Warwick Dog Obedience Club members (from left) Ellen Senior, Sammy Le Feuvre, Barbara Dingley and dog Czarina, Belinda Burley and Anne Sinnamon point to the flood height at the showgrounds.
Warwick Dog Obedience Club members (from left) Ellen Senior, Sammy Le Feuvre, Barbara Dingley and dog Czarina, Belinda Burley and Anne Sinnamon point to the flood height at the showgrounds.

Barking out for help after flood

MEMBERS of the Warwick Dog Obedience Club work their dogs each Sunday afternoon beside their clubhouse at the Warwick Showground.

But working bees have replaced dog obedience tests on the past three Sundays after about 900mm and then 1.4m of floodwater went through the clubhouse in the two floods.

Secretary Ellen Senior said while the clubhouse stood up well to the flood, a lot of furniture and equipment was lost.

“We have received a table and chairs from St Vinnies and got tables from the Endeavour Shop,” Mrs Senior said.

The club's biggest needs are stackable chairs and lawnmowers which were lost/damaged in the flood.

It is also seeking new members to bring their dogs each Sunday from 3.45pm to 5.30pm, For more information call 46615384 or 46612415.


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