DOGS NSW Magazine

DOGS NSW Magazine is the official magazine published by DOGS NSW on all matters canine. Produced monthly for our members it features all the latest dog news, events and in-depth articles covering canine health, behaviour, nutrition, well being and breeding.

Latest Edition

Spotlight feature:

German Spitz (Mittel) (Klein)

The German Spitz is a happy, intelligent, bright, confident and lively little dog. As it is a highly social breed, it makes a wonderful family dog that is devoted and bonds well.

Also in this edition:

  • 50 & 25 Year Members
  • Christmas Closure Times
  • Christmas Office Closure Times
  • Coverage of the Royal Canin 2019 International Spring Fair
  • Win 'a $250 Voucher to be used at any Ingenia Holidays Park!'!
  • Puppy Competition
  • Breeders Directory
  • Classifieds

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Gazette

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Subscribe

In order to subscribe to DOGS NSW magazine you will need to become a financial member of DOGS NSW. Please contact the DOGS NSW office for further information or see the attached membership application.

Click here to become a member, or call 02 9834 3022 to arrange a member application to be posted.

Advertise

Advertise in DOGS NSW magazine, the state’s award-winning publication on purebred dogs. To find out more, please contact Kerry Christofi on 02 9834 0217 at DOGS NSW for a Media Kit and to discuss advertising options.

Find out more about advertising here

Contribute

We are always on the look out for new contributors to DOGS NSW magazine.

If you’ve got a story to tell about your life with dogs, particular area of canine expertise or would like to write a letter to the Editor, please contact Kerry Christofi on kchristofi@dogsnsw.org.au or 02 9834 0217.

 

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