The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.
Discover the best professional documents and content resources in AnyFlip Document Base.
Search
Published by magazine, 2016-05-30 20:32:14

DoggieRescue E-Magazine June 2016_Neat

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

PHONE: 9486-3133

Vol.11 No.140 ADOPTIONS: DOGS 11,689
JUNE 2016 CATS 384

DOG WALKING
HOURS

11AM - 2.30PM
TUES - SUN

Our adorable cover boy this
month is Flick, who would
brighten any Winter’s Day.
Meet him and his friends on
pages 6 & 7

www.DoggieRescue.com

2 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

• from my desk 2016 End of financial year appeal

Dear Supporter,

A year of change and challenges — I’m pleased to be able to give you
an update on DoggieRescue and our work.

Monika with Feta at Ingleside Shelter In the last year, I’ve seen a change in the profile of dogs needing our
help. The good news is that fewer small dogs are ending up on death row
at the pounds since they are becoming more successful in their own
adoption programs. But as a result, DoggieRescue is now getting more
medium and large sized dogs which bring new challenges – such as the
need for higher and more secure fencing than our original facilities were
designed for. It has meant we are forever repairing fences while making
permanent improvements for as little cost as we can. And being strong,
some of our larger dogs, such as Mufasa (p24) and Penny (p22), need
two people rather than one to walk them safely from their indoor
overnight pen to their outdoor garden area.

The smaller dogs that are entering our doors now seem to be either the
more mature ones who tend to have more medical issues or younger
ones with behavioural problems. Both groups test our resources but
fortunately, we do have dog training expertise on board to help with
these problems and make the dogs more adoptable.

• As a result of these changing times, I have to share with you

that the last 12 months have been the hardest financially for
DoggieRescue since the GFC first hit back in 2007.

CLICK Your support is making a difference : Thanks to your support, Doggie
HERE Rescue has been able to respond to these changing times and with your
help we continue to save lives. Dogs needing treatment for medical
issues receive the best of care at The Cottage Animal Hospital. Whilst the
fees are heavily discounted which we are so grateful for, the fact remains
that veterinary costs are our largest financial outgoing after labour costs.

Giles (above ) has found a wonderful A recent patient at the hospital was Giles, our 8yrs Aussie Terrier cross.
FOSTER HOME with a young family Giles was diagnosed with lymphoma, the third most common cancer in
where he is being totally spoilt. dogs. We immediately started chemo treatment before he showed any
symptoms of being unwell. I knew it would be a costly exercise but I also
knew that if I did nothing he would be dead in six weeks. I knew I had to
act and I knew I would have your support. Giles is doing very well, having
finished his chemo treatment and the cancer is thankfully in remission.
The average life expectancy post treatment is 18 months to two years,
but many dogs who have had lymphoma live a lot longer than this and we
hope Giles will enjoy a long and happy life. Now in a foster home he has
some young children to play, with whom he loves. I never thought this
would happen when I began his treatment. It just shows there is someone
out there for every one of our rescued dogs. You just need to be patient.

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 3

Saving more lives than before : Another changing aspect of our rescue • Please make a DONATION
work is that we are now offering cat and kitten adoption. We rescue where
we can and deliver kittens to vet clinics who are willing to care for and If you wanted to make a tax
adopt out these vulnerable little souls. At The Cottage Animal Hospital we deductible donation before the end
care for and house cats and kittens and do not shirk away from litters who of June to help DoggieRescue save
are unwell. It takes a lot of resources and love to nurse these little ones to more lives in the year ahead you
good health and the wonderful, caring staff at The Cottage Animal Hospital can donate online via our secure
do an amazing job! website or call us on 02 9486 3133.

Martha’s story :Just recently • Become a DoggieRescue
we were contacted by a pound
about a cat who was not at all LIFESAVER
well and was being nursed at
the vets. The council would not Or you might like to consider
fund further investigative work becoming a DoggieRescue
even though she was very ill, Lifesaver, with a regular monthly
almost a skeleton, and had poor gift to support our work.
gum colour. She was classified
as “end stage” – a lost cause. All gifts, regardless of size, help us
But we did not accept that. to give a brighter future to the dogs
and cats in our care. Thank you in
Just a few weeks before, this poor cat had given everything she had to advance for your kind donation.
rear her new born kittens. By the time the cat, who we named Martha,
(pictured above) came to our clinic the vets had almost given up hope. I look forward to keeping you
She underwent emergency surgery which revealed she had a twisted updated on our progress in the
intestine, and parts of it had died. I was warned she was unlikely to months ahead and sincerely thank
survive the night, but we kept our paws crossed. The next morning, our you again for all your support.
nurses came in, unsure of what they might find but to everyone’s joy, they
heard a little purring machine. She was hungry! We were ecstatic about Warmest regards
the news and Martha continues to recover more each day.
Monika
Making a difference - providing hope: It is rescues such as Martha and
Giles that make it all worthwhile. This is what Doggie Rescue is all about, Monika Biernacki
making those 11th hour rescues and not giving up hope even when all the Founder - DoggieRescue
odds are stacked against us. And without supporters like you these
dogs and cats would have no future. We could not do what we do
without your help – so thank you so much!

Looking to the future: Doggie Rescue continues to lead by example
within the animal rescue arena, showing that the No-Kill philosophy works.
With our team of dedicated volunteers, staff and supporters, I am looking
forward to the year ahead, ready to meet new challenges and to work
even harder to save as many lives as we can.

As always, I am humbled by the support that Doggie Rescue receives
from so many people who share my vision. Your support gives me
the strength and the confidence to continue.

Thanks to you, the future is looking bright for this litter of puppies (pictured
at right) that are in our care. We will care for them until they find their
forever homes – however long that takes.

4 JUNJEU2N0E1620D16OGDGOIEGRGEIESRCEUSEC.CUOEM.COMMAGMAAZGINAEZINE

DOGGIERESCUE.COM

ISSUE: JUNE 2016

FEATURES

AUTUMN TURNS TO WINTER. 6-7

Featuring some gorgeous DR dogs.

REMEMBERING TYSON – A heart 8-9
warming story by Lucy Beaman

OLD FRIENDS - POSTCARDS We 18-19
catch up with some loved ex DR dogs.

JOGGING PARTNERS - Adopt an 20-21
active doggie for a fitter you...

5 MINUTES WITH… Kennel Hand 24
Oli & Mufasa

A DAY IN THE LIFE - The Doggie 30-31
Feeding Role. By Cynthia Forshaw

HARD TO HANDLE - Tips on 36
handling your dog. By Dr. Dee
I’M DUCHESS!
Call 9486-3133 for

more details

IN EVERY ISSUE 2-3 Email: [email protected]
12-14
FROM MY DESK Join us on Facebook
by Monika Biernacki 33 https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

Doggie Rescue UNLEASHED & Follow us on Twitter
DANGEROUS By Roland Briefrel www.twitter.com/monikadogrescue
Cartoon Ryley Miller

UP CLOSE & PERSONAL–
MAEKO sharing a special day...

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

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 5

Leave a Legacy of Love

Simon is fostered
CLICK HERE

HOW CUTE ARE WE?

Jeff Maltese x 10yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving
memory of Jakkson & Jack! ” Gina Carovigno &
Simon Terrier x 5yrs Male Sponsor:“In loving
memory of all my special woofs!” Susan Carovigno

Sponsored doggies adopted! Because you will always care.
Please remember DoggieRescue in your Will.
• Eric & Clifford, Shirotan, Star, Puddles,
Pebbles & Bam Bam (together), Kiera, Send or call for your free brochure about leaving a
Tetley, Hobbit, Cynthia, Tubby, Archer, gift in your Will.
Norman, Linda, Mr. Spok, Nacho, Kora,
Troy, Taree, Cherie & Naomi (together) Mr/Mrs/Ms/Other
Bobby, Coral & Faith (together), Jet, Barry, First name
Spice & Fennell ( together), Chickpea, Surname
Pepper & Bello the cat. CLICK HERE!

Address

Post code

Where is DoggieWood? Telephone

Ingleside Shelter location: 2 McCowan Rd, Please return to:
Cnr of Bloodwood Rd, INGLESIDE. 2101 DoggieRescue,
8 Chiltern Road,
Open 11AM –2.30PM Tuesday to Sunday INGLESIDE. NSW. 2101
Or call 9486-3133
Phone: 9486-3133 www.DoggieRescue.com Thank you
www.DoggieRescue.com.au

6 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE
A cold breeze blows signalling the end of...

Lancelot Siberian x Collie 6yrs Male Sponsor: “In Flick Foxy x 5yrs Male Sponsor: Erin Kramer—German
loving memory of Otto & ex DR dog Rohan!” Gail x Danish Aussie Female, 34 years.

With many thanks to our talented volunteer photographer Oznur Mezgil

FOSTER CARERS SAVE LIVES

Are you able to care for a homeless doggie until a permanent home can be found? Foster carers enable
many lives to be saved. For more details on fostering see http://www.doggierescue.com/fosteradog.htm

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 7
Rain, cold, coughs & sneezes...The Season changes to...

Maxwell Jack Russell x 8yrs 8.9kgs Male Sponsor: Sugar Jack Russell x Maltese 18mths 6kgs Female
“Just ‘cause you’re such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo Sponsor: Ruth Wall, with lots of love

With many thanks to our talented volunteer photographer Kim Bernotas

PLEASE LEND YOUR SUPPORT!

Winter is the season of sickness. Dogs come from the pounds in poor condition. Especially the very old and
the young. Sickness abounds. Vet bills rise. Can you help? http://www.doggierescue.com/donate.htm

8 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

TYSON

By Lucy Beaman, his Mum

If Tyson had just one fault it was that he was perhaps too accepting
and uncomplaining – he seemed taken aback to be chosen in the first
place (there’s younger and faster dogs Mama? Why would you want
me?) and confused at the attention lavished upon him. Wide eyed and
hesitant at his new spacious surrounds and garden he slowly and
wondrously explored as if to say, “this is all for ME? Really? Golly.”

With enough space and gentle reassurance, after a few weeks he
decided that being a cherished only fur child was a pretty good place to
be, adoring being the sole object of attention for once and loved for
nothing other than being himself. His loving and affectionate side
came out and whilst always sparing with licks you knew you had truly
earn them when bestowed, and thus were made all the more precious
by their scarcity.

ADOPT ME: EVERY ‘SENIOR’ DOG DESERVES THE CHANCE TO BE LOVED & CHERISHED LIKE TYSON!

“ I LOVE CUDDLES!”
CLICK HERE

Pip Squeak Maltese x 8yrs Sweetie Japanese Spitz Elvis Shih Tzu x 10yrs Jip Maltese x 10yrs 4kgs

3.6kgs Male Sponsor: “In x 12yrs Female Sponsor: Male Sponsor:“Hoping 2016 Male Sponsor:“ In loving

loving memory of Sammy!” “ In loving memory of Elle!” isn’t too ruff & you find a memory of my friend

Fred & Teena Wratten Bill & Joan Collins family!” Andrew Larke Salvatore!” Antoinette

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 9

And so he settled in and was truly happy just to be: was easily calmed with cuddles, soft words and
watching the world go by outside in the sun, exploring soothing pats.
new places and trudging gingerly on the grass in his
garden but always checking to make sure his people Health wise – where to start ?! Tyson could
were close by, and slowly, painstakingly making his way accommodate multiple liver tumours, a sore bloated
to you if he felt you had strayed too far. abdomen, a diagnosis of Cushings disease, skin
allergies, hip dysplasia, luxated patellas, partial
Whether by virtue of an indifferent pre surrender home deafness, regular conjunctivitis, intermittent coughing
or his own quiet and gentle nature, Tysie barely made a and a heart murmur with a shrug and a look as if to say
sound except an occasional soft wail in his sleep which “Oh well. What’s for lunch?”

Rest easy now my darling little man. The wonkier he became,
Lots and lots of love always and forever, Mummy x x the more amazing and
perfect he was in our
eyes— regular massages
helped his little legs to hold
up that big sore belly, soft
pillows and blankets to
ease his weary body, and
constant reassurance to
soothe any troubles.

In his absence our comfort
is that at the end he didn’t
have to share his burdens
alone, that my stoic little
Tyson felt close and loved
enough to be able to softly
say…

“Love you Mama and
thank you, but I’ve had
enough. Can I sleep now?”

FOSTER ME: A FOSTER HOME GIVES AN OLD DOGGIE A CHANCE OF ONE ON ONE ATTENTION …..

Claude Poodle x 10yrs Monte Maltese x 12yrs Emmet Maltese x 10yrs Gramps Maltese x 15yrs
7kgs Male Sponsor: “A Male Sponsor: “ Wishing 9.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ I Male Sponsor: “ In loving
gift from our beloved you very good luck in the am wishing you very good memory of Tyson who was
Markey!” Robert & Chris future!” P. Tew luck!” P. Tew so special to us all!” Lucy

10 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

REWARD DOGGIES IN COATS
DEVOTION
9486-3133 THEY ARE ALL JUST TOO CUTE TO BE HOMELESS….

1. Phil Maltese x 5yrs Male Sponsor: “ With lots of love and hugs from Gunther & family!” Rhoda & Brett
2. Sparkle Wiry Terrier x 4yrs 5kgs Female Sponsor: With love from the students at the Sydney School of English
3. Piper Maltese x 13yrs Female Sponsor:“In loving memory of Connor & Polly, who were special!” The Browns
4. Link Staffy x Jack Russell 15mths Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
5. Dre Whippet x 3yrs 10.3kgs Male Sponsor: “ Hoping you find a happy home really soon!” Mike Jamieson
6. Squirtle Jack Russell x 3yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ We hope you find a forever family soon!” Rachel & Andrew
7. Dodger Mini Foxy x 5yrs 6.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ All Dodger needs is somebody to love!” Beth
8. Winston Jack Russell x 8yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you a better home in the future!” Freddie Martin

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 11

CLICK
HERE TO
BOOK!

12 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

DOGGIERESCUE
UNLEASHED AND

DANGEROUS

COMPILED BY ROLAND BRIEFREL

ANIMAL WELFARE

AND THE 2016 Roland Briefrel is an educator and an animal
ELECTION welfare advocate who is not hesitant to speak about
topics for animals who have no voice. He is a long time
supporter of Doggie Rescue.

Most Australians really care about animals and with the 2016 Federal election to be held this year, it is
essential to make animal welfare an election priority. The Australian Government used to be a leader in
animal welfare. That was until 2013 when funding for the Australian Animal Welfare Strategy and animal
welfare science research was withdrawn, departmental and administrative structures removed, and
mechanisms to provide independent advice to the Government were dissolved. Yet the Australian
Government has a key role to play in leading and coordinating progress in the development of animal
welfare policy and standards, scientific research, and national educational initiatives.

Many animal welfare advocates insist that the Australian Further, they go on to say that recently, a meeting of
Government must reinstate its leadership role in animal groups representing a range of animal industries,
welfare and dedicate resources to a new national frame- researchers, the veterinary profession and animal
work. All of us who believe in animal welfare need to welfare organisations called on the Australian
help make national leadership on animal welfare an Government to re-establish its leadership role in animal
election concern for all candidates standing for election welfare.
this year. It is that once in three years opportunity to
have your voice heard loud and clear for the voiceless. The way forward in this area is threefold: firstly, the
Australian government must reinstate its leadership role
National leadership on animal welfare is critical to in animal welfare and dedicate resources to a new
ensure that there is continual improvement, national framework, secondly, the framework must be
co-ordination and consistency across states and one that facilitates expert input and advice to
territories in standards and regulations designed to governments from a broad range of perspectives, seeks
protect animals. According to the RSPCA, the to harmonise animal welfare standards across
International Animal Protection Index recently gave jurisdictions and coordinates research funding to
Australia a “C” grading alongside India and Brazil while improve animal welfare outcomes. Finally, government
New Zealand and the United Kingdom received an “A” departments responsible for developing animal welfare
grading. The index ranks countries around the globe policy must be independent of conflicting institutional
according to their legislation and policy commitments to objectives and appropriately resourced and staffed with
protecting animals. expert animal welfare personnel.

2016 ELECTION COUNTDOWN

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 13

Whatever one’s view is on animal
welfare, there are five essential
principles upon which Australia
ought to base its potential world
leadership:

1. Animals must be recognised as sentient beings Ryley Miller
that deserve our care and respect;

2. Animals have intrinsic value, separate from the
needs of humans, who have a responsibility to
ensure that animals’ rights and welfare are
respected;

3. Humans have a duty of care to minimise physical
and psychological suffering of animals resulting
from human activity;

4. Strong animal welfare standards and laws are
necessary;

5. Native animals and their habitats are at
particular risk and require stringent
protections.

And there’s 27 more 5. An end to the export of live animals for
questions to ask… consumptive purposes;

6. The consideration of Australian animal welfare

In the longer term, it is standards when negotiating relevant trade
important that all political agreements;
parties and independents 7. An end to inhumane farming practices which are
who seek election to the inconsistent with animals’ natural behavioural
Federal parliament, aspire to the following goals, if needs, and a phasing out of intensive farming
we are to regain an “A” grading in the International practices in meat, dairy and egg production;
Animal Protection Index: 8. The development of a comprehensive and
enforceable Australian standard for free-range

farming practices for all agricultural animals,

1. A strong, uniform, properly enforced national which meets community expectations of the

legislative framework for the protection of the definition of “free range”;

welfare of animals, which: 9. A ban on the importation of animal products

a. makes any act of animal cruelty subject to produced by methods which do not accord with

criminal penalties; and Australian animal welfare standards;

b. regulates conditions for the captivity, transport 10. A ban on the importation or exportation of

and slaughter of animals; animals for zoos, except where it will assist the

2. An end to cruel or unnecessary use of animals 11. overall conservation of the species;
for teaching and research purposes; 12. Improved global conservation of habitat for
endangered species through Australia’s trade,
3. The establishment of an independent national diplomatic and aid relations;
regulatory body to provide national oversight An accurate national labelling system for foods
and coordination of animal welfare; and other products identifying cruelty-free,
organic, or free-range products, species-specific
4. Increased community understanding of the fish, and products free from content derived from
impacts of consumer choices on animal welfare habitat destruction, such as palm oil;
and on the environment;

14 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

13. The abolition of the cruel or inhumane use of To allow persons or
animals for sport, recreation or entertainment, organisations other than the
including the use or display of animals in RSPCA the right to fully
circuses; investigate and prosecute
charges relating to animal
14. The most humane, effective means available to welfare in appropriate
be used in the control of introduced species, courts and tribunals;
including humane population management
methods;

15. Research into and development of more humane

methods for the management and control of 21. A ban on whale slaughter and lethal and

introduced species; unnecessary research on whales;

16. Community education on the needs of animals 22. An end to jumps racing;

and our responsibility to minimise any physical, 23. A ban on greyhound racing;

psychological and emotional suffering of animals 24. A ban on recreational shooting of all animals,

caused by human activities, and to maximise including Australian native water birds.

their quality of life; 25. The elimination of all cruel practices in relation to

17. To ensure education programs are in place for the breeding, sale and confinement of native

responsible pet ownership; animals and companion animals;

18. An end to the production and testing of consumer 26. The end of selective breeding that results in

items, including cosmetics and fur, that entail characteristics detrimental to animal health and

cruel or inhumane use of animals or that threaten wellbeing;

species survival; 27. An end to the importation, sale or marketing of

19. A ban on the reprisal killing of sharks. animal-tested cosmetics or cosmetic ingredients.

Whilst this vision of animal welfare is comprehensive and I am sure controversial in some sectors of the community,
it is more than an ambit claim. The way we treat animals reflects how we treat ourselves and our society. We should
all, including our elected representatives, work towards ending unnecessary animal cruelty.

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 15

Visit: petsecure.com.au

16 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

SCRUFFY CAME FROM A
POUND WITH A BROKEN LEG

THE FEATURING OUR BRAVE LITTLE BATTLER
REHABILITATION
CHESTER
Scruffy Shih Tzu 2-3yrs Male
Sponsor: “ A true friend leaves paw http://www.doggierescue.com/donate.htm #oneoff
prints on your heart!” Kara Vassallo
Breed: Lhaso Apso X Age: 7yrs Sex: Male

Chester came from the
pound a month ago.
He could not walk...

Thank you for showing your The vets x rayed his
support and sending love to spine to find the cause
Scruffy as he recovers! Donate via of his problems and for
the past month he has
http://www.doggierescue been on cage rest. He
has been on a strict
.com/donate.htm #oneoff diet and a course of
prednisolone. He is off
the steroids now and
appears to be walking
well but we are
awaiting test results.

CHESTER NEEDS
YOUR HELP!

CLICK Pam, a little 10 year old Pomeranian x came
To meet my from the pound under Duty of Care, meaning
foster family she was not in a fit condition to remain in a
pound environment.
Pam has found a
foster home..Yaaay! Pam had an injured, very infected eye which
needed specialist surgery. It was a very intricate
operation and she is still on a cocktail of eye
creams, antibiotics and pain management and
even though she is recovering well, but slowly.
Granny Pam has now undergone 3 surgeries
and her eye seems to be healing well and she
seems much happier in herself. So far excluding
medications, it has cost Doggie Rescue $2,800
excluding any medication costs.

Please help us to raise funds to cover Pam’s surgery and continue to give her the best of care she deserves.

https://give.everydayhero.com/au/our-oldie-pam-1#/

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 17

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.

CLICK ON THE DOG

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

18 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

OLD FRIENDS P O S T C A R D S

Ralph here!

I just wanted to give you an update on how
my new home is going. Firstly, I have a
new name! I am now known as Teddy, or
Ted for short, as my Mum says when she
picks me up I look like a little teddy bear
side on. Mum keeps telling me she's madly
in love with me, and I'm pretty fond of her
too, I've been following her around a lot
and I get excited when she comes home
from work. I always give her lots of kisses.
I am so thankful to you for rescuing me and
looking after me for so long until my Mum
came to adopt me. She tells me everyday
how much she loves me and how lucky
she is to have me in her life. I am feeling
very loved and special.

Lots of love, Teddy (aka Ralph).

These loveable former residents Dear Monika and Team
may have moved on from 18 months ago I was adopted with
Doggie Rescue but that doesn’t my brother Linus .We are 2 this
mean we have lost touch. Here month and doing well, however I
is the latest news about life in have been just diagnosed with
their new homes from some old, Immune-mediated arthritis. I just
very much loved doggie friends. adore my Mum –and she adores
me!!! Linus just loves everybody
and has a great time no matter
how low he is feeling. While we
chewed a new lounge in the early
days and decided that the door
frames in the lounge room needed
a “bit of decoration” Mum says we
have been very well behaved
lately and are developing into the
most wonderful companions.

Love & licks from Badger
(was Charlie Brown)

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 19

Hi Everyone,

When Mum brought me home for
my ‘cat trial’ over two years ago
now she was so nervous that it
would not work. Well I proved her
sooooo wrong!!!! Do you know that
cats make the greatest cushions
( and so do dogs!), they keep you
warm when the weather is cold. So
all you cat lovers out there don’t be
scared to give a dog a try.

It’s been nice catching up but I
have to go now, my dinner is
ready.

Big licks from Lola ( was MIssy )

Dear Monika,

I have been to the groomers and am
sparkling white now. I have decided
that everything before my Elizabeth
Bay penthouse apartment was just a
bad dream. I had my first visit to a
nursing home last Sunday and was
perfect, I am quite a hit in the building
and already a popular local in the
surrounding parks. Mum also says
I am her ‘little treasure’ and my friend
Rosie loves me!

Also you will note I have
already mastered the most
winning look for my
close-ups!!!!!

Layla Osmond

20 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

A DOG CAN MAKE EXERCISE
LOTS OF FUN!

Did you know…

calories are burned by 1. 2. 3.
a 58-60kgs woman
walking her dog at

about 2.5 mph
(average) in one hour

– even more if you
step it up to jog.

of the coronary heart Burn calories
disease among dog & get healthy!
owners ( according to
a University of Sydney 4. 5. 6.
research study ) could WHY NOT ADOPT AN ACTIVE DOG FOR A FITTER YOU!
be prevented if they
walked their dogs for at
least 150 minutes a
week – broken down
that is less than a half
an hour per day.

1. Button Wiry Terrier x 8yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my dog Pebbles!” Sigrid Lublow
2. Iris Foxy x Whippet 6yrs 7.3kgs Female Sponsors: “In loving memory of Macy girl!” Susan Dorahy
3. Courtney Kelpie x Italian Greyhound 1yr Female Sponsor: With lots of love from Breanna
4. Spike Wiry Terrier 1yr 15.1kgs Male Sponsor: “ Big hugs to a very sweet big boy!” Gail & Nelson
5. Olive Cattle x Staffy 2yrs 15.7kgs Female Sponsor: “Just ‘cause you’re such a pretty girl!” Jane & Romeo
6. Joey Kepie x Foxy 5yrs 8.2kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lily Biesler!” Greg & Amy

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 21
9.
• Who needs a fitness coach when you have Small doggies
a dog? Nothing is more motivational to get make great 10.
moving than a dog’s yearning expression exercise
that says, “Take me out!” People with dogs partners too...
exercise more consistently than dog-free
people -- and the benefits to your long-term DID YOU KNOW?
health are many! First of all, you fit in 20 or People who own
more minutes of solid walking every day, a dogs tend to be more
low-impact exercise that benefits your heart. physically active and
You also get your daily dose of sunshine less obese...
every day, which boosts your mood and
supplies you with vitamin D. And you receive
the uplifting, stress-busting benefits of
being outdoors. What’s not to love?

7. & 8.
COUPLES WHO TRAIN TOGETHER, REMAIN TOGETHER—ADOPT A PAIR!

If you cannot ADOPT a dog then why 24%
not become a VOLUNTEER walker at
DoggieRescue? It’s lots of fun, keeps Of dog owners
you fit & you make many new friends. have more than
Call 9486-3133 for more details.
ONE dog.
11.

7. & 8. Serena 17.9kgs & Venus 18.5kgs Both Staffy x 18mths. Female ( bonded sisters) Sponsors: With lots
of love from Lesley Cansdell & “ In loving memory of Iceberg, who was special!” Henny Simm

9. Pippa Jack Russell x 5yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor:“She’d make a faithful friend!” Claire & Michael
10. Fudge Schnauzer x Maltese 3yrs Male Sponsor: “ Fudge’s sponsorship is my gift to you!” Jeff
11. Ashton Silky x 2yrs Male Sponsor: “ Sending love from Joey & Rosie!” Pat Broderick

OWNING A DOG IS FUN—START ENJOYING YOURSELF TODAY!

22 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Chippy’s 8 Safety
Rhymes for KIDS

& DOGS

Hi Fans,

Check out my Safety Rhymes below
and always respect a doggie…..

NORMA SHOWS HER 1. Get permission from the owner
‘GUMMY’ BIG SMILE! before you pat Homer. Many dogs are
Norma Foxy x 10yrs 5.5kgs Female friendly, but some dogs are not. Make
Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Banjo & sure to ask the owners if their dog is
Clancy - forever remembered!” Love from friendly and if it’s okay for you to pat the dog; and make sure to
Mummy & Daddy, Molly, Mabel & Henry also ask your own parent before you pat somebody else’s dog.

BIG DOGS NEED HOMES TOO 2. Patting under the chin is where you’ll begin. After you have
received permission to pat a dog, you should pat the dog under its
Penny Great Dane x Shepherd 1yr 30kgs chin or on its chest. This way the dog can see where your hand is
Female Sponsor: Lisa Suters, with love... and what you are doing. Many dogs don’t like to be patted on the
top of the head. They might think you are trying to hurt or dominate
them.

3. A dog sniffs your hand in order to understand. A dog’s sense
of smell is much greater than our own. Dogs use this sense of
smell when getting to know newcomers. If a dog smells you to get
to know you, let him sniff the back of your hand. This keeps your
fingers out of the way and doesn’t threaten the dog.

4. If a dog has a bone you must leave him alone. If a dog is
eating or is chewing on a bone or other item, he/she might think
you are going to take it away, which could cause the dog to
protect what it has by growling, snapping or biting.

5. Respecting their space can save your face. It is common
sense to keep a respectable distance between a child's face and
the teeth of a dog or a cat, even if it is the family pet.

6. If you run and shout, it can freak a dog out. The way you
behave can influence the way a dog behaves. If you scream,
shout, run or swing your arms or feet around dogs, they are more
likely to chase or attack you.

7. Whether you’re a girl or a boy, never tease or annoy. If you
are teasing or annoying a dog or a cat, they can’t tell you in words
that they want you to stop; but they can tell you to stop by
growling, biting or scratching.

8. Quiet and slow is the only way to go. If you are scared of a
dog, do not run or scream. It is safer to walk away slowly and
quietly. Calmly walk away, try not to stare into the dog’s eyes.

Stay cool!!! C/u…. The Chip Boy

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 23

What is a DOG trying to tell you?

Since dogs can’t speak the way people talk to each other, they try to share their feelings using their bodies and
voices. Below are some pictures of dogs. Look at their bodies. Can you tell how each one is feeling? When
approaching a doggie look at them before you touch and make sure that they are HAPPY to be patted or cuddled!

AN ANGRY A SCARED A HAPPY
DOG DOG DOG

CLICK HERE FOR
KID SAFE VIDEO:)

THE ANGRY DOG: The THE SCARED DOG: THE HAPPY DOG: You
face alone tells the story. But if always ask before approaching
you look closer, you’ll see all of Sometimes life is scary and this dog a dog, but with permission, you
the stay away signs - the hair & does not feel safe. With the tail could pat this furry friend. The
tail are raised and bristled, legs tucked between the legs or held dog’s tongue is out, tail is up &
are stiff in stance and ears are low and slightly wagging, paw raised, wagging, ears are up & the body
pointed up and forward. This is ears down, and sad eyes all says is relaxed. This is a happy dog.
one angry dog. You should that space is needed. This is a You may approach this dog if
never approach an angry dog. scared dog. You should never the owner is with the dog.
approach a scared dog.

THE DOGGIES PICTURED ABOVE ARE HAPPY DOGGIES!

Bowser Red Cattle x 5yrs Male Sponsor: With thanks to DoggieRescue’s hardworking laundry volunteers!
Tilly Pomeranian x 7yrs 4kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lucky, who was special to me!” Kevin Lynch
Christine Foxy x 6yrs Female Sponsors: “In loving memory of Penny & Lucy!” Hannah
Frederick Kelpie x 7yrs 14.3kgs Male Sponsor:“ Just ‘cause you’re such a very good boy!” Jane & Romeo

24 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

with Oli
& Mufasa

MEET MUFASA

CLICK MORE
HERE PICS

DoggieRescue Kennel Hand Oli tells us about one of his Mufasa is among my favourite canines and I adore our
favourite DR doggies, the gentle giant Mufasa…. short and sweet cuddles (they’re actually quite long,
don’t tell the manager!) His favourite way to spend time
Within our Doggie Rescue family, some people truly is happily lying on his back, scratching his back by
believe that Mufasa is the cross-species reincarnate of rocking his bum side to side with his tail going like
the late great King of Pride Rock. Alike the mighty and windscreen wipers on overdrive. Not to mention the
noble lion, he stands (or sits) with such strength and horizon of a smile whilst I scratch his belly and massage
integrity leaving his fellow inferior humans to bow in his his ears/neck.
presence and shower him with affection and love.
If I had a stable living arrangement and the time to take
This gentle giant is a six-year-old Mastiff x Ridgeback on another family member, I would adopt him in a heart-
male that came to the shelter at a large 36.3kg. Ever beat. However, if you do choose to beat me to it, he will
since day one I, along with many others, have grown to need a large garden for playtime and he is suited to a
love his calm and gentle demeanour and have full time worker or couple.
developed a mutual love for big fat sloppy kisses and
joyful belly rubs ( this big softy is a sucker for short, high Thank you so much for taking the time to read our
pitched remarks such as “Who’s a good boy!”) I am told magazine. People like you are the reason that the whole
attention and affection are new to him and although I do DR family can continue to spread unconditional love to
not know his background, he appears to really appreciate as many beautiful creatures as we can. If you’d like to
the small acts of kindness that us kennel hands and meet Mufasa or any of our gorgeous dogs or cats
volunteers can offer within our hectic daily schedule. please come say hello!

For more details please call 9486-3133 Sponsor: Good luck from the Students at the Sydney School of English

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 25
EVERY DOGGIE NEEDS LOVE!!!!

Khaleesi Staffy x 12mths Female Sponsor: “ Everyone deserves a good life!” Lots of love from Margot Cuthill
Mercedes Rottweiler x 6yrs 33.8kgs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Lucky, Bunny & Yellow!” E. Lin
Jedi Shepherd x 5yrs Male Sponsor: “He’s such a sweetie!” Love from Yvonne, Marina & Jef, Easy Social Media
Turtle Labrador x 4yrs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Roger, Rover & Ross!” Elizabeth Lynch

Rossi Terrier x 4-5yrs Male Sponsor:“Hope you find a loving forever home & family soon!” Convert Advertising
Millie Mini Foxy x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my husband Bill & Brittany!” Doreen Watkins
Holly Staffy x 2yrs Female Sponsors: “Wishing you lots of luck!” Linda, Pat & Pee Wee & remembering Robbie
Bennette Bull Mastiff x Shepherd 4yrs 25.9kgs Female Sponsor: “ From our family of 2 dogs!” Lisa & Greg

Autumn Staffy x Whippet 1yr Female Sponsor: “I have my fingers crossed that you soon find a family!” Patsy Wills
Jax Labrador x Border Collie 4yrs 17.5kgs Male Sponsor:“He’d be a faithful friend 4ever!” Love, Wendy McCathie
Basil Maltese x 12yrs Male Sponsor:“ Hoping the sweetest boy finds his perfect home!” Sam Collins
Andy Rottweiler x 4yrs 28kgs Male Sponsor:“Good luck!” With lots of love from [email protected]

26 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

REWARD JACK RUSSELL X’S
LOVE
PLAYFUL, LOYAL, EASY CARE, DEVOTED & LOTS OF FUN...
9486-3133

Bubbles Jack Russell x 7yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor:“ For my Serbian rescue dogs Nela & Tess!” Lorelei Dowling
Pickles Jack Russell x 9yrs Male Sponsor:“To help him to find a home where he is loved!” Love from Julie McCann
Bryson Jack Russell x 2yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Jessica!” Honey,Bonnie & Marti their Mum
Rossco Jack Russell x Foxy 5yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica

Axle Jack Russell x 7yrs Male Sponsor: “ Hoping you find your soul mate really soon!” Lesley Candsell
Nash Jack Russell x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “ It really must be your turn next!” Nicole Van du Gard, with love.
Chuck Jack Russell x 4yrs 10kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, Floyd & Steffie!” Verena
Gunther Jack Russell x 6yrs 6.9kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of our rescue dog Penny!” Stephanie

Bailey Jack Russell x Pug 1yr 8.3kgs Male Sponsor:“ It’s in the giving that we receive! ” Royce Milmlow
Seb Jack Russell x 6yrs 12.8kgs Male Sponsor: “For all of our Rainbow Bridge Mob!” Love from Colleen & Ron
Arty Jack Russell x 8yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “May you find the love of your life soon!” Marg Iveson
Quinn Jack Russell x Kelpie 6yrs 9kgs Female Sponsor: “In memory of Poppy & Evie & for Sam!” Brenda Harris

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 27
FOLLOW DOGGIERESCUE ON

instagram

Click for VIDEO: Joan with boyfriend Rocky

CLICK
HERE

1.

CLICK 3.
HERE
GET YOUR INSTAGRAM
2. FIX TODAY!

1. Maxwell Jack Russell x 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ Just https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue
‘cause you’re such a good boy!” Jane & Romeo CLICK on our INSTAGRAM APP

2. Cupcake Terrier x 6yrs 9.9kgs Female Sponsor:
“You have a sponsor family & are loved!” Fred & Annie

3. Joan of Arc Staffy x 18mths 22.5kgs Female
Sponsor: “ To help you to start a brand new life!”

28 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

REWARD PLEASE FOSTER US!
LOVE
THESE DOGGIES WOULD BENEFIT GREATLY FROM A FOSTER HOME….
9486-3133

Rosie Shar Pei x Staffy 8yrs 15kgs Female Sponsor: “A gift from our Maxwell!” Good luck from Robert & Chris
Barnaby Cattle Dog x 11yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of dear little Scruffy!” Barbara Morrison
Cookie I/Greyhound x 6yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of Tia & Ian!” Kathryn, Paul & Muffin
Hugo Maltese x Poodle 8yrs 8.4kgs Male Sponsor: “ Best wishes for finding a happy home soon!” Tyerell Allen

Bessie Border Collie x Husky 6yrs 19.5kgs Female Sponsor: With love & hugs from Shona & Narice
Speckles Cattle x Corgi 7yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ Wishing you the very best of luck!” P. Tew
Ember Kelpie x Shepherd 1yr 18kgs Female Sponsor: “ Fingers are crossed for you!” Rosemarie, Monica& Justine
Justin Mini Foxy x 6yrs 7.8kgs Male Sponsor: “In loving memory of our special boy Harry!” Malki & Chandra

Angel English Staffy x 2yrs 14.2kgs Female Sponsor: “ Wishing you lots of good luck!” Lucy Hortense
Squall Foxy x 6yrs 9.4kgs Male Sponsor:“In loving memory of our special dogs Tia & Ian!” Paul & Kathryn & Muffin
Selma Shih Tzu x 8yrs Female Sponsor: “In loving memory of my wonder dog Curtis!” Lee McKerracher
Marbles Foxy x Chihuahua 5yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Ricky!” Malki & Chandra

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 29

ADOPTION UPDATES We catch up with “Max Bruce-Clarke” aka Riley….

“ When we got him home my son showed Max his new bed in
his room and that night their relationship began. I really feel that
Max imprinted on my son Blake. I have never seen a dog love

someone immediately, like Max did with Blake….” Robyn

Hello Readers,

It was the Australia Day long weekend, we had asked to
meet two dogs at Monika’s DoggieRescue. My husband,
16 year old son Blake, our very bossy 13 year old dog
Jessie and myself.

With Jessie being a dominant dog it was important that
any new dog got along. Riley was introduced to Jessie. I
think she fell immediately in love and we had found a
match for our family in Riley ( now called Max ).

Max is coming out of his shell a little bit more everyday
and we are so glad that we adopted him. He and Jessie
love their long bush walks and both adore the beach. He's
a funny boy everyday he makes me laugh. We just love
him and I know he's happy. I wanted to thank Monika and
everyone at DoggieRescue for taking such good care of
Max for 4 of his 6 years.

Robyn Bruce-Clarke

Saving ONE dog will not change the world—But for that ONE dog the world will change forever…..

30 When? JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE Yes, I

Where? I’ll can help!

be there!

THE 5 PART SERIES ABOUT WHAT OUR VOLUNTEERS DO. By Ashley Blair

DOGGIE FEEDING ROLE time one Monday each week to help out with this role
(here’s a shout-out to Cynthia and our busy university
Our doggie feeder volunteers sure are a dedicated, students!).
generous and hard-working bunch. There are two
rostered groups who volunteer on alternate Mondays to There’s no better way to give light to this important
feed our hungry doggies – some even volunteer their volunteer role than to interview Cynthia, Doggie
Rescue’s lead feeder.

Cynthia & Q: Why do you volunteer as a
Bubbles share doggie feeder?
a close bond
Cynthia: Well there are a few
reasons…

• In the 12 years since I have been
doing this, I have not had a cold or
the flu. In my previous working life, I
was always coming down with
bronchitis, pharyngitis…lotsof 'itises.
I am so much healthier.

• Spending time with the dogs is just
magic. It really is hands-on stuff.
Each week, new ones are there and
it's the 'getting to know you' time all
over again.

• Then, there are the long-termers who
have eaten their way into your heart.
With me, it's Bubbles ( pictured at
left ), Maxwell and Joey. None of
them would match with my existing
dog family (all from Doggie Rescue)
so I can't take them home...but I can
give them a bit of myself every Mon-
day and let them know that they are
LOVED. That’s so important to me.

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 31

Q: How did you get started as a doggie feeder go in and feed with the assistance of a kennel hand.
volunteer? Where the dogs are in groups, it is all completely safe
for both dogs and feeders. The dogs are all put onto
Cynthia: I have been feeding at Doggie Rescue now leads with a metre or so of their own space so that they
for exactly 12 years. In that time I've had a couple of can enjoy their meal without annoyance.
holidays, hand surgery and a fractured wrist...and
those have been the ONLY reasons that I have missed Frequently, some of the new dogs need hand-feeding
a Monday's feeding. When I retired, it was my promise or even tinned food because that's what they have
to myself to work for the RSPCA...but they didn't have been used to in their previous lives. We also have a
a volunteering program at the time. Eventually, I found mix of cooked chicken and rice for those with more
Doggie Rescue and finally got my hands-on doggy delicate stomachs. When all the dogs have had their
experience. meal, it's clean-up time.

Q: What does this role entail? So, if you have a couple of hours to spare once a
week, fortnight...or...month, why not give some love
Cynthia: The first task is to mix all the food: 5 tubs of (and food) to some very special fur-people?
raw chicken mince and 2 rice cookers of Basmati rice. And...make some new dog-loving friends at the same
Once the kennel hands have organised the dogs, we time. Honestly, it's a really wonderful experience.

Keen to help out and are free every second Monday? Our doggies would love nothing more
than for you to give them love, affection, and some yummy food! Send through an email to Shirley
Hamilton [email protected] who is the feeding co-ordinator, for more information.

CLICK HERE TO SEE A LIST OF VOLUNTEER JOBS

32 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

FEATURING 6 LOVEABLE CLICK
ME
BONDED PAIRS

Marty Foxy x 8yrs 5.5kgs Male & Margy Foxy x 8yrs Kylie Jack Russell x 8yrs 5.5kgs & Dannii Jack
4.9kgs Female (bonded pair) Sponsors: In loving Russell x 8yrs 3.9kgs Females (bonded sisters)
memory of Minnie!” Marika Camilleri & Just ’cause Sponsors:“ With love & tail wags!” Lopez (ex DR dog),
you’re such a very good girl!” Jane & Romeo Chilli & Tess & Sending love from Martha Pavlakis

Ruby Kelpie x Shar Pei 18mths & Tanami Kelpie x Honey Maltese x 8yrs Female & Molly Shih Tzu x
Shepherd 18mths (bonded sisters) Sponsors: “A 8yrs Female (bonded pair from a deceased estate)
sweetie who melts your heart!” Kylee-Jan Ervine & “In Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Elle who was very
loving memory of Rusty & Natasha!” Barry & Jessica special to us both!” Bill & Joan Collins

Jenny Maltese x Lhasa Apso 8yrs 5.3kgs Female & Jodie Foxie x Dachshund 6yrs Female & Jules
Humphrey Lhasa Apso x 6yrs 7.2kgs Male (bonded Terrier x Pug 6yrs Male (our domestic violence family
pair) Sponsor:“In loving memory of ex Doggie Rescue dogs )Sponsors: “ To help them find a happy home like
doggie Ted and for Sam!” Alison Skinner Napoleon’s!” Jackson & “ Better luck soon!” Jodie Finch

“WHY NOT ADOPT TWO DOGS? THEY ARE TWICE THE LOVE & COMPANIONSHIP!”
SEE ALL DOGGIERESCUE’S BONDED PAIRS http://www.doggierescue.com/adoptadog_pairs.htm

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 33

“ MAEKO ”

Loving being the centre of
attention on his humans
special day…

CLICK FOR
MORE
PICS

Scott Surplice Photography
www.scottsurplice.com.au

If I wasn’t me I’d like to be - a professional bodyguard, The food that makes me drool is - Food! Food, food,
nobody would get near my clients....even if they had no food (pretty much anything, preferably something I've
intention of doing so! found on the street). I just love food….
If I could wish fleas on someone it would be - the Vet If I impersonated a famous star I’d be - probably
(even though she is always so nice to me!) easier to ask who wants to be ME (DR movie!)
When I heard I was to star in DoggieRescue My favourite place in the world is - when I find that
magazine I – ticked another box - first the calendar, now piece of carpet,or grass and I can rolllllll all day long!
the magazine, all that's left now is the DR movie!! It took a while but I was finally trained – when I
My relationship with other dogs is – not too bad, realised I could accidentally lock myself in the bathroom!!
although those uppity young dogs often need a stern My greatest achievement is – that morning when
talking to. The ones I hate most are those feline dogs!! Kochie and co. were on Maeko (and Monika's) Morning
I wish I could - catch those uppity young dogs! They are Murmurs on Channel 7. Anyone want an autograph?
way too fast - or is it that my legs are way too slow? My nickname is - Old Grump
My tail wags most when- Food! Food, food, food…wait, My family says I have taught them– not put any
is that a sandwich bag with Schmackos in it? Yum!!! food.....Food! Food -food - food....where was I? Oh yes,
I hate to whine but- how much does it suck to walk no food where I can climb on things to access.
when it rains?? I live in an apartment so I'm only outside My happiest moments are– easy - once my bath is
about an hour everyday, rain some other time please!! finished! Longest time till next bath—I hope!!!!
I often wonder- Where does the ball go when they throw My proudest day – when my humans got married! I
it? I swear they throw it, but I can never find it ... looked so adorable everyone wanted to photograph me.

34 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

News & gossip
direct from the
dog’s mouth...

BUD ENJOYS A JUNIOR DR Oska’s plight in a Lithgow pound

VOLUNTEER’S ATTENTION!!! reached New York!

STORY NEXT ISSUE

I love DoggieRescue had a call from
cuddles:) a man in New York desperate
not to let this poor dog die.
NOW ADOPTED Oska had a life a misery on a
chain but Ryan in New York
Bud Chihuahua x Pomeranian 7-8yrs was not letting him die there.
Male Sponsor:“Wishing you a very happy He was searching around
47th birthday Ray!” Nilawati Sudiarta Australia for help.

MEET OUR PAGE 40 GIRLS... We were blown away by the
commitment that Ryan had for
this dog despite not being able to
adopt the dog himself. Special
thanks in helping to save Oska
also goes to Rachael Brady, we
think you are an AWESOME :)

ROMANCE OF THE MONTH

1. Stella Mini Foxy x 6yrs Female Melody Kelpie x Foxy 2yrs Female Sponsor: “Wishing you lots of
Sponsor: “In loving memory of Ralph, good luck!” Susan Gerber & her best friend... Barney Foxy x 2yrs
Floyd & Steffie!” Verena Male Sponsor: “Because you deserve love!” Daniela Versace

2. Nellie Foxy x 10yrs Female Sponsor:
“It will be a lucky family who adopts
you!” Rachel & Andrew

3. Winnie Schnauzer x 4yrs Female
Sponsor: “ Sending you lots of love you
sweet girl!” Jane and her fur kids

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 35

Belly rub WHAT A CLEVER BOY:)
pose...

Champ Pomeranian x 8yrs 4.8kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Evie & Poppy & for Sam!” Brenda Harris, with love.

FACEBOOK FAVOURITES…
https://www.facebook.com/doggierescue

Ex DR boy Obi waiting for his insulin injection
knowing he receives yummy treats afterwards.

MEET MY NEW MUM!!!

Daisy, with her friend DR Volunteer Keryn, celebrated
when Doggie Rescue got to over 17,000 facebook likes!

Daisy English Staffy x 6yrs 14kgs Female
Sponsor: “Wishing you luck!” Darren Needham-Walker

IN MEMORIUM What a difference a month makes with Puddles
now enjoying all the love that a family brings:)
~ HELEN INGOLD ~

It is with much sadness that we have heard the
passing of a kind supporter and long time friend
of DoggieRescue. Helen Ingold had sponsored a
dog for well over a decade and lived for her own
beloved doggies Joey & Lily. She will be greatly

missed by those who knew and loved her….

36 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

Getting your dog used to being
handled is both a practicality
and a necessity of ownership.
It makes grooming and a visit to
the vet easier, and it also offers
you and your dog huge benefits.

Dr Deirdre (Dee) Clack COMPILED BY DEIRDRE CLACK
BVSc (hons).

The Cottage Animal Hospital
Ph: 9890 7220

Throughout your dog’s life there are many situations in which he will be touched or handled by people he is not
familiar with. Your vet will have to be able to examine and check him ( eg. teeth, feet, eyes, ears ) at least once a
year, and be able to administer treatment and it is important that if possible you teach him how to behave from the
start, rather than allowing problems to develop which can cause much stress for both you and your dog.

VISITS TO THE VET

Understandably a visit to the vets can be an
overwhelming experience for your dog, as things
that happen at the vet can be unpleasant and
build up a negative association for return visits.

Your dog will encounter an unfamiliar
environment, and unfamiliar dogs and people, as
well as being examined and having his injections.
However if you prepare your dog for these sorts
of experiences then you are much less likely to
come up against handling problems later on.

Get your dog accustomed to being handled by Vet nurse Therese with a happy client, Buddy
you and different people in your home,
progressing to handling sessions in other Why don't you bring your dog to visit us before he needs
locations, such as the garden or local park. any treatment, so we can get to know him as a friend,
handling him and using food treats. If your dog has positive
At The Cottage Animal Hospital we will help you experiences at the vet, then when you need to take him for
as much as we can with your dog, as we are vaccinations or treatment, you might even find him looking
aware that dogs that have good initial experiences forward to it!
at vets are less stressed and much easier to
handle, examine and treat later on. Please call us on 9890 7220 or see our website at
www.cottageanimalhospital.com.au

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 37

CLICK HERE

38 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

At DoggieRescue our doggies come in all breeds, colours, shapes, sizes & ages...

Bowie Labrador x Cattle Rocky Kelpie x 11mths Blaze Cattle x Staffy 2yrs Phantom Staffy x 2yrs
6mths Female Sponsor: Male Sponsor: “ Sending 15kgs Male Sponsor: “ In Male Sponsor Mummy
“Love & get well wishes!” you love with fingers loving memory of my boy Karen & Kezi, Sherry &
Tilly, Jasper & Karen crossed!” Erin Salmon Sam!” Valerie Rodgers Spot Trafford

Truffle Maltese x 10yrs Jim Mini Foxy x Italian Cheddar Tenterfield Charlie Mini Pinscher x
5kgs Male Sponsor: “ In Greyhound 9yrs Male Terrier 8yrs 6kgs Male 8yrs Male Sponsor: “ My
memory & as a tribute to Sponsor: “In loving memory Sponsor: Lots of love fingers are crossed for a
Mouse!” A group of friends of Elle!” Malki & Chandra from Susan Cassidy forever home!” Meaghan

Jasmine Foxy x 10yrs Russell Silky Terrier x Siska English Staffy x Celene Maltese x Mini
Female Sponsor: “In loving 10yrs Male Sponsor: “For
memory of my husband the lovely Lily & the joyous 10yrs 17kgs Female Foxy 10yrs 4kgs Female
Les!” Noreen Jenna!” Lisa Kane
Sponsor: “ For my dogs Nela Celene is blind Sponsor:

& Tess!” Lorelei Dowling With love from Sylvia Raye

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 39

But they have one COMMON DENOMINATOR—They have ALL been ABANDONED!!!

Skip Foxy x 3yrs 8kgs Batman Mastiff x 3yrs Male Dusty Kelpie x Corgi 3yrs Drake Foxy x 5yrs Male
Male Sponsor:“In loving
memory of Sybil & Jed, 2 Sponsor: “ Just ‘cause 10.8kgs Male Sponsor: Sponsor: “ To help you
strays!” Janet & Richard
you’re such a good boy!” “ For my dogs Nela & Tess!” find the loving home you

Jane & Romeo Lorelei Dowling deserve!” Pam Robson

Nikita Corgi x Sheltie 8yrs Comet English Staffy Zelda Staffy x Foxy 8yrs Willow Ridgeback x Staffy
9.8kgs Female Sponsor:“ A 9yrs 16kgs Male Sponsor: Female Sponsor:“ In loving 6yrs Female Sponsor:“Sweet
loving home is coming very “It’s in the giving that we memory of Rusty, Tasha girl, the life you deserve starts
soon!” Tony Suters receive!” Royce Milmlow & Sam!” Robert Nauta now!” Barbara Holdsworth

Hazel Shih Tzu x 10yrs Bruce Mini Pinscher Buttercup Foxy 11yrs Husk Pomeranian x 12yrs
Female Sponsor:“In loving 11yrs 9kgs Male Sponsor: Female Sponsor: With lots Male Sponsor: “ In loving
memory of Jess & Jody!” “ Love and luck sent your of love from the 4 Kane memory of our beautiful
Michele & Steve Tamassy way!” Convert Advertising Kitties Fantasia!” Emma Curtin

40 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

REWARD FLUFFS & SCRUFFS
LOVE
LONG HAIRED DOGS NEED COMMITTED OWNERS!
9486-3133

Dezzy Maltese x 3yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “With love from ex DR doggies Kipling, Digby & Marlow!” Catherine
Saffy Maltese x 8yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of my ex DR doggie, dear little Crunchie!” Cathy Beer
Jaxson Spaniel x Spitz 9yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor:“Good things are coming to you really soon!” Jody Redler
Pearl Silky x 10yrs Female Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Connor & Polly!” The Browns

Hogan Cairn Terrier x 10yrs Male Sponsor: “ Hey mate, my paws are crossed you find your family!”George Coleman
Cole Border Terrier x 4yrs 6kgs Male Sponsor: “He needs love & time for his personality to show!”Janice, Volunteer
Angus Aussie Terrier x 5yrs 8kgs Male Sponsor: “Wishing you a happy home—it’s about time!” Lesley Cansdell
Rex Schnauzer x Terrier 1yr 10kgs Male Sponsor: “ In loving memory of Sheba, who was special!” Louise Dowd

Harry Terrier x 6yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor:“To give you a much better chance finding a home & family!” Joan & John
Wiggles Maltese x 4-5yrs 5kgs Male Sponsor: “Ex DR doggie Woody’s way of saying thanks!” from Tracy Fay
Leo Maltese x 3yrs 5.4kgs Male Sponsor:“ Wishing you very good luck finding your forever home!” P.Tew
Skittles Tibetan Spaniel x 5yrs Male Sponsor:“A happy life is just around the corner!” love from Kylie Gray

JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE 41

Phone : 02 8250 1442 www.facebook.com/Horse-Rescue-Australia-384873108392
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.horserescue.com.au

42 JUNE 2016 DOGGIERESCUE.COM MAGAZINE

1.

Who are we?
See page 34...

2.
3.

Express your love and commitment to the doggies who no one else cares about!
With your regular monthly contribution our life-saving work will continue….

BECOME A DOGGIERESCUE LIFESAVER

In 2013-2014 year 27,438 dogs & cats were destroyed in pounds & at the RSPCA in
NSW alone. DoggieRescue is dedicated to saving these precious lives. Operating
as a charity for 15 years we have rescued over 11,600 dogs from council pounds.
DoggieRescue is dedicated to saving precious lives. These dogs receive immediate
medical care, are de-sexed, vaccinated and micro-chipped and await a loving family at our shelter,
“Doggie Wood” at Ingleside. We are a “no-kill” shelter. Our commitment to these dogs is for the rest of
their lives. Our running costs are considerable and increasing. We receive no government funding and
rely exclusively on donations. In this economic climate our need for support has never been greater….

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

to the expansion of our program – there are thousands more lives to be saved!
For more information please visit our website!


Click to View FlipBook Version
Previous Book
Secret Seven Mystery - educatora.in
Next Book
IICfjornas' gpring: %ice anb toe - Limerick.ie