NEWS

HOT, HOT, HOT!
 

   It's more than a steam bath out there, it's downright dangerous for both man and beast. Please walk your dogs early and late in the day to stay cool;  vigorous exercise should be not be permitted (even if your dog wants to run); and make sure plenty of water is available at all times. To protect your dog's feet, keep your dog on grass, not on asphalt. And if you don't have air conditioning, fans are a necessity, not a luxury--Greyhounds are very sensitive to hot weather.
   In an abundance of caution, we will not be getting more Greyhounds from the south until after Labor Day, so as to avoid overheating emergencies during transportation. Better safe than sorry! 

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27th ANNUAL GREYHOUND HOMECOMING AND MAKE PEACE PICNIC
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2015 1-4 PM
VALLEY ROAD PICNIC SITE, VALLEY ROAD
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP (JUST SOUTH OF LAMBERTVILLE, NJ)

Click here for a look at last year's festivities.  
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  SHOP ON AMAZON, HELP MAKE PEACE WITH ANIMALS
   Amazon has launched AmazonSmile, a simple, automatic way for you to support your favorite charity--Make Peace With Animals!

   The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. The purchase price is the amount paid for the item minus any rebates and excluding shipping & handling, gift-wrapping fees, taxes, or service charges.

   On your first visit to smile.amazon.com, you need to select Make Peace With Animals to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Then they will remember you have selected us to be the recipient of your present and future purchases.

    Just go to smile.amazon.com to register. Then start shopping and start helping Make Peace With Animals!

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ROGER MEETS HIS MATCH
  
Roger Penske (left), son of the late, great, Lassinagh Silky and prolific sire Flying Penske, goes nose to toes with his Mini Me. This paper mache statue, made by Vermont artist Terri Malloy, is the spittin' image of Roger. And why not? He was the model! The piece was created and donated to commemorate Make Peace With Animals'  25th Annual Homecoming. Luckily for Roger, his adopter had the winning bid at the silent auction.