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80% Done

There’s an old saying in the computer bizness that goes something like this: Every project is 80% complete for 80% of the time. Sometimes the word "program" is used instead of "project". You’ve probably experienced this yourself, even if you didn’t know the saying.

Well, I hereby assert that my project to overhaul this blog is [...]

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Sheltie Stolen By Tourist On Mothers Day!

Please help us find Mya! This is her story.

My name is Mya, I am the most important thing in the world to my Mom and I know it! On Mothers Day 2007 my mom was out of town. While she was gone my Dad was in charge. He let me out in my 6 foot [...]

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Sheltie stolen from Kansas in 2002-still missing-have you seen Racer?

My name is Katie Roberts-Gilliam and I am still desperately looking for my blue merle Racer. Our 3-yr old boy was stolen from our ranch in September 2002 in Overbrook, Kansas. He was intact, had 2 piercing blue eyes, full white collar, had a Home Again microchip registered with AKC. We have no idea where [...]

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Welcome to SheltieTales

SheltieTales is a blog about…well, Shelties, of course. On occasion, we will no doubt blog on other topics, based on what’s going on around us and occupying our thoughts.

The Sheltie community and the rescue community are made of really, really nice people. Sure, there are going to be people with whom you have bad chemistry, [...]

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Support Sheltie Rescue – Gain Lots of Good Karma

Rescuing Shelties – or any breed or species – is frighteningly expensive. We know of rescuers who have actually lost their homes because they spent everything on rescue and couldn’t cover their mortgages! Frighteningly expensive!!

Sheltie Rescue of Utah is a medium-sized rescue organization and our veterinary bills run $25,000 to $30,000 per year (and growing). [...]

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What’s It All About?

So, it occurred to me tonight that it might be a Good Idea if I said what I hope this blog will accomplish. Obvious? To you, maybe! Some of us are slower out of the gate than others.

In this space, we plan to talk about Sheltie Rescue and all the things that go with it. [...]

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OK, but it’s a beginning…

My friend Cynthia Blue (as she is wont to call herself) finally persuaded me to start a blog in which the stories of Sheltie Rescue can be told. Of course, no good deed goes unpunished — I will get her for this!

This first version of this blog (ummmm, about version 0.1) feels pathetically amateurish, especially [...]