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Published by magazine, 2017-01-26 21:37:29

DoggieRescue E-Magazine February 2017_Neat

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

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.148 ADOPTED
DOGS 11,932
FEBRUARY
2017

DOG WALKING
HOURS

11AM - 2PM
TUES - SUN
Weather permitting

Marcus is seeking his soul
mate…Meet him and his
friends on pages 6 & 7

www.DoggieRescue.com

2 FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

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

Our magazine is packed with young as well
as mature sweet dogs all looking for a bit of
love. Dear Dwayne is looking so lost and
forlorn but offering kisses without drool p4.
Lorelei is a bit new to all this, so our granny
just smiles and waits to see what
happens...p5. Nervous bachelor Donald is
dreaming of companionship with a kind
person who will do things at his speed and
not let him down again. p6

Ember is smiling sweetly waiting for her
first date. She is looking for some under-
standing and gentleness whilst Duke is
waiting to shower you with big sloppy
kisses. p7. Beautiful Benette is even willing
to be your personal trainer and is seeking
love and commitment in a relationship.
Meet Benette on p19.They are all as
different as us.

This month we are announcing the
commencement of the 2018 calendar
competition, so sift through all your photos
of your DoggieRescue dog and send the
best to Karen. She is waiting to hear from
you. p9.

VIDEO CLICK HERE! Our mag has testaments of long term
relationships with Joey and Pixie p10 and
Juliet Chihuahua x Pomeranian 3-4yrs Female Sponsor: Dodger with Pippa p16 – who would have
“ With love from Joey & Rosie!” Pat Broderick expected that? It goes to show what
commitment can do.
Dear Readers,
Not sure you are ready for a lifelong
Who could resist our cover boy Marcus for a romantic commitment with a dog? Come and visit
date? Marcus, a sensitive new age guy is such a friendly us and take a dog for a walk. Some families
happy boy who is right into a good walk and lots of licks come to DoggieWoood bearing gifts, like
and slurps at the end of it. Marcus has come a long way Bridget and family p23 who were profusely
since his torn cruciate ligament. He is fit and healthy and thanked by Amanda, a sweet Foxy x
is now looking forward to his forever home with romantic Spaniel girl who gave out lots of free
cuddles on the couch! He would love a family with kids to kisses.
help him play with his all his squeaky toys.

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

“ Love is … • Please make a DONATION
Giving a
homeless dog If you wanted to make a tax
or kitty a deductible donation to help
second chance Doggie Rescue save more
in life. We have lives in the year ahead you can
lots of staffies donate online via our secure
waiting for the website or call us on
chance to give 02 9486 3133.
you a slurpy
kiss at the • Become a DoggieRescue
Kissing Booth
on Valentine’s LIFESAVER
Day.” Monika
Or you might like to consider
• Come and walk some dogs on Valentine’s Day and lighten up becoming a DoggieRescue
your life. They are all smiling and waiting for you to take them Lifesaver (see p42), with a
for an outing. regular monthly gift to support
our work.
If you have some time spare come and join one of our teams to
help make a difference – the jobs are so varied from remote All gifts, regardless of size,
based volunteering, to feeding the dogs, from transport to help us to give a brighter future
customer service, or support us by being a Lifesaver. Come and to the dogs and cats in our
check us out and put some happiness into your life! Monika care. Thank you in advance
for your kind donation.
Where is DoggieWood?
I look forward to keeping you
Ingleside Shelter location: 2 McCowan Rd, updated on our progress in the
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101 months ahead and sincerely
Open 11AM –2.30PM Tuesday to Sunday thank you again for all your
support.
Phone: 9486-3133 www.DoggieRescue.com.au
Warmest regards

Monika

Monika Biernacki
Founder - DoggieRescue

Please help us to continue
our lifesaving work

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DOGGIERESCUE.COM

ISSUE: FEBRUARY 2017

FEATURES

DESPERATE & DATELESS - 6-7
Have we got your perfect match?

IS YOUR DOG A STAR? DR’s 8-9
2018 Calendar Competition!

WHEN JOEY MET PIXIE—A 10-11
love story. By Friederike Welter

THE DAY I MET MY PERFECT 16
MATCH! By Dodger Rathborne

THE MOST OVERLOOKED 21
DOGS IN SHELTERS 26-28
By Corinne Daw

SUMMER & SAFETY
By Dr. Deirdre Clack

IN EVERY ISSUE

FROM MY DESK 2-3 With thanks to KOL’S NOTES
by Monika Biernacki KISSING BOOTH

UNLEASHED & 12-14 https://www.facebook.com/
DANGEROUS kolsnotes
By Roland Briefrel
VIDEO CLICK
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL – 32-33 HERE!
Catching up with…“ BONNIE &
BILLIE DAVEY”

Email: [email protected]

Featured cover Check out DoggieRescue.com online Featured dog
dog: Marcus — above is: Dwayne
meet him and all his Join us on Facebook Staffy x Labrador
friends on pages https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue 12yrs Male
6&7 Sponsor:“In loving
Follow us on Twitter memory of Tia &
Cover photo: www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue Ian!” Kathryn, Paul
Oznur Mezgil & Muffin

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 5

Leave a Legacy of Love

“ Can you teach me what
it is like to be loved?”

Lorelei Terrier x 12yrs Female Sponsor: “ A gift Because you will always care.
from our beloved Markey!” Robert & Chris Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.

Sponsored doggies adopted!

• Rollo, Truffle, Winter, Meadow, Lara, Jaxton, Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
Cosmo, Miles, Bruno, Ella, Amanda, Skittles, gift in your Will.
Alfonse, Mr. Curls, Chelsea, Marbles, Seth, Mr.
Magoo, Claude & Jip ( together), Hera, Noel, Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
Chantelle, Dickens, Anya, Edward, Miguel, First name
Wren, Angie & Skip
Surname
DoggieRescue.com wishes to acknowledge
the assistance given by:

Address

Post code

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

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DESPERATE & dateless

Nervous bachelor, previously heart A real S.N.A.G. (Sensitive New Age
broken. Dreaming of companionship Guy).. Shy, caring, loyal and ready to
with a kind person who won’t let him give his all. Quiet dinners, romantic
down again. Genuine calls only.... nights. Get in touch. NOW!

VIDEO CLICK HERE

“ DONALD ” “ MARCUS ”

Shar Pei x Labrador 4yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving English Staffy x 7yrs 16.9kgs Male Sponsor: “ In
memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7

Lonely hearts searching for a soul mate—
are you looking for a date?

Don’t spend Valentine's Day alone!
Call 9486-3133...Pick up that phone!

Young and lovely, with a sweet nature. Romantic who would shower you
Has been hurt but willing to trust again. with love and big, sloppy doggie
Prefer active person for fun times. Would kisses. Intelligent – into quiet nights
love to be spoilt by that special person... with the right person.

VIDEO CLICK HERE

“ EMBER ” “ DUKE ”

Kelpie x Shepherd 1yr 18kgs Female Sponsor: German Shepherd x 18mths Male 3 legged. Sponsor:

“ Just ‘cause you’re such a good girl! ” Jane & Romeo “ Wishes for a brighter future!” Sach Bailie

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IS YOUR DOG
A STAR?

The 2017 DoggieRescue Calendar was an
overwhelming success thanks to all our generous
supporters who raised much needed funds to help
with the vital work of saving dogs from Death Row.

I have tried very hard
not to get conceited...

Meet Buddy September 2017 DoggieRescue Calendar star. YOUR dog could be a star in 2018!!!

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 9

You know how special your DR doggie is and now you can take the
opportunity to make your dog a STAR and win!

Here is how to enter:

• Please email your DIGITAL photos of your DoggieRescue dog/s to If only I could be
Karen, [email protected] with an accompanying quote adopted I know I could
be a calendar star…
• If you would like to submit your photo in the conventional
PRINTED format, please be advised that photographs must be
high resolution and professionally printed on photo paper.

• Winners will be notified via email

• No humans in the photo/s.

• Previous winners are welcome

• There is a special Christmas category
and we would like to see more
Christmas photos of doggies submitted.

• Photos taken on mobile phones are
generally not of a high enough
resolution, therefore to give your
doggie the best chance, please submit
your entry taken on a camera.

Submit photos via email or 2018 Calendar star in
traditional format no later than waiting????

31st March 2017 to:

[email protected]
Attention Karen

Or send to: Karen Trafford,
DoggieRescue Calendar Competition,
8 Chiltern Road,
INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101

Please include your name and address,
contact phone number and email address!

Good luck and send in your entries….

FEATURED DOG: Courtney Kelpie x Italian Greyhound 1yr Female Sponsor: “ Wishing you good luck!” Breanna

10 FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

BY FRIEDERIKE WELTER Joey was a bit more reserved,

after all he was about to give

up the bachelor dream, but

after several handfuls of

treats, his own

A love WOW! toy box and and the
story... yard, he agreed promise
to give it a try of a bed
at least and so a in every
beautiful new room...
pack was formed

and Joey has

graduated well into the next

phase of his life being settled

and (almost) grown up.

2015 has been quite a year for Joey a Doggie Humans take
Rescue long timer and spoiled favourite with many a while to
volunteers. He enjoyed several years of living the train….
bachelor dream at Monika's hanging out with the
boys and spending many happy hours in the yard. As
he was entering middle age, he thought that it was
time to settle down and try that 'furever home' and
family idea people kept talking about, so he put up
an ad with some photos of his handsome self on
Monika's lonely hearts website and waited.

He did not have to wait long before he
was getting enquiries and he accepted to
meet Friederike and Steve who fell head over
heels for him the minute they met him. #

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 11

A blind A blind date had been arranged with
date??? Pixie but Joey only felt trepidation...

Yes not long after arriving and having settled into
the new way of life, Joey thought that there was
something missing still, so when someone suggested
he meet Pixie, a spirited young Staffie cross lady
who, like him, had been adopted from Doggie Rescue
a few months earlier, he hesitantly agreed. He got
his humans to arrange a meeting and headed to the
park with trepidation, after all, we all know the
perils of blind dates, but he needn't have worried.

Sniff! WOOF
WHISTLE

Sniff, sniff...

I think Joey is smitten The minute Pixie & Joey met they
but with Pixie it is really did get on like a house on fire and
love at first sight... were soon running around the park
exchanging stories about their
time at Monika's.

Oh, Joey’s handsome, he’s my hero!!! # HAPPY ENDING!

Joey was smitten, but unlike Pixie who was soon
showering him with kisses, he was a bit reserved at
first with his English (Foxie) heritage getting the
better of him. From that day love has bloomed and
Joey reckons 2017 will be his best year yet.

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• Feature DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS Compiled by Roland Briefrel

THE BATTLE
FOR ASIA

Whilst we all recognise there is much to do in animal welfare Roland Briefrel, a long time
within NSW and Australia, it is important to look at, from time to supporter of DoggieRescue, is an
time, the challenges facing welfare advocates around the world. educator and an animal welfare
In this month’s article I take a look at an important organisation, advocate who is not hesitant to
approximately the same age as Doggie Rescue – Animals Asia. speak about topics for animals who
have no voice.
Founded in 1998, Animals Asia promotes compassion and respect for all
animals and works to bring about long-term change. The organisation works This cruel practice continues
to end the barbaric bear bile trade, which sees over 10,000 bears kept on bile despite the availability of a large
farms in China, and, according to official figures, about 1,200 suffering the number of effective and affordable
same fate in Vietnam. Animals Asia has rescued over 500 bears, caring for herbal and synthetic alternatives.
them at its award-winning bear sanctuaries in China and Vietnam. Animals Most farmed bears are kept
Asia also works to end the trade in dogs and cats for food in China and permanently in cages, sometimes
Vietnam, and lobbies to improve the welfare of companion animals, promote so small that they are unable to
humane population management and prevent the cross border export of "meat turn around or stand on all fours.
dogs" in Asia. In addition, Animals Asia campaigns for an end to abusive Some bears are caged as cubs
animal practices in zoos and safari parks in Asia, and works closely with and never released, with many
governing authorities to improve animal management and increase awareness kept caged for up to 30 years.
of the welfare needs of captive animals. Their vision and values statement p13. Most farmed bears are starved and
dehydrated, and suffer from
The issues multiple diseases and malignant
tumours that ultimately kill them.
Bear Bile farming
Demand for bear bile products
More than 10,000 bears are kept comes mainly from China, Japan,
on bile farms in China, and Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia and
official figures put the number Taiwan. Bear bile products are
suffering the same fate in also found in Australia, Indonesia,
Vietnam at about 1,200. The Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, the US
bears have their bile extracted on and Canada
a regular basis, which is not only
used in traditional medicine, but PHOTO AT LEFT: Rescued
also in many ordinary household from a bile farm in Vietnam in
products. Bile is extracted using 2010, moon bear Fynn has
various painful, invasive been enjoying the space and
techniques, all of which cause freedom of sanctuary life ever
massive infection in the bears. since.

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 13

CLICK HERE FOR WEBSITE

Cat and Dog welfare that rescue dogs and cats and undertake other welfare
initiatives that directly help companion animals. They run
Cats and dogs in China are often abandoned and left to conferences for the leaders of these groups, allowing
subsist on the streets, with many dying due to illness or problems and solutions to be debated and discussed.
accidents. Government authorities organise brutal dog- This support enables these groups to introduce TNR
killing campaigns to try to reduce stray dog populations. (trap, neuter, release) programmes for street cats into
Stray dogs and cats are also snatched from the streets their communities and to produce publicity and
and pets are stolen and taken to horrific meat markets, information materials for promotional events. Animals
where they are sold for human consumption and often Asia also gives workshops and veterinary training to
suffer a slow, violent death. Animals Asia provides funding groups where appropriate
and training to around 100 animal welfare groups in China

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In terms of the horrific dog meat trade in China, Animals Asia conducted a four year investigation into this
industry which led to the following statement from Animals Asia founder and CEO, Jill Robinson MBE:

“Our investigations strongly point to what everybody familiar with the industry has long
suspected – that the vast majority of China’s dog meat comes from stolen companion animals

and that misinformation and illegality is rife at every stage of the industry supply chain.”

Captive Animal Welfare animal welfare and animal emotions to Chinese school
children and university students to generate empathy
Animals in China’s zoos and safari parks suffer a range and raise awareness of the types of practices that
of abuses. In many places, terrified cows, pigs and cause suffering at zoos and safari parks. To promote
chickens are fed to lions and tigers as live prey for the belief that knowledge is the key to change, animal
entertainment. Captive wild animals are often cruelly welfare officers speak with students from primary age to
mutilated with their teeth and claws cut back. They may university level across the country, delivering the
also be chained and used as photographic props or forced message that all animals have physical needs and
to entertain the crowds with unnatural, degrading and feelings just like us, and that it is wrong to force them to
stressful circus-style performances. perform for our entertainment.

The techniques used to force the animals to perform are
often cruel and abusive and the conditions in which they
are kept generally fall far below acceptable welfare
standards for animals in captivity. Many display severe
stereotypic behaviour, such as pacing and swaying, due
to neglect and poor management. Most receive no
medical care and many suffer from injuries and diseases
that are left untreated.

Animals Asia conducts investigations at zoos and safari “ The wild, cruel animal is not
parks across China to identify animal welfare concerns behind the cage. He is in front of it.”
and report these to the management of the facilities and
government authorities. They use the evidence collected Axel Munthe, Swedish Writer and Physician 1857—1949
during their investigations to influence positive regulatory
change. In 2010, following an investigation into animal Clearly, the job being undertaken by Animals Asia is a
performances, the government ministry responsible for massive one. Whilst we may be repulsed by some of
the management of Chinese zoos issued a directive to the issues outlined above, we need to understand that
ban the use of wild animals in such performances. they are cultural ones that require time and diplomacy
to change. All countries have issues with animal welfare
Work is also done with zoo managers to offer feedback be they in Europe, North America, Australia and Asia.
and suggestions for recommended animal welfare But just like animal welfare agencies across those
improvements, which has established a positive countries Animals Asia deserve credit for what they are
relationship with the China Association of Zoological doing and achieving under very difficult circumstances.
Gardens, the government authority responsible for
regulating zoos in China. Paramount to change in captive
animal welfare in Asia is public awareness and education.
Animals Asia gives presentations and workshops on

If you want to read more about this extraordinary organisation and possibly donate,
go to: https://www.animalsasia.org for more information.

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

Visit: petsecure.com.au

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• Feature VALENTINE’S DAY ARTICLE By Dodger Rathborne

THE DAY I MET MY

PERFECT MATCH

Hi Everybody,

Dodger Rathborne here! I must admit I had
waited such a long time for my forever family to
come and find me at DoggieRescue shelter I was
feeling a bit down hearted, but on 28th August
2016 I scored an adoption appointment and I
finally met my new Mummy & Daddy and we all
fell in love with each other. I was ADOPTED
and we became a family!!!!

Five months later and everything’s going really
good here at my new home. I am very happy
with lots of yummy food and Daddy takes us
( my ex DR sister Pippa, a recent family
addition ) for a walk every day down near the
river. When Mummy comes home we have
cuddles and all get in the big bed and watch
television until we go to sleep.

We play together every morning in Daddy’s and
my bed and sometimes Millie from next door
comes over to play but Pippa doesn’t like her
very much and is a little bit jealous.

Daddy took some photos of us to show you and
we picked out the ones that don’t show all the
weight we put on over Christmas. All that ham
( I know we should not eat it but after all it was
Christmas!! ) and of course my favourite photo
on my adoption day, me & Dad, love at first sight!

We are planning to go to see everyone at
Ingleside sometime soon and wish you all a
Happy Valentine’s Day and hope all the doggies,
many of them my good friends, find a great new
home and family soon. I want to whisper in their
ears that there is a perfect home for every doggie
and for them to keep their spirits up while they
wait for their own happy ending.

All the Best,
Dodger Rathborne
(Pippa sends her love as well!!)

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 17

YOU CAN MAKE A

DIFFERENCE!

IF YOU LOVE ANIMALS THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU CAN BE INVOLVED

Winkle Juliet
Lil
Food &
Shelter Sponsor Name a DR
Pays for food & shelter for a Kitty Doggie!
1 dog for 1 month.
Be involved in rehoming your Give a DR doggie a start in their
sponsored kitty in our magazine. new life by choosing their name.

Tanami Ivy Liberty

Food & Food, Food &
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for 1 month + saving more lives. for 1 month.

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

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https://www.facebook.com/GADABsydney

Give a Dog a Bone

Well how did it go for GADAB’s 10th year in 2016? Jipp and Ann pose with some
This year it was HUGE! of the donations from Give A Dog A Bone.

In 10 years it has grown into an established, recognised
and well-loved appeal for shelter animals and companion
animals of the homeless.39 organisations were involved to
make it all happen and you have every reason to be proud
to know that your contribution will bring joy to the animals.
If I could put some different words down other than “thank
you, thank you, thank you, you are all amazing” I would as
the words for me don’t fit the emotions and excitement that
the end result of this appeal has. The message is easy,
and the action is easy - 1 person, 1 item, pass it on.

Many thanks,
Nicola Addison
Founder and Coordinator
Give a Dog a Bone, Keep Kitty Happy

FEBRUARY 2017 DO GGIERESCUE. COM MAGAZINE 19

DESPERATE & dateless

Benette is out to prove that
you don’t have to be pure-
bred to be beautiful! A
classy girl who is willing to
be your personal trainer
when jogging or power
walking! Don't delay—
you can meet today!!!!
Phone: 9486-3133 to arrange
a date. Genuine calls only...

“ BENETTE”

Bull Masti ff x Shepher d 4yr s 25.9kgsFemale Sponsor: “From our family of 2 dogs!” Lisa & Greg

20 FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

DO THESE LOOK LIKE PETS

NOBODY WANTS?

EACH PET BELOW HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED FOR DIFFERENT REASONS

MILO ROSIE LOGAN

Timidness & Medical FIV+
social shyness condition Prejudice

Milo is a very shy boy who needs Rosie can be incontinent at times Logan is a SPECIAL NEEDS cat
time to respond to strangers. due to sustained nerve damage but so very loving & adoptable.

CELENE PENNY BERNIE
CLICK CLICK
Special CLICK Large Age related
size prejudice
needs—blind

Celene is a quiet girl who Penny is a sweet girl but always Bernie is a gentle, quiet boy who
deserves a bit of spoiling. passed by due to her large size. is very social with other doggies.

Milo Foxy x 2yrs 4.7kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Happy Valentine’s Day from Bill & Joan Collins
Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy 8yrs 15kgs Female Sponsor: “A gift from our Maxwell!” Robert & Chris
Logan Domestic Short Hair 10mths Ginger Male Sponsor: “I only wish I could adopt you Logan!” Sylvia Raye
Celene Maltese x Foxy 10yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor:“Blind dogs still make wonderful pets! ” Sylvia Raye
Penny Great Dane x Shepherd 1yr 30kgs Female Sponsor: Lisa Suters, with love
Bernie Pomeranian x 12yrs 5.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck in the future!” P. Tew

FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 21

• Feature LESS ADOPTABLE PETS Written by Corinne Daw

The Most Overlooked

Animals in Shelters

There are many beautiful animals who prospective adopters, 20/08/16 NELSON
for one reason or another, by pass. These pets can wait many 1ST DAY
months, sometimes years before being adopted. Why do we
look for perfection in our next pet? Why do we pick the prettiest 12/11/16 NELSON
colour/cutest breed or youngest pet? Do we expect animals 3MTHS LATER
who have been left traumatized / abandoned and who may be
depressed or anxious to love us on sight? Do we come to a
shelter seeking to replace a dearly loved pet who has now
passed away and leave disappointed? Many people do….

Unless you adopt a very young puppy or kitten most shelter animals
have traumatic experiences to overcome—some just from being
abandoned and over stressed in a pound but many from abuse and
years of neglect , health issues and lack of training. Some are not
housetrained, have not been socialized with other pets and many have
lived a life isolated from most human contact in a backyard. Doggie
Rescue has trainers/behaviourists who work on our dogs and most
respond extremely well given kindness, patience, time and love, like
the terrified Nelson above right on his first day at DoggieRescue. What
a difference a few months of kindness and socialization have made to
his confidence, his personality and his adoptability!

ADOPTING A PET: If you are seriously considering adopting a shelter
pet why not give a chance to a dog or a cat who is considered “less
adoptable”, the one who never has an adoption appointment. Don’t
just make up your mind the first time that you meet—come a few times
until this dog or cat knows you and looks forward to your visit. Spend
some time with your choice and watch their personality and affection
develop towards you. After all humans don’t normally respond with
affection to strangers, so why should a pet be any different. An animal
needs to get to know you to love you, and this works both ways.

Sometimes the pet who you have walked past and not even
given a second look might, with time and a little attention,
be your perfect match. Give a chance to a pet who NEEDS
YOU—it might be the best decision you have ever made!

Nelson Cattle x 3yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Minnie,
who was so special!” Marika Camilleri

22 FEBRUARY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE I just LOVE
my pool...
Must love dogs

Bunnies love
carrots—Yum!

Some

bunny to

love…

Skippy, These bunny While the Summer temperature soars Rex kicks
Midnight brothers love to back in his pool—but…..some water please!!!!!
& Lucky crunch on
bunny treats, Rex Schnauzer x Terrier 1yr 10kgs Male
hay & veggies Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sheba, who was
( & carrots!!), special!” Louise Dowd
play and hop
around. CHIPPY’S JOKE:
WHAT DID THE STAMP SAY TO THE
They come ENVELOPE ON VALENTINE’S DAY?
vaccinated &
desexed & are I’m stuck on you...
2 years old. Ha! Ha! Ha!

Featuring star ex DR doggie Hi Fans, Directions: Add oats to a blender
Chippy Pizzey and his and pulse to a flour like consistency.
pearl’s of wisdom... It’s Valentine’s Day soon and you are In a large bowl whisk together diced
going to be receiving some kisses from parsley and mint, egg, water, and oil.
your bestie—but...Yukky dog breath!!! Add oat flour and stir to combine. Knead
Dogs can get bad breath from plaque dough a few times then put onto a lightly
build-up caused by infrequent brushing, floured surface. Using your hands or a
insufficient water intake, or just from the rolling pin, flatten dough to about 1/8″
foods they eat. Well I found a recipe for thick. Using a cookie cutter or knife cut
some breath fresh mint doggie bikkies! out 40 (1-inch) biscuits. Place biscuits
about 1/4-inch a part on a parchment
Ingredients: lined or non-stick cookie sheet. Bake
35-40 minutes, or until golden and
2 1/2 cups old-fashioned oats, crispy. Allow biscuits to cool completely
1/2 cup fresh parsley, finely chopped before serving. Store in an airtight
1/2 cup fresh mint, finely chopped container so your doggie does not eat
1 large egg 1/4 cup of water the lot at one go!!!!
3 tablespoons coconut oil (unrefined
extra-virgin is best) Yum...yum, make some for me Mum!
Happy Valentine’s Day from Chips:)
Preheat the oven to 325° F

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• • • • VOLUNTEERING In focus: Our visit to DoggieWood

There’s so many
doggies who do
I pat first…..

Dear Doggie Rescue, Amanda was eager to go walking and with her excitement
there was a little bit of pulling on the lead, but once we were
Over the holidays we visited DoggieRescue to bring out the gate she settled into her walk nicely. It is wonderful to
some wish list items and to meet/volunteer to walk hear she has been adopted by a family with children:)
some doggies. First up we met several of Monika's
'office doggies' and then we met "Amanda". We sat I just wanted to provide this little bit of feed back in the hope
down while two girls brought her to meet us. She that other families might like to volunteer for dog walking,
was a little nervous (but not bad), she greeted each have a fun experience and also give some time and love to a
of us with very friendly licks and tail wags. homeless doggie or two. Bridget & family

Fudge Schnauzer x Maltese Pip Squeak Maltese x 8yrs Ivy Silky x 8yrs Female Domino Pomeranian x
Sponsor: “ In loving 8yrs 6.3kgs Male Sponsor:
2-3yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: 3.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In memory of Elle!” bill & “ In loving memory of
Joan Collins Bessy Irvine!” Janiece
“ We LOVE you Fudge!” loving memory of Sammy!”

Tracy & Andrew Hall Fred & Teena Wratten

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Jacob

Jax Arty

LOVE IS…

My squeaky toy
to play with…
CLICK
HERE

Dudley Spike

Jax Labr ador x Bor der Collie 4yr s 17kgs Male Sponsor:“A faithful friend 4ever! ” Wendy McCathie

Ar ty Jack Russell x 8yr s 6kgs Male Sponsor: “May you find the love of your life soon!” Marg Iveson
Dudley Terr ier x 8yr s 13.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
Spike Wir yTerr ier 1yr 15.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ Big hugs to a very sweet big boy!” Gail & Nelson

Jacob Staffy x 10yr s 24.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Otto & ex DR dog Rohan! ” Gail
Dr e Whippet x 3yr s 10.3kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Rusty, Tasha & Sam!” Robert Nauta
Saffy Mal tese x 8yr s 5.1kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my sweet Crunchie!” Cat hy Beer
Dezzy Maltese x 3yr s 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ With love from Kipling, Digby & Marlow! ” Catherine

Dusty Kelpie x Cor gi 3yr s 10.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ For my dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling

Dre Saffy LOVE

IS...Everything!

Dezzy Dusty Scout & Lincoln Mini Poodle x 10-11yr s Males. Bonded

pair . Sponsors: “In loving memory my precious dogs Heidi &
Libby!”Judith Lynch & “You have a sponsor who cares about
you —now you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse

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Justin Jerry Happy
birthday Anna

LOVE IS…
Sponsoring a dog
as a birthday gift!!!

Mercedes Hugo St.
Nicholas

Justin Mini Foxy x 6yr s 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our Harry! ” Malki & Chandra

Jerr y Beagle 10yr s 18.7kgs Male Sponsor: “A loving home is waiting!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch
Mercedes Rottweiler x 6yr s 33kgs Female Sponsor: “ In memory of Lucky, Bunny & Yellow!” E. Lin
Hugo Maltese x Poodle 8yr s 8kgs Male Sponsor: “Wishing you a happy Valentine’s Day!” Ruth Wall

St. Nicholas Jack Russell x 12wks Male Sponsor: “ Thanks for sponsoring me Anna!” Nadir
Tur tle Labr ador x 4yr s Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Roger, Rover & Ross!” Elizabeth Lynch
Elvis Shih Tzu x 10yr s 9kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Jakkson & Jack!” Gina Carovigno
Alex Staffy x Gr eat Dane 2yr s 30kgs Male Sponsor: With love and hugs from Shona & Narice

Archie Pomer anian x Silky 10yr s Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns

Turtle Elv is LOVE IS...
Being together!

Reci Foxy x 10yr s Female & Lena Foxy x Terrier 14yr s

Alex Archie Female ( bonded Mum & Daughter ) Sponsor: “In loving

memory of Tyson & Gramps, happy in the end!” Lucy Beaman

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• Feature TIPS FOR HAVING FUN IN THE SUN WITH YOUR DOG By Dr. Deirdre Clack

Summer And
Safety

Summer is here and while trips to the beach and long, lazy
sunny days are great it is a time to use a little common sense
if you own a dog. During the hot weather your pets need extra
care and sometimes it is the little things that can make a huge
difference.

The Cottage Animal
Hospital

www.cottageanimal
hospital.com.au

16 Ross St,
PARRAMATTA.

NSW. 2150

Ph: 9890 7220

SWIMMING is a perfect
way to cool off but NEVER
leave your dog near an
unattended pool. It has been
known for dogs to drown in
pools as they cannot find a
way of getting out and panic. It
is best to keep the pool gate
firmly shut unless an adult can
be present.

• KIDS PLASTIC

CLEAN, COOL WATER: Use a sturdy, deep container as a water bowl SHELL SANDPITS

for large dogs that cannot be knocked over. A stainless steel cooking pot is ( or even large dishes )
ideal. Plastic buckets are okay but must be cleaned out regularly as algae and make excellent
scum can take hold on the sides. Make sure that your pet’s water is put in a swimming pools. Fill
shady spot so it cannot heat up and it must be changed at least daily but with water and leave
preferably twice a day. It is a good idea to have more than one water bowl, under a shady tree for
especially if you have two or more dogs—in case one is accidentally knocked your dog to jump in and

over or your doggie has a cool off in one. cool off during the heat

KEEPING COOL!!! Why not put ice cubes in his water! of the day!!! See Hera
and her pup above...

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SHADE IS A MUST Ex DR doggie Sox
enjoying the beach
and needs to be available to under his shade
your dog all day long. Patios, umbrella...
verandas, shade trees and
doggie doors which allow
access inside the house can
all provide refuge from the
sun.

FOOTPATHS,

BITUMEN ROADS

AND SAND on the

beach all heat up under the
sun. Dogs paws are about
the same toughness as the
soles of our feet so it can be
uncomfortable to walk them
on these surfaces. If at all
possible walk your dog on
the grass or if walking on a
footpath, one that is in the
shade and may have lost
some of its heat.

NEVER EXERCISE HOT CARS CAN KILL! NEVER, EVER leave a dog inside a

your dog during the heat of car—even if the windows are down. Cars heat up very quickly and a dog can
the day. Morning walks die just as quickly and as painfully as a child. If you cannot take you dog with
should be finished before you or stay with him in the car with the air conditioner running—then leave him
7am and afternoon walks at home!!!! Have a non spill water bowl in the vehicle and take a bottle of water
started after 5pm. You so you can fill it up for him to have a drink while travelling.
know how hot you feel and
your dog is feeling it even
more— especially older
dogs or dogs who are out
of condition.

If your dog is out of
condition this is the
perfect time to start that
healthy diet. Don’t let
obesity cut short your
beloved pet’s life. For
tips on diet and exercise
for an overweight pet
please give us a call on
9890 7220 and make an
appointment to
discuss a weight loss
plan.

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“ IMPORTANT : Don’t forget to protect your pet also from these parasites…” Dr. Dee

• TICKS—ARE LIFE THREATENING! You must provide protection against ticks and as well it is
IMPORTANT to check your dog daily, especially if you live in a ‘tick’ area. Run your fingers through their coat,
check under their collar, between their toes and even inside their mouths and ears! There are many spot on
treatments available that you can use. Be vigilant!! If in doubt what to use call us as there are many new
treatments available that we can discuss.

• FLEAS—These biting insects can infest your dog and make it’s life an abject misery through their irritating
bites and ability to transmit disease, especially so if your dog has flea allergies. Fleas can cause anaemia, also
scabby, itchy rashes and loss of hair. They also infect your pet with tapeworm. Protect your pet with spot on
treatments. You will also need to treat infested areas in your house.

• FLIES— Only tiny but they can STING and cause untold misery when biting your dog’s ears. Fly bites can
even cause your pets ears to crumble away. They can also lay eggs and cause maggots. Many sprays are
available to use and a well known, old fashioned treatment is Vaseline.

• MOSQUITOES— Carry heartworm which can be fatal if left untreated. There are simple preventatives
that you can use - chewy tablets, spot on treatments or an annual injection can prevent this terrible disease.
Please note it is important for your dog to have a BLOOD TEST before preventative treatment is given!

SO HAVE FUN IN THE SUN AND FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE MEASURES
TO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PET DOES TOO!

MEET FLO : Breed: Yorkie x Shih Tzu
Age: 2yrs Size: 4kgs Sex: Female

Sponsored in loving memory of dear “Lockey Connolly”
Lockey Connolly (Hobart, Tasmania). 2004 - 2016

“Lockey crossed the Rainbow Bridge on
November 24, 2016, aged 12 years.

Forever in the hearts of those who loved him... “

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LOVE IS…

Giving a homeless
doggie a second
chance at life!

1. Winkle Mini Foxy x Chihuahua 5yrs 4.1kgs Male Sponsor:“Happy home is coming soon!” Love from Noreen
2. Jackie B/Collie x 8yrs 16kgs female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy
3. Ann Maltese x 12yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Elle, who was so special!” Bill & Joan Collins
4. Jessie Kelpie x 12mths Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Malki & Chandra
5. Star Mini Poodle x 10yrs 6.3kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of all my special woofs!” Susan Carovigno
6. Paige Dachshund x 12mths Female Sponsor: “Wishing you all the love in the world!” Anna Emmerson
7. Naomi Foxy x 8yrs Female Sponsor:“She will smile her way to your heart!” from Beth
8. Jenny Maltese x Lhasa Apso 8yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Ted & for Sam!” Alison Skinner
9. Anika Staffy x Border Collie Female Sponsor: “ Hoping you find a family to love you soon!” Patsy Wills
10. Mia Foxy x 4yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear Macy girl!” Susan Dorahy
11. Reggie Spoodle 3yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Banjo & Clancy!” Ann & John, Molly, Mabel & Henry
12. Rossco Jack Russell x Foxy 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

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I’m Marzipan I’m Siska

BE MY I’m Blaze
VALENTINE?
CLICK HERE...

I’m Dahlia I’m Khaleesi It’s so easy to fall in love w ith a Staffy
they are so very “KISS - A-BULL”!!!

I’m Phantom

I’m Willow

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I’m Cedric I’m Caleb STAFFIES
I’m Maisy I’m Romeo
• Mar zipan Staffy x 2-3yr s Female
I’m Percy CLICK Sponsor: “To help you to start a
HERE! brand new life!” Desi Hendrawn

• Siska English Staffy x 10yr s
17kgs Female Sponsor: “ For my
dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling

• Dahlia Whippet x Staffy 8mths
Female Sponsor:“In loving memory
of Linda who loved all animals!”
Pat & Pee Wee

• Khaleesi Staffy x 12mths 12.7kgs
Female Sponsor: “It’s in the giving
that we receive!” Royce Milmlow

• Blaze Staffy x Cattl e 2yr s 15kgs
Male Sponsor: With lots of love from
Kate Retallack

• Phantom Staffy Terr ier x 2yr s
19.6kgs Male Sponsor: Love f rom
Mummy Karen & Kezi, Sherry & Spot
Trafford

• Willow Ridgeback x Staffy 6yr s
15kgs Female Sponsor:“ Sending all
my love!”Barbara Holdsworth

• Cedr ic Staffy x Lab 10yr s 25.6kgs
Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of
Zippy!” Noni & Warwick Farley

• Caleb Staffy x Bor der Collie 9yr s
22.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Scruffy!” from Barbara

• Maisy Staffy x Jack Russell 2yr s
10.5kgs Female Sponsor: “ Wishing
Maisy a very happy Valentine’s Day!”
from Hughie W ray

• Romeo Staffy x Cattle 12mths
17kgs Male Sponsor:“To help him
find a home as good as Napoleon’s!”
Jackson

• Percy Mastiff x 8yr s 31kgs Male
Sponsor:“To give you a much better
chance of a home!” Joan & John

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“ The love between a Mother and a Daughter lasts forever…..”
MEET BONNIE & BILLIE DAVIE

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be – Billie cause she's younger My greatest achievement is – my daughter Billie -
and pushes in when I'm getting cuddles she's such a good girl too!
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be– the My relationship with other dogs is – I love Billie but
naughty ginger cat that sits on our fence and doesn’t the others are a bit tedious. They all love me of course!
move a muscle when we bark at her. Doesn’t she know The food that makes me drool is – cheese, chicken
it is OUR house?! and liver treats
It took a while but we finally - found our forever family! If I impersonated a famous star I’d be - I don’t
We now love the car – we always go to such fun places! impersonate anyone. I’m an original!
When told we were to star in DoggieRescue My happiest moments are - when we are all together
magazine we – told all the other dogs in the park. They on the weekends (and when Mummy accidentally left
were SO jealous!! the pantry door open and I ate the whole bag of
My tail wags most- when Mummy & Daddy come Dentastix!)
home. My favourite place in the world is – With Mummy,
I often wonder - why Mummy and Daddy leave the Daddy and Billie on the lounge
house every day. Where do they go, what do they do I was so proud – to help with the shopping at Bunnings
and why can’t we go with them? Our nicknames are – Bon Bon, Bill and Bubba

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I am so excited– to be in the Please Cupid send an arrow
Valentine's Day issue! from above, Straight to find
My family says we have taught them – the one who I could love...
unconditional love! And that no matter how
bad a day they’ve had at work, we make
them smile when they get home.
Life is - full of love, fun, cuddles, walks and
treats
My Valentines Day wish is for - all
Monika's doggies to find a happy home
On Valentine’s Day Billie & I will be - with
Mummy & Daddy. Our house will be full of
love & cuddles!
PS: Happy Valentine's Day to my little girl
Billie. We were so lucky to be adopted
together and stay a family….

Gorgeous Sparkle is
single…. and available!!!!

Breed: Wiry Terrier x Age: 4yrs Sex: Female Weight: 5.6kgs
Personality: Fun-loving, playful & loyal (when I get to know you)
Ideal home: The only dog in the home so I get all your attention
Loves: Schmackos, tennis balls, walks in the park, then belly

rubs as I relax and watch the world go by.
Dislikes: Being homeless ….
Sparkle has been previously heartbroken and is seeking a
committed person who will teach her how to love again –is that
you? Call to meet for coffee and a bone! Ph: 9486-3133

Sponsored by: The students at the Sydney School of English

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• • • Apartment Friendly Dogs adopt me IDEAL FOR APARTMENT DWELLERS

1. Bruce Mini Pinscher 11yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sybil & Jed, 2 strays!”Janet & Richard
2. Alice Terrier x 8rys 4.4kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins
3. Buttercup Foxy 11yrs 13kgs Female Sponsor: With lots of love for a happy Valentines from the 4 Kane Kitties
4. Angus Aussie Terrier x 5yrs 8.5kgs Male Sponsor: “Somewhere a loving home waits!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch
5. Charlie Mini Pinscher x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ My fingers are crossed for a forever home!” Meaghan
6. Cheddar Tenterfield Terrier 8yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: Sending you lots of love from Susan Cassidy
7. Gunther Jack Russell x 6yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dog Penny, who was special!” Stefanie
8. Bryson Jack Russell x 2yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In memory of Jessica!” Honey, Bonnie & Marti their Mum
9. & 10. Dannii 8yrs 3.9kgs & Kylie 8yrs 5.5kgs Jack Russell x Females (bonded sisters who want to be

adopted together) Sponsors: Tail wags from Lopez (ex DR doggie), Chilli & Tess & Martha Pavlakis, with love
11. Squirtle Jack Russell x 3-4yrs 5.6kgs Male Sponsor:“ We hope you find a family soon!” Rachel & Andrew
12. Drake Foxy x 5yrs Male Sponsor: “ Somewhere a loving home is waiting for you! ” Lesley Cansdell & Titch

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YOU CAN MAKE A

DIFFERENCE!

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

Volunteer Cuddle a Help
at the Shelter. Doggie. Fundraise...

There are a huge variety of DoggieRescue has many Meet like minded people, have
volunteer jobs available. doggies who love a cuddle... some fun & help us fundraise!

Kids can Adopt, Don’t Give us
Volunteer too... Shop! a call...

Under 18? You can still help but There are so many abandoned No matter what skills you have,
you need to bring an adult too. pets waiting for a loving family. or your age you can help!

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

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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 :)

1. Tasha Shar Pei x Labrador 3yrs Female Sponsor: “Just ’cause you’re such a very good girl!” Jane & Romeo
2. Barney Foxy x 2yrs 7.4kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
3. Tara Mastiff x Wolfhound 2yrs 40.1kgs Female Sponsor: “Sending you lots of love!” Jane & her fur kids
4. Narla Mastiff x Ridgeback 4yrs 32kgs Female Sponsor: “ This sponsorship is my gift to you!” Jeff
5. Quinn Jack Russell x 6yrs 9kgs Female Sponsor: “In memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
6. Squall Foxy 2 6yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Tia & Ian!” Paul & Kathryn & Muffin
7. & 8. Ruby Kelpie x Shar Pei & Tanami Kelpie x Shepherd Both 18mths Females (bonded sisters )Sponsor:

“In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena & “In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
9. Sammy Border Collie x 1yr Male Sponsor:“Hoping 2017 starts with a forever family!” Julie McCann
10. Frederick Kelpie x 7yrs 14.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause you’re such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo
11. Angel English Staffy x 2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Iceberg, who was special!” Henny
12. Bubbles Jack Russell x 7yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“ For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling

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Please help DoggieRescue continue our lifesaving work. Not only for today
but for the years to come. Make a gift to the animals through your Will.

Please call or email for your free brochure about leaving a gift in your Will.
Phone: 9486-3133 Monika @DoggieRescue.com www.DoggieRescue.com

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HELP • If you can’t adopt FOSTER
• If you can’t foster DONATE
We need YOU....9486-3133
http://www.doggierescue.com • If you can’t donate VOLUNTEER
• If you can’t volunteer then please

help us SPREAD THE WORD!

1. Marshall Belgian Shepherd 10yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
2. Jamie Jack Russell x 6yrs 8kgs Male Blind Sponsor: Happy New Year from Freddie Martin
3. Maya Dalmatian x 1yr 18.9kgs Female Sponsor: “Keep smiling Maya!” Love from Tilly, Jasper & Karen
4. Zara Cattle x Labrador 3yrs 26kgs Female Sponsor: Wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day from Anik Surcar
5. Seb Jack Russell x 6yrs 12.8kgs Male Sponsor: “For all of our Rainbow Bridge Mob!” Love from Colleen & Ron
6. Spud Foxy x 3yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor:“To help you start a brand new life in 2017!” Desi Hendrawen
7. Olive Kelpie x Shar Pei 2yrs 15.7kgs Female Sponsor:“Just ‘cause you’ve been a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
8. Sally Cattle x Kelpie 2yrs 18kgs Female Sponsor: “ She still has so much to give!” Inzie Bailey
9. Jedi Cattle x Staffy 5yrs 16kgs Male Sponsor: “ A Happy Valentine’s!” Yvonne, Marina, Jef & Easy Social Media
10. Benette Bull Mastiff x Shepherd 4yrs 25.9kgs Female Sponsor: “From our family of 2 dogs!” Lisa & Greg
11. Bailey Jack Russell x Pug 4-5yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ It’s in the giving we receive!” Royce Milmlow
12. Tango Kelpie x Cooli 12mths Female Sponsor: “ A happy Valentine’s Day!” Sara Schaara

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• • • New doggies just rescued adopt me MEET FOUR BRAND NEW FACES

Kaia Maltese x 9-10yrs Zoe Kelpie x 1-2yrs Toby Terrier x 12mths Molly Kelpie x 5yrs
3.7kgs Female 19.2kgs Female
6.4kgs Male 13.3kgs Female

Sponsor: “I hope you find Sponsor:“In loving memory Sponsor: “ Sending some Sponsor: “To help you find
lots of love on Valentine’s
Day!” Margot Cuthill of Billy!” The staff from good luck your way!” the home that you really

Total Earth Care Rachel & Ash deserve!” Pam Robson

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LOVE IS BEING
OWNED BY A DOG!

Meet 12 newly sponsored doggies…..

1. Trudy Labrador x Shepherd 3yrs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of my friend Salvatore!” Antoinette
2. Matilda Kelpie x 5-6yrs Female Sponsor: “A forever home soon!” Janelle Wooldridge
3. Tess Jack Russell x 3-4yrs 8.2kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Lucky!” Kevin Lynch
4. Hazel Shepherd x 3-4yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Monty, Grace & Honey!”Margaret Crowe
5. Byron Shih Tzu x 6yrs 3.8kgs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
6. Lizzie Terrier x 9yrs 13.5kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Chip & Blossom!” Alan & Tina
7. St. Christopher Jack Russell x 12wks Male Sponsor:“Good things are coming to you really soon!” Jody Redler
8. Charlotte Labrador 2yrs 25.6kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ricky!” Malki & Chandra
9. St. Francis Jack Russell x 12wks Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of my dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
10. Jacky Shepherd x Bull Dog x Cattle 12wks Female Sponsor:“ Sending you lots of love!” George Coleman
11. June Shepherd x Bull Dog x Cattle 12wks Female Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good luck in 2017!” P. Tew
12. Eric Silky Terrier x 3-4yrs 4.6kgs Male Sponsor:“ A happy home is coming soon!” Christin Schaller

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PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE What’s trending on instagram?
in 2017 BY FOLLOWING... Follow the DoggieRescue news/
see videos of the doggies/ catch
instagram up with our day to day
happenings and much more…

1. Dave Chihuahua x 6yrs 3.6kgs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
2. Emmet Maltese x 10yrs 9.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck in 2017!” P. Tew
3. Neville Poodle x 11yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Skye & Marshall aka Hairy McLarrie!” L.Coombs
4. Speckles Cattle x Corgi 11yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor:“Wishing you a happy Valentine’s Day!” Sam & Joy Jenkins
5. Wiggles Maltese x 4-5yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “Ex DR doggie Woody’s way of saying thanks!” from Tracy Fay
6. Nikita Corgi x Sheltie 10yrs 9.8kgs Female Sponsor:“A loving home is coming in 2017!” Tony Suters
7. Button Aussie Terrier x 8yrs 8.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of dear little Pebbles!” Sigrid
8. Russell Silky Terrier x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “For the lovely Lily & the joyous Jenna!” Lisa Kane
9. Melody Kelpie x Foxy 2yrs Female Sponsor:“ Wishing you a happy 47th birthday Ray!” Nila Sudiarta
10. Daphne Maltese x 10yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
11. Pearl Silky x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns
12. Cole Border Terrier x 4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “He just needs time, patience & a lot of love!”Janice Martin

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Featured dog: Donald Shar Pei x Labrador 4yrs Male • • • Lifesaver fundraiser

BECOME A DOGGIE

RESCUE LIFESAVER

Sponsor: “ In loving Express your love and commitment
memory of Penny & to the doggies who no one else cares
Lucy!” Hannah about! With your regular monthly
contribution our life-saving work will
continue….

In 2013-2014 year 27,438 dogs & cats
were destroyed in pounds & at the
RSPCA in NSW alone. Operating as a
charity for 15 years we have rescued
over 11,600 dogs from council pounds.

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.

In this economic climate our need for
support has never been greater….

• 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!

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


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