Sandi Blair sent in this photo of her daughter's best dog Busta.
Sandi Blair sent in this photo of her daughter's best dog Busta.

From the editor’s desk

Dear Subscriber,

Whether you are a new digital subscriber or you have been with us from the start, we want to thank you for your support of local journalism.

Between the news of animals in the Bundaberg region testing positive for canine coronavirus and entries opening for a new competition dogs have proven a hot topic for our online readers over the past week or so.

During the search to find Australia's Top Dog we put the call out for photos of your furry friends and boy did you respond.

There were so many we couldn't fit them all in print, but you can find many more of them online here.

Best of luck to those who entered the national Dogs of Oz competition, we'd be thrilled to see a Bundaberg doggo receive a morning makeover on either Sunrise or The Morning Show from a Pooch Perfect groomer and a $5000 voucher from our friends at Petbarn.

In the meantime check out the Dogs of Oz section on our website for heaps of pup related yarns.

 

In case you missed it

Here are some of the stories that have got our readers talking over the past few days:

Racing greyhounds test positive for coronavirus in Bundaberg

Pet owners offered tips for canine coronavirus

Bundy woman charged over daycare death

Paradise cost: How lowered dam will cost Bundy $2.4 billion

Candidate cash flow: Gift disclosures for election

 

 

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Megan Sheehan, editor



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