Saturday, 24 March 2012

Pug Rescue Parade

The Calabria Club
Bulla

Having given support towards each and every pug rescued in 2011 from appalling conditions in puppy farms - the Pug Club of Victoria agreed to hold a 'Rescued with Love' parade during the lunch break at the 2012 Championship Show held on this day, March 24 2012.


Rescue pugs who attended may have already been adopted, or are still looking for their forever home.


Each rescue pug received a 'Rescued with Love' special medallion from the Pug Club and their photographs and rescue stories featured in the Show catalogue and within the Show hall.


Thank-you to Pugs SOS, Pug Rescue Victoria and our darling friends at Saffron on the Hill who organised past and present rescue pugs to be present at the parade. It was an important event to be present at, to make breeders and members of the public aware of how many pedigree pugs are ending up in puppy farms and rescue shelters.


Our pedigree rescue pug Poppet was very excited to be awarded her very first medal. 




Be sure to check out 'Keeping her Eye on Melbourne' facebook page for more photos. Gypsy was a very busy photographer and even got in a few happy snaps herself ;)


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Sunday, 11 March 2012

RSPCA Peninsula Open Day ~ Pearcedale

Sunday March 24 2012
11am-3pm
1030 Robinsons Road, 
Pearcedale
ph. 03 9224 2210

Bella


RSPCA Victoria is inviting all residents from the Peninsula region to learn more about their Adoption CentreVet Clinic and Inspectorate.




Otis

Entertainment on the day includes tours of our shelter and clinic, children’s activities and a sausage sizzle. Peninsula residents will also have the chance to take advantage of discounted pet microchipping and dog washing services.


Arki 

Bringing your dog to the event

Dogs are welcome! Ensure your dog is up to date with their vaccinations and is on a leash at all times. Please note that dogs will not be allowed on shelter tours. If your dog is of an aggresive, shy or timid nature, we advise you not to bring your pet to this event.


Tinkerbell




Melton & Merlot


Note: The beautiful dogs available for adoption at RSPCA Peninsula feature in this post.





Saturday, 10 March 2012

The Duchess of Spotswood...Encore!



87 Hudsons Rd
Spotswood 3015
ph. (03) 9391 6016

While we try to blog new cafes and bars to visit with each new post, we couldn't resist visiting the 'Duchess of Spotswood' again and sharing some some new pics of our breakfast there. 


The Duchess is really 5* dining in the 'am'. We love its natural kitschy vibe, the staff are genuinely friendly and the food is second to none. 

Melbourne Storm
 Tapioca with coconut yoghurt, Kapao Puku puffed grains and seeds, poached pineapple and fresh fruit.

Breakfast of Champignons
Potato and barley hash with field mushrooms, English Stilton & poached eggs. 


Gypsy and Poppet loved our visit today, with many dogs walking past, stopping briefly to say hello to them before continuing on their morning walks ;-)





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