Friday, February 15, 2008
But I digress. On the WAG front, here's some great news. After the successful adoption event at Boss Brothers last weekend and one the following day at Pet Smart, there was enough space to rescue 12 dogs from Walton Animal Control. Yay!
Our future Boss Brothers adoption events will be held on the second Saturday of each month, so plan on stopping by. You never know where you'll find a new warm and cuddly friend.
On February 18th we'll be presenting Walton Co. Fire Rescue with pet resusitation masks for each fire station in the county. These hook up to oxygen tanks and give a better flow of air to pets who may suffer from smoke inhalation or carbon monoxide poisoning. It's just another way of trying to help as many pets as we can.
Don't forget the next WAG meeting on February 19 at 6:30 pm at Walton-Monroe library!
Monday, February 11, 2008
"Operation Big Fix," our spay/neuter project, has been very successful. We've done 9 surgeries since the flyers were distributed on February 2. WAG promised free s/n for the first 24 residents signed up from areas we canvassed. We've transported a few, others were able to come on their own. The Walton Tribune will be penning a short story about our efforts, so keep an eye out for that.
Our first adoption event at Boss Bros. went off without a hitch this weekend. We brought 14 animals, 4 were adopted - which was about one for each hour we were there. Not bad for a start!
Here are a few photos:
Some happy adopters
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Take ultra-spoiled pets, for example. They sleep in luxury, have seasonal clothing, dine on fine cuisine and seem to have every advantage.
If you want to spend big money on pets, it’s very easy to find places to take your cash. Try http://www.ritzyrover.com/ for example. For $1,800 your dog can sleep in this bed. It's chenille with crystal legs and comes with a throw pillow. This thing makes my blanket look pretty rank.
Does you dog cruise around the house barefoot? The shame of it. What about this stunning ruby slippers - only $59.
Then there's the dog who's not happy with their looks. Humans have the advantage of dressing up their image. Why should dogs be limited? So, FINALLY, someone has come up with dog wigs. Just take a look at these beauties. This is the Bo Derek line, with a simple gold necklace complimenting the elegant look of braids.