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Great Treats for Great Mates!
Need special dietary treats? Shouting a party?
Need a birthday cake? Nothing is too extraordinary for us!!!
The PAWfect treat for your PAWfect friend!
Make your order today at www.halodogzone.co.nz
Home-made dog treats that
contain NO preservatives, added sugar,
salt or bulking products!
Is your dog suffering from arthritis, has difficulties rising from a resting
position or has other mobility issues?
Have you noticed that something is not right and you would love to know
what they're trying to tell us?
Are you looking for a drug-free option to support the healing process
of an injury or after a surgery? Diana Staudt, CMT
Please ask your vet about our service or
talk to us direct about how we may help.
tele: 03 489 2274
From parrots to
mice to mastiffs
When you have to say goodbye
We offer you a dignified pet cremation service
with understanding and compassion
HEAVEN SENT PET CREMATIONS
Cnr Deveron & Spey Sts
Ph/Fax: 03 214 3455
We Have Moved
along the street to a
bigger & brighter store
on the corner of
Deveron & Spey Sts
Come and check us out.
We make leads, harnesses and all
things to fit your dog
We make socks hats and gloves to order!
Husky Merino wool, nice and warm.
things to fit your dog
ake socks hats and glov
• Toys • Walking belts • Put your name
or the dogs name and/or phone number
on our products • Lots of colours to choose from
Go to www.horanapets.co.nz
Age: 9 months
Breed: Collie x
Colour: Brown and white
Description: Tannis is an active,
full of life wee girl who loves to play and is very clever.
Tannis would make an awesome agility dog. She is
great with other dogs and kids and loves nothing
better than a big rub on her belly.
Age: 12 months approx
Breed: American Staffy x (maybe Great Dane)
Colour: Black and white
Description: Buddy is a big dog with a lovely
temperament. He gets on really well with other dogs,
people, cats and horses. He has good play and food
drive and responds very well to motivational training
methods. He is learning to walk nicely on the lead
and he has learned a few simple tricks. He needs an
experienced owner and a fully fenced secure property.
Age: 9 months approx
Breed: Staffy x
Colour: Dark brindle with white markings
Description: Macey is a very sweet dog
who has loads of character and is good with
other dogs, cats and kids.
Phone 486 2311 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rescued dogs available from Dog Rescue Dunedin
Peanut and Ginger fit
purrrrfectly into their bed
keeping an eye out
Rusty and Tinker
snuggling up by the fire
DOG RESCUE DUNEDIN -- NOW A CHARITABLE TRUST!
Dunedin Dog Rescue officially began on 9th Dec, 2011 by Dr Jo Pollard.
Dogs picked up by Animal Control only have seven days in which to be
claimed. Unclaimed dogs are available to the public for $100 but only a
minority of dogs find homes this way.
The rest are "put down". For years the Otago SPCA took in many of these
dogs but it has had a change of policy.
Dunedin Dog Rescue has been set up to rescue these condemned
dogs by providing veterinary care, food and home-based foster care,
and advertising them until they find their "forever homes". Each time
resources allow and a fosterer is available, another condemned pound
dog is rescued.
DONATE Donations are used for used for registration and microchipping,
standard vet procedures (health check, vaccination, desexing), food,
training, transporting and advertising.
Dog Rescue Dunedin's activities are ONLY funded by donations from the
public. Please support us. Any donation is very much appreciated and will
help save another dog.
You can make a Bank Deposit directly into our account
or set up an automatic payment via your bank- $2 a week would be very
helpful! - account details available from our website
WAYS YOU CAN HELP
Do you love dogs? There are several ways you can help!
Sponsor a Dog -- Adopt a Dog -- Make a Donation -- Foster a Dog
Find us on Facebook and Trade Me!
HALO DOG ZONE -- QUEENSTOWN
Just like people, animals can benefit from alternative, drug-free therapies
to support rehabilitation of injuries and surgical procedures.
Halo Dog Zone Canine Rehabilitation Specialist Diana Staudt is a member
of the Small Animal and Equine Naturopathic Association Inc. of Australia.
The qualified canine massage therapist uses massage to support muscles
for rehabilitation and relaxation, craniosacral therapy to release stress
and traumas and, like Dr Dolittle, can communicate with animals.
With her wide range of therapies, Diana can discuss treatments with your
vet to ensure continuity of care and offers only the best rehabilitation
plan to suit your dog.
Diana is also well known for her healthy and appetizing home-made dog
treats. Available in many flavours and combinations, they are 'pawfect' to
spoil your dog in a healthy way.
>> Picture of Diana and Monty
Monty, a Great Dane x Chocolate
Labrador who had a TTO surgery
(triple tibial ostoetomy) on his left
hin leg a few weeks ago.
IN YOUR PET
Just like people our pets need to have
good oral care to keep the teeth and gums healthy throughout their life.
Often dental disease in our pets is not noticed until it is very advanced.
Dental disease affects many cats and dogs causing pain, bad breath, a
build up of yellow tartar, inflamed gums (gingivitis), bleeding gums, tooth
loss, loss of appetite, grumpy behaviour and dribbling. If left untreated,
the bacteria and toxins produced by dental disease can lead to kidney,
liver and heart disease.
Factors that contribute to dental disease include poor diet, old age, micro-
organisms, and poor oral hygiene. Some breeds are more susceptible to
dental disease such as small breed dogs and Abyssinian cats.
Soft food such as dog roll and some jelly-meats are sticky and lead to a
rapid plaque build upon your pet's teeth. These foods also do not need to
be thoroughly chewed by you pet so they don't work the teeth as desired.
High quality dental diets and chews are available at 'Pets n Vets' which
are designed to treat and prevent dental disease. These dental diets
act in two ways. They are often a larger than normal biscuit which act
mechanically to break down the tartar on the outside of the tooth. Some
also are composed chemically to fight tartar and prevent further buildup.
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