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John’s Happy Tales Report
10/10/16 Mostly Happy Tales From Inside And Around The FoG Kennel.

Had this been written this morning, we would have said that Ms. Scarlett has been the object of much affection, but had not received the final word, now, procrastination has paid off. Ms. Scarlet has an official application as of 3 o’clock this afternoon. So, hopefully her wait has ended and she’ll be on her way very soon. She has her bag packed and sitting outside the door, or maybe Aunt Michelle packed it for her, in any case, this is a happy event. To equalize the scale, Reward Joy has returned to the kennel. She is nine years old, was living happily with her family and her human dad passed away. The family must move away and she won’t be going with them. I know, I don’t understand either, if I lived in a car, my dog would have the front seat, but there may be circumstances I don’t know about, and the main concern is getting back into a loving home. She is a nine-year-old fawn brindle lady, has house experience and has no problems with children, cats, or other dogs, so she’s ready to move into to her final forever home, all we need is someone who will take in a senior and give her love for her last years. If you can do this, or know someone who might, please give Michelle or Jerry a call or contact them at the kennel or website.

Reward Joy

Reward Joy

There was no splash party this past weekend. Thank you Matthew. Actually, thank you Matthew for sparing our area, would rather miss an hour party than suffer major damage, so it turned out well for south Florida. There also will be no meet and greet at the Pet Supermarket this coming weekend. We are deferring until the following weekend, October 22nd, when Jill will be having a combo Customer Appreciation/Halloween party at the Pet Supermarket on University, just north of Sunrise Blvd. There will be treats, discounts, a few vendors, and of course, costumes. Jill is well known for her store parties, so it should be a lot of fun. We will be there from 10 A.M. until 2 P.M. so stop by and say hello if you are in the area.

Max

Max

The highlight for this weekend is the Community Yard Sale. We’ll be joining Beth and David Tattershall at Cocopalms Community Center, located at intersection of Lyons Road and NW 6th Manor, across from Windmill Park in Coconut Creek. The hours are from 9 A.M. until 2 P.M. It is a community yard sale, so there will be other groups there too, we will have artwork, office and shop supplies, lots of miscellaneous pet supplies and stuff for greyhounds and non-greyhounds that have been donated to us. Remember, we’re downsizing from 50 dogs to 10 and not vice versa, so we need customers to purchase and take away our items, so we can downsize or empty our rented warehouse. We do not need items donated, but thanks anyway, we are trying to eliminate as much as possible and make some much needed cash at the same time. Speaking of unloading, if anyone needs raised feeding dishes, we have about a half dozen new ones. Just sayin’.

Ok, that’s just about it for another week, stay safe, have a greyt week and stop in and say hello if you can at either or both of the upcoming events. As always, we will have an adoptable with us at the Pet Supermarket party, so if you’ve never met a real live racing greyhound up close and personal, this is your chance, and bring the kids, most greyhounds love kids.

One Comment

  1. Brittany says:

    Reward Joy is a very beautiful dog. I hope Ms Scarlett finds a home soon. Best to you!