A dog breeder has closed a dog kenning club for the upcoming season due to a shortage of supplies.
The Dog Kennels Association of Australia said the Club, based in Bendigo, WA, had been closed since last Friday.
“We are so grateful to the Kennelers Association of WA for their help and support in bringing our Club back to life,” the Dog Kenners Association said in a statement.
“It has been a great experience and I look forward to seeing many more of the Club’s dogs as soon as possible.”
The Kenneler’s Association said the Kennels Club had not received any donations since the closure.
It was due to be the final season for the Dogs Kennel, which is the state’s only breeders’ club.
“The Kennels Clubs will be operating as normal,” the Kennesers Association told ABC News.
The Dog kennels association said it was looking for volunteers to join its rescue team.””
We do have a limited number of dogs and we do not expect any new dogs to be admitted until the end of the year.”
The Dog kennels association said it was looking for volunteers to join its rescue team.
“To be able to offer new and experienced breeders a chance to get involved with the rescue work is fantastic for the community and we thank all our volunteers for their hard work,” the Dogs kennells association said.