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Ian with Piper: My
Easter wish for Piper
and Penny is that they
find a loving home
together, not only for
Easter, but FOREVER!
They are both great
little dogs and really
deserve the best…
Olivia with Penny: My ADOPTING PENNY & PIPER
Easter wish for Piper
and Penny is that they CHANGED OUR LIVES FOREVER
find a ‘furever’ home
together, where the By Ian Adams
Easter Bunny will
always know how to It was a very warm Saturday morning as A few weeks later we set off for Doggie
find them. They are a Olivia and I left home to come up to Rescue again. When we arrived it was
pair of sweet little girls! DoggieRescue for a day of dog walking. pouring with rain. It was on for the day.
We had toyed with the idea of adopting a Walking again was cancelled. Once
It was ironic that these dog, but as we both work full time we didn't again a volunteer suggested 'cuddle time'
captions from Ian & think it would be fair to leave a dog by itself with the small dogs. One volunteer said
Olivia appeared with all day. We arrived at the shelter to be told that we had a soft spot for Penny and
the photo above in our it was too hot for dog walking. We totally Piper and we should have them again.
Easter Edition 2013 of understood, but were slightly disappointed. We were delighted to get them. It was
DR Magazine.... One of the other volunteers suggested that cold and they had little knitted jumpers
we spent time with dogs who were shy, on. So cute. Another great day.
withdrawn and who didn't get out much.
This was our first encounter with Penny We had decided to adopt them both as
and Piper. I bent down to pick up Piper and soon as we could. We'd gone from not
to my horror, she wet herself. I couldn't having a dog, to adopting two. Best
believe she was that scared. Penny wasn't decision ever.
keen on being picked up either. She'd
struggle and wriggle so much. Penny wouldn't walk 5 metres without
giving up. Piper was very jumpy and
But we enjoyed our time with them as you easily startled. They both hated the
can see in the Easter picture above taken vacuum cleaner. They were both so shy
that day. We were asked to give our ‘Easter and timid. After having them home for a
Wishes’ for them, which we did not knowing few weeks we started to introduce new
we would actually make them come true! things to them. Instead of them having
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harnesses on when going for walks, we tried them on
pretty leads and pretty collars. All of a sudden Penny's
walks were getting longer and Piper was becoming
more settled and relaxed.
It’s taken a few years of work, but now when they hear
the laundry cupboard opening, they run down the
hallway because they know it’s walk time. A pocket full
of treats will entice any dog. We walk for kilometres
now, with no complaints. It’s so pleasing to see this
positive change. The hardest thing now is when we
have to leave them when we go to work. We miss
them so much, but come home time we cant wait to
see their smiling faces and hear their excited chatter.
We went on an overseas trip last year and we left both So it’s with big thanks to Monika’s DoggieRescue for
the dogs securely cared for. It broke our hearts leaving rescuing these little animals and thanks for thinking we
them for 3 weeks. We knew we'd miss them, but didn't would be good parents to them. Hard to believe on the
realise how much. It was like leaving your kids at 22nd March this year we have had them 2 years. Time’s
home. They are our kids. It was so good to get back to gone so quickly. 2 years for us, 14 in dog years. We love
see them again. At first they didn’t recognise us but them both so much. Ian, Olivia, Penny and Piper Adams.
after a while they settled down when they realised who
we were. We can’t imagine life without them now and
wonder how we ever managed. They still aren't keen
on the vacuum, but eventually I'll teach them to use it.
DOGGY DAY SPA
“ Do it yourself ”
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SAVING CATS LIVES
Never believe that a few caring people
cannot change the fate of many animals…
Because it can and has happened!
It is so inspiring to see Blacktown Animal Holding Facility
working together with rescue groups to save as many
abandoned animals as they can but it’s been particularly
bad these last few weeks. Too many cats and kittens. Not
enough homes. Not enough foster carers. The list for
euthanasia when it came through was a long one ranging
from a very scared pair of surrendered cats to young
adults and even small kittens. 60 cats in the pound were
on death row, with 25 due for euthanasia on Monday.
To save as many as possible and with the pound’s full
support an urgent plea was put out by RescueCatProject
and with only until Monday at 4.30pm to do it. All through
that terrible weekend cat lovers pledged donations to help
with the cost of adopting the desperate cats.
Slowly one, two, three, then five were safe. Messages of
support came from far and wide but there were just too
many, too, too many. It seemed that in the end there
would be no happy endings for most of the abandoned
pets. It was hard not to feel ashamed for the irresponsible
owners who had dumped or surrendered their unwanted
pets to their unknown fate. Or had simply not desexed
their cat and got rid of the consequences.
These cats and kittens had become well known to our Michelle from DoggieRescue picking up the
E-Magazine readers—ginger, black and white, grey, pure cats from Blacktown Animal Holding Facility.
black and pure white, so many lovely cats now with
names and their personalities well known. 4.30pm edged A big, big thank you to Monika's DoggieRescue for
ever closer and soon was past. It seemed of the cats on their amazing help in taking cats out of the pound
the euthanasia list only the chosen five would be lucky today! We breathed a sigh of relief when we saw you
enough to survive. I am sure many followers, including walk in and waved good bye as these precious souls
myself, looked with dread on the Tuesday to see if any walked out. DoggieRescue took not only the cats left
more managed to be adopted but with not much hope. on the euthanasia list but also a many more kittens
and cats. So many desperate cats and kittens were
I felt compelled to write this story because, amazing as saved. Best of luck to all our ex Blacktown pound
cats and kittens, we wish you the very best in life!!
it seems, there is a happy ending. RescueCatProject
continues the story…. Corinne, Editor.
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SO HOW DID DOGGIERESCUE SAVE SO MANY CATS Hi Rachel,
AND KITTENS FROM DEATH ROW AT BLACKTOWN?
Great idea! I’ll contact all the vets on the northern
Well, it happened like this! Rachel, a DoggieRescue beaches down to and including Mosman, Neutral Bay,
volunteer and supporter had seen the cat’s plight and all the Eastern suburbs vets as well, first thing
highlighted in Doggie Rescue E-Magazine and had a Sunday morning and Monday morning for those not
brilliant idea...Below is the email she sent to her DR open on Sundays. I’ll report back to you. Michelle
contacts and her idea was set in motion.
With a lot of networking the weekend went past with
There are 60 kittens and cats on death row at Blacktown amazing results. Not only were the death row cats and
Animal Holding Facility and I believe we can all save kittens saved but many more besides including a couple
them. There are many more than the needed vets in of mothers with newborn/very young kittens. Many were
Sydney and if only each will be willing to foster a kitten/cat placed into vets care, with DoggieRescue rescuing the
and keep it until they can find a home for it we can save rest including our cover boy Fergus ( was Klosters )
these lives. Will you help me to contact vets to do so?
There are so many of us, if we each can connect with vets Due to people who cared and had the determination
in our area and find one or two who are willing we can do to make a difference the fate of the abandoned cats
it. Will you help me as we do not have much time. Rachel & kittens was changed from DEATH to LIFE.
I’m safe I’m safe I’m safe I’m safe
Imp. 484 JAMES 1-2yrs Imp. 505 KLOSTERS Imp. 6334 DORI 1-2yrs Imp. 676 MITZY 4-6yrs
Black Male 2-4yrs Ginger Male Black / White Female Ginger/White Female
THANK Imp. 675 BELLE 2-4yrs I’m safe
YOU ALL Tabby Female Mitzy (above )
FROM SOME & Belle were surrendered by
OF THE VERY their owner and are a pair.
Doggie Rescue, in conjunction with participating veterinary hospitals, currently has 67 CATS &
KITTENS being cared for with 20 ready for adoption and listed on our web site.
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Meet our Hello Readers,
foster doggie Kinks (affectionately known as Bugsy)
is a very precious senior, who came
THE JOY OF FOSTERING to us in July 2008 to recover from
knee surgery as he was limping badly
By Marina De Marchi when DR rescued him from the
pound. I remember one of the DR
“ Older doggies have a real charm about them….” ladies bringing him over just a day
after his surgery. He was all
Background: Kinks ( was originally known as Bugsy ) is a small, tri colour bandaged and needed to be carried
Foxy x who came from the pound in 2008 with an injured leg which in and out of the house whenever he
needed surgery. Due to his fragile condition a foster carer was needed for needed to go to the toilet as he was
him to be able to have one on one care while he recovered from surgery pretty much on bed rest for the first
as he was limping badly. Marina was perfect for Kinks as she and her week or so.
family had fostered dogs from DoggieRescue before. This is her story.
Right from the start Kinks seemed to
understand that he was being helped
and he never once complained about
being picked up to be taken outside
or being given medication or having
his bandages checked. He just went
with the flow. A few weeks later he
was diagnosed with Cushings
disease and was put on medication to
manage the condition.
In 2010 he was briefly adopted, but
was returned to DR after a week as
he showed a propensity for chasing
the family chickens. When Doggie
Rescue called me to say he was
being returned to the shelter, we were
delighted to take him back and he
was equally delighted to see us when
we went to pick him up at Ingleside,
and he’s happily been with us ever
The only reason we haven’t adopted
him ourselves was that his medication
was very expensive and we have
three ageing dogs of our own. When
you foster, DoggieRescue pays for
any medication your foster doggie
might need as well as any vet bills
( with pre approval ) so for us
fostering Kinks was ideal and we
could give him the loving, stable
home environment that he craved.
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Being a senior and observing Kinks for a
with a fair bit of while, it was decided he
arthritis, Kinks should come home and see
doesn’t join us on how he went. So far he
walks with our seems to have gone from
other doggies strength to strength and we
because he can’t have our fingers crossed.
sustain a long
walk, so when- Older doggies have a real
ever I can, I put charm about them. Sure,
him in a stroller they may have a few
and take him out requirements such as
to different places medications or maybe
where he can needing a bit of a hand to
walk around and get up steps from the
smell all the garden onto the deck, but
different dog they are really no trouble at
scents and meet all and they have so much
other dogs who love to give.
might be out on
their walks, which is something he uncanny how he can be fast asleep, It’s so rewarding to either
really enjoys. Other than that, he’s and always wake up as soon as I leave FOSTER or ADOPT an older
happy to potter around our garden the room to follow me – almost as if he doggie and give them a safe,
which is quite large or just lie in the has a sixth sense. At the moment he’s loving home that will hopefully
sun with our doggies. He’s so easy sitting next to me on his cushion as I’m make up for whatever
to please! Kinks is just grateful to typing his story. misfortune they may have had
have a home where he’s part of a in their past lives.
family and knows that he’s loved. Back in October, Kinks gave us a
huge scare as he suddenly became
We have fostered this elderly very ill. It was five days of high drama
gentleman for seven years this which ended with Monika meeting me
July and he has never been any at the vets with euthanasia a possibility.
trouble at all. He’s a very loyal, Monika was so wonderful – she turned
loving boy who despite his arthritis up with some boiled chicken which
always gets up from one of his many Kinks actually ate. Kinks was also able
cushions placed around the house to to stand a bit which he hadn’t been able
follow me wherever I go. It’s quite to do. After chatting to Peter the vet
THESE SENIORS WOULD BENEFIT GREATLY FROM A LOVING FOSTER HOME….
Celene Blind Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs Louis Jack Russell x Chihuahua Genie Jack Russell x 13yrs 4.9kgs
Female. Sponsor: “Linda, Pat & Pee 12yrs 4kgs Male Sponsor: Lopez (ex Female Sponsor: “ On behalf of our
Wee, with love. Remembering Robbie DR dog), Chilli, Pippy & Tess, with love sweet Josie!” Love from Liz May
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HOPPY EASTER! Wilma the cute
bunny is looking for a
home. A very pretty
charcoal bunny 2
years she is used to
being handled. Why
not adopt her with
one of her cute baby
bunnies for company.
Easter from Sylvia
MY NAME IS ROSCOE &
I IMPERSONATE THE
I love to chase shadows,
I can see things in a tree
that nobody else can see.
I love to watch the washing
turn ‘round and ‘round,
A cuter, more cuddly Easter
Bunny is not to be found...
Roscoe Jack Russell x
5yrs 6.2kgs Male Sponsor:
“ In loving memory of Rusty
& Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
Forget the chocolate this Easter
morning I have found a yummy
breakfast for you to make for
the person that you love best….
EASTER BUNNY PANCAKES
All you need is...
Featuring star ex DR doggie • 1 pancake Place a pancake on a plate (heated first). The
Chippy Pizzey and his • 2 slices banana banana slices make the eyes & the blueberries
pearl’s of wisdom... • 2 blueberries make them blue. A slice of strawberry makes
• 1 slice strawberry the nose. Using a small spoon drizzle jam or
• jam or syrup syrup to make a mouth. Two mini marshmallows
• 2 mini-marshmallows to act as teeth. Finally, place two slices of melon
• 2 thin slices rockmelon on top of the head (pancake) to act as the ears.
Eat your Easter Bunny! Happy Easter from Chip
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COVER BOY FERGUS & FRIENDS
I met a little rabbit once, a hopping on his way… Fergus 2yrs ginger & white puss & his
“ Where are you going on such a lovely day?” bunny friends Bambi & Nugget (details
He said, with just the slightest frown - “Don’t hinder me I pray, DR website ). Sponsor Fergus: Wishing
I’ve got all these doggies to rehome, before it’s Easter Saturday!” you a very Happy Easter from Breanna.
Russell Sheltie x Kelpie 3yrs Male Sponsor:“ To help you start a brand new life!” Happy Easter, Desi Hendrawan
Taz Pomeranian x 2yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “You are so cute I hope you find a good home soon!” Isabella
Cocoa Mini Foxy x 1yr Female Sponsor: “Hoping you find a happy forever family for Easter!” Will
Lulu Pomeranian x 11yrs 3kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our beautiful Elle!” from Bill & Joan Collins
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My chicken is
getting ready to
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7. 8. 9.
EASTER IS A GREAT TIME TO ADOPT A NEW BEST FRIEND—CALL 9486-3133
1. Bessie Foxy x Cattle 6yrs Female Sponsor: Wishing you a very Happy Easter with love from Shona & Narice
2. Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy 8yrs Female Sponsor: Angela Rayner & the team at Aristocrat Technologies Aust. P/L
3. Maple Staffy x 3yrs 17kgs Female Sponsor: “ Maple falls into our hearts and brings happiness!” Jenny
4. Siska English Staffy x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
5. Tina Poodle x 1yr 4.4kgs Female Sponsor: Sending lots of licks & tail wags from Sammy & Bosley the Lion
6. Shortcake Staffy Terrier x Cattle 2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: With love from Kezi, Sherry & Spot Trafford
7. Gypsy Kelpie x Shepherd 2yrs 18.2kgs Female Sponsor: Best wishes for a home from Freddie Martin
8. Pandora Pointer x 2yrs 20kgs Female Sponsor: “Hoping hard for a forever home for Easter!” George Coleman
9. Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy
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Featuring Dr. Deidre Clack from The Cottage Animal Hospital
www.thecottageanimalhositpal.com Phone: 9890 7220
“ On these two pages I have highlighted a few hazards for pets at
Easter time. By following these simple tips you and your pets can
enjoy a happy and safe Easter holiday. ” Dee
• These flowers are
beautiful and festive,
but should be
avoided at all costs if
you share your home
with pets. Easter
Lilies are one of the
plants for pets,
especially to cats.
and loss of appetite
are symptoms of lily
EASTER GRASS BUYING A LIVE PET ( a hazard for the pet)
• This is the pretty shredded cellophane that • It is easy to succumb to the adorable bunnies, chickens and
accompanies Easter Egg baskets. As it smells ducks who appear in pet store windows at this time of year.
‘chocolately’ dogs may be tempted to ingest it. Pressure from a child is a temptation for parents but spur of
Cats are also attracted to these shiny shreds,
the moment purchases often end in abandonment for those
and like tinsel, ingesting this "grass" may be
pets who are dumped in pounds when the novelty wears off.
lethal. Pets can not digest it, leading to the
Adopting a baby animal is a LONG TERM COMMITMENT
threads getting stuck in and damaging their
not to be taken impulsively. A better option for an Easter gift
intestines. Tip: A better choice? Use paper, or for a child? A cute, cuddly toy like the ones featured above.
even real grass in your Easter baskets!
TIN FOIL EASTER COSTUMES
• Most Easter eggs are wrapped in • Pets can look cute dressed as
shiny foil and while it looks very pretty, ‘Easter bunnies’ but make sure that
if swallowed, it can pose a choking or they are not feeling stressed or in too
obstruction hazard for your pet. tight, uncomfortable costumes.
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Did you know ….PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE…
is a hazard for This Easter please keep chocolate out of your pets reach. Teach
your children this is one instance where it’s best not to share!
• Dogs have a sweet tooth, a great nose and a strong determination
to find chocolate whether it’s hidden or not! The toxic components
in chocolate are theobromine and caffeine, and the level of toxicity
is based on the type and quantity of chocolate consumed. Early
clinical signs that your dog may have consumed chocolate are
vomiting, diarrhoea and trembling. Dark chocolate is potentially
more harmful than milk chocolate. If your dog ingests any form of
chocolate, it’s best to consult your vet immediately
Telephone: 9890 7220 Snowman Nolan
16 Ross Street, PARRAMATTA. 2150 ( ex DR doggie )
helping to deliver
• Your dog won’t know the difference
between their toys and the toy Easter
bunnies that abound at Easter. Any
stuffed toys that fill your Easter baskets
need to be dog safe ie: noses, eyes &
decorations securely fastened for small
parts can come off and pose a choking
hazard for your pet.
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12 EASTER CATS
EVERY CAT AND KITTEN IS PRECIOUS AND UNIQUE.
ON DEATH ROW SURRENDERED CAT 58 DAYS ON
SINCE DECEMBER NO HOLDING PERIOD DEATH ROW
Imp. 6090 MARCELLO Imp. 1191 MISTY Imp. 336 EVEREST
2-4yrs Ginger/White Male 2-4yrs Dark Torty Female 4-6yrs White Male
We have promoted this adorable Misty is another cat that has ended up So many of the cats that we have
fluffy boy previously, but our efforts on the "hit list". This beautiful (slightly promoted since these photos were
were in vain because he is still in curvaceous) cat with very small paws taken have left the pound and are
the pound! His initial instincts were was surrendered to the pound by her safe in happy homes. Everest is not
"anti-other-cat" but that seems to owners. I am not sure of the one of those lucky ones. He remains
have changed as he is happy in a circumstances in why that happened, in the pound and has now been
run with other boys but that is not but she now needs to find a new there for 58 days. A gentle, quiet
what he needs. He needs a home. home rather faster than some other boy Everest needs new parents, and
Marcello has been waiting since cats as surrendered cats have no all the love and care that parents
December. Perhaps if we share holding period and can be put down entail. He also needs an inside home
him about someone will decide that any time. Misty quickly calmed down - as a pure white cat with a pink nose
an exceptionally friendly fluffy is for her photos and seems to have no he is susceptible to skin cancer if
just what they need. Adoption cost issues with other cats. Adoption cost allowed to roam. Adoption cost $230
$230 - love comes free! $230 - love comes free! - love comes free!
MANY OF THESE CATS HAVE ‘PLEDGES’ ON THEM WHICH MAKES THEIR ADOPTION COST LOWER.
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SADLY WE CANNOT TELL ALL OF THEIR STORIES...
VERY OVERDUE BEAUTIFUL GINGER ABANDONDED
Imp. 712 VESTA Imp. 1456 SAFARI Imp. 948 MYOKO
1-2yrs Torti Female 1-2yrs Ginger/Tabby Female 2-4yrs Blue Torty Female
Little Vesta is another one of these Safari was snapped in the attempt to You may recall this beautiful little
little cats that are now turning up find a beautiful ginger female (quite blue tortoiseshell from last month’s
reasonably regularly in the pound rare) cat to bring to you all. Ginger issue. She then had a gorgeous little
wearing harlequin pants. This little cats come in so many different champagne kitten with her, who was
lady has the most remarkable pair. shades and this pretty lady was the quickly snaffled up but sadly little
She is really something quite one that we found particularly lovely. Mummy Myoko remains in the shelf
special indeed. Vesta is seeking A junior or young adult cat, she was at this stage, and as we all know,
her own someone, and is hoping adorable, and trustworthy enough to that is a very dangerous place to be.
for a Happy Easter. Vesta is very stand on the "white carpet" all by So here is her photo to remind us all
overdue so every day she waits herself without any restraint. She of what a spectacular blue tortoise-
puts her life in jeopardy. Do you even sat down! Too beautiful to stay shell she is, and that she still needs
have room for a very pretty, sweet in a pound - we would love to see her a home. URGENTLY as she is very
little girl? Adoption cost $230 - love fill her parental vacancy.$230 to adopt overdue. Anyone? $230 to adopt -
comes free! - love comes free. love comes free.
CHECK HERE: https://www.facebook.com/RescueCatProject.Homepage?ref=bookmarks
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12 EASTER CATS
WE HAVE FEATURED 12 IN THE HOPE THEY WILL BE SAVED
TOO BEAUTIFUL TO DEATH ROW FOR TIME IS
BE HOMELESS OVER 60 DAYS LIMITED
Imp. 1356 DUSTER Imp. 533 ZORRETTE Imp. 1277 PRAIRIE
2-4yrs Champagne Male 4-6yrs Torty Female 6-12mths Tabby/ White Male
Duster was everyone’s favourite Zorrette is an extremely pretty This little boy has for an inexplicable
cat when these photos were taken. tortoiseshell, with lovely markings and reason, ended up on a list of cats
That's a pretty difficult thing to say, who is full of personality and charm that could potentially be put down.
with so many lovely cats but the but she has sat on Death Row for at That does not seem entirely fair,
medium hair cats are so pretty. least 60 days now and time is given that he is a little junior cat who
Duster is wearing 3 collars - his running out to save her life. Not is interested in games and cuddles
impounding collar, his own collar helping her to find a new family is a and smooches. He was very happy
with bell and a flea collar. Some- very poor photo on the web site. to curl up in my arms and play with
one, somewhere, loves Duster and Zorrette really needs some luck and his tail. He purred the whole time he
really, who wouldn’t? Unfortunately fast for she is very overdue. Could was out of his run. However, given
his own parents have not located you find space in your home and love his allocation on the latest red list, it
him in the pound and we must help in your heart to save this pretty little is urgent new parents are found to fill
him to find new ones! Adoption girl’s life? Adoption cost $230 - love his parental vacancy! Adoption cost
cost $230 - love comes free! comes free! $230 - love comes free!
MANY OF THESE CATS HAVE ‘PLEDGES’ ON THEM WHICH MAKES THEIR ADOPTION COST LOWER.
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PLEASE SAVE JUST ONE OF THESE PRECIOUS LIVES...
Imp. 1203 AMSU Imp. 1204 SIROCCO Imp. 1324 J’ADORE
6-8yrs Grey Female
2-4YRS Smokey Black Male 1-2yrs Tabby/White Female
This cat is truly fabulous. Large, Sirocco was the first mother cat to There were so many beautiful cats
lithe and lovely, Amsu is a big boy enter the cattery after the mothers this week at Blacktown that it was
in need of a big heart. As you can and babies section was cleaned out hard to choose who to photograph!
see from these photos, his head by Doggie Rescue a few weeks ago. Seeing this gorgeous cat I have to
takes up a good portion of a human She arrived as a surrender cat with a say - you should not underestimate
hand - but doesn't he love the single baby, who has probably gone how many truly fabulous cats come
cuddles! to live with all of the babies in the into BAHF who do not have great
baby runs. She is now by herself. This photos on the web site and are never
Amsu was a terrific subject to beautiful girl surely loves her cuddles. properly promoted. Oh - and the
photograph and had a lovely The photo does not show the reason why I have said nothing
personality to boot. How do cats absolutely sweet nature that she about this glorious girl? I don't need
like this end up in pounds? It is has. We love (not only her good to - the photos speak for themselves.
something we don’t understand. looks, but also her attitude!) $230 to She is simply stunning.$230 to adopt
$230 to adopt - love comes free. adopt - love comes free. - love comes free.
CHECK HERE: https://www.facebook.com/RescueCatProject.Homepage?ref=bookmarks
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• APARTMENT FRIENDLY 1.
• LOW SHEDDING
On DoggieRescue’s website the dogs have descriptions
making it far easier to see if your new best friend will fit into
your lifestyle. On this page we highlight 9 adoptable doggies
who are apartment friendly and are also low shedding...
1. Winston Spitz x Shih Tzu 6yrs 11.7kgs Male Sponsor: From the students at the Sydney School of English
2. Ralph Maltese x 12yrs 6.2kgs Male Sponsor:“ Wishing you luck in finding a forever and ever home!” P. Tew
3. Walter Shih Tzu x 10yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you are so very handsome!” Lots of love from Barbara
4. Maggie Shih Tzu x 10yrs 10.3kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear little Fantasia!” Emma Curtin
5. Waffle Pomeranian x 12yrs Male Sponsor: “ With love on behalf of our ex DR doggie Dougie!” Denise Bartlett
6. Miss Muffet Shih Tzu x 13yrs Female. Sponsor: Good luck from the students at The Sydney School of English.
7. Igor Maltese x Jack Russell 10yrs Male Sponsor: “Sending you love and hugs!” from Jane & her fur kids
8. Oscar Maltese x Shih Tzu 10yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor:“In memory of dear Scamp!” Joey, Lily & Helen Ingold
9. Noodles Lowchen x 9yrs 5.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck for a happy forever home!” P. Tew
There are many loveable doggies for whom living in an apartment would be suitable.
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP FEED AND CUDDLE A LITTLE DOGGIE?
FEEDING HOURS 9AM—1PM ( APPROXIMATE )
Volunteer FEEDERS are needed
on a rostered basis (on a regular
day to suit you) at Ingleside. You
must be over 18 years, have
experience with dogs, excellent
dog-handling skills, and an
understanding of dog behaviour.
You would need to commit on a
regular rostered basis.
DoggieRescue also needs
HARNESSING volunteers (see
picture below) for dog walking.
If you love dogs & would like more details on the many varied volunteer positions available at
DoggieWood please call us at the shelter on 9486 3133 or email: [email protected]
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“ My name is DJANGO and
I’m KING OF THE WORLD ”
See YouTube video: http://youtu.be/r4Qxm0pJmJY
If I wasn’t me I’d like to be - a working cattle dog! I learn
new things easily, I love to run and chase. I’d be so happy to
protect a herd all day, just to hear those words "Good Boy!"
It took a while but I was finally trained to – fetch! I didn't
catch on at first one day I saw how much praise my family
gave my friend Jimmy when he brought the ball back, when
they threw it again I took it off him and brought it right back!!
I wish I could - please people more. So I could get more
attention. More, more, more!!
I hate to whine but - thunderstorms just suck.
My tail wags most when - Ryan's home! I love cuddles with
Anna but I go bonkers when Ryan comes home from work!!!
My relationship with other dogs is - great! I love making
new friends! It must have been all the playtime at Doggie
Rescue, ‘cause I seem to know the right way to play! Gentle
with a timid dog or a puppy, rowdy with a big Staffy, chilled
with an old dog. My owners are so proud of me.
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be - my former
owners for not picking me up from the pound when I was a
puppy. C'mon man! I was micro chipped!
My nickname is – Djangawang, Djang or Little Dog
If I impersonated a movie star I’d be - Michael J Fox
My yappiest moments are - when my owners ask "what's
that?" I run to the door and bark big and tough, even though
I'm small. Then I get lots of cuddles for protecting the house.
When I heard I was to star in DR magazine I – groomed
myself a bit and then ran back out into the yard. Ha! Ha! Ha!
But my family seemed pretty excited!
The food that makes me drool is – chicken! Or bacon!
Oooh...cheese!! No, no…. leftover cereal milk!!!!
Life is – a beach! I love the water and rolling in the sand:)
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I often wonder - who's on the other side of the fence? Who is it? Grrrrrr
My greatest achievement is - trusting new people, especially dudes.
When I first met Ryan and Anna it took over an hour for me to work up
the nerve to get in the car, and even then it was because Monika got in
the car and offered me treats. I let Anna pet me, but I didn't want Ryan to
touch me for my first 3 days. The first time I met Anna and Ryan's friends
my hackles went up, I growled and I hid. But then I learned that some-
times new friends have bacon, and if I'm brave enough to come close
and get it they're actually really nice! Now I LOVE it when friends come
over and am more than happy to meet new people and have a pat.
My favourite place in the world is - the beach! The first time they took
me to play in the ocean I was SO HAPPY. And then I chased birds!! And
then my friends where there and we all played in the sand! Then I got hot
and swam again, but then I had to chase birds. So then I just sat in the
sun with Anna and watched Ryan surf.
To all those dogs waiting in pounds I say - don't be limited by what's
happened in your past! My description on the Pet Rescue website said
I didn't like to be touched on the neck, would suit being around older
children and didn't like being picked up by strangers. Tell me, who likes
to be picked up by strangers? Who you are in the shelter is just a sliver
of who you can grow into if you're in a happy family like I am. I love ANY
kind of pat or touch now, and I'm very happy to sit nicely and get a pat
from toddlers and young kids.
I hope the Easter Bunny brings me - BACON!
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News & gossip
direct from the
HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY IRENE BEGGING FOR A HOME THIS MONTH IS: LARRY
Irene Williams is Albert's devoted Nana and Larry Foxy x 2yrs 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory
loves to spend time with him, it keeps her of my beautiful Pebbles!” Happy Easter from Sigrid Lublow
young, she says! Albert is an ex-Resident at
Doggiewood when he was known as Dymo.
Irene bakes cakes and sells odds and ends to
raise money for DoggieRescue. Thank you
Irene and wishing you a very Happy Birthday!
I just can’t
wait for Easter
HOW IT FEELS TO BE ABANDONED….
Nash Jack Russell x 6yrs 6kgs Male Imp: 1353 Black Female 8yrs. Due out 27th March 2015 so
Sponsor: “Happy Easter!” Nicole Van du Gard already very overdue. $230 to adopt for desexing, vaccination,
m/chip and lifetime registration.
Blacktown City Animal Holding Facility.
Ph. 9839-6161 www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline
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GUESS WHO HAS BEEN FOSTERED? SPOT THE
Venus, who was abandoned in a
pound pregnant, now has a loving
Venus Adult Female
Sponsor: Happy Easter
from Sylvia Raye
DOGGIERESCUE HAS JUST
CATS/KITTENS NEEDING PURRFECT
For more details call 9486-3133
Behind • Our next trivia night will be
the fence held on Saturday the 25th of
July at Club Willoughby. Put
this date in your diaries as last
years event was a sell out.
Tickets will be available only
online via trybooking.com
and they will be released for
sale 11th of May at 9am.
FAREWELL TO CEALLAI Hello Readers,
DoggieRescue’s Kennel Manager
For all of Isla's friends back at Ingleside,
“ It will break my heart to leave all here's a photo of her graduating Basic
the dogs, the wonderful people & Manners. Forever grateful to have found
the amazing work Monika & our girl and wanted to let you know she's
everyone does. DoggieRescue improving day by day. Loves her walks,
has been the best place I have less anxiety and knows she's loved at her
worked. It is soul food here & so forever home. Patricia Lynch
rewarding. ” Cal ( & Crumpet )
All the very best for a happy future
Cal from all your friends at DR.
Join us on Facebook
Big boy Baloo has lost
his heart to Heidi Klum!
Baloo Great Dane x 1yr 29.5kgs Male Sponsor:
“ For Emma, Jesse & Mary Burke!” Uncle Sam
Heidi Klum Cattle Dog x 2yrs Female Sponsor:
“Here’s to a happy new life!” Christabelle Tani
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A HOME FOR EASTER By Rachel Sussman,
“VINCE IS THE LIVING PROOF TO One day you will
NEWTON’S LAW THAT FOR EVERY FORCE be special Vince,
THERE IS AN EQUAL COUNTER FORCE.” I promise….
WHEN I FIRST MET VINCE: He kept growling at
me! He growled when I fed him, growled when I
cleaned and growled when I washed the floor. ‘You
cranky little boy’ I thought and wondered how badly
humans had let him down. But this did not last.
After a couple of visits Vince was standing next to
me and looking at me. Should I attempt to pat him?
I did, and that was it. Our bond was formed….
WHAT MAKES VINCE SPECIAL? Vince has a
heart much bigger than his shy growl, he is a true
softie who will shower you with love once he knows
you are ok. These days I cannot wait to see
Vince on my feeding days a
and he is among the first Vince Maltese x 3yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“ We’ve
cuddles to spare!” Kerry & Maltese Max
that greet me. Vince is a
VINCE LIKES: He loves to play with toys,
playful boy and has settled likes the company of other dogs, loves one on
one attention and being spoilt by the
beautifully with me. He will make a volunteers. He also loves CHICKEN!
great addition to a family that is VINCE DISLIKES: He does not like his bath
nor grooming! I believe he will need a
just willing to love him. professional groomer, as many long haired
dogs do. He is also not impressed when other
“I wish so much for you to find dogs take the attention away from him and may
your forever home Vince for I quietly growl.
know you will enrich the family
who adopts you. All you need is
someone who is understanding and
a little patient. My fingers are
crossed that Easter finds you in a
home of your very own” Rachel
SCRUFFY FACES, LITTLE BUNDLES OF FLUFF. SOMEHOW,ONE MALTESE IS NEVER ENOUGH!
Wiggles Maltese x 2yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Ex DR dog Woody’s way of saying thanks!” Tracy Fay
Dezzy Maltese x 3yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ My fingers are crossed for a home soon!” Ros Hadley
Bodrik Maltese x 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a loving forever home very soon!” P. Tew
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Gina Maltese x 5yrs Female Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck and a home for Easter!” P. Tew
Polly Maltese x 10yrs 6kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of our dear Connor!” Love from The Browns
Tyson Maltese x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our rescue dog Penny!” Happy Easter from Stephanie
LOYAL, LOVING, INTELLIGENT & BRAVE
The beautiful Maltese, or cross of that breed,
are an active, fun loving, intelligent dog who
bonds very closely to their family. They can
be loyal and very affectionate and for a small
breed have a huge heart. They make
excellent little watchdogs, are very
protective and they also have a loud bark.
Maltese have profuse hair which has to be
maintained to look good and so they need
committed owners. Many Maltese are
abandoned in a shocking state, filthy and
matted to the skin by people who haven not
been prepared to put in the time to care a
long haired dog. If you are looking for a loyal,
loving dog with personality plus, this is the
breed for you!
Sven Maltese x Silky 6yrs 5.2kgs Male
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my ex DR
doggie, Crunchie!” Cathy Beer
OLDER DOGS NEED A HOME AND A FOREVER FAMILY TOO...
Papi Maltese x 12yrs 6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“In memory of all my beautiful woofs!” Susan Carovigno
Cupid Maltese x 12yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “I wish you would find a loving forever family!” from Lesley Cansdell
Merlin Maltese x 15yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my special boys, Jakkson & Jack! ” Gina Carovigno
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CHILDREN & RABBITS!
With thanks to www.boingonline.com for anything you need to know about rabbits...
With Easter almost here baby bunnies again sit in pet shop windows hoping some Mum or Dad
will see them and think they are cute and cuddly—just the perfect Easter gift for a small child!
Cute and cuddly they may be and for far too long it has been thought that rabbits are great
"starter" pets for small children. This is completely inaccurate. Rabbits need gentle care.
Rabbits are misunderstood and delicate creatures with quite strong
personalities, sharp teeth and nails. Not only can children easily injure a rabbit
but also a rabbit can injure your child. All children under 15 should be supervised
with a rabbit. When a rabbit and child are not supervised, the rabbit will always
come out second best.
Sadly there are too many stories about rabbits being accidentally killed by small
children, such as the bunny who was taken to the park and dropped down the
slide until it didn't move anymore. Or the one that was brought inside to sleep
with a little girl who placed it under her pillow where it suffocated overnight.
That's just two true stories, sadly there are so many more. Rabbits are living,
breathing little bundles of personality and love but they are also timid creatures
and loud noises and children running around can scare them.
A BUNNY IS NOT A TOY!
Injuries to the children & rabbit
• Scratches & kicking
Rabbits are built differently to other animals and can
easily be injured if not interacted with correctly.
Rabbits are very bottom heavy. Their back legs are
much bigger than their front legs and this means that
they hold most of their weight in the second half of
their body. If a rabbit is held or picked up incorrectly,
a rabbit will panic and kick out with its strong hind
legs. This kicking can cause a child to drop the
rabbit. A rabbit will drop to the ground bottom first
causing breaks, serious injury and sometimes death.
The child will also be injured by the scratching of the
nails and the kicking of the legs.
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• Bites from sharp teeth
When a rabbit turns 5-6 months of age, a bunny will change from that fluffy,
cute and tolerant rabbit that they once were as a baby bunny. Once a bunny
hits 6 months of age, they are now a teenager. Their personality emerges and
they start to make their own decisions on how they want to be treated by their
human friends. Rabbits have very strong personalities and if they do not want
to be handled or picked up as they did as a baby bunny, or are frightened by
chasing or loud noises, they will start to lunge and bite the children.
A rabbit's bite is very sharp and
hard. A rabbit's front teeth need to constantly grow and grind down to
the sharpness of a razor blade to ensure they can chew hard fibrous
When a rabbit bites human skin, the incisor teeth plunge deep into the
skin. Rabbits can hold their bite in fear for quite a long time and the pain
is intense. (See a rabbit bite on hand at left.)
4 IMPORTANT things you need to know about rabbits...
1. Rabbits HATE loud noises and will attack if threatened: Rabbits are not fond of
loud noises, being chased and are very territorial and aggressive if threatened. Most rabbits that are
surrendered to shelters were bought for small children. When the bunny hits the age of around 6 months,
they start to mature and become their own little personality. This is when the bunny decides that they will not
tolerate being picked up or handled roughly. Rabbits can start to growl, lunge, bite or chase whoever is the
threat. Once a bunny starts to show these signs, most families ditch the bun instead of learning how to adjust
and interact with their maturing rabbit.
2. Do you have 10 years to dedicate to a rabbit? Rabbits live for 10 years or more if looked
after properly. Rabbits need regular veterinary visits, desexing & yearly vaccinations. Desexing helps with
behaviour and long term health issues. Calici vaccinations are yearly and this is a good opportunity to have
your bun’s health checked. Rabbits age 8 years to our 1 so a yearly check up is vital to keep up with any
3. Rabbits need good food: Rabbits need good quality vegies that you would eat yourself, not
freebies from a bin. Rabbits need good quality hay from a stockfeed store, not dried up pet hay from a pet
shop or inedible straw.
4. Rabbits need to know they are safe: Rabbits need a safe space to run, not cooped up in a
box in the backyard or left outside to fend for themselves. If inside, they need a safe bunny proofed room
and a safe place to sleep. If they live outside, their enclosure needs to be BIG and INSECT/PREDATOR
All this requires money.
Rabbits need a mature person to look after them. They are not a toy for a small child.
PLEASE don’t buy a rabbit as an Easter present unless you can care for it…
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ADOPT SNAPSHOTS On DoggieRescue’s website the dogs now have
ME! descriptions making it easy to see if your new best
friend will fit into your lifestyle. On these two pages
we highlight 20 adoptable doggies would suit a
full time worker and are apartment friendly.
• APARTMENT 1&2
• SUIT FULL
3 45 6
78 9 10
1. Angelique Mini Foxy 6yrs 3kgs Female Sponsor: With love from Ruth Wall plus Angelique’s bonded partner...
2. Bert Jack Russell x 10yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear Frankie! ” Abel & Janet Coelho.
3. Jaxson Spaniel x Spitz 9yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“ A loving home coming soon!” Happy Easter from Jody Redler
4. Lorraine T/Terrier 10yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Evie & Poppy & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
5. Joan Rivers Silky x 4yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor:“ Love from ex DR doggies Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine
6. Randle Maltese x 10yrs 4.8kgs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of our beautiful Elle!” from Bill & Joan Collins
7. Scoobie Mini Foxy x 5yrs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a happy forever home soon!” Love from Sylvia Raye
8. Possum jack Russell x 10yrs Female Sponsor:“Hugs + kisses + fingers crossed!” With love from Patsy Wills
9. Pinky Spitz x 4yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Banjo & Clancy!” Mummy & Daddy, Molly, Mabel & Henry
10. Charlie Mini Pinscher 8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor: “Here’s hoping you are adopted very soon!” Meaghan
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11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18
11. Cassie Maltese x Shih Tzu 8yrs 4.1kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins
12. Nell Chihuahua x Terrier 8yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
13. Dottie Mini Foxy x 10 years 6kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of my dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
14. Colonel Jack Russell x 10yrs 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ Colonel deserves a kind family!” Nikki@Locisolutions
15. Mr. Spok Mini Foxy x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Pepe & Cindy!” With love from Malki & Chandra
16. Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our Harry!” love from Malki & Chandra
17. Neville Poodle x Shih Tzu 10yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Skye & Marshall (Hairy McLary) Ljerka
18. Perry Maltese x 8yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear Edie!” Love from Mary Jean Scroope
19. Martini Italian Greyhound x 6yrs 19 & 20
4.5kgs Female Martini is BLIND.
Sponsor:“In loving memory of dear
Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison
20. Misty Maltese x Shih Tzu 12yrs
Female Sponsor:“In loving memory
of our dear Sammy!” Fred & Teena
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REWARD BLACK OR WHITE?
OR PERHAPS A MIX OF THE TWO—THEY ARE ALL A DELIGHT!
Turtle Labrador x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Roger, Rover & Ross!” Happy Easter! Elizabeth Lynch
Figaro Foxy x Maltese 10yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause you’re a very good boy!” Love from Jane & Romeo
Roxy Staffy x 5yrs 26.5kgs Female Sponsor: Love from Honey ex DR doggie & Marti, her Mum
Marbles Foxy x Chihuahua 5yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our boy Ricky!” Malki & Chandra
Casper Staffy x 2yrs 13kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of a special pet Otto!” from Gail Starkey & Rohan
Kirby Foxy x Corgi 10yrs 8.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause you’re such a good boy!” Love from Jane & Romeo
Tabitha Labrador x Cattle 2yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my special pets, Sam & Jess!” Sara Dyer
Nikita Corgi x 8yrs 9.8kgs Female Sponsor: “ Lots of love from Chloe & Lulu Thompson! ” Gay Thompson
Jax Labrador x Border Collie 2yrs 17.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ He’d make a faithful friend forever!” Wendy McCathie
Dodger Foxy x 5yrs 6.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ I am hoping you find your forever family soon!” Janelle Wooldridge
Vanilla Ice Wiry Terrier x 1yr Male Sponsor: “ This gorgeous boy deserves a home!” With love from Lisa Suters
Reggie Labrador x Staffy 9yrs 18.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you lots of luck & happiness!” Tony Suters
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REWARD RED AND WHITE
MEET TWELVE OF DOGGIERESCUE’S GORGEOUS REDHEADS!
Sadie Jack Russell x 2yrs 8kgs Female Sponsor: “In memory of Lucky, who was very special!” Kevin Lynch
Biscuit Staffy x Kelpie 1yr Female Sponsor: With love and good wishes at Easter time from Tilly, Jasper & Karen
Quinn Jack Russell x 4yrs 9.7kgs Female Sponsor: “For my sweet Milo, with lots of love!” from Diana Tang
Seb Jack Russell x 3yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor: “ Sending lots of love from Oxy!” from John Kinninmont
Rosso Jack Russell x 4yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor:“He’s the King of all the pups!” Love from Suz & Bruce
Sasha Jack Russell x 3yrs 5.2kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of our beautiful Elle!” Malki & Chandra
Cheddar Tenterfield Terrier x 8yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a very kind & loving home!” Kerry Woods
Bubbles Jack Russell x 6yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “For my Serbian rescue dogs, Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
Vin Diesel Jack Russell x 8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor: “ For all my dogs, Annabel, Suzie & Mitzi!” Maureen
Malaki Beagle x Staffy 1yr 16kgs Male Sponsor:“Just ‘cause he’s been such a very good boy!” Jane & Romeo
Joey Whippet x Foxy 2yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lily Biesler, who was special!” Greg & Amy
Crash Bandicoot Foxy x Pomeranian 1yr 5kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Sammy & Bosley the Lion
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At DoggieRescue our doggies come in all breeds, colours, shapes, sizes & ages...
Button Wiry Terrier 8yrs Moe Maltese x 10yrs Male Nigel Foxy x 3yrs 7-8kgs Lola Jack Russell x Pug 1yr
8kgs Male Sponsor: “Good 5kgs Female Sponsor:
luck finding a home!” The Sponsor: “ In loving memory Male Sponsor: “Good luck “Just ’cause you’re such a
Little Bluebird Craft Studio good girl!” Jane & Romeo
of our dear little Elle!” Bill in finding love!” Rosemary,
& Joan Collins Monica & Justine
Chuck Jack Russell x 4yrs Yoda Foxy x 3yrs Male Alex Staffy Terrier x Dane Marge Chihuahua x 15yrs
Male Sponsor: “ In loving Sponsor:“I hope you find a 2yrs 30kgs Male Sponsor: 3.8kgs Female Sponsor:
memory of Ralph, Floyd & kind home!” Happy Easter “ Hugs to our handsome “ In loving memory of
Steffie!” Love from Verena from Lesley Cansdell boy!” Gail & Nelson Connor!” The Browns
Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs Barnaby Foxy x Cattle Antonio Foxy x 3yrs 8.6kgs Lonrho Dachshund x 3yrs
6.6kgs Male Sponsor: Dog 11yrs 8.2kgs Male
“Wishing this sweet boy a Sponsor: “ A loving home is Male Sponsor:“ For the 5.4kgs Male Sponsor:“ With
kind home!” Marg Iveson coming!” Jennifer Porter
lovely Lily & the joyous love from Gunter & family!”
Jenna!” Love, Lisa Kane Rhonda & Brett
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But they have one COMMON DENOMINATOR—They have ALL been ABANDONED!!!
Franzina Terrier x 7-8yrs Patch B/Collie x Cattle Tadpole Chihuahua x 10yrs Thumbelina Chihuahua x
5.2kgs Female Sponsor: 1yr 17kgs Male Sponsor:
“In memory of Salvatore “In loving memory of Rusty Female Sponsor: With lots of 9yrs 3.5kgs Female Sponsor:
( Sam ).” Antoinette & Natasha!” Lots of love
love from The Neutral Bay “On behalf of our ‘Rainbow
School of Dance Bridge’ mob.” Colleen & Ron
Winkle Mini Foxy x 6yrs Gunther Foxy x 6yrs Male Autumn Foxy x 4yrs Bundy Foxy x Chihuahua
6kgs Male Sponsor: “In Sponsor:“A home is coming Female Sponsor: “To give 7yrs Female Sponsor: “In
loving memory of my boy soon!” Lots of love & Happy you an extra chance of a Loving memory of Elle!”
Sam!” Valerie Rodgers Easter from Julie McCann home!” Pam Robson Bill & Joan Collins
Sienna Corgi x Terrier 4yrs Remy Foxy x 11yrs 5kgs Rico Mini Foxy x 2yrs Elsa Jack Russell x Cattle
12kgs Female Sponsor: Male Sponsor: “You just 9kgs Male Sponsor: “A 4yrs 15kgs Female Sponsor:
“ Good luck finding a home keep wagging that tail!” big hug in loving memory “ In loving memory of Mitch
for Easter!” Susan Cassidy Love from the Simpsons of Iceberg!” Henny Sim & Amber!” Sue Bellamy
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ADOPT SNAPSHOTS Eric & Clifford
need a person
ME! with rescue
• APARTMENT FRIENDLY
• SUIT P/TIME WORKER
On DoggieRescue’s website the dogs have descriptions
making it easier to see if your new best friend will fit into your
lifestyle. On this page we highlight 10 adoptable dogs who are
apartment friendly and would also suit a part time worker….
7 8 9 10
1. & 2. Eric Terrier x 2yrs & is bonded with Clifford Silky x Shih Tzu 3yrs Both Male. The saddest case of
cruelty & neglect DoggieRescue has received. Sponsor: “For Sam & in loving memory of Ted!” Alison Skinner
3. Cookie 3 Italian Greyhound x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Tia!” Paul & Kathryn, Ian & Muffin
4. Cole Border Terrier x 1- 2yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “All he needs is time, love & kindness!” Janice, DR Volunteer
5. Angus Aussie Terrier x 2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“ Hoping you find a kind family very soon!” Lesley Cansdell
6. Patchy Spitz x 11yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “Now you have a sponsor family, you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse
7. Gene Chihuahua x 2yrs 4.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ With love from Jamie & Rosie!” Pat Broderick, with love.
8. Bryson Jack Russell x 2yrs 6.3kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ebony!” Melissa, Honey & Charlotte
9. Allen Chihuahua x 1.5yrs Male Sponsor: “I hope he finds a kind home as loving as Napoleon’s.” Jackson
10. Crumpet Poodle x Silky 18mths 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a very Happy Easter!” Amanda Carter
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REWARD LONG TERM DOGS
9486-3133 PLEASE CONSIDER ADOPTING OR FOSTERING ONE OF THESE DOGS...
Dusty Kelpie x 2yrs 10kgs Speckles Cattle x Corgi Maxwell Jack Russell x Rufus Cattle Dog x 10yrs
Male Sponsor:“On behalf of 7yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: 6yrs 8.9kgs Male Sponsor: 17.7kgs Male Sponsor:
my rescue dogs Nela & “Wishing you lots of luck & “Just’ cause you’re such a With lots of love from
Tess!” Lorelei Dowling love!” from Sam & Joy good boy!” Jane & Romeo Lochie, Melinda & Brett
Cleveland Corgi x Cattle 10yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of my dear Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
Yukki Mini Foxy x 3yrs 4.3kgs Male Sponsor: “To give you a much better chance of a home!” John & Joan Jones
Squall Foxy x 6yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of our Boxer Tia!” Kathryn & Paul, Ian & Muffin Archer
Riley Foxy x 3yrs 8.9kgs Male Sponsor: "In memory of Rusty, Tasha Sam & all who enriched my life.” Robert Nauta
CORAL IS A LONG TERM DOGGIE FEATURED ON THE BACK PAGE. FOR MORE DETAILS CALL 9486-3133
Coral came into DoggieRescue’s care some time ago when she was returned due to her owners going overseas.
She is great with children and loves any attention. Her current doggie mate is Maxwell (above ) and they love each
other. Coral Jack Russell x 10yrs 11.2kgs Female Sponsor: “Wishing you a loving home soon!” Hughie Wray