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  1. 'Olly' found on train track after bolting from Western Fwy smash 20 November 2019 A dog that bolted from a car accident on the Western Freeway at Wallace has found safe and well this morning – but her owner remains in hospital. After a cold and hungry night on the run ‘Olly’ turned up at the Bungaree General Store, but friends of the Lara owner – who volunteers at the Ballarat Tramway Museum – had to chase the Maltese-Jack Russell cross for about 2km, picking her up along the Ballarat train line. The owner’s friends desperately searched for the little dog until dark last night, after a car accident around 5pm. Friend Gail said she believed exploding airbags caused the dog to bolt. Olly had been microchipped but had recently chewed off her collar. “The owner is just a mess - an absolute mess - and missing the dog terribly,” she said earlier today. “Even though Olly’s been gone for a short time, we’re just begging that someone can pick her up or just find her for us.” Neville gave the station a call shortly after the story went to air, saying a staffmember at the Bungaree store was a tramways volunteer and recognised the dog straight away. “She looks uninjured, but she’s probably had a cold night,” Neville said. “She was initially quite disressed but she’s now looking relaxed.” Neville and other friends at the museum will look after Olly until her owner is home.Source: https://www.powerfmballarat.com.au/news/local-news/93535-olly-found-on-train-track-after-bolting-from-western-fwy-smash?fbclid=IwAR0PY1SIXPU2EL9WfPW9AlA6ppVETZFrA6iCGGjfQSBZd1mAqNpLk8G6cmILocal News© Power FM Ballarat
  2. well it seems he is safe now Perse whew! there's more info under this post
  3. This came up in a FB page I am following to AUSTRALIAN Caravanning/Camping Travelling With Dogs 28 mins · I have had a major car accident and Ollie has escaped from the car and ran off. Near Wallace and Bungaree 15 mins away from Ballarat. Happened at about 5.40pm on the Western Hwy. If everyone could share it would be great please. Alastair Reither 11 hrs I have had a major car accident and Ollie has escaped from the car and ran off. Near Wallace and Bungaree 15 mins away from Ballarat. Happened at about 5.40pm on the Western Hwy. If everyone could share it would be great please.
  4. Limited Slip Padded Collars

    there are some here on Etsy here
  5. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    one is just chillin' watching the cars go by
  6. https://www.productsafety.gov.au/recall/australia-post-woof-glider-44609 Australia Post — Woof Glider 44609 PRA No. 2019/17882 Date published 11 Nov 2019 Product description Woof Glider 44609 Indoor dog toy with flat base and soft rubber bumpers Photograph of Woof Glider 44609 Woof Glider Dog Toy What are the defects? When pressure is applied to the product, it is possible for the squeaker to dislodge from the body of the product. What are the hazards? If the squeaker dislodges from the body of the product, it may present a choking hazard. What should consumers do? Consumers should immediately cease using the product and return it to an Australia Post outlet for a full refund. For further information, consumers can contact Australia Post by phone on 13 13 18 (Monday to Friday, 8am–6pm). Supplier Australia Post Traders who sold this product Selected Australia Post outlets nationally Online at https://auspost.com.au/shop/ Where the product was sold Nationally Online Dates available for sale 23 September 2019 - 10 October 2019 Recall advertisements and supporting documentation Recall advertisement.pdf (688.57 KB) Responsible regulator Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Product category Pet equipment
  7. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    Finished off its breakfast first though, no pigeon left, just a few feathers
  8. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    hummmm, so they should be quite tasty by now
  9. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    A friend emailed me and said there are two eggs so there are...
  10. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    lovely brown breast mean looking feet
  11. I am addicted !

    This one is good where he builds that little dog's confidence here
  12. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    whew!
  13. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    are they out of the camera view? There is nothing to see
  14. Crystals in Urine

    Zara peed in a dish and the wee was poured into a small test tube, her vet spun it down then we saw the tiny crystal sediment in the bottom of the test tube. She also x-rayed Zara to see if there was any signs of kidney stones (no sign of stones) Whereabouts are you and your mother in Qld? if nearby I could drop off somewhere some Royal Canine S/O to try or you can just buy it here as they have free shipping and are excellent to deal with https://www.vetsupply.com.au/dog-food/royal-canin-urinary-so-dog-food-andnbsp/pet-foods-pack-1168-5357.aspx
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