Well these are my new four legged walking buddies who I am now walking regularly each week.
Meet Oscar who is a Golden Retriever crossed with a Bernese Mountain dog.
Taj is a Border Collie and a quiet, older soul.
Dakota is the strongest and chatty one of the group. He is a Siberian Husky. He does not mind having a little howl.
They are all super well behaved and walk extremely well together.
Today we walked along the Maribyrnong River. The weather in Melbourne is still stunning to get out and about and do some exercise.
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Our aim is to ensure pet owners find a trusted local pet sitter when they go away or even for pet daycare and walks.
Our pet sitting community are passionate about pets offering personal, loving attention in their own homes or even yours
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A little about Motor Neurone Disease:
Motor neurone disease (MND) is the name given to a group of diseases in which the nerve cells – neurones – controlling the muscles that enable us to move around, speak, breathe and swallow, fail to work normally. With no nerves to activate them, muscles gradually weaken and waste. The patterns of weakness vary from person to person.
There is no known cure and no effective treatment for MND
Average life expectancy is 2.5 years*
MND is a progressive, terminal neurological disease
MND can strike anyone
Each day in Australia two people die from MND
Each day in Australia two people are diagnosed with MND
People with MND progressively lose the use of their limbs and ability to speak, swallow and breathe, whilst their mind and senses usually remain intact
More than 2,000 people have MND in Australia or whom 60% are male and 40% are female*
Mean time from onset to confirmation of diagnosis is 10 to 18 months*
Prevalence of MND in 2015 was 8.7 per 100,000 people or 1 per 11,434 Australians*
Approximately 58% of people with MND are under the age of 65*
The total cost of MND in Australia was $2.37 billion in 2015. This equates to $1.1 million per person*
For every person diagnosed with MND it is estimated that a further 14 members of their family and their friends will live with the effect of MND forever