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John’s Happy Tales Report
1/4/16 Mostly Happy Tales From Inside And Around The FoG Kennel.

Rosco

Rosco

Happy New Year to everyone from all of us at the kennel. May you and your people have many more years of love and good health. The kennel begins the New Year on a happy and ambitious note, there is a patio project in the works to give the inmates better shelter and access to the great outdoors in times of inclement weather. That is in the works and as always, Ms. Michelle has work for anyone who wishes to help out around the kennel. There is a wide variety of jobs and projects so if you’d like to help out the cause for the paws, and would like to spend some time around the animals, feel free to notify her and I’m sure they can arrange something for you, and this also applies to any high school students that need their community service hours. The kennel is in Sunrise, so if you’re in the area, it’s a lot easier to get to than the previous one in Hialeah

Sierra

Sierra

I was at the meet and greet last Saturday at the Pet Supermarket on East Sunrise Blvd., met some interesting people and dogs. Rosco was the featured stud and he got some serious looks. He’s a return, as per usual, through no fault of his own, his humans got a divorce and neither of them can keep him any longer. Their loss could be your gain; he now has real house experience, so he should transition into your life with minimum problems. He’s a small guy, five years old, with a laid back personality. He is a beautiful red brindle; one lady said he almost resembles a tiger with his markings. He originally tested as cat tolerant but he hasn’t been retested yet. We currently have five other dogs available, four boys and two girls, you can check our website, Pet Finder, or call Michelle of Jerry and get all the inside information on any and all of them and I just had a little bird tell me that there may be some other dogs coming in very soon. Actually the little bird is a figure of speech, it’s more like a large gnome or gnat, but the news is good and good news is always welcome, so call Michelle or Jerry and they can give you the up to the minute information on who’s where, why, and what. And, don’t forget, with our current configuration, we can now most likely arrange for a visit from one or a couple of our adoptables at your house and at your convenience, Michelle is very flexible, kind of like a large Gumby, only not so green. The last time I looked, which was Saturday, Max, Charlie, Roscoe, and Joey are our boys and Sweetheart and Sierra are the two girls. I mention that so that our webmaster has a chance to post pictures of something I am mentioning in the blog, sort of eye candy I guess. Mandy is to be delivered to her new home in the middle of the week, so best of luck, love, health, and happiness to her and her new humans as she begins her new life as a real dog.

Joey

Joey

Ren-Fest is fast approaching, February 13th thru March 27th this year. We are not officially in yet this year, but are optimistic. The news hopefully will be carried on by Michelle for the next couple weeks, maybe, I am doing the second of my knee replacements and will be incapacitated for the next couple weeks, as I will most likely be held captive audience in a rehab facility and I don’t have a laptop. The last knee did so well I am hoping to do a repeat and am thankful that I am not a spider or centipede, this will be the second and last knee replacement I hope. It has been suggested I think about doing a head replacement, but I’m assuming that was in jest. Have a greyt rest of the week and I hope to continue this gibberish in a couple or three weeks, which means I will have survived well enough to continue my work with these beautiful greyhounds and the crazy community of owners who are truly special people.