Dog

April 2014

** Doggy Photography Fundraising Event **

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We are in the process of organizing a fundraising event to help raise money for Tiny Paws. We are looking at getting a photographer to take professional pictures of our fur babies and owners with their fur babies. There would also be a fashion show and possibly goody bags and treats. There will be a theme for the event (like 80's, St Pattys Day, etc)

There would be a small fee to participate that would 100% be donated to Tiny Paws. Would you be interested in this? Do you have any ideas that would make this successful?

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OUR FEATURED PET...... Bob - Loves Everyone...

Bob Is a funny little boy and extremely lovable. He is about 11 lbs and 6 yrs old. Bob is good with children and adults, very playful and cuddly. He is jealous of the other dogs; if they come for attention he pushes his way right in between so he is probably best as an only dog at home. He likes to go for walks and will visit with anyone that will pay attention to him. He is good in the car and just sits and looks out the window. He waits patiently while you run in and do your errands. He is crate trained and working on his housebreaking. Bob is charming and sweet and loves to be held. Bob recently had a bath and his mats were shaved off so he is looking and feeling much better. It was such a shame to have to cut off all of that curly apricot colored fur, once it comes back and is taken care if he is going to be the cutest dog in the rescue! Bob is located in Union Grove WI. His adoption fee is $300.

If you would like to meet BOB or have any questions please contact his Foster Mom Liz at (262) 989-5594.

Why you should consider rescuing your pet: Worldwide Pet Overpopulation Epidemic, who's at fault?

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Tiny Paws Small Dog Rescue's home base is located in Union Grove, WI

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