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John’s Happy Tales Report
6/8/15 Mostly Happy Tales From Inside And Around The FoG Kennel.

Lady

Lady

The dog days of summer are here. We have eight of these dogs of summer available for adoption. If you would like to find out more about them individually you can check the website or call Michelle or Jerry and arrange for an up close and personal meeting with them. If you play your cards right, you might even get them to bring them out to you at your abode and meet them up close and personal on your turf. We have two new arrivals, two girls, Wednesday and Lady. Lady is an older sweetheart, eleven years old. She is a petite brindle and well adjusted. She has lived in a home with children and small dogs, so she would most probably fit in immediately with your household. She hasn’t been cat tested yet but by the time you read this, she probably will have been, so if a cat is a factor, you can find out all the important information by calling Michelle. She does not like to be alone, so she would probably do well in a home with other animals, or humans that are home most of the time. Harley is a young (19 months old) kind of dorky looking brindle pup. He still has the blunt nose, floppy eared puppy look. Don’t tell him I said all this but he’s probably going to be a goofy, very sweet, quiet kind of guy when he grows up and out, the kind you fall madly in love with.

Harley

Harley

Dee Dee has gone to her new home in Port St. Lucie, with two new siblings of the regular dog breed variety to keep her company. We wish her and her new family a lifetime of love, happiness, and good health and thanks for making a world of difference to one more retired greyhound. It’s been just about exactly a year since we closed the doors permanently at the old kennel in Hialeah. We’re about half way to the goal of raising the money needed to start up a new kennel. It’s not an easy task, but our people are driven by the desire to once again find homes for each and every one of these beautiful dogs, so hopefully good fortune will help fulfill these dreams. As much as everyone reads and spreads the word about leaving dogs in hot cars, there is always another case of it happening, so please, spread the word, don’t leave animals in cars, especially down here, even if you think it’s only for a moment or two, things happen unexpectedly. Better to think that your pet is mad at you for not taking him for a ride, than coming back to a fried doggie. Have a greyt week, and give your hounds a hug from me.
 
 
 
 
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