To all the Staff at Shenton Refuge - we would like to say how lucky we are to have such a beautiful gift in our lives that is Queenie.
Abe came from Shenton Park 10 years ago. He was a bit of a famous resident because he'd been there a year and because a pitbull was not expected to be rehoused.
To all the pups and volunteers at Shenton Park,
Hello from Oscar! (formerly Kirk) – photo attached.
Looking for a Valentines gift that also supports a great cause? Instead of chocolates or flowers, why not make a donation to the Dogs' Refuge Home on behalf of your loved one? It is the pawfect gift for the dog lover.
I have another update for you on Dougal who I was lucky enough to adopt in October 2011. He is well & a pleasure to be with.
Dear Furry Friends and Friendly Volunteers. Hi there I hope this finds you all wet nosed and barking. I wonder if you remember me? My name “was” Diva whilst I stayed with you all at the refuge. I just thought I’d drop you a line to let you know how things are going.
Sheldon (before known as Axe) has been with us since August 2011...As a puppy he was a little shy and reserved but that all got sorted out at puppy school where he meet lots of nice friends and learnt how to socialise and a few tricks.
The Dogs’ Refuge Home is urging all pet owners to please leave your dog at home and inside with plenty of fresh water this Australia Day evening. Fireworks are extremely stressful to dogs and cause them to jump fences and run. The day after Australia Day is the busiest day for the pounds. Unfortunately, many dogs never make it to the pounds and are never seen again.
Also, please remember that dogs cannot last for more than ten minutes confined in a car in the weather we are currently having – even with the car windows down! Please leave your faithful companion at home this week, with plenty of shade and lots of water.