Total adoptions to February 28th 2014: 221
Total dogs reunited with owners to February 28th 2014: 314
The Dogs' Homes are located in Hobart, Burnie and Devonport.
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We offer a range of services to help dogs and their owners enjoy a long and happy life together.We Can Help You
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In late 2013, the Tasmanian Animal Welfare Advisory Committee released a Discussion Paper on Proposed Animal Welfare Standards for Dogs and…
Time flies when having fun with Dogs and Puppies I am sure you would all agree…….We have had a great response to…
Dogs’ Homes 2014 Calendars are on sale now at our three Dogs’ Homes and selected outlets at $12.00 each. This…
The Tasmanian Canine Defence League Auxiliary is holding a market on Sat 19th at the Community Centre in Lincoln Street Lindisfarne…
Our sincere thanks to all the people who have recently become new volunteers with the Home’s. The Hobart Home will…
Petside, at 96 Clarence Street Bellerive will be opened at the following times. Petside is open: Monday 9.30am — 3:00pm Tuesday …
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We regret that we are unable to provide you with direct email contact to the Dogs' Homes at this time.
If you have lost your dog or wish to contact us on another matter, please phone us on the numbers listed below.
101 Scotts Road
PO Box 7 Lindisfarne Tas 7015
(03) 6243 5177
PO Box 78 Burnie Tas 7320
(03) 6431 6199
Spreyton Park Racecourse
PO Box 698 Quoiba Tas 7310
(03) 6427 2178
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