Media articles re Murray River Puppies.
You should be Concerned about the future of Registered Domestic Animal Businesses.
Its your choice being taken away.
Matt Hamm speaking to Jon Faineabout the new legislation and why it wont work.
Listen online here https://radio.abc.net.au/stations/local_melbourne/live…
Articles can be better view from face-book page. Murray River Puppies.
One of our Groodles owners Dr Brenda Abbey and Brian Abbey have just released a children's book that stars our/thier Groodle "Archie".
It is a fabulous children's book and a credit to Dr Brenda Abbey and Brian and all thier hard work. If you would like to spoil the kids or just want a copy as you have a MRP's Groodle or Just because you have a Groodle please contact Brenda and order a copy now- believe us you will not be disappointed.
Two fantastic story's that have hit the news re 2 very Special Groodles breed by MURRAY RIVER PUPPIES
Our Destination happiness Stars
Watch out for our newest TV stars today 9.9.17!!! 💫💫💫
Teddy and Riley will be starring on Channel 9 at 12pm today on Destination Happiness. If people miss it they can see it on 9Now catch up TV.
Man's Best friend
Dog initiative aims to improve wellbeing
Mar 1, 2019 | Bendigo Weekly.
Grant Shannon introduces Dogs Connect to students at Kangaroo Flat primary school.
A WELLBEING group is partnering with Bendigo Community Health Services to improve mental health in schools across the city.
Dogs Connect is a learning program introducing a dog to the classroom.
This Australia-first program aims to improve culture in schools by focusing on student wellbeing and connectedness.
The program is based on academic research around student wellbeing and applied learning, combined with experience of a broad range of behavioural practices.
The program introduces a dog as a permanent member of the school’s learning community.
Former Bendigo primary school teacher and Dogs Connect founder, Grant Shannon said the aim is to help create lifelong learners through improved wellbeing, awareness and connection.
“Incorporating a dog into teaching and learning practices helps develop social and emotional skills for students and staff in schools,” he said.
“We are excited to be working and sharing the same vision with Bendigo Community Health Services to support students emotional and social well-being to improve engagement and learning.
“Since it launched in 2015, nine regional Victorian schools have used the program
to help their students feel more connected to their school environment, to help them to cope with negative emotions, to be calmer and happier and achieve deeper learning.”
Sun herald sun, footy dog competition On fox sports afl 360 on tv
Quick maple update who is 9 1/2 months now.
She is just beautiful and so loved by everyone.
She and my son recently won the herald sun, footy dog competition and were then invited on fox sports afl 360 on tv, see below link.
2 Up coming stars Sponsored
By Murray River Puppies.
We wish them all the best.
Both Brylee and Kurtis started playing volleyball at primary school age.
They applied at a sports academy college for a place in the Athlete development program at year 7 level, from where approx. 400 kids go through a selection process to be accepted in their chosen sport
Both were excepted in the volleyball program where they train before school at 6.45am-8.30am or after school 3.20pm-5pm, 4 days a week.
They play in competition games Friday evening.
both do beach training on a Saturday during the summer months for 3 hours and sometimes all day beach comps on a Sunday
both do indoor state training on Sundays during the winter months for 3-6 hours
Brylee has represented Victoria in 2018 national Jnr competitions for both beach volleyball competing in WA in the under 15 team and indoor under 15 White team ( 2nd team ) in Qld, coming home with a Bronze medal !!
This year she, again represented Victoria in the National Jnr competitions for Beach Volleyball held in Bunbury WA finishing 5th place. Brylee was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the under 15 girls beach side.
She will be competing in the indoor Jnr comp held in Canberra in September this year in the top under 15 blue team
Brylee also was excepted In the Schools Sports Victoria (SSV) under 16 team ( as a bottom age team member.)
SSV only select 10 girls from elimination trails to play in the SSV side. The team will compete in ADL this August against all other Australian Sate SSV teams
Brylee is also off to NZ in November to play with her schools Jnr team in the schools international cup.
Kurtis applied for the under 14 boys indoor team this year, as one of the younger players and made the top side for the Victorian under 14 team ( 10 boys selected ) to compete in Canberra in September for the Indoor Jnr National Competition.
Thanks again love Caz Brent Brylee and Kurty XO