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Interview with Monika Biernacki (Pittwater Online News)

Readers were happy to hear the great news that Sydney’s largest NO KILL animal welfare organisation Doggie Rescue, had reached a new milestone and had saved 12,000 dogs from death row, re-homing each of them with loving families. That is 12,000 healthy, loving creatures who would otherwise have faced certain death and become a statistic.…

Dogs and cats forgotten in work upheaval

AS SYDNEY emerges from yet another round of lockdowns, animal shelters are reminding people that pets are for life, not just for the pandemic. Last year’s lockdown led to a documented surge in the number of Australians adopting pets as a cure to isolation-induced boredom and loneliness. But as restrictions eased, shelters around NSW reported…

Meet the woman saving Sydney’s abandoned dog population

Most of us are aware of the plight facing pound dogs. Each year, hundreds of thousands of animals are abandoned to shelters or the streets. Left alone and facing a potential death sentence, the future for these unloved pooches is uncertain and bleak. Thankfully, a handful of selfless individuals across the country are offering glimmers…

Number of unwanted dogs spike around New Year period

Animal welfare rescue groups say they are adopting out more dogs around the New Year period, but they are also rescuing just as many from council pound kill lists. Click here to watch the video

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