A week before Christmas it came to our attention that a rural northern NSW pound had a little black kelpie that would be put to sleep at 10am the following morning if a rescue didn’t come forward. Farmdogz to the rescue! A save was quickly placed on her, transport and local kennelling frantically arranged, until
The night before Christmas – The Kelpie Version -written by our wonderful and very clever foster carer Fran Lennox Twas the night before Christmas, and asleep were the dogs Not a creature was stirring, not even a frog. The stockings were hung where Red couldn’t eat And young Harry was snoring, asleep on my feet
After many years of begging from the children, mum and dad finally believed the children were now responsible enough to welcome their newest furry family member into their home…. Enter Sandy, our beautiful Kelpie X staffy we rescued from death row, with only hours left to live, from a rural pound in NSW. It was
9 year old Razzle Dazzle (Razzie to her friends) used to spend most of her days tied up inside the old cow shed, after her family no longer had the time for her. She had 3 litters at 4, 5 and 7 years old, due to being left outside with an undesexed dog. When she
Some things are just meant to be….Huey was originally rescued from South Australia and our team of dedicated volunteers met half way to transport him, to his foster carers Wayne and Fran in Victoria. It was on a road-trip recently to visit Wayne and Fran’s family in South Australia, that Huey decided that this was
We are pleased to report that Winnie has found herself an awesome home on 40 acres with 40 sheep to chase. It was love at first sight for both Winnie and her new family! Go get em Winnie, have a great life!
We are so happy to report that our beautiful Jazz has found her very loving and forever home. Jazz now lives one block from the beach and can also look forward to plenty of runs in the local dog parks and long bike rides ahead. Jazz’s new family reports “Jazz is doing great, she is
Check out the DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD of our very own Farmdogz Youth Ambassador Meg, starring in this months ‘Little Angel’ magazine. Meg was approached by the editors of Little Angel magazine, for a story, when they heard of all the hard work she does at Farmdogz Rescue. We are very proud of you Meg and