9 comments to “The Lost Dogs Home still stuck in a brutal past”

  1. Jen | January 13, 2015 | Permalink

    I have been saying for quite a while now, that the senior management (and any others deemed necessary) should be evicted/sacked/let go from their positions and more caring people put in charge. How do we go about this? Do we take up a petition and hand it to the new Victorian Government and hope they will do something?

  2. Cathy c | January 13, 2015 | Permalink

    Disgusting deceptive poor performance from an organisation that sucks huge funding from the public and deceives
    Ldh management obviously enjoy the funding
    But those corrupt managers fail to protect the needy and worse still kill kill kill
    Nxt time you are tempted to dig deep for ldh just remember those greedy faces of those evil managers P
    Pictured here
    The cash doesn’t help the lost dogs or cats period

  3. Leeanne wakefield | January 13, 2015 | Permalink

    Let me know what I can do to help- this disgrace of an organisation needs to be shut down and in the meantime they should change their name to something that reflects what they actually achieve. “The murder shed” “the killing factory”
    Something that let’s people know what they are letting an animal in for if they take them there.

  4. agnes mccormack | January 13, 2015 | Permalink

    These So called senior management are clearly not there for the protection and care of these animals, they need to be assessing these pets and making the correct decisions based on them be able to be adopted. NOT KILL KILL just because it is the easy way out.


  5. Jessie | January 14, 2015 | Permalink

    Who are these people answerable to? Shareholders? The rest of the board?

    Clearly the positions they’re in are safe, and they probably pay well (Does the LDH release their salaries? The donating public deserve to know how much they fund in salaries for people who are big on spinning lies, shutting down questions and hiding criticism as well as paying these people to stay in their cushy jobs with nice super packages) so there’s no onus on them to up and go on their own: but who do we need to convince to get rid of them?

    Asking the LDH to change hasn’t worked. Getting new people and a new culture in there might, though. But how do we (legally, obviously!) get rid of these people who are making profit in an area which shouldn’t be profitable?

  6. Michealle Jones | January 14, 2015 | Permalink

    they say all the right things because they want people to think that they are kind and caring people. they are fooling themselves and others, they are cold hearted murderers who devastate families. Shame on you, get rid of them get them out.. even a monkey could run the place with a better intellect than them

  7. Felicity Hawkins | January 14, 2015 | Permalink

    I would love to see this superb article published in the press and itemised on tv news. I’m starting to believe media coverage is the only way to make this change. Headline should be LOST DOGS HOME CAUSING CONTINUOUS PAIN TO DOG OWNERS.

  8. Grace macdonald | January 14, 2015 | Permalink

    Okay this is it. I am campaigning for people to hit LDH in the picket until they stop these cruel oractises enough is enough. Power to the people

  9. Jac | January 16, 2015 | Permalink

    Pls use this hashtag to let them know we will be watching until they change #LDHwearewatching