2015 Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania Calendar ($12.00) — on sale now at the 3 Dogs’ Homes and the following outlets–
Dogs featured in our calendar were all adopted from one of our Dogs’ Homes and now have happy forever homes. Our calendars are a major fundraising activity and assist in meeting the cost of providing for the dogs and puppies who come into our care.
Burnie Vet Centre — 250 Mount Street
Petside — 96 Clarence Street
Tasmanian Animal Hospitals — 29 Clarence Street
Animal Tuckerbox — 8 Lampton Avenue
Animal Tuckerbox — 7 Don Road
Forbes Street Vet Clinic — 48 Forbes Street
Spreyton Veterinary Services — Durkins Road, Quoiba
Exeter Animal Hospital — 63 Main Street
Kardz R Us — Northgate Shopping Centre — Main Road
Tamar Valley Resort — 7 Waldhorn Drive
Rae’s Florist — Bank Arcade, Liverpool Street
Club K9 — 128 Argyle Street
Charities Card Shop — St David’s Cathedral (from 20 Oct — 17 Dec )
Animal Tuckerbox — 170 Murray Street
B & W Appliances — 284B Argyle Street
North Hobart Veterinary Hospital — 223 Elizabeth Street
Animal Tuckerbox — 6 Cool Store Road
Yours in Paws — 108 Gleadow Street
Kingston Animal Hospital — 1 Freeman Street
Club K9 — 30 Mertonvale Circuit
Channel Highway Animal Hospital — 170 Channel Highway
Animal Tuckerbox — 3 Mertonvale Circuit
Animal Tuckerbox — 41 Boland Street
Legana Veterinary Centre — 1164 West Tamar Highway
Community Veterinary Hospital — 8 Colebrook Street
Lindisfarne Vet Clinic — 27 Lincoln Street
Tog Dog Grooming — 5 Ashbolt Crescent
Vet Centre — 488 Main Road, Montrose
Animal Tuckerbox — 98 Mornington Road
The Barnyard Vet — 92b Main Road
Eastern Shore Veterinary Hospital — 58 Bligh Street
Moments, Upper Level Eastlands Shopping Centre
Mayfair Veterinary Clinic — 2 Russel Crescent
Sandy Bay Holistic Veterinary Centre — 11 Gregory Street
Macquarie Animal Hospital — 330 Macquarie Street
Top Dog Grooming — 466 Macquarie Street
Tasmanian Animal Hospitals — 6 Gordon Street
Animal Tuckerbox — 7 Oakes Road
Ulverstone Veterinary Clinic — 54 Alexandra Road
Wynyard Vet Clinic — 126 Goldie Street
IGA STORES — some stores are selling our calendars
Jack’s Doggie Doodles
Dogs, they are all individuals. You can teach them tricks, send them to puppy school for obedience training or put a leash on them, but they will still do their own thing and that is why we love them so much. So, celebrate with a unique hand drawn illustration by Tasmanian artist Jack G Kennedy for a cool $100. Or a personalised illustration of you and your dog for $150. 10% of each sale will be donated to the Dogs Homes of Tasmania.
For further information please contact Jack: mobile 0408 182603 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Essential Doggy Guide.…For all dogs travelling Tasmania’s Heritage Highway region with their humans”
Written by Cassie who is an adopted Dogs’ Homes dog with her best friend and co-pawthor Bella, this is a fun book of things to do in the Heritage Highway region for two and four-legged visitors, written from their canine point of view and translated by their humans.
Thanks to the generosity of the Heritage Highway Tourism Region Association, the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania will receive a percentage of the proceeds from every copy of the book sold from our Dogs’ Homes.
These delightful books are $19.95 each and available at our Burnie, Devonport and Hobart Dogs’ Homes. A great gift and fund raiser all in one!
We would appreciate your suppawt by buying a copy. If you would like to follow Cassie and Bella’s Doggy Blog, check out The Cassie Bella Pawthor Club www.thecassiebellapawthorclub.com.au
One –off donation boxes
These disposable donation boxes are available for secure worksites. They are best as a short term collection box for raising donations over a week or two in the office.
Regular Donation Boxes
If you could assist us by placing a donation box in your worksite for public use please call the Homes. Boxes come with a safety attachment and are great for counters or other areas available to public.
Would you like to feel better about pigging out on chocolates in the office? Source your office chocolates from us and be happy knowing you are helping to raise funds for the care of dog’s in their time of need. Contact the Hobart Home on 6243 5177 to organise.
Petside, the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania Shop
The Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania and The Parkside Foundation are excited to announce a business partnership. We have opened a Dogs’ Home shop, Petside, at 96 Clarence Street Bellerive. The shop will be operated and staffed by The Parkside Foundation, and all net profits will be passed on to the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania.
Please visit the following website for further details:
Want to clean out the shed and make some cash? The Dogs Homes of Tasmania has joined a new local fundraising program. Your Market Place is a new website selling 2nd hand goods and listing local businesses and services. Just list your 2nd hand items for sale, pay a small fee to upload each item, and then choose us to receive your seller fees. This represents an excellent fundraising opportunity for us – we get the fees and you make some cash! So, get online at Your Market Place, and tell your friends as well.
Go to www.yourmarketplace.com.au and have a look. While you’re there, you can check out their online providores, businesses and takeways.
Healing Hearts Appeal
The Dogs Homes of Tasmania have been healing Tasmania’s lost, stray, injured and abandoned dogs for the past 64 years.
Please help us to continue caring for those who cannot help themselves by donating to the Healing Hearts Appeal. The Appeal is running at the Hobart, Burnie and Devonport Dogs Homes.
This fund helps us to cover the costs of emergency veterinary treatment and surgery for the dogs in our care.
Dogs Homes of Tasmania
PO Box 7
Give the Dog a Phone
The Dogs Homes of Tasmania are working with the Aussie Recycling Program (ARP) to collect all unwanted mobile phones within the community for recycling. This is a win / win program with ARP giving the Dogs’ Homes $5.00 for every useable phone collected and at the same time stopping the phones going to landfill where dangerous chemicals can leach into the environment. The phones collected are either refurbished and resold or taken apart with metals being used in other products.
The Dogs Homes of Tasmania currently have mobile Phone drop boxes at:
- Hobart Home — 101 Scotts Rd, Risdon Vale
- Devonport Home — Spreyton Park Racecourse, Devonport
- Burnie Home — Stowport Rd, Burnie
- Gloria Jeans Kingston
- Telstra — Eastlands, Northgate and Sorell
For more information or to assist with fundraising please contact:
Dogs Homes of Tasmania