2017 Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania Calendar … reduced to only $5 each (usually $12) from Monday 6th February 2017. Available directly from our three Homes or through our online shop http://dhot.com.au/shop/
Our annual calendar is one of our most prominent fundraising activities each year. We hope to raise at least $15,000 which significantly impacts our ability to provide for the dogs in our care. Please consider purchasing one of these beautiful calendars, which showcases the huge variety of dogs adopted from our Homes. The calendar makes a beautiful gift as well 🙂
We would like to offer our sincere thanks to our incredibly supportive retail partners for promoting and selling our 2017 Calendar and thank our generous sponsors for advertising in the calendar. Without the support of our advertisers and retailers, the success of the calendar would not be possible. THANK YOU!!
Entertainment Book 2016/2017 – season closed
Thank you to everyone who purchased an Entertainment Book through the Dogs’ Home page. We are very grateful for your support. We look forward to bringing news of the final tally in the near future and look forward to the new book coming out for 2017/2018.
Would you like to fund raise for the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania?
If you have an event or idea to raise much needed funds for the Dogs’ Homes, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org listing your idea or event. Members of the public require our permission to raise money on our behalf and to use our logo in any promotional material. We can help promote the event or activity and give peace of mind to those donating that their hard earned dollars will reach the Dogs’ Homes to support the dogs in our care.
Jack’s Doggie Doodles
Dogs, they are all individuals. You can teach them tricks, send them to puppy school for obedience training or put a leash on them, but they will still do their own thing and that is why we love them so much. So, celebrate with a unique hand drawn illustration by Tasmanian artist Jack G Kennedy for a cool $100. Or a personalised illustration of you and your dog for $150. 10% of each sale will be donated to the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania.
For further information please contact Jack: mobile 0408 182603 or email email@example.com
“The Essential Doggy Guide….For all dogs travelling Tasmania’s Heritage Highway region with their humans”
Written by Cassie who is an adopted Dogs’ Homes dog with her best friend and co-pawthor Bella, this is a fun book of things to do in the Heritage Highway region for two and four-legged visitors, written from their canine point of view and translated by their humans.
Thanks to the generosity of the Heritage Highway Tourism Region Association, the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania will receive a percentage of the proceeds from every copy of the book sold from our Dogs’ Homes.
These delightful books are $19.95 each and available at our Burnie, Devonport and Hobart Dogs’ Homes as well as through our ONLINE SHOP http://dhot.com.au/shop/. A great gift and fundraiser all in one!
We would appreciate your suppawt by buying a copy. If you would like to follow Cassie and Bella’s Doggy Blog, check out The Cassie Bella Pawthor Club www.thecassiebellapawthorclub.com.au
One -off donation boxes
These disposable donation boxes are available for secure work places. They are best as a short term collection box for raising donations over a week or two in the office.
Regular Donation Boxes
If you could assist us by placing a donation box in your work place for public use please email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you like to feel better about pigging out on chocolates in the office? Source your office chocolates from us and be happy knowing you are helping to raise funds for the care of dogs in their time of need. Please email your interest to email@example.com.
Petside Shop in Bellerive – closed
Parkside Foundation has closed their shop front in Bellerive and are currently considering their options for a potential online presence. The Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania will continue to work with the Parkside Foundation to see how we can continue to support each other.