14 comments to “Lost Dogs Home vigil and broken trust”

  1. Margot Angliss | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Resignation is required and new policies replacing the outdated ideas currently held in the LDH.

  2. theresa mc arthur | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    i use to support THE LOST DOGS HOME FOR YEARS but i never knew this was happening i live in nsw im glad a bit late now tho they should pay all donated money back again in my case 2 3 thousand dollars they really touch your heart strings

  3. May Pax | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Great article!

  4. Heather | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    My father tried to stop this 40 years ago to no avail. Common animal lovers lets band together and show them that the power of the people can make right this horrendous injustice to defenceless animals,

  5. chris | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Animal welfare before profits! Fire them!

  6. Ariana Stefan | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Time for LDH Board and Management to resign.
    You have failed all animals and owners – and YOU ARE A DISGRACE !!
    Complete change is required.
    The public will be satisfied with no less.

  7. Jock Blair | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Time for LDH Board and Management to resign.
    You have failed all animals and owners – and YOU ARE A DISGRACE !!

  8. Jenna | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    As I have previously mentioned – can’t sack them if they actually own the place! The ownership of the LDH is shrouded in mystery. It is an unlisted public company – not a charity as many people believe. The register of shareholders/members is held at LDH and therefore impossible to access. It makes a lot of sense that someone like GS has only lasted for 30 years because he cannot be sacked if he is the owner. I wouldn’t be surprised if the rest of the board – many of whom have been there for far too long i.e in excess of 10 years – are also shareholders.

  9. Robyn Medley | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Do the right thing and Resign Now. ????????

  10. Ruth | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    Shame Shame Shame Smith and Board!

  11. betty downey | January 25, 2015 | Permalink

    i dont like the thing they are doing to the dogs and cats. i live in canada and i have never hear of this. till now

  12. Rod | January 26, 2015 | Permalink

    Jenna, you are right that the LDH is a public company, but you are wrong about it not being a charity – it is registered with The Australian Not for Profit and Charities Commission which regulates all charities.

  13. Barbara Carlyon | January 26, 2015 | Permalink

    The inhumane treatment of these animals is horrendous. I cannot believe it is still being allowed to happen. The members of the board need to resign immediately and new more humane board members put in place. This is very shameful.

  14. wcaroline petterson | January 27, 2015 | Permalink

    This organisation is hiding behind the fact that old laws and ways stated that this is what we do. In the real world people…..
    Things must change.
    This is just out and out cruelty and murder.