One of the most well known WW2 service dogs was Corporal Smoky - an itty bitty 1.8kg, 18cm tall, Yorkshire Terrier that was found in an abandoned fox hole in the Papua New Guinea jungle. At the time, nobody had any notion of how the tiny dog got there. The American soldier brought her back to camp and to enable him to get back to a poker game he sold her to a comrade for £2 Australian, about $6.50 in today's money. The buyer was Corporal William Wynne, who named her 'Smoky'. This is where her story really began.
You Little Beauty!! Bill B., our mascot here in the Land Down Under, is stoked to say "G’day Mate" to all our cobbers and rellies, on this great holiday weekend for Straya Day, this Tuesday 26 Jan! We hope you're having a ripper of a celebration with some true-blue Aussie tucker - put some snags on the barbie, and ...
Please be aware that some websites have been using the Excalibur Dehydrators Australia business name unofficially misleading consumers into thinking they are us. We believe it is most important that we are transparent with our clients, thus gaining your trust and giving you confidence in your dealings with us.
Yes, we have some super exciting news ... The majority of Excalibur models are NOW AVAILABLE & IN STOCK! FINALLY we are getting back to some stability of stock ... whew!! - We're extremely pleased to let everybody know that the majority of models in the Excalibur dehydrator range have now landed into our warehouse and all orders are currently being despatched. What a nightmare it was for so many people last year 🙁