans let him near the cats after loosing their last doggy. They were pretty sad
When I heard I was to star in DoggieRescue when he left. They say I’m the perfect fit.
magazine I – was excited so all the wonderful people If I could wish fleas on someone it’d be – The cats :)
who raised money for my big surgery could see how big My favourite place in the world is - I can’t pick just
and beautiful I have become thanks to them xx one. I love the river, the common, the dog park and just
If I impersonated a famous star I'd be - Scooby Doo hanging out on our farm.
It took a while but I finally- stopped taking my human My tail wags most when- I’m playing with my human
brother’s snacks out of his hands... they aren't for me:( brother. He’s my best friend & always smells of cookies.
Food that makes me drool is - Fooooooood :) My relationship with other dogs is - I love them! I
My happiest moments are - hanging with my human used to be a shy but have learnt most of them are fun to
and doggy brothers, we all love playing ball together and play with. I love making new friends at the dog park
exploring new places and tracks. I often wonder - why I can’t eat from the ground like
My greatest achievement is - I totally aced dog school other dogs & why cats don’t like me to play with them.
and mum said she is so proud of how amazing I am with Spring is in the air so I'm going to -love meeting all
my human brother. the baby horses my parents keep talking about and
My nicknames are – Jazzy, jaaaaaaaz, jazzeeeeeeeee more daylight hours to spend playing with my friends.

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1. 2.















3. 4.














5. 6.
MEET OUR FEATURED DOGGIES….

1.) Gretel Boxer x 26wks Female Sponsor: Iglu is proud to
help our furry friends have a 2nd chance.
2.) Luna Irish Wolfhound x 12mths Female Sponsor:
Best wishes from Susan Cassidy
3.) Piper Jack Russell x Kelpie 4mths 7.8kgs Sponsor:
“Wishing you the best of luck!” Christin Schaller
4.) Hazel Shepherd x Cattle 3yrs 22kgs Female Sponsor:
“ To all those dogs waiting in shelters
“ Just ‘cause you’re such a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
I say- hang in there guys, your family is 5.) Klaus Kelpie x 12mths Male Sponsor: “ In loving
out there and it will be worth the wait I memory of Bagel and Choco.” E. Lin
promise you. One day YOU too will find 6.) Lainey Bull Arab x 1yr Female Sponsor:“ In loving
the road that leads to HOME! ” memory of my friend Salvatore!” Antoinette

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“ My arthritic You want a puppy? Aw, come

body seems to on...Aren’t you a little more
miraculously discriminating? Pets, like
be able to walk
fine wine, improve with age.
long distances
following his

wagging tail.
Lizzi Price

LIZZI & BUG — OUR SELFIE!

BRUCE (OR AS I USUALLY CALL HIM ‘BUG’ SHORT FOR
BUGGALUGS AND SNUGGLEBUG) CAME HOME WITH ME
3 MONTHS AGO…. He’s a 13yo spritely guy with a past who
didn’t like being handled and could snarl, snap and bite. He’s
come such a long way in such a short time. I pick him up all the
time - mostly to put him in the car for trips to the park. My arthritic
body seems to miraculously be able to walk long distances
following his wagging tail. Bruce has some way to go (read toilet “ Jerry ”
training) but he’s even learned some new tricks - shake paws,
lie down and come to a whistle. But the thing I’m most happy
about is that I can see he trusts me and that he knows he is
loved. Bruce really is my best decision in a long time. Another
big thank you to Monika’s.

Here’s a photo of Bruce looking fabulous on the couch after his
bath. Also a little YouTube clip https://youtu.be/G7t8BapE_S4
of him chasing his ball with a bell in it his vision is pretty bad but
he can hear this one). If you’re looking for a sturdy ball with a bell
for your blind dog this is the company that makes them: https://
www.kazoopetco.com.au/product-detail/rubber-studded-balls








“ Apparently Bruce’s
posts on Facebook
are more popular “ Fred ”
than mine but I’m
ok with that lol.”
• They are OLDER AND WISER, they may
be a little slower but they are CALMER
and less likely to drive you CRAZY!!!!

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• Senior dogs are ready to be “ Whisky & Tequila ”
your friend and bed-mate, to “ One day someone who
share long walks and evenings
in front of the fire. They will loves old dogs will come
romp like a puppy sometimes,
but not all the time. Believe and take us home…”
me, that’s something you’ll
appreciate at three in the
morning.











So go and check out the puppies, and when you are ready for a
mature relationship….come back to us! It takes a lot of time to
get this sweet and we have a lot of love left to give.


I learned a
“ Carlos” new trick today!



If I smile for
the camera…
I get a treat!

FEATURED SENIOR DOGGIES ARE:

Jerry Silky x 14yrs 7.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Sending you
lots of love!” Breanna
Fred Maltese x 12yrs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory
of Sam!” Valerie Rodgers
Carlos Spitz x 12yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving
memory of Ricky, Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
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 absolute angel!” Briarna Jade
Ruben Mastiff x Kelpie 9yrs 27kgs Male Sponsor: “ You “ Ruben”
have a sponsor, now you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse
“ Fred ”

Senior dogs may be approaching the Winter of their
FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE
lives, but there is still a ‘Spring’ in their step!
PHONE: (02) 9486-3133

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https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

Share updates/ videos, catch up on our latest news
and help us to spread the word! LIKE US TODAY :)














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5 6 7 8












9 10 11 12

1. Kiba Husky 2yrs Male Sponsor: “From our family of 2 dogs!” Lisa & Greg
2. Dakota Cattle 2yrs 21kgs Female Sponsor: “ Thanks for sponsoring me Anna!” Nadir Guessoum
3. Murray Cattle x Border Collie 4yrs 22kgs Male Sponsor: Sending you lots of love from Lisa Suters
4. Nelson Cattle x 3yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Minnie!” Marika Camilleri
5. Sally Cattle x Kelpie 2yrs 22.8kgs Female Sponsor: “She has so much love to give!” Inzie Bailie
6. Buddy Cattle x Kelpie 1yr 18.kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah
7. Mumbo Mastiff x 12mths 22.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
8. Bear Husky 2yrs 26kgs Male Sponsor: Iglu is very happy to help our furry friends to have a 2nd chance at life
9. Gideon Kelpie x 18mths 16.5kgs Male Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re such a good boy! ”Jane & Romeo
10. Dahlia Whippet x Staffy 12mths Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Linda & Pee Wee!” Pat Knorr
11. Nugget English Staffy x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Jessica!” Honey, Bonnie & Marti their Mum
12. Matilda Kelpie x 5yrs Female Sponsor: “A loving forever family soon!” Janelle Wooldridge

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PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE What’s trending on instagram?
in 2018 BY FOLLOWING... Follow the DoggieRescue news/

https://www.instagram.com/monikadogrescue/ see videos of the doggies/ catch
i
instagramnstagram up with our day to day
instagraminstagram
happenings and much more…









































1. Emmet Maltese x 10yrs 9.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of all my woofs!” Susan Carovigno
2. Spike Wiry Terrier 3yrs 15.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ Big hugs to a very sweet boy!” Gail & Nelson
3. Charles Maltese x 13yrs 6.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Jakkson & Jack!” Gina Carovigno
4. Fleur Mini Foxy x 13yrs 5kgs Blind Sponsor: “In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
5. Enrique Mini Pinscher 5yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Sach Baille!” Kathryn
6. Leo Maltese x 9yrs 6.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
7. Duncan Jack Russell x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins
8. Sophie Maltese x 10yrs 4.5kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Sheba!” Louise Dowd
9. Sirius Shar Pei x 9yrs 25kgs Male Sponsor: “ May you find the home of your dreams!” Tony Suters
10. Lorelei Shih Tzu x 16yrs 5.2kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sybil & Jed, 2 strays!”Janet & Richard
11. Tasha Labrador x 3yrs Female Sponsor: The Students at the Sydney School of English
12. Patricia Chihuahua 10yrs 2.9kgs Female Sponsor: “ A loving home is coming very soon!” With love from Marg

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SYDNEY DOG


“ IT WAS A HOWLING SUCCESS!”
LOVERS SHOW






Tovah, Rosy
& Jen

















Flick with
Major Kat, Jen
& Lola
Levitas
Kiba all
tuckered
out..









DOGGIERESCUE ATTENDED THE SYDNEY DOG LOVERS SHOW IN AUGUST AND IT WAS NICE TO SEE
SO MANY FAMILIAR FACES AND HEAR UPDATES ON MANY EX DOGGIERESCUE DOGS…Our boys Major &
Kiba had a blast, Kiba had so much fun he was exhausted and took a quick nap to recharge his batteries. Over the
two days we raised over $3,000 for DoggieRescue from kind donations and people buying the awesome tote bag
designed just for the show (there's still a few left so pop into DoggieRescue in Ingleside to grab yours!). We'd like to
take a moment to thank the volunteers who so generously gave up part of their weekend to spend time on our stand:
Flick, Karen, Lisa, Steph, Alile, Jenny, Tovah, Nat, Ange, Brian, Fiona, Katy, Anna & Will. Special thanks must go to
the dedicated kennel hands who gave up an entire day to ensure our dogs were perfectly cared for so thank you
Bianca & Kat. We hope to see you at future events! Jen (DoggieRescue Event Coordinator)

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LARGE &
LOVEABLE!
12 DOGS OVER
15KGS










































1. Ripple Staffy x 2yrs 18.5kgs Female Sponsor: Best wishes for a loving home from Jackie Tan
2. Zeus Mastiff x 6yrs 28.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing Zeus a happy life!” Hughie Wray
3. Albie Bull Arab x 1yr 29.9kgs Male Sponsor: “A loving home soon!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat
4. Scooby Ridgeback x 3yrs 34kgs Male Sponsor: “I hope you find a family as good as mine!” George Coleman
5. Percy Mastiff x 8yrs 31kgs Male Sponsor: “ For the lovely Lily & joyous Jenna!”Lisa Kane
6. Indi Cattle x Kelpie 6yrs 31kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
7. Major Bull Arab x 12mths 36kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
8. Tara Mastiff x Wolfhound 4yrs 40.1kgs Female Sponsor:“Sending you lots of love!” Jane & her fur kids
9. Sergeant Bull Arab x 12mths 34kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
10. Grace Old English S/dog x 8yrs 32kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Crayon!” Sam, Tim & Shannon
11. Elsa Shepherd x 8yrs 35.2kgs Female Sponsor:“ For our rainbow bridge mob!” Colleen & Ron
12. Koda Shepherd x 2yrs 25kgs Female Sponsor: Iglu is very happy to help our furry friends to have a 2nd chance

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YOU CAN MAKE A



DIFFERENCE!



LOVE ANIMALS? MEET LIKE MINDED PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER...







































Volunteer Help Give us
at the Shelter. Fundraise... a call...

There are a huge variety of Meet like minded people, have No matter what skills you have,
volunteer jobs available. some fun & help us fundraise! or your age you can help!



FOR MORE DETAILS ON MORE WAYS YOU
HELP PLEASE CALL 9486-3133

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WE SAY GOODBYE DoggieRescue.com
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DISCLAIMER: The point of
view that is expressed by
some contributors in their
In our August 2018 issue Snow’s story appeared on pages 10 –11. It was Snow’s respective articles does not
6th Adoption Anniversary. Adopted as an older girl of 8 years of age she had necessarily reflect that of the
reached the grand old age of 14. Sadly this month Snow has lost her battle with Publisher, Editor.
failing health…. Advertising for services and

products appearing here is
accepted by the Publisher
“ I am so very thankful for all the memories we have made together and the love
and Editor in good faith.
you have given me. I was just 22 years old when I brought you home and I really However the Publisher and
thought I knew what I was doing... You humbled me and taught me so much. I am Editor give no guarantee or
so grateful to you for every lesson you taught me Snow, even if some of them endorsement of products or
services, nor the advertisers
knocked me down a few pegs.” Jess Sandstrom
will fulfill their obligations.


Snow left this world on Sunday the 19th August. Her body failed her and we
had to do the right thing by our beautiful princess. In the last week of her life
we spoiled her with all her favourite foods. We will love her…

f o r e v e r

No - Kill Charity Phone 9486-3133 Volunteers welcome!





INDIGO is one of the

many FEMALE

dogs who are

dumped PREGNANT..

NEVER buy a dog or a

puppy from a pet shop
when THOUSANDS

need homes.






























DON’T Be part of the solution,

SHOP... ADOPT! not the problem!

RESCUE DOGS ARE THE BEST BREED


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