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Galleria Dog Days

Wednesday, August 10 & 17, 5:00 – 8:00 PM

At the Galleria Mall
2414 East Sunrise Blvd.


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  1. […] Fashion Hounds at the Galleria Mall is coming up next month. We have fifty tickets and 100% of the ticket sales go directly to FoG Kennel. Tickets are twenty dollars each, and the winner gets a $1,000 shopping spree at this four story building of high end goodies. Even the food is good there. If we sell all our tickets, FoG will get $1,000 directly for our kennel. There are about seventy three ways to get a raffle ticket, including directly from FoG with cash or check. You can go to the Helping Us site on our page and get tickets through Pay Pal. If you go through Pay Pal on our website, you can use the memo line and tell us it’s for the raffle tickets, or you can email Michelle direct and as soon as Pay Pal acknowledges the payment, Michelle will email you back with the serial numbers of the tickets and will make sure they get into the drum. The twenty dollars donation is tax deductible, unless you win, but in that case it doesn’t matter, it’s worth it. You do not have to be present to win. We will also have tickets available at the War Memorial Adoption Fair on August 14th and all the events that we will be doing until the 17th, including our Saturdays at the Pet Supermarket, which, in case you didn’t know, we have changed locations to the one at 2696 N. University Drive, in Sunrise, on the east side of the street across from Pollo Tropical. We will be there from ten until two o’clock as usual, starting on Saturday, August 6th. This location is very close to the kennel, so if we have someone really interested in adopting a hound, they can zip right over to the kennel and check out the dogs in person in just minutes. Not the reason for changing locations, but it turns out to be a good deal anyway. Also, our Whole Foods ten cents a bag program brought us $890 dollars for the dogs and kept 9.000 plastic bags out of our landfills, a win/win proposition for everyone involved. So, with our large greyhound community, fifty tickets to distribute, and till the middle of August to do it, we’re hoping to get all our tickets covered and bring in a nifty thousand much needed pesos for our inmates. We have two in casts, recovering from surgery, and the expenses are never ending, so every bit of cash comes in handy in the dog rescue game. We now have a waiting list of dogs to get in, word seems to be getting out about how we treat the dogs and even some owners are expressing their desire to have us take their retired dogs, which is refreshing after the biased treatment we received from the casinos. The dog’s welfare has always been the only priority for FoG, not pro or con racing feelings, perceived or otherwise, and that has caused some ruffled feathers among the racing industry and potential adopters, but anyone who has ever known us knows that the dogs come first. […]