Dogs and hot cars don't mix.
This little puppy, seven weeks old, was saved by the Police after
being left in a closed, hot car in January this year.
Please remember to leave a water source for the birds
and other 'critters', eg. lizards, etc.
The Dog Meat Trade
Soon, the world will be watching as the Winter Olympics commence in PyeongChang, South Korea -- but away from the cameras' view, dogs and cats will be brutally slaughtered for meat. Ahead of the event, some dog meat markets have been shuttered to keep this cruel industry hidden from the eyes of tourists and media. But now is the time to do much more than that, and finally end the horrific dog and cat meat trade for good.
S. Korea is the only country in the world with large-scale, commercial dog meat farms. The animals live in deplorable conditions, and at slaughter are often hung, electrocuted and beaten just because people believe the torture makes the meat taste better.
S. Korea's current leader, President Moon Jae-In, has compassion for animals and has even adopted a dog rescued from the meat trade, named Tory. Furthermore, activists throughout S. Korea are calling for an end to dog and cat meat, which is not only horrifically cruel, but tarnishes their international reputation. Most S. Koreans are against dog meat, and want the cruelty to end.
MEDIA RELEASE FROM DOGS NSW - TERRIBLY IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ
Brian Crump Dogs NSW media
0419 417 813 [email protected]
Caroline Zambrano 0403 550 730 [email protected]
Proposed animal cruelty laws threaten the future of ethical dog breeding and ownership, Dogs NSW says
Dogs NSW, the peak body for all purebred dogs in New South Wales, is raising serious concerns over the proposed anti-puppy farm legislation, saying it is threatening the future of ethical dog breeding and ownership.
The proposed Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Breeding Dogs and Cats) Standards 2017 (under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Regulation 2012) is meant to control puppy farms, defined by the RSPCA as ‘intensive dog breeding facilities that are operated under inadequate conditions that fail to meet the dogs' behavioural, social and/or physiological needs'1.
But the right to breed, show and love animals is in question, says Brian Crump, spokesperson for Dogs NSW, adding that the proposed regulations also do not address cruelty to animals and fail to adequately address puppy farming on that scale.
“Dogs NSW rejects the proposed changes by the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (POCTA) as these regulations treat all dog and cat breeders as commercial entities, breeding for profit,” says Mr Crump. “Smaller, purebred hobby breeders will be unable to meet the exhaustive ‘commercial’ requirements proposed in the new Standards. Consequently, the public will have nowhere else to buy a health-tested, purebred puppy. No-one else will be breeding except the big puppy farms!”
Dogs NSW is a globally-recognised peak body that promotes breeding, showing, trialling, obedience and other canine-related activities, and the ownership of temperamentally and physically sound purebred dogs - registered with the Australian
National Kennel Council (ANKC) – in NSW. Credit
Dogs NSW has 10,000 members, also including breeders who supply puppies to NSW Police, Assistance Dogs Australia, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT and other organisations, as well as breed Pets as Therapy dogs and working dogs for the farming/agriculture industry.
Dogs NSW sets high health and welfare standards
Dogs NSW members already abide by a comprehensive and enforceable Code of Ethics that sets far higher and more appropriate standards for the health and welfare of dogs than that outlined in the proposal, says Mr Crump.
Dogs NSW is developing an extensive submission for the DPI by the Dec 22nd deadline. Dogs NSW’s submission controls puppy farming and allows dedicated hobbyists to continue breeding, explains Mr Crump.
Dogs NSW is concerned, however, about the DPI’s handling of stakeholder consultations, as the post-submission process has not been made clear and the discussion paper will not be made public until further notice, he adds.
“We ask the Minister for Primary Industry, Hon. Niall Mark Blair, MLC to ensure a fair process of consultation for all stakeholders,” says Mr Crump.
During a recent interview on 2GB’s The Ray Hadley Morning Show, Mr Blair said the legislation is about “making sure we get it right, have better animal welfare outcomes and not hurt people doing the right thing.”2
Dogs NSW urges members and all dog lovers to contact their local member of Parliament and raise their concerns about the profound impact these Standards will have on the future of purebred dogs in NSW.
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Breeding dogs and cats) Standards 2017 Draft document is available on www.dogsnsw.org.au
Available for interview
- Brian Crump, Chairman - Dogs NSW Media & Government Legislation Committee
- Lynnette Brown, President - Dogs NSW
- Dr Karen Hedberg, Chairman - Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC) Canine
Health and Wellbeing Committee
- Dr Rob Zammit, Veterinarian and Dogs NSW member
About Dogs NSW
Dogs NSW has over 10,000 members, with over 300 affiliated breed and kennel clubs throughout NSW. More than 50 of these affiliated clubs conduct dog training classes as a community service in local government areas, normally on a weekly basis. Dogs NSW is a member body of the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC).
To discover more, visit www.dogsnsw.org.au
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Dogs NSW is the peak body in New South Wales responsible for promoting breeding, showing, trialling, obedience, and other canine-related activities and the ownership of temperamentally and physically sound purebred dogs across NSW. The association promotes responsible dog breeding, showing, obedience, agility, working and sporting dog trials and other canine-related activities, as well as the ownership of temperamentally and physically sound purebred dogs by individuals in NSW.
Please don't let yourself be scammed.
Scammers are out of hibernation and looking for victims.
Feel free to email me if you're not sure.
NEW PAGES** - 'LAINEE'S BABIES',
'FLOWERS', & 'STOP THE CRUELTY'.
Scroll to bottom of page for index.
How quickly the weeks pass. Here is our
gorgeous baby, 'Nellie', eight weeks young in the pic below.
Our new baby arrived safely on the evening of Oct 8th.
Just one baby, a little girl - to be retained by Yetholme Yorkies.
I'm truly sorry to disappoint so many people who were waiting hopefully for a
Huge congratulations to Bozliwia Yorkies, Melbourne,
on attaining the Australian Championship for
YETHOLME BRIGHTENS MY HEART
at just eight months of age.
I'm so proud of our little man and wish him continued
success in coming years.
Antos is brother to Yetholme Button Up My Heart and Yetholme Speak To My Heart.
Our eagerly anticipated babies arrived on 13th March, 2017.
Sire: Ch Eye Candy du Domaine du President (imp Fr)
Dam: Ch Yetholme Esprit
see new page - 'Lainee's babies'
Feeling extremely blessed!
Huge congratulations to
YETHOLME FREE-WILL CHA CHA
who, still loving agility at 11 years young,
has attained his Masters Agility title.
He is now Yetholme Free-Will Cha Cha ADM JDX
All credit must go to his human mum, Georgia. Her perseverance has
been amazing as well as being the inspiration behind the success of Freddie
and Chloe's Agility success.
from pet poison helpline
above - Yetholme Button Up My Heart
aged two weeks.
Sired by Aust Ch
Eye Candy du Domaine du President (imp Fr)
Yetholme Whisper To My Heart,
beautiful lastborn daughter of
Aust Ch Brave Heart of Padawi's (imp Gmy)
New life....ever a miracle!
It is tragic to hear of so
many beautiful dogs being surrendered to local pounds and shelters, some as old
as 17 or as young as a couple of months.
The shelters are overflowing and dogs are being made available at very low prices
to try and clear space for the next influx of poor
souls crying out for a forever home.
Bearing in mind that 'a puppy/dog is for life', could your
family find space and love in its heart for one of the needy dogs?
Always keep your dog's microchip details updated
so that in the event of it being lost or
stolen, there is more chance of it being reunited with its family.
to Mrs M. Sharpe and
NEW AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION
YETHOLME CHARLOTTE'S KARMA
Charli is our first 'Neuter' Champion and truly a credit to the breed.
Not only is she our first Neuter Champion but she is also the first dog that
her owner has ever shown.
'All About Charli'
Read about her progression from pet puppy to Neuter Champion.
See Charli's new pics from the
Yorkshire Terrier Club Specialty Show,
Charli, resting from her labours.
While we are no longer showing our yorkies, our love for
this gorgeous breed remains undiminished.
Genuine and courteous enquiries for future puppies are welcome, by email,
to Jan at [email protected]
but please do not ask for 'teacup' yorkies.
If you enjoy chatting about yorkies and many other things,
and participating, you might like to consider joining.
YETHOLME BRAVE WHISPERS
born Sept 2014
A beautiful son of
Aust Ch Brave Heart Of Padawi's (Imp Gmy) and
Ch Yetholme Valkyries Whisper
Please be careful when searching for your new puppy.
There are so many scammers about. I am being told frequently by
puppy people how they were nearly scammed.
"Breeding means you enter your breed's gene pool and leave footprints for eternity!
Take care that the footprints you leave are worthy -of being followed!" Carol Sloan
EYE CANDY DU DOMAINE DU PRESIDENT (IMP Fr) - above
Biskit will be available at stud for a limited time,
to approved bitches.
CH YETHOLME VALMURA FOOTPRINTS (PRINTS) &
CH YETHOLME VALMURA FOOTSTEPS (STEPHIE),
They are the offspring of
Ch Akimura of Padawi's (Imp Gmy) and
Yetholme Welcome Valda.
Prints is making his mark by producing outstanding
!! Xylitol the Silent Killer !!
for more info on this deadly product, go to my
RAW & NATURAL page
above Aust Ch Brave Heart of Padawi's (imported Gmy)
DOGS NEED TREES
Family ones. Choose only from a registered breeder.
DOGZONLINE BEST YORKSHIRE TERRIERBREEDER
2011, 2012, 2013
The ADVANCE® Best Breeder leaderboard recognises the top
breeders in this breed based on various wins and titles earned by dogs that they have bred.
Would love you to sign the guestbook
so we know you have visited. Thank you.
If you would like to know of anyone else who may
live in your area with a view to spending time together,
puppy playdays, etc., please contact us. We may
be able to help put you in touch with them.
Caveat Emptor - Buyer Beware
When searching for your yorkie, please do your homework carefully, especially before
parting with any money. If you are offered a yorkie that seems too good to be true in dollar terms,
you can bet your life that it is. There are various scams doing the rounds at the moment. For further
information, you are welcome to contact me via my Contact page.
Futher to the above warning, I received a disturbing phone call recently from a lady in Western Australia. She had paid out
a considerable sum of money for a puppy, went to the airport to collect it......and it never arrived. A scam.
Disgusting! How can people do this kind of thing? The lady's children were bitterly disappointed, needless to say.
If anyone trying to buy a puppy is asked to pay by Western Union, be VERY careful.
And our yorkies are not just pretty faces, either....
below is Yetholme FreeWill ChaCha
going through his paces
ChaCha has achieved his ADX, JDX title.
I am immensely proud of ChaCha and his 'mum', Georgia.
New Agility pages have been added Sept 2014.
Please take a look, and consider getting involved in activities with your yorkie.
ChaCha has inspired quite a few yorkies and their
owners to try agility and/or obedience, including
Judy from Victoria who is owned by Chloe and Freddie.
The Yorkshire Terrier is truly the dog for all reasons!!
Welcome to my web site. I hope you enjoy your visit. Take your time to
browse awhile - there is quite a lot to read and many pictures to view and enjoy.
Feel free to have a look around and contact me if you would
like to know more, and please check back often for regular - sometimes daily - updates!
The link to subsequent pages is at the very bottom of each page.
I welcome genuine puppy enquiries.
When searching for your puppy, do your homework carefully and purchase only from reputable breeders
Do not support puppy mills or backyard breeders
To further emphasize our concern for buying a dog from a pet store and the like please look at these links:
Responsible breeders are very proud of their dogs and participate in activities that
add to their knowledge of the breed.
They are constantly striving to improve the longevity
and physical traits of their chosen breed. Their puppies are properly raised and socialised.
Please be sure to sign my guest book so that I know you have visited.