Virginia Ede
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  • Davistown, NSW Central Coast
  • Australia
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What are your dog(s) names and ages:
Junior - 16 (RIP), Benny - 12, Maggie - 8, Chloe - 8, Abbey - 5, Dooley - 10mths
What is your dog's breed? (If you have more than one dog, please list a name followed by breed.)
Junior - Kelpie X Border Collie. As a RSPCA pup, Junior climbed out of her puppy cage straight into my husband's hands. A loving and hugely intelligent gentle lady.
Juni Bear passed away in my arms last March a grand old lady who was ready to go. Now gone home with our love and sincere thanks for being in our lives.
Benny - Labrador X Cattle Dog (we think) - was obviously very badly abused by a male, and dumped in Terrey Hills, NSW, bushland at the tender age of 3mths. Still jumps and runs for cover when anything is dropped.
Maggie - Staffie X Beagle - tied up and dragged behind a car (on purpose) through a local suburban street at the very tender age of 10weeks and left to die at a waste disposal property. Was found by a worker, taken to the pound who took her to our local vet. Thankfully he saved her life. She was malnourished, terribly injured and had mange. Takes a lot now for her to cry out, and doesn't happen very often.
Abbey - Chocolate & Tan Kelpie - thrown out in the recycling garbage in a hessian bag with her 5 brothers and sisters at the extremely tender age of 1wk. She is the ONLY survivor and was luckily discovered when she cried out by a worker on the conveyor belt after being compacted, dumped in heap with all the rubbish and transported to the conveyor. Is oxygen deprivated but is very loving and gentle (except with Maggie, who she rounds up and nips non stop).
Chloe - one of our latest members, a black and white staffie rescued from the local pound at the tender age of 8yrs. She had a tumour on her mammory gland and both her ears were horrendously infected and calcified. We had her 5 days before she was operated upon and fell deeply in love with this precious lady. Operations were a success and she is a wonderful, cheeky and happy girl.
Dooley - rescued from Deaths door at the age of 5mths. Doberman and Bull terrier mix, Dooley was only hours away from the needle and as a puppy I knew that I could foster him with our other dogs. Well, fostering went out the window when he blended in so very well with all the others, including the cats. He is full of energy and cheek but has taught every single member of our family how to play, enjoy life and just be themselves.
That now makes 7 very, very special and loving creatures (includes the cats) whose greatest desire is to love us.
About Me:
I am a HUGE lover of all creatures and am a certified Animal and Human Bowen Therapy/Reiki practitioner as well as an Angel Intuitive. I run my practice on NSW beautiful Central Coast and I am ecstatic to be now continuing my study on horses. My passion for what I do just keeps growing and I am in a constant state of thankfulness.
I conduct weekly spiritual growth workshops and share a very busy and happy household with my gorgeous husband Phil.
Life is very full of laughter and activity, and each day brings new adventures and much joy.
What is one thing your dog does that reminds you to open your heart and love more deeply?
Each one of our dogs is so different in their personality and soul, yet they all love so openly and unconditionally. They don't care if you have done your hair, or whether you are wearing the most expensive clothes or perfume.
To me it is about accepting you for who you are no matter what race you are or what you look like, and enjoying every single moment of every day. Our family are accepting, forgiving, loving and happy to show it at all times and we consider ourselves to be blessed every day to have them in our lives.
Do you have a website or personal page (such as on Facebook or MySpace) that you'd like to share with other members of our community?
http://www.ambiencewellnesscentre.com.au

Do What You Can Whenever You Can

As an extremely passionate and proactive creature lover, I am dedicated in what I do when it comes to animals and I step in whenever I can to bring awareness about and safety to our many beautiful and very much misunderstood animal life.
I have been known to run towards a Magpie attacking a Pee Wee madly waving my arms to frighten the Maggey off, because I hate seeing any creature in trouble!
With this in mind, I wish to take this opportunity to bring to people's awareness that if you see ANY creature in trouble, difficulty or pain, please don't think to yourself "there's nothing I can do"! There is always something you can do!
Here on the NSW Central Coast there are two societies that are for the specific rescue of native animals.
I have had many personal interactions with Wildlife A.R.C. which is a VOLUNTEER run society of very caring and hard working individuals who have taken on the task of desiring to assist creatures that don't have a voice.
This society totally depends on the actions and kindness of their volunteers and of course any donations that may come their way. They have a 24 hour 365 day a year telephone line that is expressly for the purpose of stepping into action once they are notified of an animal/bird or reptile that has been injured.
I have contacted them for many purposes such as :-for a blue tongue lizard that had been attacked by a dog, a native quail that was cornered by a cat, a baby Wattle bird that had fallen out of its nest, a juvenile magpie that had badly broken its leg, an echnida that had been hit by a car, and just as recently as a few days ago, my husband saved a brush tail possum from being hit AGAIN (and most definitely killed) by a car on a busy suburban road.
Sometimes, it may not be nice, but if you can do ANYTHING, anything at all, even if it is removing a body from the middle of a road, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE do it!
They need us to care, and to act! I mean, if we don't, who will?

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At 4:32am on June 23, 2008, Di of Gears' Gang said…
Nice photo's of your furry family..thanks for posting them so we could all enjoy them..
At 12:46am on June 23, 2008, MrsDave said…
Your fur children are beautiful ... I admire what you and your husband do .. just the other day we ( my hubby and I) pulled a wally off the road ...sad to say it was to late for the young one but I hope in doing so it saved a devil or two ....
At 3:02pm on May 29, 2008, Kathie said…
love your pictures. I think your fur babies are smiling in some of them. Very cute. Welcome to this site
 
 
 

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