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Posted by missy472 •22w ago • Report
Hi, I desperately need help for my 7 year old miniature labradoodle who is suffering with a nose problem. She rubs her nose along the ground crying loudly and hysterically. This goes on for about a minute and there is no consoling her while she is doing it. When she stops this action she attempts to sneeze and clear her nose but nothing comes out. She has had lots of tests and procedures carried out at the vet and various trials on many medications but nothing works. She has these attacks almost hourly throughout the day and night and so none of us sleep well. When the attack is over she acts as though nothing has happened. They do not affect her appetite or energy level. It is the most pitiful and extremely loud cry i have ever heard from a dog
Posted by Natalie1811 •23w ago • Report
Would love to give a challenge to you guys on a small backyard on a small block that appears impossible to renovate. we so desperately have tried to fix for our 3 daughters. We have had flooding issues since moving here 2 years ago. Lovely Queensland storms!! My husband and I desperately trying to save our home. I have promised my girls somewhere to play. We had to sell our previous home which did have a yard. Although, I am sure there are more deserving people out there, we would still like a chance. My husband and I work just so hard for our family just trying to make ends meet like so many out there. It would be so great to be able to achieve this for our girls.x
Posted by William362 •25w ago • Report
Hi, I have just moved into the Glenorchy Gardens Retirement Community in an outer Hobart City. The gardens are reasonably well kept as can be expected, but are like most , in need of a major overhaul. The Community is mostly over 75 year old all with their own needs and aspirations. Originally the surrounding gardens may well have looked great but are overgrown , roses need pruning, weeds galore and dozens of old tired plants.,obviously retired. Some of the residents attempt to do a bit but as you can imagine we all have our own problems, mentally and physically. I was going to start a vegetable garden area, but due to a major Heart attack and minor stroke some two months ago I am limited to just what I can do. It would be a wondrous and thoughtful thing to do if we could arrange for s major overhaul of the Garden area, which , is not all that large but covers a lot of are a fair bit or land. And a raised garden area would also give the residents an added interest and probably a greater interest in life and get them outside instead of hiding away in their units. Up until my Heart attack I loved gardening but I am now limited in what I am permitted and able to do. They have also attempted to put a rose garden and a flag pole area, for Anzac days, but unfortunately that has died a horrible death and looks unsightly.

It would give everyone in the village, a new lease of life should they be lucky enough to have your talented crew look over the area and suggest, help with a make over.

Kind regards,
Posted by Kelly1406Report
Hi I have a best friend who is constantly being bitten, punched,kicked at everyday... you probably say who in there right mind would put up with this.. well she does because it is her 10 year old son that does this to her. She has been battling this for now 6years. She and her family really need a positive to happen in their life. Her house has holes in her plaster and her garden has died due to not having time to maintain it - as all her time goes into her son and also her daughter .Her daughter is 12 years old and has anxiety because of this as well - they can not go on holidays, they cannot go anywhere as a family due to his mental breakdowns as the looks they get are very hurtful. Our society and government are not any help at all. Can you please cover this story as the amount of autistic kids rise everyday! There is a whole in the system for children from 10-16years old, and their is no support for her family - more support is given if they were a foster family. Her son is under going puberty (due to medicine) at 10 years old hence why his hormones are all over the place and he is aggressive. Please please please any help or assistance would be very much appreciated. - re do her garden, home, a holiday anything at all - they are so deserving - they need to smile.
Posted by Bethany170Report
Hello I need Dr Harry's help I have a transgendered cockatiel, he bangs his beak and regurgitates and somethings during spring he mates with himself. The big problem is that he's very aggressive and won't let anyone touch him my mother and I have been whistling the same song to him for the last two years and still won't whistle please help I love my bird and I want my bird to love me
Posted by Jan762Report
Hello, I have a note here from my grand daughter Rachel who wants to help her dad update their backyard in the Yarra Valley, Victoria.
Quoting: ' Hi, Better Homes and Gardens. My name is Rachel and I live with my mum and dad and sister. Mum and dad keep talking about doing up the backyard but since dad (41 years young) started his new job we haven't had the time or money.'
(Explanation: early this year, Rachel's dad drastically changed careers from a senior store manager (21 years service) to a 1st Year Mature-age Apprentice Electrician. This will take 4 years of hard work. Everyone is immensely proud of Rachel's dad, as at last he is following his dream and doing what he likes as a job).
Back to Rachel: 'We have been living in our house for about 2 years and mum has a Family Day Care business at our place. We need to find some things to make the backyard an enjoyable place to play in. Can you help?
I want it to be a big surprise if you can. Dad wants a big shed, he has been talking about it ever since the sold sign went up on this house. All of us want an entertainment area as well, and a place to cover up the caravan. Our dog Zed lives with us, too, he keeps on playing with kids really nicely. I hope you can help us.'
From: Rachel, age 11 years.
PS: we would like a vegie garden too... and can I help you if you come??
Posted by Natalie1686Report

My dad is the hardest working man I know. He wakes up at 4am every morning and works 6 days a week. Mostly gets home at around 6.30 - 7pm. But doesn't stop there, on Sundays he catches up on paperwork and tries his best to fix up the house where he can. He used to go every Sunday to his aunties farm (deceased) to feed the cows and fix up the fence.
My dad does his best to provide for me and my brother. Working so hard so we can be happy and know he's doing a good job.
For a year now we have had a dog named Sadie and she has ruined our back yard. Destroying the beautiful grass we once had and she has taken out our Rosemary bush.
i hope this could be a chance to help out my dad to have a fantastic team to renovate the back yard as he never has time to do it.
A bit of a helping hand would be 1000 times appreciated. I would love to put a smile on my dads face and take one heavy weight off his shoulders. As a sigh of relief to having a beautiful backyard.

Natalie Castellan
Posted by Kaylene108Report
I would love some help from Find My Family to find my father. I only have his name, David Saunderson. My mother was in a relationship with him but they broke up before she found out she was pregnant and then never bothered to tell him. I'm now 39 and have kids of my own and I would love the opportunity to meet my father. Please let me know if you can help.
Posted by Clare443Report
I'm 38 and just found out 2 weeks ago via DNA that I'm not biologically my fathers. My mother committed suicide after I was born and no one ever suspected I was not my dads. I've just embarked on a mission to find my biological father who most likely does not even know I exist! I have no name but I have leads. Can you help me?
Posted by Susan1666Report
I was adopted in 1966 and I have no name . I've spend a ridiculous amount of money and used 2 different search company's, and have gotten nowhere I was wondering if maybe this new TV show Long Lost Family could help me or guide me as what and where to go next . Please Help..