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MONJOIE BICHON FRISE
MONJOIE BICHON FRISE
Delrunda Pomeranians was established in 1975. We are a small kennel, usually housing about 20 dogs and dedicated to breeding for type, temperament and soundness.
Breton Mastiffs.Breeders and Exhibitors Of Top Winning English Mastiffs and Importers,Exhibitors and Breeders Of Australias First Pyrenean Mastiffs.
Welcome to DCH Animal Adoptions - Dog, Cat & Horse Rescue
We rescue animals from Pounds & Shelters across Sydney. Mostly larger breed dogs & puppies, as well as horses, cats and other domestic animals.
DOG in MELBOURNE victoria
DOG, CAT CLIPPING, GROOMING; BERWICK OBEDIENCE DOG CLUB. AUS VICTORIA-VIC 3805 MELBOURNE-NARRE WARREN, MCKENZIE LANE. DOG TRAINING ...
Tasmanian Canine Association
8 Jul 2010 ... Welcome to the Tasmanian Canine Association Inc (TCA Inc) the organisation which administers all pure-bred canine activities in this State. ...
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Councils face big legal fees over banned dog laws - The Age
Councils face big legal fees over banned dog laws
The laws are ''a dog's breakfast'', said Monash mayor Geoff Lake. ''These laws are clumsy, unscientific and subjective. It's unsatisfactory from a council point of view, dog owners are being denied fundamental justice and fairness and it leaves the ...
Banned dog laws costing councils
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Dogs on death row - The Age
Dogs on death row
In Victoria, some dogs are more equal than others. Depending on a dog's postcode and the tenacity of its owner, a dog that bites might get off scot-free or it might be put down. Meanwhile, it can spend months in a pound awaiting its fate, with its ...
Dog attacks on seeing-eye dogs are a terrifying problem - Gladstone Observer
Dog attacks on seeing-eye dogs are a terrifying problem
FOR the human half of a seeing-eye dog team, there are two scary things in life. The first is the sound of screeching car brakes. The second is the sound of an aggressive dog. Dog attacks on seeing-eye dogs are a major problem, with three guide dogs ...
Banyule Council rangers investigate Greensborough dog attack in which 14 ... - Herald Sun
Banyule Council rangers investigate Greensborough dog attack in which 14 ...
His owner, who didn't want to be named, said she did not want Mickey to die in vain and pleaded with the council to enforce its dog-leash laws better. She said she was scared the same dogs could go after her elderly dog, grandchildren or a child at the ...
Dogs get a dose of the Blues - The Age
Dogs get a dose of the Blues
Dogs get a dose of the Blues (01:29). Carlton thrash the Western Bulldogs by 28 points in a twilight Sunday match at Etihad Stadium. 21/04/14. AFL: Blues lose Judd in daring win. MH370: Malaysia to issue death certificates (Video Thumbnail). Up next.
Mamo has chance to enhance credentials against Dogs - Newcastle Herald
Mamo has chance to enhance credentials against Dogs
ROOKIE winger Jake Mamo has retained his place for Newcastle's game against Canterbury at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night after passing his first test against Brisbane last Friday. The 19-year-old Central Coast junior did not look out of place in his NRL ...
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Fifita camp out to air Dogs' dealings - Sydney Morning Herald
Fifita camp out to air Dogs' dealings
Sydney Morning Herald
The Dogs then took nearly three weeks to produce the actual contract which left Fifita at least $1.6 million out of pocket. This matter can't be swept under the carpet by the NRL - Fifita's management group will not let that happen. This column's ...
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Enemy: Dogs to bite back - Adelaide Crows
Adelaide CrowsEnemy: Dogs to bite back
The Bulldogs fell to Carlton in Round Five by 28 points in a matchup the Dogs were warm favourites to win. A high-risk offensive onslaught from the Blues, who had lost their previous four matches, saw the Bulldogs wilt and fall to 15th on the AFL Ladder.
Dogs upbeat Dale Morris ready to return
Dogs under pressure now, says McCartney
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