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Offline Maggiesmom

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Bullie Photo and Fun Day!
« on: April 06, 2010, 09:50:43 AM »
The rescue where we got Winston from is having a fundraising event - hopefully this is the correct forum for this.  I'm volunteering as well.  This is for all my Canadian friends who live in Ontario!

(if this isn't the correct forum for this, please let me know!)

Homeward Bound Rescue, where we got Winston, is hosting a photo and fun day for you and your dog, and also hosting a microchip clinic. is the photographer - they are awesome and I can't wait for Maggie and Winston to get professionally photographed.   For more info on the event, please see - you will need to book an appointment for your photo and/or microchip. 

    * When: Saturday April 24th,2010
    * Where: Port Perry Snowmobile Club (just 10 mins. North of Oshawa & South of Port Perry - 10480 Russell Road just off Shirley Road)
    * Time: 9:30 am to 4:30pm
    * Why: In support of Homeward Bound Rescue's efforts to help bulldogs, pugs and other flat faced breeds of dogs find their forever homes
    * Contact: for more info and to book appointments for photos and microchips!

Winston and Maggie thank you!!

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Re: Bullie Photo and Fun Day!
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2010, 11:46:38 AM »
That is great.  Be sure to take lots of pics and post them!

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Re: Bullie Photo and Fun Day!
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2010, 04:29:05 PM »
That sounds awesome!  :D :D Have great time and take lots of pictures!
Trish, Jeff, Lumpy & zoo! Until we meet again with Precious, Sapphy and Onnie.

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