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Duke

Duke

Thank you so much for the gift of Duke who was “Dujec” when you rescued him from the Port Augusta Pound in 2009. In March 2024 he will be 15 years old he has seen me through three other dogs.   He is also a published pupster, a sample over the page...
Great start for cat adoption in 2021

Great start for cat adoption in 2021

2021 has started well with lots of unwanted cats finding forever homes in Whyalla. Each year the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic rescues lots of cats and finds them a new home. All the rescued cats are health checked and temperament tested, vaccinated against cat flu,...
Adoption Update

Adoption Update

Six years ago today I had a meet and greet with a little dog named Burt. On January 2nd 2014 he became mine with his name now changed to Brodie. I’ve  loved every minute he’s been with me and I think he feels the same. LOL , spoilt rotten! Brodie sends his...
Duke

Duke

Duke was re-homed in 2009 and was taken to Adelaide to his new owner by one of our vet nurses, Karen. What a surprise when he visited us in Whyalla with his parents! We are so delighted they popped in and brought this beautiful fellow for a visit. Seeing our rehouse...
Max and Roxy

Max and Roxy

They are loving their beautiful new home together and that amazing squishy bed! We love to see these updates of our puppies in their new homes. See how happy they look just makes our day. Congratulations babies on your new home.  
Otis

Otis

He has just turned two! He is still energetic, active and loving but he now weighs a whopping 35kgs!  He is the best cuddle buddy and doesn’t stray too far from mine or my fiancée’s side! Thank you once more for allowing us to adopt my best furry friend ...