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Published by magazine, 2018-07-27 16:54:58

DoggieRescue E-Magazine Test 2018

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

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




Vol.11 No.165
AUGUSTUGUST
A
AUGUSTAUGUST
2018 PHONE: 9486-3133
ADOPTED DOGS 12,400
DOG WALKING HOURS
11AM - 2PM TUES - SUN
Weather permitting












“ I am a FOREVER
dog, if you could not
offer me forever, then
I should never have

been your dog”
Meg



There are many reasons for
abandoning a dog but Meg’s
would have to be the saddest.
Read her story on p13














WWW.DOGGIERESCUE.COM

2 AUGUST 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE
from my desk
• “ LIFE INSTEAD OF DEATH ” - A NO-KILL SHELTER


Dear Readers

Our cover girl Meg ( pictured with me ) looks
sad and forlorn. Yet she has a life of love and
hope now. From being a pound dog, unwanted
with no energy and feeling very unwell, she is
now a little girl who dances in circles when she
gets excited. She has to put up with blood
tests (needle pricks in her ears twice daily)
and insulin injections twice daily but that all
revolves around meal times so I don’t think
she minds. Some days we even have to do
glucose curves for the vet which entails blood
tests every 2 hours! Yuk! But it is all about
giving her the best quality of life and diabetic
control.
Our not so little Gretel (Boxer X) pup (p5 and
also pictured below) with the breathing issues
is bouncing around large as life chewing any
stick she can find and playing tug with anyone
willing to play. She has just come back from
the vets after having a tooth root abscess. At
her age you might say? She is always
chewing sticks so a piece must have pierced
her gums and got infected. She is doing well
now and we are waiting final results of her CT
Thank you for taking the time to read our
scan to see what the specialist can offer in “
the way of surgery. I understand they will be magazine and we hope it will inspire you to come
able to open up an airway on the right side of and lend a hand somewhere in the many areas of
her face by cutting through soft tissue. We will our work. Thank you, all of you, who are already
await final details. In the meantime Gretel is
just having a ball being a puppy and running helping with your time, resources and your love. ”
around with other pups and small dogs.
Our dogs of broken promises show the different types of
dogs that are left at pounds with no future – all breeds,
sizes and ages. Just look at the different dogs we have
on show here. Even pure bred gentle dogs, like Ricky the
West Highland, get chucked out. Don’t ever think the
pounds are full of large sized aggressive dog. Nothing is
further from the truth.

Even our Snow who is well loved in her forever home,
started life in the pound as a young pup with all her
siblings. Whilst we found homes for the pups, Snow was
returned 10 years later as a mature lady. She was lucky
to find a caring couple who even built her a Snow mobile
and started Jess on the career path as a dog trainer.

AUGUST 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

In Joss’s Goss this month, Joss shares insights into some of the more
difficult dogs we have had in our care, from complex medical issues • Please make a DONATION
through to behavioural issues. It gives you an idea of the care and hard
work that goes into rehabilitating these dogs. If you wanted to make a tax

deductible donation to help Doggie
Corinne reminds us there are so many beautiful faces at Doggiewood just Rescue save more lives in the year
waiting for you to find them. So many smiley faces. We have a Luv-a-Bull ahead you can donate online via
page depicting some of those smiley staffies and Bianca shares some our secure website or call us on
special insights on Khaleesi our gorgeous girl who needs someone with 02 9486 3133.
patience to teach her sign language. We also have Big Dogs for the big
dog lovers. Beautiful young dogs who want to find homes before they
grow too old. We also have Lap Lovers, the cute littlies who often need • Become a DoggieRescue
some of their behaviours unravelled. LIFESAVER

Or you might like to consider

Our magazine always has some sad becoming a DoggieRescue
and happy moments and we have a Lifesaver (see p20), with a regular
memorial feature – a tribute of love monthly gift to support our work.
and loss to some of our dogs to
remind us that the time we have All gifts, regardless of size, help us
together with our pets is short lived to give a brighter future to the dogs
and precious and we should make and cats in our care. Thank you in
the most of every day. advance for your kind donation.

I look forward to keeping you
FEATURED DOG WITH MONIKA : Meg Maltese x Shih Tzu 10yrs updated on our progress in the
Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns months ahead and sincerely thank
you again for all your support.

“ Our Freedom Dog Park is almost complete
Warmest regards
and next issue we will show you what some of
Monika
our dogs think of it. Stay tuned!” Monika
Monika Biernacki
Where is DoggieWood? Founder - DoggieRescue
Ingleside Shelter location: 2 McCowan Rd,
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101 Alfie (aka
Open 11AM –2.30PM Tuesday to Sunday Freckles)
Phone: 9486-3133 www.DoggieRescue.com.au now a DR
volunteer.









Please help us to continue
our lifesaving work

4 AUGUST 2018 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE


DOGGIERESCUE.COM
ISSUE: AUGUST 2018

FEATURES

WE ARE NOT ‘UNTIL’ DOGS— 6-9
WE ARE ‘FOREVER’ DOGS!
HAPPY ‘GOTCHA’DAY DEAR 10-11
SNOW! By Jess Sandstrom

IT’S COMING! An update on
DoggieRescue’s Freedom Park. 15
OUR BOY MALAKI
By Christy Nicholls 16-17
IN FOCUS—KHALEESI
By Bianca Nati 27
A LOVE STORY (Samson)
By Charmaine Charlton 29
MEMORIAL FEATURE We say
goodbye to some special dogs. 34-35
CATS & BUNNIES All sweet, 39-48
totally adoptable & waiting...


IN EVERY ISSUE


FROM MY DESK
2-3
by Monika Biernacki

THE GOSS FROM JOSS 12-14
by Joss Stewart DoggieRescue wishes to thank our volunteer photographer for
her amazing feature photos showcasing our adorable doggies.


UP CLOSE & PERSONAL – 33 Lyndall Hord Mobile 0432 617982
with “ Milkshake Piper ” FLOPPY EARS PHOTOGRAPHY
www.floppyearsphotography.com.au

Cover: Meg is our Check out DoggieRescue.com online
August cover girl.
Read her story p13.
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Cover photo https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue Email:
: Lyndall Hord [email protected]
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