City supports dogs in need


K9 president Carole Carter, deputy mayor Darren Lee and City of Mandurah pound assistant Tracey Robert with dog Sally, who is looking for a home.
K9 president Carole Carter, deputy mayor Darren Lee and City of Mandurah pound assistant Tracey Robert with dog Sally, who is looking for a home.

ABANDONED dogs have received further help in finding new homes with the annual $5000 donation to K9 Dog Rescue from the City of Mandurah.

The annual donation is part of the City’s ongoing support for the not-for-profit organisation.

K9 Dog Rescue was established in 1990 to care for abandoned, abused and mistreated dogs, and since that time has rescued and re-homed thousands of dogs and promotes responsible pet ownership.

The City of Mandurah has been making donations to K9 Dog Rescue since 2003, with donations totalling $50,500 since that time.