Hi, my name is Molly. I am 4 years old, turning 5 this year. My mummy says that I am growing up too fast and that I am still her little baby.
Everyone says that I am beautiful because of my golden hair shirt and my happy face. Some people call me Golden Retriever, but I quickly remind them that my name is Molly and for some reason when I say this they just rub my ears. I am always smiling because lots of things make me happy, these include my breakfast, my dinner, treats, bones, snacks, my breakfast, my dinner, treats, treats and did I mention bones?
Every day, my mummy takes me and my brother to the beach. I love the beach because I can run forever and there are lots of yummy tasty treats there for me to munch on.
My mummy always tells me that she loves me and tells me about the first time she saw me. She said I was the quietest little puppy in the room and that she held me for the first time, I feel asleep on her shoulder – and that she hasn’t stopped loving me ever since.
I am excited about the Dirty Dog Tail Run. I have found lots of yummy smells exploring these trails with my pack and I can’t wait for all my other doggy friends to smell them too!
Hi my name is Jack and I love tennis balls. I really, really love tennis balls. I love ‘em. I can’t concentrate on anything else if there is a tennis ball in the room. Oh look there’s one over there… The other thing I love is the beach! But only if there is a tennis ball on the beach.
I was adopted from the pound when I was 5mths. Mummy said that I was tinnie tiny when she first met me and that I was like a boppity frog, jumping all over the place! She always gives me lots of cuddles and tells me I feel like a fluffy teddy bear.
I love my family and do flips and flops and say lots and lots whenever I see them. My mummy tells me all the time that she is the luckiest mumma on earth to have found me.
Hurry up Dirty Dog Tail Run! I want to chase some more tennis balls with new friends!
A love of outdoor adventures, dogs and community has seen eclectic producer, Danielle, develop some of Australia most innovative events in recent times including Wildside Adventure Race, Running Scared, Junior Spirit and the Dirty Dog Tail Run.
The joy she gets from her fur-babies Jack and Molly, has been the genesis for the Dirty Dog Tail Run, an Australian-first, trail run for dogs and their owners. For Danielle any event that she delivers is all about getting outside, having fun and wanting to do it all over again.
Dirty Dog Tail Run's extraordinaire social media guru Kelly aims to get as many pooch parents informed about the event as possible. Kelly is mumma to the beautiful boofa border collie, Don. Kelly and family (both the human and hound kind) are keen adventurers, spending plenty of time in the bush always exploring and seeking out new trails that are pooch friendly. Kelly has been a social media specialist for several years and worked on a numbers of projects including cultural festivals, children's & sporting events across the MidCoast region. Kelly and Don are looking forward to capturing and sharing the barking-mad fun at this year's Dirty Dog Tail Run.
Rob has been a practicing veterinarian for over 18 years, fulfilling his childhood dream. He has worked in Forster NSW for 13 years and feels privileged to have been a part of the entire lives of many of his patients – from their first vaccinations to their precious final days. He has become a trusted family friend of many of his loyal clients over that time.
Sam began veterinary nursing in 2009 but has been committed to the welfare of animals for the past 25 years, lobbying for voiceless animals on behalf of many welfare organisations. Sam loves her job and couldn’t ask for anything more than to spend her days caring for and improving the lives of animals. Sam is currently completing her Master’s degree in International Animal Welfare, Ethics and Law.