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February is desex your pet month

The NSW Animal Welfare League Great Lakes / Manning branch has just announced a ‘Desexing Drive’ for the month of February. Centrelink card holders and low income pet owners in the Great Lakes and Manning region are being encouraged to have their pets desexed. This AWL funded opportunity is not to be missed. Desexing – […]

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Are you a wildlife warrior?

FAWNA Training Courses coming up Did you know FAWNA is the only licensed wildlife rescue group for all species in the 18,000 square kilometre Mid Coast area, which spans from Bulahdelah in the south to the northern part of the Kempsey Shire and west to Stroud and Gloucester. Last year FAWNA volunteers from the Mid Coast region rescued over 3000 […]

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Council uses social media to rehome pets

Council will now post details of dogs or cats on our social media pages and invites anyone interested in adopting to fill in an online ‘expression of interest’ form. Everyone is encouraged to share the posts, so that as many potential new owners as possible are reached. The suitability of potential new owners will be […]

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Thinking of purchasing a pet for Christmas? Why not adopt

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Devil Ark leads the way in Australian animal conservation

Saving the iconic Tasmanian devil Devil Ark is set high in the Barrington Tops and is now recognised as the leading breeding facility for Tasmanian devils, and is home to almost 200 of these iconic marsupials. There are now twelve free range enclosures at Devil Ark  and the fourth breeding season has just started. In Tasmania, the latest statistics […]

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Rescue Pets

Stroud School student writes about his pet cause By Ben Moore Over the Christmas holidays my family adopted a dog called Max. This is how it came about. Our friend Jo is involved in dog rescue Newcastle. She asked us to foster dogs. So we took on the role of fostering a ten year old […]

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