Norah Ormerod is excited to represent and compete with Etosha Rescyue, she says "All the Glenaholm Rhodesian Ridgeback (established 1947) pups learn to love the Kuranda bed from a very early age. The enjoy cuddling up together and sharing. As soon as I let them out in the mornings, they run to the beds to get off the wet grass. There have been as many as 15 pups up at once and many pups have rolled over and fallen off and been so embraced by that."
Julie Mitchell and her team at Etosha Rescue says "Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and find the best homes available for our dogs and cats. Adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and free of disease (including heartworms) prior to adoption. Dogs receive basic obedience training as well as socialization through the Etosha Foster Care Program. We promote state-wide educational events which focus on the importance of spaying or neutering, humane treatment for all animals, and workshops to teach children the basics of responsible pet ownership. Etosha is dedicated to maintaining a high success rate (about ninety-five percent) for placing companion animals in forever homes. We achieve this by carefully screening prospective adopters and knowing which dogs or cats are most likely to be a good match for them."
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