Friday, November 5, 2010

Trade Show at Finish Forward Dogs in Saco!

Join us for the first annual Trade Show and Doggie Expo at Finish Forward Dogs in Saco Saturday, November 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.!

A full day is planned and a good crowd is anticipated! This is a dog and family friendly event and there is no cost for the public to attend. There will be several raffles in addition to the Grand Raffle drawing at the end of the day which will include a $500 training scholarship! There will be a number of dog demos, a puppy play group, fun challenges, kids games and opportunities for the public to try out sports and activities that they offer at their studio. There will also be goodies available at the Bake Sale, which will include hot soups and breads, sweets, etc. Beverages will also be available throughout the day.

Please spread the word to your friends and family!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Cooper (a.k.a. "Lucky")

Cooper was adopted by Mickey in the fall of 2008, is doing great! Here is his update:

Cooper is just a sweetie, and has quite the personality. The tennis court is a great area for him to get his exercise. Brant can't keep up with him. He thinks he's a bird dog...literally tries to jump up into the bushes after them!

He is afraid of his own shadow, but is still a sweetie!

He sure looks like a sweetie! Thanks for giving him such a wonderful place to call home.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

A FUN update - Breaking "News" Story on Memphis and the Gang!

After a year of evading arrest, Officer Maximum Mcguilicuty has captured two fugitives tonight. Sampson and Memphis T (with the ball in his mouth), both of Raymond NH, have been suspected in a number of highly sophisticated cookie robberies in Raymond as well as surrounding towns. Officer Max broke the case late Friday night after following a trail of crumbs back to the duo's downtown headquarters. Arrested at the scene was also the cool cat trio, consisting of Zachary, Madison and Andy. They are currently being held on charges of receiving stolen property, as well as aiding and abetting known felons. Sampson and Memphis T are expected to plead guilty to the charges in the hopes of a reduced sentence. Officer Max is expecting a promotion after breaking such a huge case.

More details on news 9 at 11........

Happy Halloween,
Jen, Kevin and the rest of the gang!