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Your Grateful Support Is Needed and Appreciated

Hello All Appreciated Supporters’ of Sheltie Rescue of Utah!

Today is the beginning of a new Shelter+ Challenge – May 17, 2010 through August 22, 2010 – there are TWO ways for Sheltie Rescue of Utah to receive grant money this time around.  FRIST WAY:  Its easy all you have to do is:  VOTE for us every [...]

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Fund Raiser at the BeeHive Cluster

FUND RAISER — Buy a raffle ticket or a stretch of raffle tickets and we will place the tickets in the drawing for some of the most FANTASTIC GIFT BASKETS you have ever seen full of dog supplies.  Cindy has outdone herself again, with the great effort of compiling the donated items for the raffle.  Now [...]

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An Easy Way to Earn $'s for Sheltie Rescue of Utah

If you are like me and deboys, you spend allot of time on your computer: OK me on the computer and deboys at my feet sleeping in the morning while drinking my cups of coffee.  Well the other day I came across this cool way of earning $’s for Sheltie Rescue of Utah (SRU) and presented the idea to Barbara.  [...]

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More About the National

Well, I started trying to write a brief update on Friday (I think), but the nearly-useless wireless networking available on the show site just made it impossible to finish. Somewhere on this blog site, not visible to you, is a draft of that effort, but it’s so out of date that I thought I should [...]

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Greetings from the 2009 ASSA National!

Here we are, in Perry, GA, at the 2009 ASSA National Specialty Dog Show ("the National"). And we’ve been very, very busy…not getting a lot of sleep, either.

We got to the Atlanta airport Thursday late afternoon, rented a car (out of sheer luck, we got a Jeep, which carried a fair amount of cargo—very helpful, [...]