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Say Cheez-It!

Paris Hilton, move over – you ain’t got nothing on WAG!<br /><br />We’re in the paper again. Check out Sunday’s Walton Tribune for a photo of Dr. Beth Perry, Lynn Turner, and the folks at Tractor Supply posing at our last adoption event.<br /><br />OK, maybe not as headline-grabbing as Paris and her pink sparkle…

A Snockered Cocker?

<a href=”http://bp3.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R-fWF9O3NyI/AAAAAAAAAEc/oGDfI5uVZgc/s1600-h/beer.jpg”><img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5181345294137636642″ style=”FLOAT: left; MARGIN: 0px 10px 10px 0px; CURSOR: hand” alt=”” src=”http://bp3.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R-fWF9O3NyI/AAAAAAAAAEc/oGDfI5uVZgc/s200/beer.jpg” border=”0″ /></a><br /><div>If there’s one thing that’s been missing in a dogs life, it’s the ability to knock back a few cool ones with our owners. But those days are over.</div><div><br /></div><div>Thanks to creative minds, dogs can now imbibe along with…

Spring Cleaning and Donating

Get ready to pack up your basement, closet or attic extras for donation to the WAG Fleas and Dogs Market in April. All the funds we make will help sponsor more great programs!<br /><br />Here are the drop off days/times to bring your donated items:<br /><br />Saturday, March 29 from 12 – 4 pm.<br /><br…

Our TS weekend

<a href=”http://bp1.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R-c_IdO3NuI/AAAAAAAAAD8/h3gj9inl0AM/s1600-h/Tractor+Sup.jpg”><img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5181179310831515362″ style=”FLOAT: left; MARGIN: 0px 10px 10px 0px; CURSOR: hand” alt=”” src=”http://bp1.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R-c_IdO3NuI/AAAAAAAAAD8/h3gj9inl0AM/s200/Tractor+Sup.jpg” border=”0″ /></a><br /><div>A Saturday at Tractor Supply – is there any better springtime activity? </div><div><br /></div><div></div><div><br /><br /><br /><br /></div><div>It may not be the normal weekend hangout, but it was a good spot for our recent adoption event. Thanks to Gail…

Oops

Seems I was wrong. The Fleas and Dogs sale is April 19, not the 22nd. Remember – Saturday, April 19, from 10 am – 4 pm at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, 206 N. Broad St., in Monroe.<br /><br />So I goofed. Gimme a break – I’m a dog. We don’t have calendars!<br /><br />B.

We hit the road yet again.

Ready for another adoption event? Tractor Supply is having their anniverary celebration March 22 and WAG was invited to bring some animals down to showcase for potential adopters. Cross your paws that the weather is good. March in Georgia can be unpredictable.<br /><br /><a href=”http://bp1.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R93_a9O_Y0I/AAAAAAAAADs/HN_Y-U8oAfI/s1600-h/10reasons1.jpg”><img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5178575985125057346″ style=”FLOAT: left; MARGIN: 0px 10px 10px 0px; CURSOR: hand”…

Popsicle Pups

<div><br /><br /><div>Temperatures in the mid 30’s. Cold, blustery winds. Rain mixed with snow flurries. Sounds like a great day for an outdoor adoption, right? </div><div><br /><a href=”http://bp3.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R9Nt-9O_YyI/AAAAAAAAADc/6INKQ7eXBls/s1600-h/March.jpg”><img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5175601325135586082″ style=”FLOAT: left; MARGIN: 0px 10px 10px 0px; CURSOR: hand” alt=”” src=”http://bp3.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R9Nt-9O_YyI/AAAAAAAAADc/6INKQ7eXBls/s200/March.jpg” border=”0″ /></a><br />First, let’s set things straight. This event was conducted by humans – my…

Spring is springing

We’re into March Madness! There has been a lot going on, so let me see if I can remember all of it.<br /><br />On February 18th WAG presented the Walton Co. Fire Department with 20 sets of pet oxygen masks, enough for each fire station in the county. The masks work much better for pets…

Westminster who?

So a beagle won Westminster – the biggest dog show in the country. Like I care. Bloodlines are waaaaaay overrated. When are those snotty breeders going to wise up and let us All-American types into the ring? We’d run those yappy little yodelers all over the arena.<br /><br />But I digress. On the WAG front,…

Fixin’ and Finding Homes

Just thought you’d be interested in an update of our February events.<br /><br />”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…

Dressed for Success

<div><div><div>Overall, I like humans. (Peeps, as I call them.) My Peeps are pretty good to me. We eat regularly, have occasional snacks, run in the field and roll in stinky stuff whenever we find it. Unfortunately, they’ve yet to figure out the benefits of those aromas and insist on bathing us afterwards. But still…</div><div><br /></div><div>By…

Maybe it was that persuasive AFLAC duck

<div>Next time you start a new job, don’t be surprised if your employer offers insurance for Fido and Fifi.</div><br /><div></div><div>According to Veterinary Pet Insurance, the largest pet insurance co., their corporate accounts are skyrocketing and nearly 15 percent of their business is now large employers. Com<a href=”http://bp0.blogger.com/_GGzq-xpWRuI/R6dWbCevIiI/AAAAAAAAABg/bJkSx_Dnw58/s1600-h/images%5B2%5D.jpg”><img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5163190520325808674″ style=”FLOAT: right; MARGIN: 0px 0px 10px 10px;…

I’m back, pen in paw

There’s been a loud silence on this blog. Why? Because I was indisposed.<br /><br />Incapacitated.<br /><br />Incarcerated.<br /><br />Imprisoned.<br /><br />Or, as humans say, at the kennel.<br /><br />Our peeps left town and deliberately left us behind. Packed up the Pedigree and carted us off in the family van. And there we sat for <strong><em>DAYS…

Meet Elvis

Just thought you’d like to meet Elvis, another happy story. He is now called Otis and has a great family with two kids to love. Otis was being photographed for the Sunday Tribune pet photo when his soon-to-be owners spotted him and fell in love. <img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5155957975109034034″ style=”DISPLAY: block; MARGIN: 0px auto 10px; CURSOR: hand;…

A Rousing Start

WAG’s first meeting of 2008 was an enthusiastic one! Some new members came out and the committees are rolling along. The Adoption committee will start off-site adoptions in February at Boss Brothers in Loganville – exact dates will be announced later.<br /><br />The Spay/Neuter committee also has big plans for February, offering spay/neuter services to…

Flea Free – Thanks to Hoover

Got fleas? Get a vacuum.<br /><br />It seems that researchers at Ohio State University have determined that sucking fleas up a vacuum tube causes their demise, what matter what stage of growth they are in. This is good news for some, not much benefit for others.<br /><br />Don’t think it will be much help to…

So much to do, so little time.

This blogging thing is tough. Lots of folks do it every day, but that’s just too much for me to keep up with. My schedule is too busy.<br /><br />Take yesterday, for example. I got up, had my morning Mike Bone, went outside and patrolled the property fenceline. We’ve got 22 acres, so that took…

Happy New Year!<br /><br />Hope yours is going well so far. As for me, today I polished off some leftover sirloin and took a long nap in the sun. Seems 2008 is looking pretty good.<br /><br />Thought you’d like to see a few furry faces that found new homes during the holidays thanks to WAG…

A shelter story and Happy Howlidays!

It’s 40 degrees and finally feels like holiday weather. I have short hair and don’t particuarly like cold weather, but you’ve gotta admit Christmas feels better when frost is in the air.<br /><br />The New Year is fast approaching and there are some exciting plans afoot. WAG will be starting their education programs soon, teaching…

My Story

Before I tell you about anything else, let’s talk about me. After all, isn’t that what blogs are for?<br /><br />I’m a 5-year old authentic American Original canine Some people might call me a plain brown dog, but only if they’re idiots. I hate to brag, but am actually pretty smart. I’ve trained people to…

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