Sydney Morning Herald – Saturday 5 January 2005
Author: With Kate Askew
Dog of a day
While the rest of the country was glued to the set and the mysteries of
Some eastern suburbs residents will be familiar with the four-wheel-drive, given it can sometimes be spotted, with hazard lights blazing, parked in the transit lane in front of Woolworths on New South Head Road while the
The poor pooch in question was in pursuit of a cat and met an untimely end when it ran under the car.
After first asking for the Seven Network's help in dealing with Sauce's inquiry about the dreadful event (she's not an employee, but her husband
Clearly, small dogs, small children and big cars do not mix.
"I feel very sorry for everyone on this," Pedestrian Council of Australia's often outspoken chief,
"I'm sympathetic to the owners and I'm sympathetic to Skye," he says. "Dogs should be on leashes ... I can't see how it can be Skye's fault. It serves as a reminder to us all that dogs that run out and into traffic - apart from the hurt it causes their owners - can cause accidents."
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