Christmas raffle has closed. Congratulate the following winners:
1st Prize- Ticket Number: #49 SH
2nd Prize- Ticket Number: #165 CG
3rd Prize- Ticket Number: #70 KW
4th Prize- Ticket Number: #103 SD
5th Prize- Ticket Number: #193 CD
6th Prize- Ticket Number: #191 NS
The inaugural Paws for A Purpose Christmas raffle will raise much-needed funds to help fight Parvovirus.
You may recall a story we covered earlier in the year (11/04/2022) about Domino the Dalmatian’s close call after contracting Parvovirus.
It’s hard to imagine just how difficult it is for pet owners and families to lose their ‘best friend’ to Parvovirus.
Paws for A Purpose are conducting a national survey to learn about the key factors that may be preventing wider pet ownership in Australia.
April 11th is National Pet Day
On this special day, we all celebrate the companionship, health benefits and daily joy that pets give us. Yet for all the benefits that they bring, not all pets are protected from harm and remain unvaccinated against Parvovirus.
Volunteers from the recently launched Wagga Wagga Pop-Up Parvo Vaccination Clinics, with puppies being saved by the heavily-discounted vaccinations provided.
A series of heavily discounted parvovirus vaccination clinics are being rolled out across Australia to protect local pets from the puppy-killing parvovirus.
Eddie was one of thousands of puppies that die from Parvo in NSW each year
A national charity is calling on Northern NSW residents to urgently vaccinate their puppies and dogs, as a Parvovirus (Parvo) outbreak has swept through the region in the past month – leaving around 60 puppies and dogs dead.
Nine-month old Patricia is undergoing Parvo treatment right now at Torenbeek Veterinary Clinic in Rockhampton
A Queensland veterinarian is calling on Rockhampton residents to urgently vaccinate their puppies and dogs, with the town experiencing a spike in Parvovirus (Parvo) cases since February – leaving 13 puppies and dogs dead.
An innovative voucher program for dog microchipping and vaccinations has launched this week thanks to a partnership between Rockhampton Regional Council, Queensland-headquartered national charity Paws For A Purpose (PFAP), and two local vets.