OTHER WAYS TO HELP...
If you are unable to foster or volunteer directly but are still looking for a way in which to help DoggieRescue, you may be able to assist with the donation of goods listed below, to make the lives of our doggies and carers a little easier.
If you can help out with any of the items listed below, we’d love to hear from you!
Our current wish list items – updated 11th October 2023
- Fish Oil capsules
- Medium / Large disposable latex gloves
- Cleaning Products – Laundry Powder / Laundry Liquid; disinfectant; Dishwashing Liquid
- Ikea Laundry Bags
- Hemp Oil for pets
- Splash Pools for cooling off!
- Treats for the doggies! We especially need chews for the dogs to chew overnight such as pigs ears, hooves, antlers (no rawhide please).
- Toilet paper
- Washing line pegs
- Heavy duty garbage bags – large sizes
- Ikea/Bunnings shopping bags for laundry
- Eucalyptus oil for cleaning
- Laundry powder / liquid (better for top loaders)
- WD 40
- Methylated Spirits
- Poopa Scoopa with long arm
- Fencing panels eg pool fencing
- Colourbond sheets
- Poo trolley (crate on wheels)
- Dog fencing wire (small diameter)
- Heavy duty trampoline beds
- new and good condition 2nd hand dog toys
- new and good condition 2nd hand soft sided dog beds – all sizes but particularly small
- Kongs – new & used
- Interactive food toys
- Polar fleece for our dogs bedding, large sizes – so soft and warm (and quick to wash and dry!)
- Hills Prescription Diet i/d (Tins)
- Fish oil capsules (any brand)
- Veggies for doggie dinner eg carrots, potato, sweet potato, broccoli, apples, pumpkin, turnips, zucchini etc
- Puppy milk (lactose free) – Available from many supermarkets, vets, or larger pet shops
- Raw bones
- Flat durable dinner plates
- New or washed un-cancelled stamps to reduce our postage costs
- Cable ties
- Perspex sheeting
- Micropore tape
- Sticky crepe bandages
- Gauze swabs
- Heartworm and flea products
- Flea and tick products like NexGard and Bravecto
- NexGard Spectra for Dogs over 25 kilo
What we CANNOT use (and costs us money to dispose of)
- Sheets/doonas/pillow slips/heavy blankets/quilts/towels (we have enough)
- dog accessories, coats and toys in poor condition.
There are millions of pets in Australia and the majority of them spend their entire lives in kind and loving homes where they are treated as one of the family.
Some pets though are not as lucky. Whether they are carelessly lost or cruelly abandoned, DoggieRescue.com provides a lifeline for hundred of dogs, cats, rabbit and guinea pigs every year. It is for these unfortunate animals that DoggieRescue.com exists.
DoggieRescue.com gives all these ex-pound dogs a second chance in life.
Despite providing this service DoggieRescue.com receives no public funding, relying entirely on public donations. It costs over $1m per year to run DoggieRescue.com.
Legacies are very important to our current income, and this page will tell you how you can help by leaving a legacy in your Will for the pets who will find their way to us in the future. (Of course, while you’re thinking about this important issue, why not consider making an online donation or buying some of our fabulous merchandise. Every little bit helps you know!!)
Why you should put your affairs in order
It is not always easy to think about making your Will, but it is the only way you can be absolutely sure that your Estate will pass to those who you wish to benefit and that you can choose the person who will look after your affairs. By leaving clear and precise instructions about the disposal of your Estate, you will also save your loved ones from unnecessary distress at a time when they are least able to cope with it.
In case you are still not convinced ….
If you do not leave a valid Will, you are said to die ‘intestate’. Your estate will be divided according to legislation. No part of your estate will go to a charity if you die intestate, so whatever you may have ‘said’ about leaving a gift to a charity, the only way to ensure this will happen is by including a bequest to the charity in your Will.
If you would like to leave a legacy to DoggieRescue you can include the following paragraph when making or updating your Will :
“I leave $ _______ to DoggieRescue.com ABN 49 098 918 471 for its general purposes and I direct that the receipt of the secretary, treasurer, or other proper officer of that organization is a sufficient receipt for my Trustee and that my Trustee is not obliged to see to the application of this bequest.”
The above wording may need to be adapted for your particular circumstances. For example you may wish to leave a percentage of your assets to DoggieRescue.com rather than a lump sum, or perhaps a particular valuable asset, such as shares, an antique, or real estate.
You should seek legal advice before using it.
Thank you for supporting DoggieRescue. If you are considering leaving a bequest to DoggieRescue.com or you would like any further information do not hesitate to contact us on (Phone) 0429 0444 84 or by e-mail Monika@DoggieRescue.com.au.View the List
Making a One off Donation
We welcome one-off tax-deductible donations at any time.
The best way is to donate on-line using your credit card, but we also welcome direct credits to our account or even cheques.
Leaving a Bequest
There are millions of pets in Australia and the majority of them spend their entire lives in kind and loving homes where they are treated as one of the family. Some pets though are not as lucky. Whether they are carelessly lost or cruelly abandoned, DoggieRescue.com provides a lifeline for many hundreds of pets every year. It is for these unfortunate animals that DoggieRescue.com exists.
DoggieRescue.com gives all these pets a second chance in life. Despite providing this service DoggieRescue.com receives no public funding, relying entirely on public donations. It costs over $1m per year to run DoggieRescue.com.
Legacies are very important to our current income, and this page will tell you how you can help by leaving a legacy in your Will for the pets who will find their way to us in the future.