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DoggieRescue E-Magazine February 2015

A No Kill Shelter giving abandoned pets a second chance in life.

Keywords: DoggieRescue

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

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.124 ADOPTIONS

FEBRUARY 11,178
2015

Be my

Valentine?

Looking for unconditional
love? Meet Baker and his
friends on pages 6 & 7.

www.DoggieRescue.com Volunteers welcome

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DoggieRescue.com FROM MY

Magazine DESK

Featuring over By Monika Biernacki
200 homeless
doggies...

What’s Inside? “Make this Valentine’s Day
special – treat yourself to some
Feature Articles: Published unconditional fur-kid love. We
MONTHLY have cats and kittens, dogs
and pups all ready to jump
BE MY VALENTINE? Looking for love? Meet 6-7 into your life! ” Monika
our adorable doggies seeking a companion.
Dear Readers,
DOGGIERESCUE 2016 CALENDAR 8-9
COMPETITION. Is your dog a star? February makes me think about Valentine’s Day
and a romantic dinner for two. However for
PETS ARE FOREVER - When you adopt a pet 16-17 many, it is just a reminder that they don’t have a
you promise to love and cherish…. partner to share the romantic occasion with.
Extending that romance and friendship between
CELENE - A story written by Janice Martin 18 couples to that unconditional love that we often
only encounter with our fur-kids is something
PINKY - A tale of love by Robert Ryn 19 worth celebrating in February.

Do you remember the “ FUZZPOT FAMILY” 20-21 With the holiday period over we have so many
We catch up after 5 years... 24-25 new faces at Doggiewood just ready to bounce
34-35 into your life. You may have noticed on our web
YOU’VE GOT MAIL...Valentine’s Day site we have selections of dogs by lifestyle –
messages for seven special doggies... apartment friendly, child friendly, suit full time
workers and many more to help you find that
WHAT DO DOGS TEACH US? Get ready to special someone. We even have a search
be inspired…. function where you can make your own
selections by breed, size, age etc. It makes it
Every month: so much easier to find your perfect match.

FROM MY DESK 2-3
GEORGE by ex DR doggie George Coleman 10

UP CLOSE & PERSONAL— 11 Have you ever experienced the joy and
Featuring Buttercup Hurps-Newton 12-13 happiness a dog brings? He will get you out
walking daily and meeting new friends in the dog
Doggie Rescue UNLEASHED & parks and beaches. Dogs put you in touch with
DANGEROUS revisited...By Ryley Miller people -- they are that warm fuzzy connection.

Email: [email protected]

FEBRUARY 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

Follow us on Twitter Join us on Facebook

www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

Little Noodles, our mature Lowchen X who I am cuddling in Pictured: Noodles
the photo has very limited vision so he is looking for Lowchen x 9yrs Male
someone special who has gentle hand movements, a
quiet tone and some patience. He is such an
affectionate, attentive boy. Baker, our cover boy is
an enthusiastic walker who also enjoys a jog! He
loves a cuddle and some attention but is not
needy and very friendly with other dogs. Both
these dogs are low shedding. There are so
many dogs to choose from and they are all
special and as individual as people.

Our sponsors and Facebook followers have
written some beautiful poems for their
favourite DR doggies for Valentine’s Day.
We selected our seven favourites to appear
in this issue. See pages 24 and 25.

Dogs don’t ask for much yet they give
everything. They are looking for some care and
compassion, a warm bed, good food and
somewhere comfy to sleep. They are always there
for you with their tails wagging when you come
home. They are pleased to see you even if your world
has fallen apart. Their loyalty transcends all barriers.

Do something special this Valentine’s Day – treat
yourself to some unconditional love. You will be so
GLAD you did for LOVE makes all the difference!!!!

THE Cottage Animal Hospital is a venture set up and run by Dr. Deidre
Clack BVSc (hons) and Monika’s DoggieRescue.

16 ROSS STREET, PARRAMATTA. NSW. 2150
TELEPHONE: 9890 7220

https://www.facebook.com/TheCottageAnimalHospital

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A Captivating book follows Raven” is a novel that reflects on the

W Ron Shapiera challenges, trials faced by Inuits endless diversity of what stirs human
publishes ‘Flight of action. It is a tale bound to keep readers

E the Raven’ HORNSBY, Australia – In his absorbed from first page until last….
new novel, “Flight of the
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and captivating, “Flight of the weeks for delivery.

Which Sponsored Dogs FOUND HOMES?

• Fergus, Albie, Sparks, Boo, Alice, Weetbix, Archie, Peanut,
Cupcake & Leonardo (together), Spencer, Helen & Trent

Who is this cute doggie Elf Corgi x Shepherd 3yrs
looking for a Valentine? Male With love & good
wishes for a forever home
Why, it’s our popular, happy girl, DR from Tilly, Jasper & Karen
doggie Lola!
Be my
Valentine?

Lola Jack Russell x Pug 1yr 5kgs
Female Sponsor: “ Just’ cause you’re
such a very good girl!” Jane & Romeo

Where is
DoggieWood?

Ingleside Shelter is
located at:2 McCowan Rd,
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd,
INGLESIDE. 2101

Open 10am — 5pm
from Tuesday to Sunday

Phone: 9486-3133

FEBRUARY 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 5

DoggieRescue has Leave a Legacy of Love
gone ELECTRONIC!

All the pictures, stories & doggies
you love are just a CLICK AWAY…

If you would like to receive a copy of our
E-Mag every month please send your details
to email address: [email protected]

This exciting new direction will not only be cost
saving but we hope our E-Mag can be read by
many more animal lovers enabling more
doggies to find their forever homes.

Because you will always care.
Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.

Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
gift in your Will.

Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
First name
Surname

Address

Post code

Telephone

HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY Please return to:

Best wishes to a very special lady, Doreen DoggieRescue,
Watkins, long time Doggie Rescue supporter 8 Chiltern Road,
and animal lover, on this her 90th birthday. INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
From Monika and all the team at DoggieRescue Or call 9486-3133
www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you

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Don’t hesitate or delay if you are looking for true love, please call 9486-3133 - today!

SEB KADANCE ELMO

Breed: Jack Russell x Breed: Parsons Jack Russell x Breed: Mini Foxy x
Age: 3yrs Weight: 12kgs Age: 18mths Weight: 7.8kgs Age: 3yrs Weight: 5.4kgs
Sex: Male Sex: Female Sex: Male

“ I’m a handsome boy who with “ I’m a sweet girl, always ready for “ I am a romantic who would
my best girl Kadance by my side a cuddle. Looking for true love? shower you with love and big,
has learnt to love again.” Let’s meet for coffee and a bone!” sloppy kisses. Are you my girl?”

Sponsor: “With love from Oxy!” Sponsor:“ A Happy Valentine’s Day!” Sponsor: “To help you to start a

Happy Valentine’s, John Kinninmont with love from Jane & her fur kids. brand new life!” Desi Hendrawan

Roses are red and violets are blue, we may be homeless but our hearts are true...

FEBRUARY 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7

HOW TO BUILD A LASTING
RELATIONSHIP….

1. Cut on dotted line
2. Rotate 180 degrees

JD COLONEL BAKER

Breed: Corgi x Breed: Jack Russell x Breed: Foxy x Maltese
Age: 2yrs Weight: 6kgs Age: 10yrs Weight: 7.2kgs Age: 8yrs Weight: 7.5kgs
Sex: Male Sex: Male Sex: Male

“ I am a S.N.A.G. (sensitive, new “ I am a nervous bachelor, who “ I’m a quiet boy seeking true love
age guy). Caring, loyal and very has been heartbroken. I have and an understanding person who
affectionate. Get in touch, now …” waited a long time to meet you!” I can trust. Am I your soul mate?”

Sponsor: “To help you to start a Sponsor: “I wish you would find your Sponsor: With love from Linda, Pat &
brand new life!” Desi Hendrawan perfect match!” Nikki @Locisolutions Pee Wee and remembering Robbie

If you want unconditional love here’s what to do — adopt us, and we could belong to you!

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THE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE CALENDAR
COMPETITION IS HERE!

IS YOUR DOG A STAR?

The 2015 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.
You know how special your DR doggie is and now you can take the opportunity to make your
dog a STAR and win!

We star in May,
for all to see.
My family is so
proud of me...

Meet Giddy & Pixie May 2015 DoggieRescue Calendar stars. YOUR dog could be a star in 2016!!!

Here is how to enter:
• Please email your DIGITAL photos of your DoggieRescue dog/s to Karen,

[email protected] with an accompanying quote
• 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.
• No humans in the photo/s.

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• 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.

• Winners will be notified via email

• Previous winners are welcome

Submit photos via email or traditional
format no later than 31st March 2015 to:

[email protected]
Attention Karen

Or send to: Karen Trafford,

DoggieRescue Calendar Competition,

8 Chiltern Road,

INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101

JOEY—potential 2016 DR Calendar STAR?

Please include your name and address,

contact phone number and email address! Joey Whippet x Foxy 2yrs 8.3kgs Male Sponsor:“ For a

Good luck and send in your entries. dog you are a cool dude!” Jose’ & Miguel Litchfield (cats )

DOGGY DAY SPA

“ Do it yourself ”

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GEORGE

COLEMAN

Another monthly blog from GEORGE COLEMAN,
ex Doggie Rescue STAR doggie, Facebook
ICON, Magazine AUTHOR, POET and 1ST
PRIZE WINNER of Australia’s 2014 TOP DOG

Competition http://www.mediaanimal.tv/

Valentine's Day is upon us again. Are you Roses are red,
feeling lonely? Have you not found that violets are blue
special someone to fill the hole in your Is your true love,
life? Well...I have just the answer for you! waiting at Doggie
A Doggie Rescue dog! Rescue for you?

Benefits of a doggie companion:

1. We are very loyal. We will not cheat on you ever There are lots and lots...sadly, far too many, dogs at Doggie
(ok...well maybe if someone else offers us Rescue awaiting loving homes. We don't know where they
chicken breast or liver treats or some other type have all been but they all have such big hearts just waiting to
of fine food...ok...any type of food). burst open with love for that special someone. So instead of
spending this Valentine's Day feeling lonely, or spending
2. We are always happy to see you when you get oodles of money on gifts, or getting drinks spilt on you in an
home. In fact, we are always happy to see you overcrowded venue while people try and take you home,
all the time. We are never not happy to see why don't you come on down to Doggie Rescue and get
you. cuddles from doggies who really need some love and
attention, and if a companion is what you seek...why not
3. We love cuddles. We love nothing more than take one of these gorgeous little fur babies home. I promise
snuggling up on the lounge with you (ok...maybe you will not regret it!!
chicken...maybe we love chicken more).

4. We will never try and blame anyone else for Looking to make your
our "odours". life complete?

5. We listen to you...all the time...no matter what Black dogs are so sweet...
you want to talk to us about, we'll always listen Want a heart that’s true?
(unless the doorbell rings and then you're on
your own). Then Pandora’s the
one for YOU!

6. We will protect you from storms (but can only do Have you met my gorgeous
this from under the doona...that's the best place sponsor doggie Pandora?
to deal with storms).
Pandora Pointer x 2yrs 20kgs Female Sponsor: “Hoping
7. And lastly, if you still feel you need a companion hard for a forever home or a foster home!” George Coleman
of the non-canine variety, us dogs are a great
way of getting out and about and meeting
people. We're a good conversation starter!

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Buttercup Hurps-Newton : She
has won the hearts of everyone
she meets. Life with a beautiful
dog is a perfect life.

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be - a volunteer at Doggie Rescue When I heard I was to star in DR magazine I–
so I could save others just like me. thought fantastic! Now I can publicly thank all the
It took a while but I was finally trained - to relax around beautiful people at DR. The wonderful life I have now,
the horses & dogs I meet. I just needed to find confidence. I owe to you. You saved me.
I hate to whine but - when it gets really hot I have to stay My greatest achievement so far is - to wee and poo
in my air conditioned home instead of going with my Dad. as far away from the house as possible. Well that's
My tail wags most when - I play, "it's mine" with my Dads. what my Dad says anyway. He's easily pleased.
I race around the house and garden with my toy and they My favourite place in the world is - next to my Dads.
try to catch me. I run at half pace so they don't feel bad that Wherever they go, I'm right beside them. It's ace.
they're a bit older now. My happiest moments are- when I jump up on my
My relationship with other dogs is- fantastic! I'm a social Dad in the morning, when I hear the rattle of car keys,
butterfly who travels from property to property with my Dad. when I hear my Dad whistle, when we feed the horses,
Flossy is my best friend. when I see all my friends at all the properties we visit.
I wish I could- live forever with my Dads. I often wonder- where have I buried all my bones.
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be- the cruel There should be an app for that.
people in this world. My Dads say I have taught them to- love each day
My nickname is– Butter. I like to butter people up. and feel excited that today is the best day.
If I was a movie star I’d be - Brigitte Bardot the tireless My Valentine’s wish is for - the love of all animals to
animal activist. spread further through our societies everywhere.

DoggieRescue.com wishes to acknowledge the assistance given by:

Virbac Animal Health Australia
361 Horsley Road, MILPERRA. NSW. 2214
Free call: 1800 009 847 Ph.(02)9772-9772

www.virbac.com.au

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DOGGIERESCUE UNLEASHED AND
DANGEROUS

COMPILED BY ROLAND BRIEFREL

The Doggie DNA Dilemma

Cartoons by Ryley Miller

Do you know the DNA identity of your dog? Do
you really care? Well, with the emergence of
$150.00 DNA saliva tests it seems that many do.
As DNA tests become more and more available,
it appears that the yap of your favourite pooch’s
ancestral genes is becoming decidedly louder
and messy.

Not only are breeders finding interesting variants
in their “purebred” show dogs, the variations in
cross bred dogs, particularly those from
organisations such as Doggie Rescue, can either
confirm or deny exactly what breed/s of dog
make up your dog – well mostly!

This is the fraught world of DNA dog it is a marker for a boxer. This PooPrints, a dog poo DNA matching
testing: a place frequented by vets, explains why owners who test service will do this for councils, for a
breeders, and the occasional doting to see that their Maltese x Poodle fee, based on their extensive
pet owner whose pooch has every- actually has Maltese and Poodle in database. In new residential
thing, including identity issues. Dog them, often leave disappointed or buildings and developments, leases
genetics might be cheaper and more worse confused as the marker of a now require (and in older buildings
accessible than ever before, but third breed is identified. are being amended) dog owners to
methods for breed identification – and supply a swab for DNA purposes so
their levels of success – can vary. Further, local councils and apartment offending dogs can be traced. No
body corporates, are just loving the swab NO lease it seems.
The success of a breed identity test implications of doggie DNA testing
largely depends on the size of a as they will soon be able to pinpoint But DNA analysis is not just for
testing company's library. Pieces of exactly which dog in the unit block/ vets, breeders, loving owners,
DNA, or "markers", collected from a suburb/municipality was responsible councils and body corporates. It
dog's 38 chromosomes are compared for fouling the local footpath and fine has recently thrown up an even
to a database of sample breed their negligent owner for the criminal more intriguing scenario.
signatures to come up with a match. offence of failing to pick up after their
pooch. (Acknowledgement and thanks is
Claire Wade a geneticist at USYD given to Discovery News for
says "Now that sounds all well and It is a crime that besmirches providing the material for this
good if breeds were really countless soles. Yet the days when section of the article.)
independent of one another, but selfish dog owners could slink
they're actually not". The reason - anonymously away from the mess A widely held belief is that dogs
breeds that come out of Europe share deposited by their pets may soon be evolved from grey wolves, but a
significant pieces of their DNA. There- over. They face being caught by any recent study has found that the
fore you cannot tell for sure whether a evidence that they fail to remove. In common ancestor of dogs and
genetic marker is for a Basset or if the UK and USA a company called wolves went extinct thousands of
years ago.

FEBRUARY 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 13

Moreover, the extensive DNA to the extinction of some animals at Elaine Ostrander, an investigator at
analysis -- published in early 2014 in that time, but the jury is still out on the National Human Genome
PLoS Genetics -- found that dogs are the issue. Research Institute, suggests further,
more closely related to each other "This paper is exciting for students of
than to wolves, regardless of their Dogs clearly were not in that group. canine history as well as dog owners
geographic origin. The genetic Wayne now believes that dog and because it clarifies the events
overlap seen today between dogs human interactions went through leading up to dog domestication. We
and wolves is likely then due to three primary stages: now know that it was not a single
interbreeding after dog domestication. event, but several, which makes
1 - Hunter gatherers, possibly even sense when we think about the
"The common ancestor of dogs and Neanderthals, interacted with extraordinary variation that we see in
wolves was a large, wolf-like animal dogs, probably benefiting from modern dogs."
that lived between 9,000 and 34,000 their presence. For example, dogs
years ago," Robert Wayne, co-senior might have kept other, more dan- She added, "We also know that the
author of the study. "Based on DNA gerous, carnivores out of the way. critical intermediate -- the dog/wolf --
evidence, it lived in Europe." They could have also helped with is not alive on the planet today.
For the study, Wayne, a professor in hunting; However we don't know why. Did is
UCLA's Department of Ecology and suffer from some infectious disease,
Evolutionary Biology, and his 2 - With the emergence of a plague of sorts? Was it killed off by
colleagues generated genome agriculture, dogs lived near other animals? Did it starve?
sequences from three grey wolves: humans and adapted to an
one each from China, Croatia and agricultural diet. Prior studies have As DNA testing for dogs
Israel, representing three regions found that dogs in such regions endeavours to answer questions
where dogs are believed to have possess higher numbers of about man’s best friend, the
originated. amylase genes that help to digest uncertainties and queries it poses
starch. Wolves have these genes appear even more interesting.
The researchers also produced too, the scientists
genomes for two dog breeds: a found, but usually
Basenji, a breed that originates in not in such high
central Africa, and a Dingo from amounts;
Australia. Both locations have been
historically isolated from modern wolf 3 - In more recent
populations. The scientists, co-led by history, humans
John Novembre, additionally have selectively
sequenced the genome of a golden bred dogs, which
jackal to serve as an example has dramatically
representing earlier divergence. changed the
appearance,
Instead of all three dogs being closely behaviour and
related to one of the wolf lineages, or, other attributes
each dog being related to its closest of dogs.
geographic counterpart, the DNA
points to the dogs having descended Throughout this
from an unknown, wolf-like ancestor. overall period of
Wayne explained that many animals time, interbreeding
went extinct during the late with wolves
Pleistocene (20,000 to about 12,000 occurred, and still
years ago), which experienced a happens, further
global ice age. Coincidentally -- or complicating the
maybe not -- modern humans also genetic relationship
became more prevalent in Europe at between wolves
this time. It could be that humans led and dogs.

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https://www.facebook.com/GADABsydney

Give a Dog a Bone

https://giveadogabonedotinfo.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/2014-gadab-report-web.pdf

MORE people involved, means MORE
collection points established, MORE
items collected, MORE organizations
receiving items = MORE support for the
needy dogs and cats and the
organisations and individuals that care
for them. A huge success….

Nicola Addison, founder of Give a Dog a
Bone says “ You should feel proud of your
involvement in being part of the solution.
Ensuring toys, treats and food has been
distributed to Rescue Centres and other
Community Services alleviating a burden
on them at Christmas time. A big thank you
for all you have done and for making a
difference on behalf of the animals . My
very best wishes and look out for ‘Give a
Dog a Bone, Keep Kitty Happy’ 2015”

Photo above: Nicola Addison Founder of the appeal and Rod Smith packing the very last boxes - Well that's it, all
over for another year and your contributions, care and support have again made this a very,very successful appeal.

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Visit: petsecure.com.au

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ABANDONED For more details email: [email protected]

All over Australia pounds and shelter are overflowing with dumped pets, especially at this time of the year.
Of the many and varied reasons people give for dumping their pets, such as ‘we are having a new baby’ or
‘we just have too many pets now’, the main reason is the fact that these people are irresponsible owners. It
is easy to lose your heart to a baby animal but once adopted that pet relies on you for the rest of it’s life.

I'm not an “until you dump I'm not an “until you get bored I’m not an “until I get too old”
me in the pound” dog. with me” dog. dog.

Narla Staffy x Labrador 8mths Sami Jack Russell x 9yrs Female Gus Corgi x 11yrs Male Sponsor:
“ He’s been abandoned when he has
Female Sponsor: Lots of good luck Sponsor: “Good luck Sami you are a so much love to give!” Ruth Wall

and love from Lesley Cansdell pretty, loveable girl!” Anna Mattefy

I’m not an “until I get I am not an “until I get sick” I’m not an “until you decide
pregnant” cat. dog. you have too many pets” dog.

Venus Domestic Shorthair Torty Cassie Maltese x Shih Tzu 8yrs Riley Foxy x 3yrs 8.9kgs Male
Female. Sponsor: With love on 4.1kgs Female Sponsor: “ In memory Sponsor:“In memory of the dogs who
Valentine’s Day from Sylvia Raye of Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins have enriched my life!” Robert Nauta

ONCE YOU LOVED ME — NOW YOU LOVE ANOTHER….

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ADOPT ME! For more details call 9486-3133

ARE When you adopt a PET you make a
FOREVER COMMITMENT to love & care for them in
good times & bad, in sickness & in health,
until their DEATH do you part…..

I'm not an “until you have no I’m not an “until your partner I’m not an “until you have a

time” dog. says he doesn’t want pets” cat. baby” dog.

Patch B/Collie x Cattle 1yr 17kgs Lavender Domestic Shorthair 2yrs Gene Chihuahua x 2yrs 4.5kgs

Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Ginger & White Female Sponsor: Male Sponsor:“ With love from Jamie

Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica With love of love from Lesley Cansdell & Rosie!” Love from Pat Broderick

I'm not an “until you find a I am not an “until the novelty I’m a FOREVER dog...
girlfriend” dog. wears off” bunny.

Malaki Beagle x Staffy 1yr 16kgs Wilma Shorthaired Bunny 2kgs Toby Maltese x 12yrs 5kgs Male
Male Sponsor:“Just ‘cause he’s Female Sponsor: With love on Sponsor: “ In memory of my boys,
been a good boy!” Jane & Romeo Valentine’s Day from Sylvia Raye Jakkson & Jack! ” Gina Carovigno

IF YOU CAN GIVE ME FOREVER, THEN I’M YOUR PET…

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A story written with love from an
admirer, Janice Martin

Celene came to Doggie Rescue
around a year ago, a mature
aged, petite Terrier X, blind,
matted, in an extremely poor
condition and very frightened…

I had not experienced a blind dog
before and to be quite honest I did not
quite know how to handle her. She
required picking up at feeding time,
so I followed my usual routine of
allowing her to smell and touch my
hand, said a few soothing words and
then lifted her up. In my hands her
little body struggled frantically so I
would have to hold on to her collar to
secure her until I could place her
carefully on the ground. She would
then turn around in stress related
circles until she calmed. I felt totally
inadequate and so very sad for this
little girl abandoned totally blind into a
world of strange noises, smells and
human voices.

Celene and I have worked on our relationship over She still wants to be part of life, and to enjoy a home
those 12 months and we have found a mutual trust and and family. She loves to lie in the sun on the grass or if it
love. I have found that my voice has played a big part in is too hot, she manages to find her way to a cool shady
her recognising me and my perseverance with picking position. Celene also seems quite capable of finding her
her up and gently stroking her, albeit quite short in the way back to her bed. Her senses must be strong. She
early days, has changed her dramatically. I now always would adapt well to an adult family who have the time,
call out “Hello Celene”, and she starts dancing around patience, love and will to give this brave little dog of 10
excitedly. I approach her enclosure and say “come here years old a second chance at life and a bit of spoiling so
Celene” and she follows my voice to my exact position lacking in her previous life.
where I scoop her up and she stays so very still in my
hands, pressed against my body and face, and there we Good luck Celene in finding a home in 2015.Until then,
spend a few beautiful minutes together. I look forward to our cuddles. Love Janice, Volunteer
Feeder.
I do admire this little dog. And one of the big reasons is
that I think her very courageous. Against all odds she Sponsor: “ With lots of love on Valentine’s Day
has not lost the potential to trust and love people. from Pompey & Ruby! ” John Kinninmont

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This is the tale of a love which little tickle and stroke for as long as he would allow me.
grew over time by Robert Ryn At first he was rather hesitant and although I was never
concerned that he might bite, all dogs need their space so
I gave this seemingly quiet little chap time to trust me.
Pinky and I are now good friends. That is not to say that
he bounds to the fence on first sight of me. That is not
Pinky’s way. But after a feed he comes over for my ‘dog
therapy session’ and his one on one time with me. I get
the most out of this time!

I first met Pinky two years ago when I started as a I now see Pinky as the most appealing dog at Monika’s
volunteer feeder on Tuesdays. My initial impression and my personal favourite, particularly in the summer
was of a shaggy, whitish, pointy faced little dog with when his clip reveals a leopard-like brown spotting on his
a bad case of conjunctivitis and a bit of a bad otherwise snowy coat adding yet more personality to this
attitude - he was probably reading my mind! dignified little charmer. Apparently Pinky’s only fault is
that he does not care for fellow male dogs, which is a
Anyway we were both a little wary of each other and on great shame as I have two males at home. I am
the occasions I fed him (which is most Tuesdays), he convinced from my experience with the little chap, that
would retreat to the back of the enclosure and only Pinky will make a wonderful loving companion and
approach the food when I was safely back outside. deserves, as do all the DR dogs, a happy forever home.

One wonders what traumas these little It is time Pinky went home –
orphan’s at Monikas have suffered could this be with you? I would
before being saved from certain death, hate to see him go but love to
which leaves many so very wary of know he is happy, running free
humans who only want to help them. I on grass and loved.
often thought of Pinky over the next few
weeks and felt a little sad for the
unprepossessing little fellow who had
already spent many months at Doggie
Rescue and seemed destined to spend
more. Each week I saw more appealing
dogs with apparently more attractive
personalities being adopted whilst Pinky
with a rump of other dogs, remained.
Of course, while he waited he was safe,
well fed and cared for by the team…..

And so, being sentimental I became
attached to the little chap and tried to
ensure each Tuesday that I would feed
him and made a special effort to get to
know him. In fact very little effort was
really needed. Pinky continued to be
cautious with this stranger whom he only
saw once a week. But as he came to the
realisation that my presence and smell
heralded food he let his guard down.

After feeding, there is an opportunity for Pinky Spitz x 4yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my dear
the feeders then to give some attention Banjo & Clancy!” With love from Mummy & Daddy, Molly, Mabel & Henry
to the dogs. I started to give Pinky a

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FLASHBACK TO 2009…

On the 2nd March 2009 three dogs came from the
pound. They were a little family and we called them
Mama Fuzz, Papa Fuzz and their baby was called
Fuzzpot. Mama & Papa Fuzz were adopted together by
the Williamson family on 5th September, 2009 and then
in early 2010 Fuzzpot was adopted by Margaret
Ingelby.

As a part of our Valentine's Day issue we have caught
up with this little family and their story appears below.

The Story of Penny & Clyde Williamson

(aka Lady Penelope formerly Mama & Papa Fuzz).
By Miriam Williamson

Hello Readers,

We adopted Penny & Clyde as a bonded
couple over five years ago. Following a long drive
from DoggieRescue to our Blue Mountains home,
Penny swaggered in and claimed the best chair
in the house. For Clyde the settling in process
took longer. Along with a fear of any loud noises
and boys he seemed to be holding a torch for
someone in his past. Penny led, Clyde followed
with his nervous disposition. We used to joke that
she was the brains and he was the brawn.

The strength of their bond was revealed when
Clyde became critically ill with pancreatitis and
diabetes. On his return home from the vet Penny
licked him all over and wouldn’t leave his side for
days. Sadly it was to be Penny who passed away
12 months later from pancreatitis. Stoic to the
end she did not let on she was sick until it was
too late regardless of the vet’s efforts to save
her. We miss her still.

Clyde grieved for a day or two but has over the “Clyde’s best friend is Pixie Bigelow, however their relationship
last eighteen months blossomed in his own right. is maintained mostly through social media.” Miriam
Now approaching fifteen he is very much the
homebody. His days comprise of two injections of
insulin, a check of the boundary of our property,
walking around the block, playing with one of his
many fluffy toys, and napping in his deck chair
( see picture on page 21 ) on the front veranda.

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Our little man Clyde is approaching 15 years and often The spooks photo (our nickname for Penny & Clyde ) was
found on his favourite deck chair, watching the day go by. taken in 2010 about six months after they were adopted.

POSTCARD Fuzzy Ingelby

Hello Readers,

I would love to update you on
Fuzzpot (we call her Fuzzy ).
She has been with us now
for 5 years and she is our
beautiful little companion.

She showers us with
affection, loves travelling in
the car and is very protective
of our property. Not too keen
on big dogs, she shoos them
off, but loves socializing with
all the small dogs on our
daily walk.

Fuzzy is really well and very
happy here with us. I am
happy to hear that Papa is
still going strong and look
forward to seeing a photo of
him. Thank you, regards
Margaret

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Hi Fans,

Do you love your dog? Of course you do!
But do you show him you love him? Not

just by cuddles or walks in the park but ….

ADOPT • Do you make sure your bestie has fresh, clean water every
ME! day & are his bowl & water dish clean?

Socks Staffy x 18mths Male Sponsor: “ For • Do you spend time, not just for a quick pat, but quality
a handsome boy, with love!” Pam Robson time for your dog?

“ WILMA ” • Does he go to the vets regularly for a check up
for his health & to have his vaccinations?

• If he has long hair do you brush it and keep it clean
also have him clipped in the very hot weather?

• Is he wormed & does he have flea & tick prevention?
• Has your doggie got shelter from the weather ie shade

from the sun and cover from winds, rain & cold weather?

• Do you watch his diet & make sure he doesn't get too fat?

• Is he exercised not just on days when the weather is fine but
every single day?

• Most of all is your doggie part of the family and not left alone
for a long time? Do you know dogs get lonely too!

You said YES to all those questions! Great!!! You truly LOVE your
doggie and have given him a very good home. If you said NO to
some of those questions then this is the time to change things. Your
dog really depends on you as his family and he will return your love
many times over if given a chance!

Happy thought…..It’s ALMOST my BIRTHDAY!!! C-ya Chips

I just LOVE
my pool...

Wilma is a very sweet natured bunny Vanilla Ice Wiry Terrier x 1yr Male Sponsor: With love, Lisa Suters
who is used to being handled and is
looking for a gentle bunny lover...
For details call Monika on 9486-3133
or email:[email protected]

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Can you draw a
monkey from your
keyboard? Look,
I can! See…

@(^_^)@

Wow, a MONKEY!

Australia 70c

Amazing What did the
Valentine’s Day card
A huge thank you to these wonderful kids, in exchanging gifts at say to the stamp?
Christmas they chose to buy each other doggie gifts for our dogs! Gifts
were given from the Holland, Scheffers, Adam & Carpenter Families! Stick with me and
we’ll go places!
Ha! Ha! Ha!

Lil Lassie Jack Russell x Foxy 7yrs Female Sponsor: With love from the Neutral Bay School of Dance
Tina Poodle x 1yr 4.4kgs Female Sponsor: Sending lots of licks & tail wags from Sammy & Bosley the Lion
Crash Bandicoot Foxy x Pomeranian 1yr 5kgs Male Sponsor: With lots of love from Sammy & Bosley the Lion
Pixie Mini Foxy x 10mths 5.5kgs Female Sponsor: “ Good luck finding your forever family!” love from Will

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To my Valentine Mr Spok
You may not see ME but I see YOU..
I see love in your eyes and kindness in your face
I see promise and willingness to love
I hope that you will be someone's Valentine
in your forever home soon.

Happy Valentine’s Day from Orin Keating

Mr Spok ( pictured above ) was left at a property
when tenants moved out. They did not care what
happened to him or how long he waited alone for
X the council to come for him. He has very limited
O vision but is such a lovely, easy boy who loves to
play ball. He is social with other dogs and does
X not mind cats. He so deserves to be loved.

Mr. Spok Mini Foxy x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “In
loving memory of Pepe & Cindy!” Malki & Chandra

Four paws, a wagging tail and a heart that’s true, My needs are small but my love is large.
A wonderful home should be coming for you.. Sometimes I will wake you before the alarm.
Valentine’s Day should be shared by two! Judy It’s because you need the walk.
If you are feeling blue, I promise
Smudge Poodle x Dachshund 3yrs Female to sit by your side.
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Heidi & Libby!” When you go out, I will miss you and
Happy Valentine’s Day from Judith lynch when you get home, I’ll be waiting.
When we go for a drive, I call shotgun.
All I ask is that you open the window;
I like the wind in my face.
You might love your Valentine’s Roses
but they won’t love you back and when
they wilt in a few days and are lost forever.
I can be your Valentine for life and
my love will be forever….

Happy Valentine’s Day from Gail & Nelson

Alex Staffordshire Terrier x Great Dane 2yrs
30kgs Male Sponsor:“ Hugs to my big, handsome
boy for Valentine’s Day!” Love from Gail & Nelson

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S.W.A.L.K.

VALENTINE’S DAY
FACEBOOK & SPONSOR MESSAGES

We asked our Sponsors and Facebook followers to send their favourite DR dog a Valentine’s Day
message. On these pages are the doggies chosen to star as our Valentine’s Day Favourites...

A best friend can change a frown
into a smile when you feel down,
A best friend will understand
your little trials and lend a hand,
A best friend will always share
your secret dreams because they care,
A best friend is worth more than gold
for they give all the love your heart can hold.

Let Shortcake be your best friend… Love Karen

Shortcake Staffordshire Terrier x Cattle Dog
2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: With love from Kezi,
Sherry & Spot Trafford - Happy Valentine’s Day

X Dearest Cookie you are my Valentine!
O
X Your beautiful face and hopeful eyes
hide a heavy heart and many sighs.
Cookie 3 Italian Greyhound x 6yrs 5.9kgs Male Sponsor: For many months you have hoped in vain
“ In loving memory of Tia!” Paul & Kathryn, Ian & Muffin that love would bring you joy again.
But dearest Cookie, don't give up yet
there's a family out there you've not met.
They will soon walk through the door
and change your life for evermore.
Your past sadness will start to fade
as trust and loving bonds are made.
Hugs and kisses will come your way
and you will have your Valentine's Day!

Lots of love from Kath xx

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SAVE A LIFE—ADOPT A POUND CAT www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline

LOVE IS…
definitely
ginger!

Imp. 6090: MARCELLO
2-4yrs Male Ginger & White

“WHAT GREATER GIFT THAN THE LOVE OF A CAT…” Charles Dickens
THIS VALENTINE’S DAY FALL IN LOVE WITH A GORGEOUS REDHEAD….

Imp. 5286: LEONARD Imp.6370: ANASTASIA Imp. 370: CLEMENTINE
2-4yrs Male Ginger 1-2yrs Female Ginger & White 2-4yrs Female Ginger

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Imp. 6334: DORI
1-2yrs Female Black & White

“ A PURR-FECT LOVE!”
OR LOSE YOUR HEART TO A BEAUTIFUL, BLACK, MYSTERIOUS STRANGER….

Imp. 6376: MADELINE Imp. 6231: PINK Imp. 6359: STITCH
1-2yrs Female Black 1-2yrs Female Black 1-2yrs Female Black

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SNUGGLE UP FOR SOME UNCONDITIONAL LOVE FROM OUR ‘ PURR’ MACHINES….

Imp. 114: NAPOLEON Imp. 151: DIVINYL
1-2yrs Male Grey 2-4yrs Female Torty

Cost: $220 ( $195 for pensioners ) & cats over 7 years
$120 ($95 for pensioners) incl. vaccination, desexing,
micro chip & also life time registration.

Imp.6310: CHICAGO
2-4yrs Male Tabby

Imp 291: JOUET Imp. 149: QUEEN
0-12wks Male & Female 6-8yrs Female
Kittens White/Black/
Ginger

For information of FOSTERING — RescueCatProject CATOGRAPHY
https://www.facebook.com/RescueCatProject.Homepage?ref=bookmarks

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Blacktown’s Animal Holding facility is located at …
415 Flushcombe Road, PROSPECT. NSW

PHONE: 9839-6161 ( Closed Public Holidays.)
Opening Hours Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Sunday 9:00 am to11:00 am

www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline

Imp. 6095:
VERACINI
1-2yrs Female
Smokey Black

ADOPT A FURRY COMPANION BECAUSE LOVE IS THE ANSWER!

Imp. 6328 : BELLE Imp. 288: EMMELINE 1-2yrs Imp. 6122: VALENTENI
1-2yrs Female Tabby Female Black & White 2-4yrs Male Ginger & White

( also shown above )

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SNAPSHOTS

CAT friendly DOGS!

Most doggies can learn to get on
with cats but what a bonus if they
are already cat friendly…
Eric Terrier x 2yrs Male & is
bonded with Clifford Silky x Shih
Tzu 3yrs Male Bonded.
These dogs were the most abused
that we have seen. Sponsor: “For
dear Sam & in loving memory of ex
DR doggie Ted!” Alison Skinner

Vince Maltese x 3yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“We’ve got cuddles to spare!” Happy Valentine’s, Kerry & Maltese Max
Dottie Mini Foxy x 10 years 6kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis! ” Lee McKerracher
Oscar Maltese x Shih Tzu 10yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: “ In memory of our sweet Scamp!” Joey, Lily & Helen Ingold
Rossco Jack Russell x 5yrs 6,2kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

Neville Poodle x Shih Tzu 10yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Skye, then Marshall (alias Hairy McLary) Ljerka
Dezzy Maltese x 3yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ My fingers are crossed for a very happy Valentine’s Day!” Ros Hadley
Jax Labrador x Border Collie 2yrs 17.5kgs Male Sponsor: “ He’d make a faithful friend forever!” Wendy McCathie
Crumpet Poodle x Silky 18mths 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Fingers crossed you find a home soon!” Amanda Carter

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Dodger Foxy x 5yrs Taz Pomeranian x 2yrs Figaro Foxy x Maltese Sven Maltese x Silky 6yrs
6.1kgs Male Sponsor: A 5kgs Male Sponsor: “You 10yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: 5.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ In
very Happy Valentine's are so cute I hope you find “ Just ‘cause you’re a very loving memory of my ex DR
Day!” Janelle Wooldridge a home soon!” Isabella good boy!” Jane & Romeo dog Crunchie!” Cathy Beer

Jaxson Spaniel x Spitz Sam Chihuahua x Mini Perry Maltese x 8yrs 6kgs Queenie Jack Russell x
9yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: Foxy 4yrs 5kgs Male Male Sponsor: “ In loving 8yrs 7kgs Female
“ A loving home coming Sponsor: “ Forever home memory of our dear Edie!” Sponsor: “In memory of
soon!” Love, Jody Redler soon!” The 5 Kane Kitties Mary Jeanne Scroope our Connor!” The Browns

If you have more than a ONE pet
household it helps to know the...

DOGGIES WHO ARE

GOOD WITH CATS!

Delilah Chihuahua x 11yrs &
Samson Pomeranian x 7yrs
6.7kgs Female & Male A bonded
pair of gentle, loveable dogs.
Sponsors: “In loving memory of
Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda
Harris & “ A very happy Valentine’s
Day from ex DR doggie Ruby &
Pompey!”John Kinninmont

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Angelique and Bert are a bonded pair who really do
love and look out for each other. They are gorgeous
little dogs who are rarely far apart, walking, playing,
eating, sleeping together and if one needs a Vet, the
other goes to ‘supervise’ and watch over their mate.
Janice ( pictured ), a volunteer says "Angelique and Bert
would be an absolute joy as an addition to a loving
family. They steal my heart whenever I spend time with
them and are so devoted to each other".
Angelique Mini Foxy 6yrs 3kgs Female & Bert Jack
Russell x 10yrs 7kgs Male Sponsors:“In loving memory
of Henry, Paddington & Chelsea! ” Nicholas T. Litchfield
& “ In loving memory of Frankie! ” Abel & Janet Coelho

Larry Foxy x 2yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Pebbles!” Happy Valentine’s Day from Sigrid Lublow
Cole Border Terrier x 1-2yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“All he needs is time, kindness & love!” Janice, Volunteer
Louise Kelpie x 1yr Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my friend Salvatore ( Sam ).” Antoinette
Ellie Foxy x 2yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of our dear little boy Sammy!” from Fred & Teena Wratten

Bodrik Maltese x 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a loving forever home very soon!” P. Tew
Tabitha Labrador x Cattle 2yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my dogs Sam & Jess!” Sara Dyer
Pugsley Chihuahua x 1yr Male Sponsor: “ For all my precious dogs - Annabel, Suzie & Mitzi!” love from Maureen
Roxy Staffy x 5yrs 26.5kgs Female Sponsor: Happy New Year from Honey ex DR doggie & Marti, her Mum

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ADOPT ME: EVERY DOGGIE NEEDS THEIR VERY OWN HUMAN TO LOVE...

Ernie Maltese x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck and a happy, happy Valentine’s Day!” P. Tew
Jelly Bean Jack Russell x 18mths Female Sponsor: “ Wishing you lots of luck and love in your life!” Love, Manon
Lillian Corgi x Pug 4yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Stephie!” Lots of love from Verena
Pebbles Jack Russell x 3yrs Female Sponsor: Sending you lots of cuddles for a Happy Valentine’s from Breanna

Waffle Pomeranian x 12yrs Male Sponsor: “ With love on behalf of our ex DR doggie Dougie!” Denise Bartlett
Tommy Mini Foxy x 11mths 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of beautiful Minnie!” Marika Camilleri
Kermit Maltese x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you very good luck!” P. Tew
Bingo Jack Russell x 3yrs 5.9kgs Male Sponsor: “ For the lovely Lily & the joyous Jenna!” Lisa Kane

VALENTINE’S POSTCARD FROM TED

This month is the 11th anniversary of Ted coming into our
lives. We adopted Ted from Monika's DoggieRescue way
back in 2004 and he is now approximately 13yrs old. He was
originally called Rudolph and we saw his story in the Sunday
Telegraph. When we first adopted Ted he was very wary of
strangers, especially men, but now when we go walking he
wants to say hello to everyone he meets, especially
children! I wanted to let you know he is still going strong and
has changed so many lives. Thank you Monika and all your
helpers for the wonderful work you do. Rebecca Doughty

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FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS… Did you know that people who have dogs are healthier & live longer...

A WHAT DO DOGS TEACH US?

dog I will LOVE you “ DOGS TEACH US A LOT OF
FOREVER THINGS BUT NONE MORE
is the IMPORTANT THAN TO LOVE
UNCONDITIONALLY…”
only
Beau has been with us for quite a few
thing months now and the change in him is
remarkable. He’s gone from a cowering,
on scared little pooch to a playful boy who
absolutely loves to let the postman know
earth he’s home. Beau continues to surprise
us with new doggy traits, like playing
that fetch, as he slowly starts to find himself
while living in a loving family.
loves
The process hasn’t been overnight and
you it’s taken a lot a patience, affection and
cuddles to let him know his world is
more different now. I’m sure he thinks we
have enriched his life, but it is Beau who
than has enriched ours. Beau has taught me
that love and loyalty are the glue to
he strong bonds and relationships. A good
lesson for all of us to remember.
loves
himself Mick Biagi

Dogs lives are too short… Jasper
Their only fault really! Edwards

Dear Monika & Doggie Rescue Team,

We are so happy to have welcomed Jasper to our family
home at Wheeler Heights. He has enjoyed his first
Christmas with us and had his own presents under the
tree. We have some great walking tracks near our house
and he enjoys being taken out for his two walks each
day. His favourite walk is up to Long Reef headland and he
loves to stand at the top just staring out to sea with the wind
blowing in his face. He is such a happy, affectionate, playful
dog and he is the perfect dog for our family!

The Edwards Family

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I DOGS... Ex DR dog Felix with his bestie, Marcus I

He is your friend, your partner, will
your defender, your dog,
LOVE
You are his life, his love,
his leader, YOU

He will be faithful and true to and
the last beat of his heart..
PROTECT
You owe it to him to be worthy
of such devotion! you

for the

rest of

my

LIFE

Interview With The Dog

the silence is broken…

Hello Readers, Bec 1. My life is likely to last 10 to 15 7. Remember before you hit
Nahla
years. Any separation from me that I have powerful
We adopted little Nahla ( was Ivy ) in you will be painful to me. teeth, but I choose not to
November and life hasn’t been the same! Remember that before you use them.
She has settled in well, enjoys her adopt me.
tummy rubs and her walks twice a day to 8. Before you scold me for
meet her friends at the dog park. One 2. Give me some time to
habit she has developed is once she has being uncooperative,
finished a particularly yummy meal—she understand what you want obstinate or lazy, ask
will come and say thank you to my from me. yourself if something might
partner or I by jumping up and giving us be wrong with me. Perhaps
a few little kisses on the cheek. 3. Place your trust in me. It’s I’m not getting the right food
or I’ve been out in the sun
She has also successfully infiltrated our crucial to my well being. for too long, or my heart is
bed and has her very own pillow which getting old and weaker.
she rests her little head on every night – 4. Don’t be angry with me for
something that she's been working on for 9. Take care of me when I get
a while! Thank you again Monika for all long, and don’t isolate me as
your help with her adoption. Joe & Bec punishment, You have your old. You’ll be old one day.
work, your entertainment and
your friends. I only have you. 10. Go with me on difficult

5. Talk to me sometimes, even journeys. Never say: “ I
can’t watch—it’s too
if I don’t understand your painful.” Everything is easier
words—I understand your when you are with me...
voice.
And through it all:
6. Be aware that however you Remember that I love you.

treat me, I will not be able to
forget it.

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HOWIE - OUR Sweet VALENTINE!

Howie became part of our world in August 2014, after being very much loved by Monika and the Doggie
Rescue team for over 2 years. Howie, shares his home with Cancun (rescue cat) and often visits his
‘Aunties’ (also rescue doggies)

HOWIE has many loves….

• He LOVES to sit beside me in the
studio at work, and guard me,
displaying his protection by little
growls and stern looks ( I have to fight
back giggles every time!) and everyone
at work absolutely adores him.

• He LOVES his Grandmother, ( with
Granddad, he is making progress and
no longer hides from him, he even
accepts treats from him now! a huge
milestone considering Howie is very
afraid of men.)

• He LOVES playing with his doggie
Aunties, spending hours playing in
the back yard and swimming
(supervised ) in our pool—see picture.

• He LOVES the lounge, and loves
body contact and cuddles.

• He LOVES sharing the bed ( and
sometimes finds himself in the very
middle!! )

• He LOVES to stop and sniff every
tree on our walks.

Howie is certainly my Valentine! We love him so very much as
I know the Doggie Rescue team does also, thank you from the
bottom of our heart for nurturing such a gorgeous little soul,
and all the others that you continue to rescue and protect.

And to you Howie—A Happy Valentine’s Day, our life would not be the same
without YOU, you handsome little boy!!!! Ihara Mannise

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PRETTY

LOVE IS….

Knowing one day Mr. Right will come
along and sweep you right off your feet.

Bundy Foxy x Chihuahua 7yrs Female
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our beautiful
Elle!” Happy Valentine’s Day Bundy from Bill
& Joan Collins

LOVE

IS...

A CUDDLE FROM A FRIEND
Squirtle loves getting a bit of love
and affection from Ceallai

Squirtle Jack Russell x 1yr 6kgs Male
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Chinook!”
Love from Sharryn Hollis

www.dangerousdoglawyers.com.au

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I loved you my whole life yet you threw me away because I was old...

Petal Maltese x 13yrs Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Cupid Maltese x 12yrs Tyson Maltese x 10yrs
4.6kgs Female Sponsor: Female Sponsor:“In loving 5kgs Male Sponsor: “I wish Male Sponsor: “In loving
“ In loving memory of my memory of Jess & Jody!” you a home for Valentine’s memory of our rescue dog
husband Les!” Noreen Michele & Steve Tamassy Day!” Lesley Cansdell Penny!” from Stephanie

Ralph Maltese x 12yrs Remy Foxy x 11yrs 5kgs Walter Shih Tzu x 10yrs Polly Maltese x 10yrs
6.2kgs Male Sponsor:“ Male Sponsor:“ You just 6kgs Male Sponsor: “Just 6kgs Female Sponsor:“In
Wishing you luck in finding keep wagging that little ‘cause you are so very loving memory of Connor!”
a forever home!” P. Tew tail!” From the Simpsons handsome!” love Barbara Love from The Browns

Maggie Shih Tzu x 10yrs Genie Jack Russell x Izza Maltese x 10yrs 6kgs Papi Maltese x 12yrs
10.3kgs Female Spon- 13yrs 4.9kgs Female Female Sponsor: “ A loving 6.5kgs Male Sponsor:“In
sor: “In loving memory of Sponsor: “ On behalf of our forever home and family very memory of my my beautiful
dear Fantasia!” Emma sweet Josie!” Liz May soon!” Isabel Hillier woofs!” Susan Carovigno

ADOPT A SENIOR DOG Their affection is TIMELESS,
Their devotion is AGELESS,
Their love is FOREVER….

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They looked at us and only saw a grey face & cloudy eyes—a BURDEN, a HASSLE...
But they missed the BEST part of us - our LOVE, LOYALTY & total DEVOTION.

Stevie Maltese x 13yrs Phoebe Jack Russell x April Jack Russell x 10yrs

4.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ On 15yrs Female Sponsor: 8kgs Female Sponsor: “ In Lulu Pomeranian x 11yrs
3kgs Female Sponsor: “ In
behalf of our rainbow “Hugs + kisses!” from Patsy loving memory of dear Tia!” loving memory of beautiful
Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
bridge mob!”Colleen & Ron Wills on Valentine’s Day Kathryn & Paul, Ian & Muffin

Molly Terrier x 8yrs Randle Maltese x 10yrs Louis Jack Russell x
10yrs Male Sponsor: Love
10kgs Female Sponsor: 4.8kgs Male Sponsor:“ In from Lopez (ex DR doggie),
Chilli, Pippy & Tess
“ In loving memory of Mitch loving memory of Elle!”

& Amber!” Sue Bellamy Love, Bill & Joan Collins

Miss Muffet Shih Tzu x
13yrs Female. Sponsor:
The students at The
Sydney School of English.

Siska English Staffy x Coral Jack Russell x Izzy Staffy x 9yrs Female
10yrs Female Sponsor: 10yrs 11.2kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory
“For my rescue dogs Nela Sponsor:Happy Valentine’s of Cassie, Poppy, Lizzy &
& Tess!” Lorelei Dowling Day from Hughie Wray Danny!” Briony Holman

IF YOU ADOPT OR FOSTER A DR DOGGIE YOU Cleveland Corgi x Cattle
HELP SAVE ANOTHER POUND DOG’S LIFE! 10yrs 12kgs Male Sponsor:
“In loving memory of Ralph,
Floyd & Steffie!” Verena

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REWARD LOVE LONELY? FEELING BLUE?

9486-3133 WELL, WE HAVE A VALENTINE JUST FOR YOU!!!!

Wiggles Maltese x 2yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Ex DR doggie Woody’s way of saying thanks!” from Tracy Fay
Aladdin Jack Russell x 2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“In memory of Henry, Chelsea & Paddington!” Nicholas Litchfield
Patchy Spitz x 11yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “Now that you have a sponsor family, you are loved!” Fred & Annie Tse
Sundae Foxy x 3yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dog Lily Biesler!” Happy Valentine's from Greg & Amy

Lorraine T/Terrier 10yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of Evie & Poppy & for Sam!” Brenda Harris
Dusty Kelpie x 2yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor:“On behalf of my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
Mugatu Spoodle x 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Sam!” Susan’s Turramurra Athletics Club
Texas Cattle x Kelpie 18mths 16kgs Male Sponsor:” For Emma, Jesse & Mary Burke!” from Uncle Sam

Lonrho Dachshund x 3yrs 5.4kgs Male Sponsor:“ Happy New Year from Gunter & family!” Rhonda & Brett
Marbles Chihuahua x Foxy 5yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our boy Ricky!” Malki & Chandra
Bubbles Jack Russell x 4yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ On behalf of my rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
Barnaby Foxy x Cattle Dog 11yrs 8.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ A loving home is coming in 2015!” Jennifer Porter

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REWARD LOVE DOGS LOVE UNCONDITIONALLY

9486-3133 ARE YOU GETTING ENOUGH LOVE IN YOUR LIFE?

Harvey Foxy x 3yrs 6.3kgs Male Sponsor:“Just ‘cause he’s been such a very good boy!! Love from Jane & Romeo
Maple Staffy x 3yrs 17.7kgs Female Sponsor: “ Graceful Maple falls into our hearts and brings happiness!” Jenny
Scoobie Mini Foxy x 5yrs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a very happy Valentine’s Day!” Love from Sylvia Raye
Heidi Klum Cattle Dog x 2yrs Female Sponsor: “Here’s to a happy Valentine’s & a new life!” Christabelle Tani

Sadie Jack Russell x 2yrs 8kgs Female Sponsor: “In memory of Lucky, who was so very special!” Kevin Lynch
Joan Rivers Maltese x Jack Russell 4yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of dear Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison
Aslan Pomeranian x 3yrs Male Sponsor:“ Wishing you a very happy Valentine’s Day!” from Shona & Narice
Rico Mini Foxy x 2yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: “A big hug in loving memory of Iceberg!” love from Henny Sim

Bryson Jack Russell x 2yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In memory of Ebony!” Melissa, Honey & Charlotte
Vanilla Ice Wiry Terrier x 1yr Male Sponsor: With love and lots of cuddles on Valentine’s Day from Lisa Suters
Allen Chihuahua x 1.5yrs Male Sponsor: “I hope Allen finds a forever home as loving as Napoleon’s.” Jackson
Sasha Jack Russell x 3yrs 5.2kgs Female Sponsor:“ In loving memory of our dear Elle!” Malki & Chandra

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DANA REMEMBERED

By her friend Geari Rose

Hello Readers,

Loyal and dedicated Doggie Rescue supporter
for 10 years Dana Eisorois aged 53 has passed
away suddenly after a major operation on
Christmas Eve. All at Doggie Rescue who
knew her are saddened with her passing.

I met Dana Eisorois at Doggie Rescue in 2005 “Her world was dark but she brightened so many lives.”
when Monika opened the shop at Drummoyne
where she handled the phone calls for Doggie
Rescue. She enjoyed speaking to people as
this had been her previous job with Telstra.
She used to tell me I wasn't telling people the
right thing and this is how it should be done.
Initially I was surprised by this as I had years
of phone customer service experience, but we
found a common goal, finding a home for those
poor dumped dogs.

The most amazing thing about Dana was that she never Wilshire and Murray Olds many times when she couldn't
let her blindness stand in the way of what she wanted to sleep, talking about the welfare of animals and disability
do in her life. She astounded me when she told me how issues, In fact anything that needed sorting Dana would
long it took from her home in Mt Druitt to get to Doggie offer her help. Her general knowledge on all subjects
Rescue in Drummoyne by public transport. A taxi ride to was wide reaching. She supported many causes, some
Blacktown Station, train to Parramatta and then a bus to popular and some not so but she gave it everything she
Drummoyne. It could take nearly two and a half could. She was being spoken about on radio by many
hours. Sometimes she would even come by herself. listeners and presenters over the days following her
Nothing could keep her away. I was truly amazed with passing. She would have been amazed at how she
her determination, devotion and passion for Doggie touched so many lives.
Rescue and its founder Monika.
Recently she has been confined to a wheelchair and
Once DR moved to the northern beaches it was found it difficult to walk around much and she needed a
impossible for her to get there and we talked at least breathing machine at night. Her two dogs Chelsea a
twice a week for at this point of time the phone was her blind Beagle aged 9 and Acropolus a Maltese boy 10
lifeline. She only managed to come once to the shelter were her two faithful companions. She absolutely doted
for the 10,000th adoption celebration. One of our long on them and spent whatever was necessary for their
standing volunteers Roland Briefel kindly paid for a taxi welfare. They ate before she did, many a time she said
to take her there and she was overjoyed to be part of the she had not a cent in the bank.
day (the photo above was taken at her home that day).
Dana never complained about her difficult situation, she
She was a regular caller to Radio 2UE and 2GB late at was just hungry for information about Doggie Rescue
night speaking to Rev Bill Crews. John Stanley, Brien and how many dogs had been adopted each week.

“ You were an inspiration to all who knew you Dana, you were here for a purpose, rest in peace. “

Geari Rose

FEBRUARY 2015 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 43

EVER THOUGHT
ABOUT VOLUNTEERING?

ADOPT ME…. Tabitha is a 1-2 year old
tabby & white Domestic Shorthair female.
She's a sweet natured, loving girl but has
FIV so not suitable with other cats. She is
beautiful and needs a home! Tabitha
comes desexed, wormed, F3 vaccinated,
micro chipped and 1 month of flea &
heartworm prevention. Adoption fee $180.
Call our Cat Adoption Co-Ordinator
Oriana on 0410 555 215. For more details
please call Monika on 0429 044 484 or
e-mail: [email protected]

“ “ My fiancé and I love visiting Monika's Doggie Rescue
and just love DR doggie Thelma xx” Brooke Low
“ Gone from our sight,
but not from our memories, GIVE A PIECE OF YOUR HEART TO A LONELY
DOGGIE THIS VALENTINE’S DAY...
Gone from our touch,
but never our hearts…” Valentine’s Day is on a Saturday so grab your bestie ( if you are
alone come & make some new friends! ) and head to our Ingleside
Vale Patti Stuart - Patti has been a Shelter where over 100 LOVING HEARTS are waiting to meet you.
very big contributor to the Central Coast
Ladies Knitting Group and was the home Featured dog Thelma has been adopted but her sister Louise is
base to enable sales at Winston Hills still seeking her forever family. Meet Louise on page 32
Shopping Centre. Patti passed away
after a long battle with illness on

4 November 2014.
She is very much missed.

Kelly Wratten

FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE CALL THE SHELTER ON
9486 3133 OR EMAIL: [email protected]

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SNAPSHOTS Doggies from 6 — 9 YEARS of age...

Reward MIDDLE
LOVE AGE

Puppies are there to be adored,
Old doggies cannot be ignored
But what about the in between
Waiting patiently, but never seen.

Winkle Mini Foxy x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving
memory of my special boy Sam!” from Valerie Rodgers

Cheddar Tenterfield Terrier x 8yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“To give you an extra chance at finding love!” Pam Robson
Winston Spitz x Shih Tzu 6yrs 11.7kgs Male Sponsor: From the students at the Sydney School of English
Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy 8yrs Female Sponsor: Angela Rayner & the team at Aristocrat Technologies Aust. P/L
Maxwell Jack Russell x 6yrs 8.9kgs Male Sponsor: “Just’ cause you have been a good boy!” Jane & Romeo

Charlie Miniature Pinscher 8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor: “Here’s hoping that you are adopted very soon!” Meaghan
Vin Diesel Jack Russell x 8yrs 7kgs Male Sponsor:“For all my dogs, Annabel, Suzie & Mitzi!” with love, Maureen
Star Chihuahua x Shih Tzu 9yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear Elle!” Bill & Joan Collins
Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs 6.6kgs Male Sponsor:“ What a terrible thing to do to this sweet, friendly boy!” Marg Iveson

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ADOPT ME! Doggies from 6 — 9 YEARS of age...

Nikita Corgi x 8yrs 9.8kgs Female Sponsor: “ Lots of love from Chloe & Lulu Thompson! ” Gay Thompson
Lucas Maltese x Shih Tzu 9 years 4.3kgs Male Sponsor:“Wishing you a loving home!” Nicole Van du Gard
Button Wiry Terrier 8yrs 8.6kgs Male Sponsor: Good luck finding a home from the Little Bluebird Craft Studio
Speckles Cattle x Corgi 7yrs 15kgs Male Sponsor: “Wishing you a very Happy Valentine's Day!” from Sam & Joy

Rupert Foxy x 8yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In memory of Henry, Paddington & Chelsea!” from Nicholas T. Litchfield
Mickey Schnauzer x 7yrs 8.3kgs Male Blind. Sponsor:“ Wishing you a very Happy Valentine’s Day!” Kerry Woods
Nell Chihuahua x Terrier 8yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our dear Harry!” love from Malki & Chandra

These could be the best
years of our lives...

If you adopt a dog that's six to nine years old, it
will still have many years of life left but at that
time of its life, it's about gratitude & easy loving.
Reggie Labrador x Staffy 9yrs 18.8kgs Male
Reggie is a very friendly dog who greets people
nicely. He is very affectionate with people. He is a
slow walker as he likes to stop and sniff things. He
is well mannered and sits on command.
Sponsor: “ Lots of luck & happiness!” Tony Suters

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REWARD PLEASE FOSTER US!
LOVE
THESE DOGS WOULD BENEFIT FROM THE TLC OF A FOSTER HOME….
9486-3133

Indy Pomeranian x Pug 3yrs 4.7kgs Female Sponsor:“ From ex DR dogs Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine
Rufus Cattle Dog x 10yrs 17.7kgs Male Sponsor: “Wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day !” Lochie, Melinda & Brett
Widget Jack Russell x 3yrs 6.2kgs Male Sponsor:“A home is coming very soon!” Lots of love from Julie McCann
Shadow Foxy x 1yr 7.5kgs Female Sponsor:“ Monty hopes you find a home soon!” Love from Amanda Sichter

Nigel Foxy x 3yrs 7-8kgs Male Sponsor:“Good luck in finding love on Valentine's Day!” Rosemary, Monica & Justine
Rosso Jack Russell x 4yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor:“He’s the King of pups!” Happy Valentine’s Day from Suz & Bruce
Sienna Corgi x Terrier 4yrs 12kgs Female Sponsor: “ Fingers crossed for better luck this month!” Susan Cassidy
Turtle Labrador x Border Collie 2yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Roger, Rover & Ross!” Elizabeth Lynch

Casper Staffy x 2yrs 13kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of a special pet Otto!” Gail Starkey & Rohan
Angus Aussie Terrier x 2yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“ With lots of love on Valentine’s Day!” Lesley Cansdell
Yukki Mini Foxy x 3yrs 4.3kgs Male Sponsor:“To give you a better chance of a home!” John & Joan Jones
Quinn Jack Russell x 4yrs 9.7kgs Female Sponsor: “For my sweet Milo, with lots of love!” from Diana Tang

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VETERINARY LOCALITY GUIDE

AFTER HOURS VETS INNER WEST

INNER SOUTH WEST CONCORD VETERINARY HOSPITAL
The Animal Referral Hospital Homebush
250 Parramatta Road, Homebush 191 Concord Road, North Strathfield 9743 1715

9758 8666

NORTHWEST DRUMMOYNE VETERINARY HOSPITAL

The Animal Referral Hospital Baulkham Hills 194 Lyons Rd, Drummoyne 9719 2149

19 Old Northern Rd Baulkham Hills 9639 7744 ENFIELD VETERINARY HOSPITAL
94 Coronation Pde, Enfield
NORTH - SASH - Small Animal Specialist Hospital 9747 3999
Level 1, 1 Richardson Place, North Ryde 9889 0289
24 Hour Eme rgency Service www.sashvets.com ALL NATURAL VET CARE 9712 5844
292 Lyons Rd, Russell Lea

AUBURN— EARLWOOD— PARRAMATTA MOSMAN—MANLY—THE BEACHES

AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9649 6333 BILGOLA VETERINARY CLINIC 9918 0022
107a Park Rd, Auburn Shop 2/215 Plateau Rd, Bilgola

EARLWOOD ANIMAL HOSPITAL 9718 5235 COLLAROY PLATEAU VET CLINIC 9982 9439
213 Bexley Rd, Earlwood 24A Aubreen St, Collaroy Plateau

ANIMAL ORTHOPAEDIC SPECIALISTS COLLAROY VETERINARY SURGERY 9971 8487
1185 Pittwater Rd, Collaroy 24hr Emergency Service
557 Church St, North Parramatta 9683 3177

PARRAMATTA VETERINARY HOSPITAL CREMORNE VETERINARY HOSPITAL

100 Grose St, Parramatta 9630 5520 104 Spofforth St, Cre morne 9953 1090

THE COTTAGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL (50% owne d by ELANORA VETERINARY CLINIC 9970 6647
53 Kalang Rd, Elanora Heights
DR ) 16 Ross Street, Parramatta 9890 7220

BEROWRA— HORNSBY— ST IVES MOSMAN VETERINARY CLINIC 9960 2856
8 Canrobert St, Mosman

ASQUITH/HORNSBY VETERINARY CLINIC NORTH SHORE

305 Pacific Hwy, Asquith 9477 1349

ST IVES VETERINARY SURGERY GORDON VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9498 3000
7/351 Mona Vale Rd St Ives
9983 9494 19 Ryde Road, Pymble www.gordonvet.com.au

CENTRAL COAST SYDNEY MOBILE VET

GREEN POINT VETERINARY HOSPITAL THE ROAMING VET Dr. Romy Feldman 0402 343484
Eastern Suburbs & Inner West www.roamingvet.com.au
321 Davistown Rd, Green Point 4369 3943
THE HILLS—GALSTON
CHATSWOOD—LANE COVE

CHATSWOOD VETERINARY CLINIC 9411 6547 VETS AT NORTH ROCKS 9873 1660
80 Sydney St, Willoughby 262 North Rocks Rd, North Rocks

www.vetsat northrockscom.au

LANE COVE VETERINARY HOSPITAL TERREY HILLS—FORESTVILLE—BELROSE
Cnr Pacific Hwy + Remington St Artarmon 9428 1174

DOUBLE BAY 9363 4045 BELROSE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 9452 3155
70 Pringle Ave, Belrose 9450 2020
DOUBLE BAY VETERINARY CLINIC
125 Manning Rd Woollahra 2025 TERREY HILLS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
97 Booralie Rd, Te rrey Hills

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ANIMAL WELFARE & ADVISORY GROUPS YOUR LOCAL ANIMAL POUND
Also Donkey, Horse, Ferret , Rabbit & Rodent Rescue
Ashfield Belmore Veterinary Hospital

Animal Liberation Free call 1800 751 770 94 Kingsgrove Rd Belmore 9789 6648
Cruelty Free Shopping List 9555 1995
Good Samaritan Donkey Sanctuary 4996 5596 Blacktown, Auburn, Ryde, Hunters Hill, Canada Bay,
Horse Rescue Australia 8250 1442
Inte rnational Fund for Animal Welfare 9288 4900 Holroyd, Parramatta, & Lane Cove

Flushcombe Rd Blacktown 9839 6000 or 9839 6161

Lost pets:- www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/petsonline

Burwood & Strathfield 9747 3999

NSW Ferret Welfare Society Inc 9635 9212 Enfield Veterinary 94 Coronation Pde Enfield

Petcare Info & Advisory Service 1800 631 784 Canterbury 9709 6528

Royal NSW Canine Council 9834 3022 Fairford Road Veterinary Clinic Short St Bankstown

Sydney Metro Wildlife Service Rescue hotline 9413 4300 Hawkesbury, Penrith & Baulkham Hills

Taronga Zoo 9969 2777 Mulgrave Rd McGraths Hill 4560 4644

The Rabbit Sanctuary 0416 062947 Ku-Ring-Gai 9484 2166

Wildlife Info & Rescue Service (WIRES) 8977 3333 Thornleigh Veterinary 180 Pennant Hills Rd Thornleigh

World League for Protection of Animals 9817 4892 Liverpool, Bankstown, Fairfield &Camden

ANIMAL WELFARE— DOG & CAT RESCUE GROUPS Renbury Farm Animal Shelter 9606 6118

406 Bringelly Rd Austral

Manly Rosebury St Balgowlah 9948 3409

Big Dog Rescue Mina Melman 0425 243517 Mosman Cremorne Veterinary Hospital 9953 1090

Cat Defense - Bondi Junction Susan 0403 836443 104 Spofforth St Cremorne

Cat Protection Society - Enmore 9519 7201 North Sydney 9436 1213

Cat Rescue email [email protected] North Shore Vet Hospital 64 Atchison St, Crows Nest

Pittwater Pittwater Animal Hospital 9913 7979

DoggieRescue.com.au 9486 3133 Cnr Pittwater Rd & Arnott Cres, Warriewood

DABS www.dabs.org.au 9789 5976 or 9718 2169 Rockdale, Hurstville, Hornsby, Kogarah, Randwick,

Greyhound Adoption Program 9452 3446 Marrickville, Botany, Woollahra, Centennial

Greyhound Rescue Parklands, Waverley, Leichhardt, Hornsby &

www.greyhoundrescue.com.au 9453 0602 Willoughby Sydney Dogs & Cats Home

Edward St Carlton 9587 9611

NSW Animal Rescue 0422 371 075 Sutherland Shire & City of Sydney 9710 0401

NSW Animal Welfare League 8899 3333 Production Ave Taren Point

Manly Warringah, Pittwater & Kemps Creek Warringah Collaroy Veterinary Surgery 9971 8487

PAWS Rescue www.paws.com.au 1185 Pittwater Rd Collaroy

Paws’n’Hooves Paul or Narelle Lewis 9835 1055

PetRescue www.petrescue.com.au ANIMAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANT

RSPCA - Yagoona 9770 7555

Save Our Strays www.saveourstrays.org.au AAA Canine Lessons - Jenny Wright

Staffy Rescue www.staffyrescue.org.au 0450 099177 “Arightway Dog Training” 0415 394 644

Sydney Dogs & Cats Home Mali Rolph Professional Dog Walking and Training
Sydney NSW [email protected] 0405291339
Edward Street, Carlton 9587 9611

Sydney Pet Rescue www.sydneypetrescue.com.au The Dog Whisperer ®John Richardson 1300 650 739

CAVY CLUBS (Guinea Pigs) NSW Branch Helen White Dip. ACP (NOCN).AMACC.

Spec. Canine & Feline Behaviour 9456 2573

Northside rs 9411 3590 or 9451 9941 PET HOMEOPATH/HERBOLOGIST
NSW Cavy Club 4657 1438

FERRET WELFARE Pet Power – Alternative therapies for animals

Ferret Rescue Co-Ordinator Christine 9939 0410
Katrina Smith
9874-4113

REIKI HEALER-ANIMAL COMMUNICATION PETS AS THERAPY

Pets As Therapy 9418 4343

Simonne Lee [email protected] ww.simonnelee.net Volunteer's Correspondence Course. From $379.50
Reiki master, meditation, psychometry readings, healing
Web: www.velmaspetsastherapy.com.au

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OBEDIENCE TRAINING PUPPY CLASSES

Arightway Dog Training Jenny Wright Berowra

Canine Good Citizen Instructor Adolescent Training & Helen White Dip ACP (NOCN), AMACC 9456-2573

Puppy Social Class Brookvale Area 0415 394 644 Brookvale & Mosman

Able Dog Training - Libby Young 0415 715426

Dogtech All Areas 1300 650 739 The Sound Hound Dog Behaviour & Training

Blacktown & Marayong - Eastwood Brush Farm Dog Training Club 9887-2181

Blacktown Kennel & Training Club 9622 1783 Belrose & Nth Turramurra

Castle Hill - Hanna Moore 9997 8815

Agility Dog Club 9654 1951 Enfield Vet Hospital 9747 3999

Hills District Kennel Club 9652 1764 Gordon Vet Hospital 9498 3000

Concord— Hills District Kennel Club 9634 1951

Sydney All Breeds Dog Training Club 0401 071515 Kenthurst Wraysbury School For Dogs 9654 1951

Eastwood—Vivien Dunkerley Lane Cove/Figtree Vet Andy Robertson 9428 4700

Brush Farm Dog Training Club 9874 7817 Northern Suburbs Dog Training Club 9416 6080

Gladesville/Hunters Hill - Nth Ryde Vet Hospital 9888 1833

Ideal Pet Dog Training 9817 0244 Neutral Bay,Ermington,Manly,Collaroy & Brookvale

Hawkesbury - Dog Agility Club 4575 2222 DogTech Start Life 1300 650 739

Horns by - Dog Training Club 9990 7301 Terrey Hills

Hurstville - Terrey Hills Vet Hospital Maureen 9450 1459

Hurstville All Breeds Dog Training Club 9771 2582 PET TAXI SERVICES

Lindfield -Metro Mid-Week Dog Training Club

9639-1762 or 9817-3955 Britt's Pet Taxi Air-conditioned Safe Pet Transport
Sydney & Central Coast areas. Bookings: 0438 823 392
Manly - District Kennel & Dog Training Club

♦ Deep Creek 0418-404288 or 9971 5663 GROOMERS LOCALITY GUIDE

♦ Mosman Oval 0418-404288 or 9971 5663

Northern Beaches BROOKVALE Katherine Shallvey Grooming specialist

Goodog Positive Dog Training 0418 404288 10/49-51 Mitchell Road 9938 6563

www.goodog.com.au CARLINGFORD

Libby Young 0415 715426 Regal Doggie Boutique 9871 8320

The Sound Hound Dog Behaviour & Training Closed Mondays—Open some Saturdays

www.thesoundhound.com.au GOSFORD Gosford Grooming 4329 6200

Randwick 2 Deane Street Mobile 0408 629464

East’n S’burbs Dog Training 0412 645154 P.I.A.A. ( Pet Industry Assoc of Australia Ltd.)

St George Dog Training Club 9750 3776 HORNSBY Designer Dogs Grooming 9482 5119

St Ives Unit 5/113 Hunter Street

Get Smart Dogs ( day evening Classes) 9450 1459

Northern S’burbs Dog Training 9489 1554 INNER WEST Caroline’s Clip and Cuddles MOBILE

Strathfield GROOMING ‘patient, loving care’ 0416 140247

West’n S’burbs Training 9570 9144 Volunteer groomer for Monika’s DoggieRescue

Warringah 94513281 MANLY Northside Pet Grooming

German Shepherd Dog League 9905 5287 123 Pittwater Rd 9976 6744

Warringah Shepherd Dog Training Club 9416 7047 MASCOT - K9 Kutz - gentle handling of your best friend

PET PHOTOGRAPHY 10 Linden Street 93415590

MIDDLE COVE

Sydney Area– Mobile Service PHOTO BLITZ Dogs On The Avenue 9967 2740

Email : [email protected] 0402 303075 163a Eastern Valley Way

www.picasaweb.google.com/PhotoBlitz NEWPORT Cuddly Canine Grooming Salon 9999 1047

3 Coles Pde

FUR FAMILY PHOTOS 9456 0825 NORTH SHORE & NORTHERN BEACHES
www.furfamilyphotos.com.au
Ema il:[email protected] fur fa milyp hotos.co m.a u Puppoose Mobile Dog Grooming

‘canine styling specialist’ open 6 days 0451 515364

PEST CONTROL SERVICES ST IVES All Paws on 4’s

27 Shinfield Ave 9440 7904

Broy’s Possum Relocation and Pest Control Service WESTLEIGH

License No. 10550 0402 439 398 Cool Cats & Canines 9980 6383

Suite 8c Westfield Shopping Eucalyptus Dr


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