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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Snow Buddies... Make an Informed Purchase.. or NONE at all!

Hey guys.. I just wanted to make sure you know about this article on Snow Buddies. It looks like a cute movie, but I just can't get past the sadness of knowing some puppies were shipped out WAY too early to make this movie and then some even died. It was so irresponsible on the part of the movie makers as well as the breeders.

Anyway.. please share this article with folks, so they can read before they buy!

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Meet Charleston Chew!

Charleston Chew
My Friends call me CHEWY!

My Foster mommy tells my story best:

Chewy is a beautiful black & white with shades of tan husky. He has one blue eye & 1 light brown eye. He has 2 stripes that come down his face that make him stand out from the average husky markings. He has long legs and he loves to give kisses.

Chewy was rescued by a young couple in Maryland. They kept him 3 weeks in hopes of locating his owner, but with 2 other dogs in the home & a move coming up they could not keep him. They decided to give him a fresh start to the new year and with tears in their eyes, on 01-20-2008, they surrendered Chewy to foster care with TOTTSHR.

He was very skinny, very scared and flea infested. He was also in need of a bath. The bath took care of the fleas, good food is filling him out & he has became very comfortable very quickly at his foster home.

He was altered on 01-29-08 and at that time he also tested positive for Lyme's disease. He is not symptomatic and he is currently being treated for it.

Chewy has lit up my household. When he comes in the room-everyone
smiles. He gets along with every dog he has met so far (4 and counting).

He is cat friendly, he wants to play with my cat, but he is very respectful of her and will stop looking at her the minute you call him.

He is a huge woo woo er. He likes to talk and when he is happy-especially at dinner time he will talk your ear off.

He is not fence tested, so I use a 40 foot lead which he does very well with. He goes potty on the lead or a leash. He is great both in the car & on a leash, and he loves to go bye bye.

Chewy is looking for his forever home, and I am sure he will find one soon as this dog is a great catch!