14 comments to “The Lost Dogs Home – a quick and dirty research guide”

  1. juliet kent | January 19, 2015 | Permalink

    These stats r disgusting and something needs to change. looks like greed and the mighty dollar wins again.

  2. Felicity Hawkins | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    And when you’ve finished all this – which proves what survivors these barbarians are – you can look back over the last few weeks of FB and read the recent, ongoing stories of cruelty and heartache. All caused by the TOTAL INDIFFERENCE TO HUMANITY of the management of the LDH.
    PLEEEEEASE get rid of these people.

  3. Julie Bandel | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    I run a Facebook group called VIC LOST AND FOUND DOGS (ALL BREEDS) With 800 members and growing. I am fully behind this plan of action, and am informing my members/friends and associates. If you need help, please contact me

  4. candise | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    This is so discutsting… somethig needs to be done for these innocent furbabies.. SUE YOU NEED TO STAND DOWN OR BE TAKEN DOWN !!!!

    • Wendy Viccars | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

      i am with u, just say the word

  5. Heather | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    Im so shocked at this behaviour, I’ve been involved with many rescue organisations but unfortunately not heard about this. Please let me know what I can do to help. I’ve already contacted every Council supporting LDH and sent emails to everyone they have listed. I’ve contacted other animal rescue centres to support this & sign the partition. I really think a rally/demonstration should be organised. It is the only way to get the media to stand up & listen. I worked/volunteered with Project Jonah for over 10 years to finally achieve the Southern Whale Sanctuary and also friend/supporter of Captain Paul Watson – a real doer! I am 100 percent behind you and all groups to stop this awful slaughter.

  6. eileen sokolowski | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    Yes, it sounds like greed to me too and I don’t know why they haven’t been investigated by the State or closed down. They have no business being a Lost Dog Home, as they seem to kill more days than foster or adopt them out. A evil place indeed.

  7. Belinda | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    you can’t read the first one on an iPhone. Just letting you know so that you can make it accessible for more readers :)

  8. jan | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    Its disgusting what’s been happening in the LDH its about time they changed the staff, to one’s that really love and care for animals. How come the RSPCA didn;t look into it, and did some thing about it. Jan Purcell

  9. Anne | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    The LDH is stuck in a time warp (pre 1980’s) where it was commonplace to make room in a pound/shelter environment by heavy culling. I cannot believe that this environment is condoned by the local Councils who continue to use this facility knowing full well what atrocities take place there. The Councils don’t want to pay out for pound facilities (and probably wouldn’t if they didn’t have to), even though pet owners pay registration fees each year. The LDH in its greed has taken on many more Councils than it should have, and the consequence being that the dogs and cats are no more than dollars in the LDH coffers. An organisation that euthanases approx. 45% of its unclaimed dogs (I am not even game to look at the cat figures) should be really proud of themselves.

  10. Samuel Haynes | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    This is just horrifying.

  11. kat beaum | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    Please we need to help these poor creaturs as soon as possible
    there is just to much death happening to healthy animals

  12. kat beaum | January 20, 2015 | Permalink

    Save our animals from LDH, barbaric

  13. Jaid | January 21, 2015 | Permalink

    I will never support or adopt from LDH again!!