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Published by magazine, 2017-06-22 20:28:50

DoggieRescue E-Magazine July 2017_Neat

www.DoggieRescue.com SHNEOLTKEIRLL

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

Vol.11 No.153 How many PHONE: 9486-3133
sleeps now ‘till
JULY Trivia night... ADOPTED DOGS 12,079

2017

DOG WALKING HOURS
11AM - 2PM TUES - SUN

Weather permitting

Brothers Scout & Lincoln & their
friends are promoting our fun
trivia night—are you coming?
See more details inside….

www.DoggieRescue.com

Volunteers Welcome!

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

Dear Readers,

Our volunteer photographer Oznur has taken some Salty’s story gives me a big boost. He was a scared dog
breathtaking pictures this month. Scout and Lincoln who reacted negatively to certain stimuli. He had been
our Poodles are acting as mascots for our Trivia Night. adopted before and returned when the going got tough,
Nat and her team spend some nine months preparing but Salty’s family have shown perseverance,
for this event as it is a major fundraiser for Doggie determination and above all lots of love. Indeed Liesl,
Rescue. So much time and effort goes into making it a Salty’s Mum, is one of Australia’s Paralympians. What a
successful and enjoyable event for all attendees. Not lucky boy to have a Mum like her!
only is it a fun night to catch up with your friends, it
serves to seriously help all our cats and dogs. Two I hope you read the articles about our young volunteers
tickets to this event will cover a full vaccination for one Lara (p16) and Jason (p26). Having volunteers like them
dog. That is how much your support helps! Our scruffs gives me hope for the future, that the passion and
Mary, Joseph, Frosty and Holly are quite excited about dedication I feel for the animals will live on, long after I am
the event. Louise and Thelma our Chihuahuas want to gone. That is so important to me to know that Doggie
be part of the fun too. Don’t miss out on seats. Book Rescue will move into perpetuity with the philosophies
now! See p9. and ideals we have established.

It is lovely to read some happy gotcha day stories in
this month’s magazine. It makes all we do worthwhile
and gives me a warm feeling of achievement.

Monika with the
handsome Onyx

In the future maybe we will need to deal with dog cloning
issues as Roland points out, the way puppy milling issues
affect us today, or maybe we will all be wise and have
learnt from previous experience. Whatever happens it is
always the voiceless animals that come off second best
in these debates.

We have a magazine filled with mug shots of some of our
current residents and many more pictures and videos on
our social media pages. There are so many to choose
from just waiting to bounce into your life. Come and do
some dog walking and check them all out.

We have finally got the dog yard refurbishments to a
stage where our dogs can use them. We are already
observing a dramatic reduction in their anxious energy. It
is so good to see! Our new walkway is also aiding the
calm exit of the dogs to our front gate. Calmer, more
manageable dogs, means calmer happier workers and
volunteers too! (see photo at the top of the page)

JULY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

It is not only the dogs • Please make a DONATION
who are getting
improvements. If you wanted to make a tax
Volunteers and friends deductible donation to help Doggie
have also been helping Rescue save more lives in the year
with the expansion of ahead you can donate online via
our cat café area. our secure website or call us on
Whilst still incomplete, 02 9486 3133.
it is taking shape and
will help families to • Become a DoggieRescue
engage with our kitties
in a happy, pleasant LIFESAVER
environment. A huge
thanks to Will, Debra Or you might like to consider
and other volunteers becoming a DoggieRescue
who pitched in to get it Lifesaver (see p10), with a regular
to this stage. Will had monthly gift to support our work.
most of this
construction done in All gifts, regardless of size, help us
two days. He hardly stopped to eat and worked until dark. Hopefully by the to give a brighter future to the dogs
time of my next editorial we may have kitties inside checking it all out. and cats in our care. Thank you in
advance for your kind donation.
“Thank you to all our volunteers, supporters and friends
who each do a bit, in their own way, to make Doggie I look forward to keeping you
Rescue a brighter and happier place.” Monika updated on our progress in the
months ahead and sincerely thank
https://www.instagram.com/explore/ you again for all your support.
locations/228240252/monikas-doggie-rescue/
Warmest regards
Where is DoggieWood?
Monika
Ingleside Shelter location: 2 McCowan Rd,
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101 Monika Biernacki
Open 11AM –2.30PM Tuesday to Sunday Founder - DoggieRescue

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

RALPH’S STORY
CLICK HERE

Please help us to continue
our lifesaving work

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DOGGIERESCUE.COM

ISSUE: JULY 2017

FEATURES Our cover dogs brothers Lincoln & Scout
are wearing gorgeous hand made coats.
TRIVIA FUN...The DR doggies are 6-8 The doggies love them and they are all
excited as Trivia Night draws near! made from recycled fabric. A big thank
you to the Rath family for their donation
TRIVIA NIGHT 15TH JULY!!! 9

Don’t miss our biggest fundraiser

LIFESAVERS WANTED! Find out 10-11
how you can save a life today!!!

A LABOUR OF LOVE 16
By Lara Sapsford

KEEP FIT WITH YOUR DOG 18
By Madeline Burton -19
26-27
SERIOUS ABOUT DOGS
By Jason Hawkins 30-31

RUBY & TANAMI Very much a 35
bonded pair! By Keryn Twining

WHERE IS SALTY Catching up
with Salty By Liesl Tesch AM

IN EVERY ISSUE 2-3

FROM MY DESK
by Monika Biernacki

UNLEASHED & 12-14

DANGEROUS By Roland Briefrel

UP CLOSE & PERSONAL – 32-33
Catching up with“ SMURFY
BARCLAY” aka Smurf

Email: [email protected]

Cover Pair: Lincoln Check out DoggieRescue.com online Sponsors: “In
& Scout Mini Poodle loving memory of
x 11yrs both Males Join us on Facebook my dogs Heidi &
( Bonded brothers) https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue Libby!”Judith Lynch
also featured above. & “You have a
Follow us on Twitter sponsor who cares,
Cover photo: www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue now you are loved!”
Oznur Mezgil Fred & Annie Tse

JULY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 5

Speckles Leave a Legacy of Love
has been
waiting for
his forever
family…

FOREVER

Speckles Cattle x Corgi 11yrs 15kgs Male Because you will always care.
Sponsor: “ Fingers crossed! ” Sam & Joy Jenkins Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.

Sponsored doggies adopted! Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
gift in your Will.
• Kiera, Lilac, Ellen, Arial, Aurora, Cinderella,
Belle, Billy, Griffin, Felix, Pearl, Twix, Ivy & Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
Star, India, Audrey, Archie, Miranda, Winkle, First name
Stella, Zane & last month’s cover boy Gunther 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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How do I tell them all that
doggies can’t go I wonder…

What’s a TRIVIA
NIGHT? Is there
food—I love food!

“ MARY ”

“ JOSEPH ”

Mary Poodle x Irish Terrier 5yrs Female Sponsor: “A house without a dog is simply not a home! ” Sylvia Raye
Joseph Irish Terrier 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ For all our Rainbow Bridge Mob!” Love from Colleen & Ron

JULY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7

I don’t have
a family...

Love these
dogs? See
more on
page 17.

It’s a fundraiser
where you dress
up and have fun
with your family...

“ FROSTY ”

“ HOLLY ”

IT’S DOGGIERESCUE’S BIGGEST FUNDRAISER OF THE YEAR SO WE WOULD
LOVE TO SEE YOU THERE! FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE SEE PAGE 9.

Frosty Irish Terrier x 8yrs 7.7kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Chip & Blossom!” Alan & Tina
Holly Irish Terrier x 9yrs 8kgs Female Sponsor: “Hoping you find a family to love you soon!” Patsy Wills

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My motto is simply sit
and look adorable. It’s
always worked for me...

“ SCOUT ”

Do you have
to answer
QUESTIONS?
I don’t know
anything...

“ LINCOLN”

CAN YOU BELIEVE ALL OUR LITTLE ‘TRIVIA PROMOTERS’ ARE HOMELESS?
HOW CAN ANYTHING SO BEAUTIFUL HAVE NO HOMES….

Scout & Lincoln Mini Poodle x 11yrs both Males ( Bonded brothers) . Sponsors: “In loving memory of my dogs
Heidi & Libby!”Judith Lynch & “You have a sponsor who cares, now you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse

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Monika’s DoggieRescue Annual

THEME Saturday 15th July 2017

It’s a Dog’s Life… Doors open 5pm and event to commence 6.30pm

Come dressed in your best doggie Club Willoughby Auditorium
themed outfit. Prizes for the best 26 Crabbes Avenue, Willoughby
dressed.
Special guests and lots more…
A night of fun and laughter guaranteed!

There will be a bake stall, cash boards, raffles and carnival
games to participate in. All money raised goes to
DoggieRescue which helps to save lives from death row.

TICKETS

$25 per person ( an event for all ages)
To be collected at the door on the night
Ticket cost includes table nibbles ( lollies and chips)

Bookings
Online at https://www.trybooking.com/269521
On sale Monday 1st May at 9am till Sold Out
(limited tickets available)
Meals can be pre-ordered at the Bistro-Menu to
be released prior to event via email

ENQUIRIES
Contact: nat
Email: [email protected]
Mobile 0402 785 196

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

Rachel with ex DR My name is Rachel. I am a Lifesaver and
doggie Bodrik Volunteer at DoggieRescue.
(now Bodhi )
I know that the money I donate on a monthly basis is
“ I am really proud to be a Lifesaver and put to good use in looking after the dogs and cats at
would encourage others to do the same. “ DoggieRescue - I see this in action every time I
volunteer up at DoggieWood! Lifesavers really are just
that ! The program was set up a number of years ago
when DoggieRescue was really struggling to survive.
Through the generosity of these wonderful donors,
Monika and her team have been able to continue
saving dogs and cats (and rabbits and guinea pigs!)
from the council pounds around Sydney and NSW. I
am really proud to be a Lifesaver and would encourage
others to do the same. Just a small monthly
contribution helps makes a difference at DoggieRescue
and contributes towards food and vet bills and also
ongoing maintenance of DoggieRescue. Rachel

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CLICK HERE

With your regular monthly contribution our life-saving work will continue….

• Your contribution of $29 per month pays for food & shelter costs for 1 doggie
• Your contribution of $49 per month pays for food, shelter & veterinary costs for 1 doggie
• Your contribution of $79 per month pays for food, shelter and veterinary costs and contributes

to the expansion of our program – there are thousands more lives to be saved!

DoggieRescue is dedicated to saving precious lives. These dogs receive
immediate medical care, are de-sexed, vaccinated and micro-chipped and
await a loving family at our shelter, “Doggie Wood” at Ingleside. We are a
“no-kill” shelter. Our commitment to these dogs is for the rest of their lives.
Our running costs are considerable and increasing. We receive no
government funding and rely exclusively on donations.

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

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• Feature DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND DANGEROUS

If your dog is about to die, should you
clone it? Not if you care about animals!

Cartoon by Speaking (very) generally,
Ryley Miller people like familiarity and dislike
the unexpected. Adopting a new
pet is enough of a change;
people like to know what they
are getting into. But beyond the
practicalities, there is the
perfectly impractical matter of the
heart. When your pet dies, you
just want your pet back, or at
least as close a replica as you
can get. It is really therefore no
surprise that of the approximately
600 dogs cloned by Sooam
Biotech Research Foundation —
the lab in Seoul, South Korea,
that is currently the only place on
the planet in the business of
cloning pet dogs for owners —
most were cloned for grieving
pet owners.

Whilst it has been around for technically offer that, but what is The science has advanced at an
some time now, the questions being billed as the next best thing is interesting time in pet ownership,
surrounding the cloning of pet cloning. as people are increasingly
dogs have become more urgent viewing their pets as members
as more and more people want A South Korean biotech company, of the family.
their “best friend” to live on the Sooam Foundation, is offering a
forever. This article takes a dog cloning service to people around In 2013, seventy five percent of
close and sobering look at this the world for around $100,000. dog owners surveyed by the
high tech industry. American Veterinary Medical
The idea of cloning your pet sounds Association said that they
All animal lovers will agree that the like a laughable, extravagant waste thought of their dog as part of the
day they had to face the death of a of money, because it is. But it starts to family. Compare that to 2006,
beloved pet was among the saddest seem a little less laughable when your when just about half of dog
of their lives. But what if, knowing own beloved pets start getting older. If owners surveyed said the same
your animal friend is in their final I had a few hundred thousand dollars thing. We call them our fur-
days, someone could offer you to spare, I know I would have half- babies, and we mean it, as
another lifetime with your canine seriously considered it for any of my Virginia Hughes reported for
companion? Science cannot Doggie Rescue adoptions who have National Geographic after her
passed away in the last fifteen years. own 17-month-old was struck by
a car and killed.

JULY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 13

Hughes quoted psychologist John However, sometimes the things you Compiled by Roland Briefrel
Archer, who writes: Pet owners know instinctively with your head A long time supporter of Doggie
treat pets like children, for example, cannot compete with the Rescue, Roland is an educator and
playing with them, talking to them in comparatively less reasoned hopes an animal welfare advocate who is
motherese or baby-talk, continually of your heart. The story reported not hesitant to speak about topics
referring to “my baby,” and holding internationally of Dr. Phillip Dupont for animals who have no voice.
and cuddling them as one would a and his wife, Paula, who run a
baby.… Similar (but less systematic) veterinary clinic in Louisiana, paid ending conga line of unwanted
evidence that pets act as child Sooam $100,000 to clone their dog dogs at Doggie Rescue, as well as
substitutes can be found from Melvin, a pet they loved and trusted all the other shelters around
anthropological and historical so deeply they even let the dog Sydney, NSW and Australia. But
accounts of other cultures: this “babysit their grandson in the one thing is certain: There must
includes breast-feeding of young backyard all by himself.” be better ways to spend
animals by humans. $100,000 if you are an animal
The Duponts got three puppies out lover – LIKE GIVE IT TO
But not even cloning will give you of the deal, though one of those DOGGIE RESCUE!!
your pet back, not exactly. There do puppies died. The other two are
not yet appear to be any studies on named Ken and Henry, and the
the behaviour of cloned pets, but couple is so happy with them they
research on cloned cows and pigs are considering using Melvin’s
has so far shown marked DNA again — what better dog to give
differences in behaviour and even their grandson than one created with
looks in cloned animals. “The the DNA of his former babysitter?
technology of cloning has been sold
to the public as a way of creating a It makes sense; it also makes no
group of identical animals and, as sense at all for the many of us in
such, there are companies that have animal welfare that see a never
been set up around this concept,
especially for pet cloning,” said Jorge
Piedrahita, a molecular biomedical
sciences professor at N.C. State
University. Think of it like identical
twins: The DNA is exactly the
same, but there are still differences
in personality and, if you know how
to look for it, appearance.

Even if your newly cloned dog is Mini-Winnie, born in March 2017, and was flown to
raised in the exact same her owner in Britain after being cared for by experts
environment in the exact same way in South Korea for five months...
as the original, the new dog/s will
still behave like what they are:
entirely different dogs from the
original. The promise of pet cloning
is that “your cloned pet is going to
behave and look like the one you
already have — and that will not be
the case,” Piedrahita said. “We’ve
cloned animals that were raised in
the same environment and they still
didn’t act the same.”

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The Process Behind Essentially, dogs are being used as continue to be for poultry and
Big Business Dog puppy making factories. For those who cattle, and the welfare of cloned
Cloning Will Probably have already realized the troubling canines or those dogs that are
Mean Poor Animal welfare implications of conventional dog part of the process has not been
Treatment breeding, this will immediately wave as a guaranteed to be any better.
red flag. What is more, cloning is not an
In order to clone the dog, the immaculate process. A Sooam Wider Ethical
genetic material has to still be representative told the Guardian Problems with Dog
fresh, so a small sample of tissue newspaper last year: “Things can go Cloning
must be harvested either while the wrong. Dogs can be born unhealthy. For
dog to be cloned is still living, or example, they can be born with thickened The problems do not stop at just
within five days of its death. The necks or tongues, and experience the cloning process, either. The
cells can then be frozen, so genetic breathing difficulties. But we guarantee a owner’s hopes of the cloned dog
material can be harvested even healthy puppy for our clients, so we will acting the same as the dog on
from young mature dogs for that try again. Often the client will take both which its genetic material is
day when, sadly, they pass away. puppies in this situation. We never put a based forgets that, for one, the
dog down.” They might never put a dog process is inefficient and will not
Another dog is then brought in, down, but this disingenuously implies that produce a carbon copy; secondly,
which does not have to be of the the dogs’ lives will be rosy should their behavioural traits are formed
same breed, to offer up a donor prospective owner reject them. That is through a complex interplay of
egg. The dog cloning team then unlikely. genetics and environmental
substitutes the DNA in the egg with factors and so owners could be
the material from the stored One of the key reasons why the cloning disappointed when the copy of
sample. Another dog is then used industry thrives in South Korea, other their deceased dog turns out to
to house the cloned embryo and than an admirable quality of cultivating act differently than they hoped.
carry it to term — obviously, an innovation, is that the ethical standards
adult dog of the same breed as the surrounding treatment of these particular These are all issues that must be
potential pup is best for this stage animals is much lower than it is in the considered when cloning a dog
though the Korean Sooam UK, Europe and the United States — because it treats the animals as
Foundation is noted as saying they indeed, cloning a dog for these purposes though they are accessories for
do not insist on it. Here is where is not lawful within the EU or the United human fulfilment instead of
the ethical questions begin to glare. States. sentient beings in their own right.
It places an unfair burden of
First and foremost, the In South Korea, the companies face expectation on the animal that in
pregnancy success rate when no strict obligation to the same particular puts it at risk of
this process began was kinds of standards and, it has been mistreatment and abuse. Also we
according to Sooam at about alleged, that the dogs involved as have not even looked at the wider
2%. It is now only at 30%. What surrogates for such procedures are implications of breeding dogs,
do they do if a dog fails to produce sourced from and supplied to dog when there are so many in
a viable pup? They just try again. farms where welfare standards are shelters waiting for loving homes,
And again. And again. incredibly low and from where they a devastating argument against
can be sold to be killed for food or dog breeding as a whole.
clothing products. http://
abcnews.go.com/Technology/ So not only should we not
south-koreas-dog-cloning-industry- engage with the dog cloning
raises-ethical-red/story?id=15309415 business, it should be
thoroughly rejected as an
The cloning industry, should it take hold, abhorrent practice fraught with
appears ready to foster a host of factory ethical concerns and animal
farms that would allow such practices welfare violations that serves
and conditions to thrive. We know how no other function than to fulfil
terrible factory farms have been and a selfish human desire.

JULY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

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• FEATURE STORY : FOCUS ON VOLUNTEERING Written by Lara Sapsford

A LABOUR I like to walk the bigger, more energetic
OF LOVE! dogs. Depending on their mood and
energy, I take them about 3 and a half km
“I tell everybody I meet about Monika’s and always suggest people and 45-60 minutes. Lately, my fitbit totals
consider rescue dogs if they are thinking of getting a pup.” Lara have been over 23000 steps on a MDR
day! I am not sure who has more fun, but
THE STORY OF A VERY SPECIAL VOLUNTEER it makes me happy to see their waggy
tails by the time we finish. It is nice to be
part of helping some of the more nervous
dogs or those who have been mistreated
feel a bit safer and get some treats and
lots of pats.

Lara with My favourite boy at the moment
Django is Django, a Kelpie x who is
8mths old . He is gorgeous. He
is loving, energetic, playful and
very intelligent. Django is
pictured with me at left.

CLICK Last week while Django and I were on
HERE! the outward leg of our walk, my fitbit must
have fallen unnoticed off my wrist onto
the road. On the way back, Django led
me over to it and picked it up in his mouth
to give to me. I think he just knew it was
mine. Naturally there were extra treats by
the end of THAT walk! I would love to
give him his forever home but sadly we
already have two aging dogs and I live at
home with mum and dads rules about
pet's! I so want the beautiful Django to
have a happy home, although it makes
me sad to know it may not be at my
house.

Hello everyone, my name is Lara and I am 26 years old. I have been I hope you love Monika’s as much as I
volunteering at Monika’s Doggie Rescue for over 6 years. I come do and continue to help her and the
two times a week, and walk as many dogs as I can during the opening team do their wonderful work. I think
hours. I love the doggies here, and the wonderful people who look the doggies need us all. love from Lara
after them. Monika and the team all make me feel very welcome. It is
like my other family. But it breaks my heart that there are still so many Sponsor: “ Wishing you a very happy
beautiful dogs ending up on death row and needing to be rescued by home soon Django!” Sara Schaara
Monika. I tell everybody I meet about Monika’s and always suggest
people consider rescue dogs if they are thinking of getting a pup. PLEASE PHONE: 9486-3133 FOR
MORE DETAILS ON VOLUNTEERING

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• Feature ADOPT ME! Meet our little Trivia fundraisers featured on pages 6 & 7

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO!

MEET OUR GORGEOUS LITTLE ‘SCRUFFS’ FAMILY!

HOW CAN ANYONE RESIST MARY, JOSEPH, FROSTY & HOLLY?

Mary, Joseph, Frosty & Holly ( also Candy, Twinkle, shy it does not take long before they come out of their
Blitzen & Brandy seen throughout this magazine) shells. They are well socialized with other doggies and
came into Doggie Rescue’s care last Christmas. love a game of tug or a soft toy to snuggle up to.

These dear little dogs all came from the one home where Mary’s little family of two puppies have found families of

they had been living in rough circumstances. All were their own and Mary is waiting so patiently, as are the

thin, matted, very scared. Mary was also pregnant. rest of this group, for families to fall in love with them.

It has been a journey of discovery for this little family. A If you would like more information :
warm bed, to feel clean and have a full belly. Feeling Please give Monika a call on 9486-3133 or download
secure has been harder but though most are still a little an application to adopt from our web site.

NEW DOGGIES IN PROFILE…MEET “ALBIE”
A RECENT SAVE FROM LITHGOW POUND

Luis Kennel Manager at DoggieWood says of Albie “ Albie is a Bull
Arab x about 12 months old and weighing 29.9kgs. He is a big,
cuddly boy who loves his food. Albie also loves any attention, has
recently been assessed as child friendly and is patiently waiting to
meet his new family!”

Sponsor: “ A loving home is coming very soon!” Lesley Candsell &
Titch the cat. ( Yes Albie is sponsored by a cat!!! )

Call 9486-3133 and arrange a date today!

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• EXERCISE FEATURE

Keep fit with

your dog! By Madeline Burton

Abi keeps slim and trim I once heard a radio discussion
with a regular dose of around this issue with people
volunteer dog walking expressing a variety of
at DoggieRescue opinions on why we are
experiencing this problem and
In 2014-2015, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, around how we go about solving it.
11.2 million people or almost two in three Australian adults were overweight Towards the end of the
or obese. This is a very worrying statistic given how it increases people’s program a caller rang in to say
vulnerability to some potentially serious illnesses. Being overweight or obese he thought people should just
is also an increasing problem for our dogs. One pet insurer reports a 100% “eat less and run around
increase over the past four years in obesity-related health issues alongside more”. While this is an over-
a frightening 375% rise for osteo-arthritis with claim frequency for canine simplification, these are two
diabetes shooting up by 115% since 2012. These are the very diseases very important areas where we
that are also on a steep increase among people. can promote a healthier
approach to life for ourselves
and for our dogs.

By taking a healthier
approach to our diet and
enjoying an appropriate
amount of exercise we can
reduce our susceptibility,
and those of our pets, to the
risk of heart disease,
diabetes, arthritis and even
some types of cancer.

Is your dog overweight? their rib cage. You should be able to feel their ribs rather
than a covering of excess fat. If you can’t, then your dog
There are a number of scales and charts that will may be overweight. Also, when viewed from above,
provide an indication of an appropriate weight for your your dog should have an identifiable waist, between
particular type or breed of dog, but it really does come the end of the rib cage and the start of the back legs.
down to your dog’s particular build. There are a few
indications, though, that you can easily check for your- Your vet will be very pleased to confirm whether
self. You’ll be pleased to know that this starts with your dog is carrying too much weight and work
giving your dog a cuddle and running your hands over with you to design a diet and exercise program
suitable to your dog’s breed and life stage.

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“ Good work can easily be undone by feeding your dog too many treats …”

Working out your Play ball: Now there’s a phrase that most dogs love to hear.
workout So whether it’s a ball, a frisbee or some other special toy, they
will be very glad to head outside with you and play a game of
catch.

Most dogs love being physically active and it is Visit a dog park: If your dog is social and friendly with
one of the joys of being a dog owner to spend people and other dogs, then a dog park can be a fantastic place
time together exercising and exploring. It is such to exercise and socialise. Take a ball or frisbee with you and
a great opportunity to embrace a healthier you will be the centre of attention.
approach to life and encourage a deeper bond
with our canine companions. Like us, dogs not Watch those calories!!
only benefit from the physical benefits of activity
from but also the mental stimulation. This can
help avoid those destructive behaviours that can
make life so upsetting for dogs and their owners.

Generally speaking, dogs and people need daily
exercise. While there are human and canine
special needs that need to be taken into account
and we all slow down as we age, some sort of
physical activity each day brings a range of
benefits for our bodies and our minds.

Below are just a few work out ideas that you and
your dog might enjoy.

Take a walk : If you and your dog aren’t This article takes a brief look at the importance of exercise to a
used to strenuous exercise, it is best to begin healthy life for you and your dog. However, as mentioned
with a walk and work your way up from there. above, to be truly effective physical activity must be paired with
Our increasingly busy lives mean that many a well balanced approach to diet. Good work can easily be
people are time poor while many dogs have far undone by feeding your dog too many treats or a diet high in fat
too much time on their paws. Why not get up or sugar. Again, it’s worth speaking to your vet about a diet that
earlier and take your dog for a 15 minute walk in is suitable for your dog’s age, lifestyle and health status.
the morning then another 15 minute walk later
on - you’ll make their day and yours.

Jog, run or hike: Once you and your If you are planning to introduce a more vigorous
dog have built up your fitness levels, then a jog exercise regime, please speak to your dog’s
or a run or even a hike can be a great way to up veterinarian. Different breeds have different exercise
your exercise intensity. Make sure you take requirements and you need to be very careful with
advantage of the cooler hours of the day and puppies as some exercises like running or jogging
don’t forgot to make sure you have plenty of can be dangerous as their bones haven’t finished
water so you and your dog stay hydrated. growing. Care also needs to be taken with older
Xxx dogs to ensure their exercise regime is tailored to
Dive in: Swimming is a great low impact their particular requirements. It would also be worth
exercise that offers health benefits for people speaking to your doctor.
and dogs particularly if there are any signs of
arthritis.

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Come on…Let’s
have some fun!

BURN CALORIES
AND GET HEALTHY!

Trudy Jessie

Onyx Hazel

Zoe Jackie Spike

Penny

WHY NOT ADOPT AN ACTIVE DOG FOR A FITTER YOU!

Onyx Irish Wolfhound x 4yrs 28.8kgs Male Sponsor: Sending you lots of love from Susan Cassidy
Hazel Shepherd x 3yrs 22kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Monty, Grace & Honey!”Margaret Crowe
Trudy Labrador x Shepherd 3yrs 29kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Salvatore!” Antoinette
Jessie Kelpie x 12mths Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Malki & Chandra
Zoe Kelpie x 1-2yrs Female Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a second chance at life.
Jackie Border Collie x 8yrs 16kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Jess & Jody!” Michele & Steve Tamassy
Penny Great Dane x Shepherd 1yr 30kgs Female Sponsor: Lisa Suters, with love
Spike Wiry Terrier 1-2yrs 15.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ Big hugs to a very sweet boy!” Gail & Nelson

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Can’t manage a young active Small doggies Sparkle
doggie? Have you ever thought make great
of adopting a mature dog! exercise
partners too...
Jacob (pictured) Staffy x 24.5kgs Male
Even though 10 years of age Jacob loves to DID YOU KNOW?
play ball and once he knows you is happy to 183 calories are burned
jog along side. He is trim and very fit for his by a 58-60kgs woman
age. Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Otto & ex walking her dog at about
DR dog Rohan!” Gail 2.5 mph (average) in one
hour – even more if you
• Walking 150 minutes a month (1/2 hour per step it up to jog.
day) can help prevent coronary disease...

Spud

“ For someone seeking an active dog, June is ideal!” Mariana Kennel Hand

If you cannot ADOPT a dog then 24% Byron
why not become a VOLUNTEER
walker at DoggieRescue? It’s lots of Of dog owners
fun, keeps you fit & you make many have more than
new friends. We’d love to meet you!
ONE dog.

June Shepherd x Bull Dog x Cattle 7mths Female Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good luck in 2017!” P. Tew
Sparkle Wiry Terrier 4yrs 5.6kgs Female Sponsor: The Students at the Sydney School of English
Spud Foxy x 3yrs 7.2kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Bessy Irvine!” Janiece
Byron Shih Tzu x 6yrs 3.8kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of our dear Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins

OWNING A DOG IS FUN—START ENJOYING YOURSELF TODAY!

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Must love dogs Munroe Cattle x
12wks Female
Wriggly, warm,
cute puppies... Sponsor:“In loving
memory of Ralph,
Floyd & Steffie!”
Verena

WON’T
YOU
PLAY
WITH
ME?

New Mummy Dolly gives birth to 2 pups! CHIPPY’S JOKE:
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins WHAT DO YOU CALL A CAT WHO GETS
ANYTHING IT WANTS?

Purrr-suasive!!!!
Ha! Ha! Ha!

Featuring star ex DR doggie Hi Fans, Thinking…
Chippy Pizzey and his Is it better to be licked and wet or
pearls of wisdom... Now the nights are so cold there is only cold and miserable on the floor…
one place that I like to be - between
Mum and Dad on the lounge, all I put my front paws on the lounge to try
cuddled up and warm together. But to find some room and you know what
lately Tom Puss (the stray cat who Tom did? He swiped me with his paw!!!
wandered in and has taken over) has Did Mum see? Did Dad see? No they
been joining us too. That would not be were watching the TV.
so bad but he has started washing me.
Thinking….
He licks my ears (inside & out!!!)and Has he planned this all along? Is he that
my face and even my feet until I am all cunning? Yes he is! What will I do to
soggy, wet and yukky. Last night I had outsmart that darn cat…
had enough, so I jumped down. There
he was, in my spot between Mum and “Chippy, it’s cold, what are you doing on
Dad on the lounge looking down at me the floor!” Mum said. She bent down and
with his green eyes slanted so smugly. scooped me up. As I snuggled into
Purring. Do you think he had it all Mum’s lap I closed my eyes. Was that
planned to take my spot on the lounge? a little hiss I heard? C/u Chips

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CLICK HERE

DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO PAT A BUNNY?

YES!

Meet my
dog Gypsy

NO!!!

Chico Chihuahua x 4yrs 4kgs Brandy Irish Terrier x 10yrs
Male Sponsor: “I hope you find a Female Sponsor: “ Wishes for a
mummy soon!” Julie McCann brighter future!” Sach Baillie

Candy Irish Terrier x 9yrs 6kgs Malaki Wolfhound x 2yrs Lucky Gypsy was adopted by her
Female Sponsor:“In loving memory 25.2kgs Male Sponsor: “With love foster family! Dante (pictured here
of Connor & Polly!” The Browns & hugs from Shona & Narice!” with Gypsy and her fur siblings) was
so excited that he made a special
'Adopted' sign just for her! What a
clever boy you are Dante!

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Does Santa
really come
in July too?

Marcus English Staffy x 7yrs Nikita Corgi x Sheltie 10yrs Maisy French Bulldog x 2yrs
16.9kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving 9.2kgs Female Sponsor: “ A loving 10.5kgs Female Sponsor:“ Wishing
memory of Curtis!” Lee McKerracher home soon!” Tony Suters Maisy a happy life!” Hughie Wray

Bubbles Jack Russell x 7yrs Sally Cattle x Kelpie 2yrs 18kgs Benette Bull Mastiff x Shepherd
4yrs 25kgs Female Sponsor: “From
8kgs Male Sponsor: “ For my dogs Female Sponsor: “ She has so much our family of 2 dogs!” Lisa & Greg

Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling love to give!” Inzie Bailey

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Somehow not only for Christmas
but all the long year through,

The joy that you give to others is
the joy that comes back to YOU!

~ John Greenleaf Whittier ~

Melody Kelpie x Foxy 2yrs Squall Foxy x 8yrs 9.4kgs Male Marley Staffy x 5yrs 27kgs Male
Sponsor: “ Wishing you all the love
10.9kgs Female Sponsor:“ Wishing Sponsor: “In loving memory of Tia & in the world!” Anna Emmerson

you a happy 47th birthday Ray!” Ian!” Kathryn & Paul & Muffin

Coco Cattle x Labrador 5yrs Frederick Kelpie x 7yrs 14.3kgs Khaleesi Staffy x 12mths 12.7kgs
Female Sponsor: “It’s in the giving
Female Sponsor: “To help you find Male Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause you’re we receive!” Royce Milmlow

the home you deserve!” Pam such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo

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• SPOTLIGHT ON VOLUNTEERING Written by Jason Hawkins DR Kennel Hand

SERIOUS
ABOUT DOGS

“As someone interested in a veterinary
career I figured volunteering would be a
great way to gain experience working with
animals whilst contributing back to the
community in a meaningful way. ” Jason

Hello Readers,

Volunteering at the Doggie Rescue has been
one of the most rewarding experiences of my
life. Over the past few months I have been able
to help with everything from preparing feeds and
playing in the yards, to seeing off my favourite
dogs to their new happy homes.

As someone who is interested in a veterinary
career I figured volunteering would be a great
way to gain experience working with animals
whilst contributing back to the community in
such a meaningful way. However as I spent
more time at the DoggieRescue shelter I
realised it means much more than that. There
are so many wonderful animals deserving of a
good home that being part of getting
them there is a privilege.

The days are well structured and have “ There are so
become routine for me, beginning with many wonderful

setting up the yards with water, toys animals who are Seeing dogs interacting for the first time

and blankets followed by breakfast, deserving of a gave me a chance to observe body
cleaning and enrichment activities. good home..” language and behaviour signs which was
Preparing feeds is a perfect example fascinating and invaluable experience. I

of the care kennel hands and found these activities not only interesting

volunteers take catering to the animal’s but also a great way to get to know the dogs personalities.
specific needs. Each dog gets their own meal

accommodating any dietary and medical Finally, being surrounded by like minded individuals all working

requirements. Another interesting part of the job together for a great cause not only brings about a fun and
I was able to help with was trialling the dogs effective work environment, but ensures the animals get the best
into yard groups. possible care.

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If you are serious abut a career with animals volunteering is a great place to start!

VOLUNTEERS
NEEDED!

I feel that I have made genuine friends
with the kennel hands and volunteers
on staff that all share the same
passion for animal welfare as I do
myself. They have helped me
throughout my entire time with the
rescue both as a volunteer and as I
have made the transition to kennel
hand which I am incredibly thankful for.

“ I thoroughly encourage everyone who Jason & his people and make some new dog
is thinking about volunteering to get up friends Rex loving friends at the same time..
and get involved. You have nothing to & Spike
lose and each visit brings with it a new Don’t be shy. Please call us on
challenge with something exciting to DoggieRescue is always needing 9486-3133 or just pop in and
see and learn.” Jason volunteers to help, but we introduce yourself. No matter
especially need feeders at the what your skills ( or lack of
• Want to help out some moment. If you can bend or lift then them ) if you love dogs we
we want you on our roster! Our day guarantee we will find the
amazing animals? commences at 8.30am and you perfect volunteer job for you.
must be over 18 years. If you have
• Have some spare hours a few hours to spare once a week,
once a fortnight…or...once a
& want to do something month, why not give some love
rewarding? (and food) to a few special fur

• Would you like to meet

some like minded
people who share your
passion for animals?

Get involved.

With your help we will continue to find homes
for more than 500 doggies every year.

PHONE: 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com

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

1. Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs 6.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ted & for Sam!” Alison Skinner
2. Jedi Shepherd x 5yrs16kgs Male Sponsor:“He’s a sweetie!” Yvonne, Marina & Jef, Easy Social Media
3. Blaze Staffy x Cattle 2yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Kate Retallack
4. Saffy Maltese x 8yrs 5.1kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my sweet Crunchie!” Cathy Beer
5. Angus Aussie Terrier x 5yrs 8.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Somewhere a loving home waits!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch
6. Tara Mastiff x Wolfhound 2yrs 40.1kgs Female Sponsor: “Sending you love!” Jane & her fur kids
7. Charlie Mini Pinscher x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ My fingers are crossed for a forever home!” Meaghan
8. Dusty Kelpie x Corgi 3yrs 10.8kgs Male Sponsor:“For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
9. Jax Labrador x B/Collie 4yrs 17.5kgs Male Sponsor:“A faithful friend4ever!” Wendy McCathie
10. Blitzen Irish Terrier x Poodle 10yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Beth Gentle
11. Cole Border Terrier x 4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “He just needs time, patience & a lot of love!”Janice Martin
12. Jenny Maltese x 8yrs 5.3kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris

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ADOPT ME Lose your HEART to one of these seniors….

Love

Ralph Pomeranian x 10yrs 2.5kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
Dwayne Staffy x Labrador 12yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Tia & Ian!” Kathryn & Paul & Muffin
Jason Lhasa Apso 13yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jakkson & Jack!” Gina Carovigno

Polly Chihuahua x Pom 10yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my dear little Sam!” Valerie Rodgers
Emmet Maltese x 10yrs 9.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck finding a home in 2017!” P. Tew
Bruce Mini Pinscher 11yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sybil & Jed, 2 strays!”Janet & Richard
Teddy Foxy x Chihuahua 11yrs 6.7kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins

Celene Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Daisy!” Ashleigh Synnott
Stanley Pomeranian x 10yrs Male Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill and Joan Collins
Betty Chihuahua x 11yrs Female ( Bonded with Stanley) Sponsor:“ In loving memory of Elle!” Bill and Joan Collins
Russell Silky Terrier x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “For the lovely Lily & the joyous Jenna!” Lisa Kane

30 JULY 2017 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE By Keryn Twining

• • • DoggieRescue ’s Bonded Pairs feature

Ruby & Tanami

BONDED SISTERS

Hello Readers,

My name is Keryn and I am a DR Volunteer.
In this capacity I meet many dogs of all
shapes and sizes. I love them all but there are
always some who are so special and really
touch my heart. Sisters Ruby and Tanami are
such a pair.

Ruby and Tanami are a bonded pair looking
for their "furever" home together. These girls,
while quite attached to each other, are very
friendly with other dogs of all sizes. These two
girls are often seen at our Petbarn sites, or
other Doggie Rescue events.

Both girls are child friendly, and are well • Sponsors: “In memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena &
known for smooching up to you once they are “In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica
confident in your presence. BUT, don't think
you can give one attention and the other
won't be straight along for it as well!! :)

Ruby is a Kelpie x Shar Pei
approx. 18 months to 2
years of age. Ruby is a little
dependent on her sister, and
needs a family that is going to
give her time with her sister as
well as individual time with a
family member. Ruby loves a
cuddle with you. She would be
great for long walks or possibly
even a light jog, building her
confidence and trust.

“ It is very cute to see them
cuddled up together watching

those around them.” Keryn

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“ Perhaps they are waiting for YOU!”

Tanami is a Kelpie x Shepherd approx. Waiting...
18 months to 2 years of age. Tanami is
quite confident when out on walks and needs a
strong family member to give her some basic
training. Ruby loves a cuddle and belly rub and
is known for her sweet kisses. Tanami is
always looking out for her sister Ruby.

These girls do not show any jealousy with at-
tention between them, but they do nudge you to
let you know they are also there. It is very cute
to see them cuddled up together watching
those around them.

Ruby and Tanami love to be around people, If you have the space for 2 more hearts in your life, please
and would suit a part time worker or work from go to our website and check these two lovely girls out...
home family member. They will sit by your side
while you work the day away. They are great
with kids of all ages and would love to be loved
by your family.

FEATURING A PAIR OF PAIRS...

TWO DOGS– TWICE THE FUN!

Lena Foxy x Terrier 14yrs & Reci Foxy x 10yrs Both Rue Bull Arab x 27kgs & Ava Bull Arab x 24.1kgs
Female. ( bonded pair - Mum & Daughter ) Sponsor: Female both 9mths Female ( Bonded sisters )
“In loving memory of Tyson & Gramps, who finally had Sponsor:“In loving memory of our dogs Ricky,
a happy life at the end!” Lucy Beaman Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra

ADVANCED POOL CARE

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

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“Smurfy
Barclay”

( aka The Baker’s Assistant
bickie tester CLICK HERE! )

“ Life is a celebration and
Smurfy’s enjoying it with
every batch of his Mum’s

new bickie flavours! ”

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be – My family says I have taught It took a while but I finally - realised
a massive Cattle Dog! I look up to them – dogs come in all shapes living with other dogs can be fun.
my mate Archie (he’s a red Cattle and sizes, with a range of issues My greatest achievement is -
Dog). He makes me feel safe and but they are still loveable, even sleeping on the lounge at night and
secure and taught me how to be a when chewing a favourite item of getting into bed for an early morning
real dog. clothing or scenting the house. cuddle. I have vague memories of
When told I was to star in My happiest moment are– someone saying dogs should sleep in
DoggieRescue magazine I - when everyone is home and we all baskets, but who could resist an
could not believe anyone would be sit watching the television together. electric blanket and feather doona.
interested in a slightly vague old
man like me. But I am super
excited and I hope humans realise
rescue dogs are the best
companions!
The food that makes me drool
is – homemade Peanut Butter and
Banana biscuits that Mum makes,
cheese and sausage – I just love
sausages.
My nickname is - Smurfy
I often wonder - why humans take
so long to get ready for a walk, and
why do they need pockets filled
with plastic bags.
My tail wags most when - it’s time
for breakfast, lunch and dinner! I
love my food especially peanut
butter on toast in the mornings.

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My relationship with other dogs is - mixed. HAPPY GOTCHA DAYS
In the past it has been difficult and despite my
deteriorating health I still don’t like other dogs POST CARDS FROM TWO OF OUR FAVOURITES….
when I am on the lead. But, I have learnt to
enjoy the company of my house mates, Archie “ Got this beautiful girl from Monika’s DoggieRescue about
and now Max (a rescue Maltese x Silky). 18 years ago and she is still going strong!” Michelle Cowie
If I impersonated a famous star I'd be – Billy
Connolly, a bit of a lad, slightly scruffy round
the edges but likable.
My favourite place in the world is – curled
up on someone’s lap or lying on a blanket in
the sun. ‘I was so proud – when I chewed my
young humans’ clothes. I love chewing a
smelly sweaty football sock and taking the
buttons of pyjamas.
I am so excited when - the family comes
home from work. I get lots of cuddles and
more importantly food! I used to love playing
with my ball and stuffed bird but I find it hard
to chase things these days.
Life is - quickly running out for me as I am in
the final stages of a neurological condition,
doggy dementia and Cushing's disease. I
spend most of my day sleeping in a warm
comfy basket or on a blanket in a sunny room.
But as I look back I can only be grateful for
being rescued and given almost 9 more years
of life, which of course I fully deserve.

See me & my bro Max
in our sweet potato
bickie chew off...

https://www.facebook.com/Bakery “ Lacey (formerly Lu Lu) is still going strong 2 years after
2780/videos/1853096521680354/ she adopted us - she has the best life, and definitely treats
the world as her own kingdom!” J. Reezy

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CUDDLE BUDDIES

BRRRR, IT’S WINTER! ADOPT YOUR OWN LIVING
‘HOT WATER BOTTLE’ & STAY WARM...

Call us on....9486-3133 ( all sizes available!!! )

1. Olive Kelpie x Shar Pei 2yrs 15.7kgs Female Sponsor:“Just ‘cause you’ve been a good girl!” Jane & Romeo
2. Marilyn Cattle x 12wks Female Sponsor:“ With love from Joey & Rosie!” Pat Broderick
3. Rex Schnauzer x Terrier 3yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: “A loving home is coming!” Lesley Cansdell & Titch the cat
4. Apollo Bull Arab x 4yrs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Pepe!” Malki & Chandra
5. Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our beloved Cindy!” Malki & Chandra
6. Snoopy Maltese x 4yrs 6.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck!” P. Tew
7. Heather Labrador x Staffy 9yrs 26kgs Female Sponsor: “ This sponsorship is my gift to you!” Jeff
8. Rory Kelpie x 9mths 20kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
9. Dante Border Collie x 6yrs 18.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah
10. Rachel Jack Russell x 6yrs 5.2kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lucky!” Kevin Lynch
11. Logan Border Collie x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “Sending you lots of love!” George Coleman
12. Oreo Kelpie x 2yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jessica!” Honey, Bonnie & Marti, their Mum

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• UPDATE Where is Salty ( aka SKITTLES ) now? BY LIESL TESCH AM

“ SALTY ”

“ From a feisty little beast that has come from a sad
life, he is quickly evolving into a perfect family friend.”

We are so happy to have Salty living with us,
and I'm sure he is thrilled too! We picked Salty
from his photo on the internet, and were warned over
the phone that he was not such a friendly little four-
legged dog. He confirmed this when we met him,
nipping both my partner and myself as we ventured out
with him in the car after a short getting-to-know-you
information session with Monika. Despite his nervous
need to nip, we fell in love and had to take him home.

We changed his name from Skittles to Salty and he has
grown into the perfect dog so far as I am concerned;
friendly, warm, affectionate and absolutely adorable.

Salty loves kayaking, going out on the boat, running He is still nervous around some strangers, shoes, sticks,
beside the bicycle, hunting invisible rats, chasing ducks loud noises, and every now and again (becoming less
and guarding the yard. He is a little bit bigger than a lap often as time goes on...) forgets about his new secure
dog, but that doesn't stop him, and he has learned to life and tries a quick nip when he is startled. He is still
ride perfectly on my lap as I sit in my wheelchair. especially aggressive towards men in flouro clothes and
doesn't like when strangers point aggressively. It is
Dad’s... going to take a long time for the little guy to fully recover
HOME!!! from the time in his life when humans were cruel to him.

Thanks so much to Monika and the team at Doggie
Rescue for saving another life! Mark, Salty and I are
thrilled to be together. Liesl Tesch AM

“ He wakes me with a weird woof and a
wagging tail most mornings, demanding
a walk, and always delivers the perfect
'unconditional love' greeting when Mark

or I arrive home from work. .” Liesl

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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…

CLICK HERE

1. Diego Kelpie x 12mths 20kgs Male Sponsor: “Wishing you very good luck!” P.Tew
2. Mercedes Rottweiler x 6yrs 33.8kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lucky, Bunny & Yellow!” E. Lin
3. Quinn Jack Russell x 6yrs 9kgs Female Sponsor:“ In memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
4. Percy Mastiff x 8yrs 31kgs Male Sponsor:“To give you a much better chance of a home!” Joan & John
5. Nelson Cattle x 3yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Minnie, who was so special!” Marika Camilleri
6. Bailey Jack Russell x Pug 4-5yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ It’s in the giving we receive!” Royce Milmlow
7. Dre Whippet x 3yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Rusty, Tasha & Sam!” Robert Nauta
8. Aria Corgi x Staffy 5yrs 14.7kgs Female Sponsor: “For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
9. Turtle Labrador x B/Collie 4yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Roger, Rover& Ross!” Elizabeth Lynch
10. Jamie Jack Russell x 6yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ You deserve a family who loves you!” Freddie Martin
11. Matilda Kelpie x 5yrs Female Sponsor: “A forever family soon!” Janelle Wooldridge
12. Mia Foxy x 4yrs 9.4kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our Macy girl!” Susan Dorahy

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LOVE-A-BULL ADOPT ME!

Seeking to adopt a ‘Fur Kid’?
Please call 9486-3133

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

1. Xenica Staffy x 9yrs Female Sponsor: “ A happy home is coming soon!” Christin Schaller
2. Shadow Staffy x 8-9yrs 20.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ Keep smiling Shadow!” Love from Tilly, Jasper & Karen
3. Romeo Staffy x Cattle 12mths 17kgs Male Sponsor:“To help him find a home as good as Napoleon’s!” Jackson
4. Rosie Shar Pei x English Staffy 9yrs 15.6kgs Female Sponsor: Mummy Karen, Kezy, Sherry & Spot Trafford.
5. Noddy Dachshund & Staffy 2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: Wishing you a happy home soon!” the 4 Kane Kitties
6. Mariah Shepherd x Staffy 5yrs 23.4kgs Female Sponsor:“Sending some luck your way!” Rachel & Andrew
7. Casper Staffy x Jack Russell 2yrs 12.4kgs Male With lots of love from Ruth Wall
8. Caleb Staffy x Border Collie 9yrs 22.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Scruffy!” from Barbara
9. Angel English Staffy x 2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: Iglu helping our furry friends have a 2nd chance at life.
10. Marzipan Staffy x 2-3yrs Female Sponsor: “Sending lots of love!” Martha Pavlakis
11. Dahlia Whippet x Staffy 1yr Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Linda who loved animals!” Pat & Pee Wee
12. Megan Staffy x Kelpie 12mths 13.2kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Sheba!” Louise Dowd

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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. Tasha Shar Pei x Labrador 3yrs Female Sponsor: “Just ’cause you’re such a very good girl!” Jane & Romeo
2. Dezzy Maltese x Shih Tzu 3-4yrs 5.6kgs Male Sponsor:“ With love... Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine
3. Button Aussie Terrier x 8yrs 8.6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Pebbles!” Sigrid
4. Ember Kelpie x Shepherd 1yr 16kgs Female Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re a very good girl!” Jane & Romeo
5. Finn Red Cattle x 7yrs 13.6kgs Male Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance at life
6. Yoda Tibetan Terrier x 9yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance at life
7. Willow Ridgeback x 6yrs 15kgs Female Sponsor:“The life you deserve starts now!” Barbara Holdsworth
8. Twinkle IrishTerrier x 9yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Banjo & Clancy!”Ann & John,Molly,Mabel &Henry
9. Fudge Schnauzer x 2yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a second chance at life.
10. Bazza Labrador x Shepherd 6yrs 23kgs Male Sponsor: “ Hoping you find a home soon!” Jody Redler
11. Wiggles Maltese x Shih Tzu 5yrs Male Sponsor: “ Ex DR dog Woody’s way of saying thanks!” Tracy Fay
12. Courtney Kelpie x Whippet 1-2yrs 9.6kgs Female Sponsor: “ Hoping you find a home soon!” Breanna

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12
NEWLY
SPONSORED
DOGGIES

1. Ben Chihuahua x Foxy 5yrs 5.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Sammy!” Fred & Teena Wratten
2. Hector Shih Tzu x Silky 6yrs 6.8kgs Male Sponsor:“ We hope you find a family soon!” Rachel & Andrew
3. Chloe Foxy x 12yrs 9kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns
4. Snow Siberian Husky 12yrs Male Sponsor:“Happy home is coming soon!” Love from Noreen
5. Jodie Mini Foxy x 7yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my woofs!” Susan Carovigno
6. Mabel Shih Tzu x 3yrs Female Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a second chance at life.
7. Milly Mini Foxy x 1yr Female Sponsor: “You deserve a lot of love!” Margaret Cuthill
8. Priscilla Maltese x 5yrs Female Sponsor: Iglu is happy to help our furry friends have a 2nd chance at life.
9. Mavis Maltese x 4-5yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
10. Ricky Westie x 11yrs 10.1kgs Male Sponsor: With love from Marg Iveson
11. Scottie Kelpie x Cattle1yr 22kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Welsh pony Disco!” “Karla, John & Lotti
12. Stephanie Shar Pei x 8yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Penny!” Stephanie

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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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MEET “KHALEESI” Copyright 2017:
BREED: STAFFY X AGE: 12MTHS WEIGHT: 12.7KGS
SEX: FEMALE COLOUR: MOSTLY WHITE/TAN PATCHES DoggieRescue.com
Permission is given to
reprint for educational
purposes only, provided
that DoggieRescue.com
Magazine is acknowledged.

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Design: Corinne Daw
Email: Magazine
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Advertising for services and
products appearing here is
accepted by the Publisher
and Editor in good faith.
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will fulfill their obligations.

Khaleesi is a very active girl who loves kisses and cuddles. She needs to be kept
busy with kongs and toys and plenty of exercise. We believe she is hard of hearing.
Sponsor: “It’s in the giving we receive!” Royce Milmlow

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