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Loose Leash Dog Walking - Newlands / Johnsonville, Wellington.

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Dogs eye view of Recycling in Newlands Johnsonville

Posted on June 14, 2011 at 12:48 PM Comments comments (24)
We, the Dogs that is, were a little worried about the first day of the new kerbside recycling service. We were expecting to find recycling wheelie bins & bags in the middle of the footpath instead of at the curbside. When we are out taking a dog walk we can get one eyed about anything blocking our progress, you know how it is.... things to see, places to go, pee mail to read, dog parks to visit.... important stuff to a dog! Anything at all that gets in our way or impeeds our progress....
 Sometimes my dog walker says "go right" and I mix up my left paws with my right, and I go left.... and my smart arse dog walker laughs and says "no your other right" and has to stop and untangle my lead from around the wheelie bin or even back me up...
 Sometimes I just want to jump over the green bin instead of mucking about going around, but that doesn't always work out to well! see photo
Hazzards of Dog Walking around Newlands Johnsonville on glass recycling day! O.B.1. on top of Glass Recycling Crate







So we dogs were quite relieved not to find very many bins at all blocking the footpath, well done everybody! A BIG Paws Up from us Dogs!
                                                            Signed " the Dog"
also known as O.B.1.
Didn't he do well, for a dog? You should have seen him using the keyboard, he kind of had to type with one toenail as his hairy paws are way to big for the keys!
 Good Dog! Well Done Boy!

Loose Leash Dog Walking Newlands. Glass Recycling Crate day


















Dog Walking Newlands - Black and Tan dog  seated atop the Glass Recycling Crate



















Newlands Dog Walking - Dog standing on top Glass Recycling Crate, looking down at spilt glass bottles and glass jars


















Penny the Dog Walker
 Loose Leash Dog Walking

Had to Bath the Dog...

Posted on June 3, 2011 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (37)
Had to bath the dog....
  due to a incident with some poop in the park, Churton Park Dog Exercise Area on Halswater Dr actually. Someone failed to scoop their dogs poop, one minute she's sniffing, the next she's dropped her shoulder and rolling! Yuk! No it wasn't funny. Twice in two days!
One of the hazards of dog walking.
 Could have used Cecilia's Pampered Pooch Dog Hair Salon Dog Bath services!
Cecilia and Pampered Pooch have recently relocated from 8 Frank Johnson St, Johnsonville, on the motorway overbridge, to # 64 Ohariu Road, Johnsonville next to the Meekwoods Reserve Dog Park up above Johnsonville Main School.
Ohariu Road runs into Cunliff Street & Churton Park - very handy for anyone from there needing a Dog Groomer http://www.pamperedpooch.co.nz
 Talking of Churton Park...
                        PLANTING DAY
The Churton Park Revegetation Group is having its first Planting Day of the season, Saturday June 11th from 1pm. Tools and gloves are provided, but firm shoes are needed. Meet at the site beside Middleton Road, just north of Wingfield Place. Everyone welcome. More info: John Morrison on 477 1020.
 from Citylife Independent Herald June 1, 2011 What's Up Events - Planting Day
 Have a Great Weekend,
Penny the Dog Walker
Loose Leash Dog Walking Service Newlands Johnsonville

Update:             PLANTING DAY
Enviro Day was held on June 2nd to mark Arbor Day on June 5th, at Seton Nossiter Park (Dog Park) Paparangi / Grenada. Students from Paparangi and Newlands Schools planted native plants and Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown attended.
Go Kids! Well done!.

                          PLANTING DAY
Trelissick Park Group will hold a community planting day at Trelissick Park (Dog Park) in Ngaio on Tuesday, June 21, 9.30-midday. Meet at the Hanover St entrance. for information visit trelissick.park.org.nz
                             from Citylife Independent Herald Wednesday, June 15, 2011 WHAT'S UP EVENTS

Pet Dog Adoption

Posted on May 28, 2011 at 2:06 AM Comments comments (25)
Ex SPCA in 2007 now Rehomed in Newlands. The Adopt a Pet Day at Newlands Community Centre was successful
with 5 kittens and cats? adopted into their new forever homes.
Well done everyone involved!
A Dog Adoption Day may be possible at a much later date,
 watch this space!


          ^
ex SPCA 2007 (and proud!)
 & rehomed @ 3 yrs

 In the meantime, if you are considering adopting a puppy or older dog, approach the SPCA direct, on ph:3898044  ext 808.
                                    or http://www.wellingtonspca.org.nz
 

also check out;
What Your DOG Needs      63p   
                              Published in New Zealand by Penguin Group 2007
 By Liz Palika                                                     SPCA
 Intro by Bruce Fogle, DVM
Forewrd by Bob Kerridge, MNZM, KStJ, JP, BppAnTech, AFNZIM,
 CHIEF EXECUTIVE, SPCA AUCKLAND
636.7 PAL

The Adopted Dog Bible           486p                 pub 2009
 Your one-stop resource for choosing, training, and caring for
your sheltered or rescued dog
 by Kim Saunders                                        of Petfinders.com
636.7083 SAU

Adopting a Pet For Dummies    362p        Wiley  pub 2006
 by Eve Adamson
636.0887 ADA



Rehomed at 8 months to Newlands, puppy is learning the ropes and enjoying life!
Team member, Loose Leash Dog Walking Service Newlands Johnsonville
ALSO SEE:
 ON TV1 SUNDAY 28th MAY (tomorrow) 7.00pm - 7.30pm
 "Make the Polition Work"  PGR
National Party member Simon Bridges has helped protect many animals
with his animal welfare legislation.
 Now he is working at the SPCA +

         ^
"Rehomed" @ 8mths


Good luck and Enjoy, 
Penny the Dog Walker    Loose Leash Dog Walking Newlands Johnsonville
              

SPCA's Adopt a Pet Newlands Community Centre

Posted on May 19, 2011 at 9:03 AM Comments comments (39)
 The Newlands Community Centre on Batchelor Street will host the SPCA"S Adopt A Pet initiative on Saturday, May 21st, 9am till 1pm. Come to the centre and find a new member for your family.
 Psst Pass this on to anyone you may know of who may be on the lookout for a new "forever" family pet !
                                 seen in the Citylife Independent                                                                                       Wednesday, May18, 2011
                                                                         p3 WHAT'S UP EVENTS

                             By Penny the Dog Walker of http://www.looseleash.co.nz                                 

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