2016 AWDRI Calendar

For 2016 our cover shot features Miss World Australia 2013, Erin Victoria Holland, and international model and spokesperson, Lauren Vickers, accompanied by our fantastic ambassadors Nimble and Tricky. Each month stars one or more of our AWDRI rescue dogs shot at iconic Australian locations, printed in vibrant colour, along with a snippet of trivia about where the shot was taken.

They make fantastic Christmas gifts and you won’t be able to do without one on your own wall. Every dollar made from the purchase of these calendars goes back into AWDRI to help us continue rescuing the working breeds of Australia and placing them into loving and suitable homes.


Photographs provided by AWDRI Photography

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Calendar Pricing:

1 – 3 Calendars = $17.50 ea

4 Calendars = $65.00 ($16.25 ea)

5 Calendars = $80.00 ($16.00 ea)

10 Calendars = $150.00 ($15.00 ea)


Postage & Handling Rates (Australia):

1 Calendar = $3.50

2 Calendars = $4.50

3-4 Calendars = $7.00

5 Calendars = $8.50

10 Calendars = $15.00

If Express Postage is required,  or for bulk orders over 10, please email calendar@awdri.com.au for instructions on payment.

**After paying by direct deposit please email your deposit receipt along with your name and postal address to calendar@awdri.com.au so we can send your calendars to your nominated address.

For direct deposit transfers please use the following bank account details:

  • BOQ: BSB: 124044
  • Account: 21374846
  • A/C Name: Australian Working Dog Rescue 

For overseas transfers the SWIFT DETAILS are as follows:

  • Swift Code : QBANAU4B
  • Bank Address : 259 Queen Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000
  • Reference : BSB: 124044, A/C Num: 21374846 and A/C Name: Australian Working Dog Rescue Inc.


If you are buying from outside of Australia use this PayPal button to buy one or more calendars. This price is inclusive of postage. Please note only Air Mail is available. If you wish express postage or tracking of registered post please contact us via calendar@awdri.com.au for instructions on paying additional postage.

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Bob was rescued from Cowra pound in NSW and it was pretty apparent there was something wrong with his hind legs which is possibly why he was dumped in the first place. In obvious discomfort, his gait and his sitting position indicated a problem with his hips and xrays and physical examination confirmed bilateral hip dysplasia with dislocation. The degree of dislocation meant it was not going to be as easy as putting him on modified exercise or medication so surgery had to be organised. He has to undergo bilateral femoral head excision which is cutting off the head of the femur, which normally sits inside the hip socket but which is clearly out of position in both hips.

Total rest for a period then gradual gentle exercise will allow him to use both legs without pain and over time the leg bones fall into alignment and the joint heals with tendons and muscles supporting the femur instead of the bony hip socket. Yes, he will always be a little less vigorous than your average kelpie but after he heals his mobility will be good and he will be pain free.

This is, unfortunately, quite costly surgery with having to have both hips done, so we are asking for your help.

Please donate and share.

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Eddy Piction

My name is Eddy and I’m looking for a new home. I’m an affectionate, smart, active boy; and would love a family who’ll give me direction as I’m still a puppy and need some training. This should not take long especially when food or treats are involved as I am food motivated. I already know my name and I am learning new tricks everyday.  I love being around people and interacting with them and other dogs.


5mth old cream male kelpie x


Located at Wollondilly Shire Council Pound NSW (Picton)

Ph: 02 4677 1144

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