Central Leader : November 24th 2010
19 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 24, 2010 NEWS Puppychino! Tee Thyme Café Fur Friendly / Guide & Mobility Dogs Drink For Free Omaha Beach Golf Club, North West Anchorage, Omaha Phone 422 7690 Ext 2 Tee Thyme Café, home of the Puppychino! No more longing looks from those big puppy eyes! The Puppychino! is ser ved stea med to "Pawfection" & topped with dried liver & carob sprinkles. Hang out on the doggie deck with mans best friend & treat your dog today! Puppychinos! Pawfect! e 3305671AA www.clubk9.co.nz Club K9, 6a Puriri St, New Lynn, Auckland 09 826 1101 • firstname.lastname@example.org Canine Hydrotherapy & Swimming Club K9's large heated pool offers rehabilitation from injury, for pre & post surgery & benefits mobility issues. Swimming is the perfect exercise for all dogs! December - February Special - Swimming Lessons Let us teach your puppy/dog how to swim. Just in time for summer fun. $10 OFF. Dog Training and Behaviour Consultations Group classes & one-on-one training Self-service Dog Wash Waist-high tubs, warm water & all equipment supplied to make Fido squeaky clean Giving unwanted, needy dogs a new leash on life The German Shepherd Rescue Trust attempts to improve the situations of needy German Shepherds as they become - aware of them. German Shepherds coming into care are veterinary checked, vaccinated, microchipped and desexed before placement. The dogs are placed in foster care, where they under go basic obedience training, dog and child socialization. All adoptions are carefully screened to ensure the perfect fit for your new family member. Fundraising calendars available now - great for Christmas. Other ways you can help.... * Become a foster home for rescued dogs * Donations are always appreciated to help us cover costs involved for caring for them * Transportatation is always needed as dogs can be placed all over NZ PO Box 101314 NSMC Wairau Park Takapuna, Auckland NZ. Phone: (09) 443 2204; Mobile: 027 4581 428; Fax: (09) 443 2294; E-mail: email@example.com Website URL: www.gsdrescue.org.nz The German Shepherd Rescue Trust We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome Fancy a Weekend Away? Just spend $20 for more at either Onehunga Vet & Pet or Mangere Vet Clinic and go in the draw for a luxury mystery weekend drawn on the 24th of December 2010! Have you and your pets photo taken with Santa! The perfect Christmas card or gift. Santa will be in-store during December. Phone now for booking times! Christmas Specials now available 40 Princes Street, Onehunga Phone: 636 6899 95 Coronation Road, Mangere Phone: 636 6732 Easy wheelchair/pram access. Parking right outside the door. Onehunga Vet and Pet Supplies Helping you care for your pets OPEN 7 DAYS Pet care Jubilee celebration: Winstone Park Tennis Club celebrated its 75th jubilee from October 1 to 3. The weekend started with a mix-and-mingle on the Friday night attended by more than 100 past and present members. Numerous friendships were renewed and the stories and memories where recalled, and embellished. Club patron Phil Goff congratulated the club on its achievement and acknowledged the work of committees -- past and present -- on their contribution to the club and community. Movember: It's that time of year -- Movember -- when men make a change to their appearance to raise awareness of men's health. At Mt Albert's Gladstone Primary School teachers, from left: Matt Yanko, Kaine Henderson, Trevor Rubens, Warwick Crawford, Rasam Moghimi, Jason McKearney and Barney Scott are getting behind the event. It's not the first time the school has entered Movember and there's friendly rivalry between this year's participants. If you'd like to support them go on to http:/ /nz.movember.com/mospace/756054 and you can sponsor one or all. The money raised goes to the Cancer Society and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Art show: The New Zealand Fellowship of Artists opened its spring art exhibition at its Gifford Gallery in Poronui St, Mt Eden, and Mt Eden artist Judith Wallath's entry Bush Stream was awarded first prize. John Horton took second with his entry Putiki Bay, Waiheke. The exhibition will be open until November 30 from Tuesday to Friday, 11am to 3pm. All paintings are for sale. The fellowship welcomes new members. Call 630-4754 during gallery hours, or after hours phone Lindsay on 625-8781, or Judith 630-5275. Family milestone: The Stevens family behind the well-known chain of stores with the same name celebrated 132 years since the arrival of their ancestors in Auckland. The family came from Cornwall in 1878 and settled in Mt Eden. Thomas Stevens worked in a quarry and his son William and wife Mary Ann owned shops in Victoria St West, Khyber Pass and Mt Eden. The Mt Eden Rd store is pictured. Their descendants Ina and Daphne Stevens live on the farm in Waitoki where William and Mary Ann eventually settled. Just got married or cel- ebrated your golden anniversary? Perhaps you ve just had your first baby. The Central Leader wants to help you cel- ebrate, and will publish your special pictures in our Milestones featur- e.We would love to see photographs of signifi- cant moments in your family or friends lives. Send digital images to firstname.lastname@example.org, with milestones in the sub- ject line. Hard copy photos should be sent to Milestones, Central Leader, Private Bag 56910, Dominion Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland 1446. We also need a full name, address and phone number with full name and address of the person(s) photographed. Images should be under 2MB, if possible. NB: We cannot guarantee publi- cation or accept any res- ponsibility for non- return of items. Pet ID scheme launched Albert Einstein once said The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results . If we are ever going to try and stomp out animal abuse, we as a society need to change our attitudes and the way we behave. Uniting people against ani- mal cruelty and creating zero tolerance is the way Paw Justice Charitable Trust aims to tackle this problem. Paw Justice have launched a unique campaign called Patch up your Pet . The nationwide campaign is designed to unite ani- mal lovers and create New Zealand s biggest four legged movement in the fight against animal abuse. Paw Justice already have nearly 80,000 members on their Facebook page or visit www.pawjustice .co.nz Paw Justice believe that pet owners and animal lovers have had enough of the number of animal abuse cases in New Zealand. The overwhelming response to recent cases reported in the media has shown that New Zealanders are ready to stand up and fight for the rights of those that have no voice. Patch Up Your Pet is a tangible way that pet lovers can track missing pets and become part of a new online community along the lines of Neighbour hood Watch. Branded discs can be purchased from supermarkets nationwide for $10 with all proceeds raised going to help Paw Justice Charity. Each disc has a unique identification number which owners register online. If their pet goes miss- ing, other members can make direct contact with them. We want to facilitate an online community of responsible pet owners with an emphasis on reporting animal cruelty, says Paw Justice, co foun- der Craig Dunn. Paw Justice is an animal welfare charity whose goal is to unite pet owners and animal lovers in the fight against animal abuse by action, advocacy and education, adds Paw Justice co-founder Shaughan Campbell.
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