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John’s Happy Tails Report
6/16/14 Happy Tales From Just About Anywhere We Can Get Them At The Present Time.

This could be very interesting in the wrong sense of the word. I am essentially out of the loop as far as information is concerned, Michelle pretty well summed it up on Saturday, and so we’ll try to add a little bit of bits and pieces and odds and ends if they decide they want a Monday blog from this neck of the woods. My latest update of the world according to FOG is as follows. There are still three dogs left that are up for adoption in case you haven’t checked Michelle’s blog. Benny of Ruckus, who went out with Busta Move, proved to be too much for his new household, so he is back at FOG, and is available for adoption. He is a little rambunctious and is not cat tolerant, so he would probably do well in a home by himself (but not where he is the primary bread winner), without another dog or cat. He loves to ramble so a nice yard would be a plus for this youngster. Chicks Love Me has also been returned and he wants to be readopted. His only problem was that his humans moved to an area where he was not welcome. He is also not cat tolerant, but has no behavior problems as far as I know. Keltie was apparently adopted out from the Humane Society of Greater Miami in 2010, so she’s probably at least five or six years old by now, and I have no idea what her story is other than the people turned her in to an animal shelter instead of returning her directly back to us, which is required and requested when the dogs are adopted out. So, even though we are out of Hialeah, we already have three dogs available for adoption. For more and better information on them, contact Jerry or Michelle, or Jerry B. while they are out of town.

Keltie
Chicks Love Me
Keltie
Chicks Love Me
Benny of Ruckus
Benny of Ruckus

Ok, now what? Diffy wishes to tell everyone that he misses his friends already. He did his first dog park in Miami Springs on Saturday and Sunday and it wasn’t the same. The dogs and people were nice and friendly, but it wasn’t the same. Our other two mutt- ski’s also went, Charlie making his first official car trip and dog park visit. He got in the car on the way over, and did well at the park, but peed on Julie’s hand while she was trying to assist him into the car for the trip home. It’s yet to be determined whether he was scared or just didn’t want to go home yet. Diffy did well with two large Ridgebacks on Saturday, but got nipped by a short guy named Bear on Sunday. Nothing hurt but his dignity. So, we passed our first weekend without our grey friends and family and survived, and I’m hoping that the dogs that would be coming to us are surviving their weekends without us too. Stay tuned to FOG in the future for new developments, you can slack off till the end of the month if you want, since Jerry and Michelle will be almost totally out of touch with the rest of us, both literally and figuratively, but stand by for some action beginning in July, and keep these three dogs in your minds if you or someone you know who might be interested, they are ready to go to their forever homes for real this time, the sooner the better.