November Newsletter

Dear [NAME]

The Oz Doggy November eNews update has these updates:

  • Dog Poo Pick Up service in Melbourne
  • Mobile Dog Grooming Business for sale in Melbourne
  • Dog minding reminder for the holiday season
  • DVDs for DIY Dog Grooming and Business Start-ups
  • Advice from Bec the Sydney Dog Walker
  • Pet Rescue Organisation of the month


Doggy Pollution Solution
Cleaning Up yard at a time

Doggy Pollution Solution is a new service now operating in Melbourne. A residential poo scooping service that covers inner Melbourne Suburbs including inner east, inner west and Bayside areas.

Contact Catherine from Doggy Pollution Solution by the link above, to discuss your dog poo scooping needs!


Queen Bees Mobile Dog Wash is for sale -
This established Grooming, Pet Minding and Dog Walking business could be yours!

Mobile dog grooming and pet services business with large clientele base of 550 + in the Melbourne north western suburbs. Comes fully equipped with everything you need to begin eg. clippers, blades, dryer etc. Excellent condition kings fibreglass dog wash trailer with heated hydro bath, lighting, shelving and non-slip flooring. Regretful sale due to health conditions. Bookings made until Jan next year. Takings are dependent on the hours put in anywhere from $1000 - $3500+ per week based on a 6 day week. Be your own boss with no franchise fees or restrictions! All training provided. For more information contact Queen bees pooch parlour


Oz Doggy Dog Minding Directory
Time is running out to make sure your pets are looked after at Christmas time

Please remember that many dog minding and boarding kennels are already booked out. Oz Doggy has received several last minute requests looking for available pet sitting services in late December. Please book ahead before its too late

See also Oz Doggy Boarding Kennels Directory or go direct to these national dog minding services:
"Dont't Fret Pet" Phone 1300 30 70 21 if you need minding OR can be a dog minder


DIY Dog Grooming DVDs now in stock
The ideal Christmas gift for any dog owner interested in dog grooming

Are you looking to learn how to groom dogs? Or know someone who would enjoy this great, well explained DVD produced by a top Melbourne Dog Grooming School? For just $54.95 including postage anywhere in Australia, this makes a great gift for yourself or someone you know.


Dog Advice
From Bec - The Sydney Dogwalker

Question: Is desexing my dog the best idea? 
I have a Jack Russell x Maltese who is now 1 yr old. For the first 9 months of his life he was extremely timid, shook like mad in the car, around other people etc. He seems to be better now, to the point where we have actually got him to go for a walk with us (this has been hapenning for a couple of months). Problem is that he is now becoming a little boisterous, making his mark when he walks, pulling like mad on the leash (we say slow down and he does for about 2 seconds, then he's off and racing again) and barking at everything that walks by. Will desexing help this problem? We have been hesitant to get him desexed because of his initially extremely timid nature. We have had him since he was 3 months old, and we also have another dog who is now 1 year as well, desexed and very well behaved.

Answer: It may calm some dogs, some it has no effect. 
Desexing your dog is a bit like a lotto. It may calm some dogs, some it has no effect. My jack is just the same when he is on a walk. He takes ME for the walk, marks every blade of grass, and is generally yells at everyone at the dog park! And he is neutered. It's just the breed, I think you would benefit more so from regular obedience training. A class environment, with a few dogs, on a weekly basis may be your best bet. Generally, I think it is good to have your dog desexed. If he is neutered he will be easier to train. Although it will probably not cure the JR's natural inquisitiveness.


Senior Dogs Rescue: Oz Doggy Pet Rescue of the month
Aiming to rehome dogs in their twilight years

Promoting senior dogs in need that are in pounds, shelters and in foster care around Australia. Senior Dogs Rescue is available to any pound, shelter, rescue group or individual rescuer.

Oz Doggy supports all animal rescue in Australia as a great way to provide loving homes for dogs that have lost their way.

Best regards

Paul @ Oz Doggy

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