The Dogs’ Homes calendar is the organisation’s major annual fundraiser. The money raised from sales helps meet the cost involved in providing care for the wonderful dogs and puppies who come to the homes. These costs include veterinary fees, cleaning and heating; all expenses are constants and funds need to be continually raised to offer the best possible care to the beautiful canine residents.
Dogs Homes Calendar
By buying a Dogs’ Homes calendar, dog-loving friends are sharing in the delights of seeing happy, adopted dogs. People are already contributing photos for the next Dogs’ Homes calendar in 2016! The competition is open to the families of all dogs adopted from the three homes in Tasmania. Photos of beloved fur-friends can be submitted each and every year.
Supporters can purchase a Dogs’ Homes Calendar for $12-00 from the following locations…
☆ Tasmanian Animal Hospitals – 29 Clarence Street
☆ Lindisfarne Veterinary Clinic – 27 Lincoln Street
☆ Eastern Shore Veterinary Hospital – 58 Bligh Street
☆ Moments – Upper Level, Eastlands Shopping Centre
☆ Rae’s Florist – Bank Arcade, Liverpool Street
☆ Club K9 – 128 Argyle Street
☆ Charities Card Shop – St David’s Cathedral (from 20 Oct – 17 Dec)
☆ B & W Appliances – 284B Argyle Street
☆ North Hobart Veterinary Hospital – 223 Elizabeth Street
☆ Macquarie Animal Hospital – 330 Macquarie Street
☆ Top Dog Grooming – 466 Macquarie Street
☆ Mayfair Veterinary Clinic – 2 Russell Crescent
☆ Sandy Bay Holistic Veterinary Centre – 11 Gregory Street
☆ Community Veterinary Hospital – 8 Colebrook Street
☆ Top Dog Grooming – 5 Ashbolt Crescent
☆ Kardz R Us – Northgate Shopping Centre, Main Road
☆ VetCentre (formerly Montrose Vet) – 488 Main Road
☆ Kingston Animal Hospital – 1 Freeman Street
☆ Club K9 – 30 Mertonvale Circuit
☆ Channel Highway Animal Hospital – 170 Channel Highway
☆ Tasmanian Animal Hospitals – 6 Gordon Street
☆ Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania – 101 Scotts Road
☆ Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania – 170 Stowport Road
☆ Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania – Spreyton Road
Further outlets will be added to this list in coming weeks and we will update Think Tasmania readers when that happens.
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