May your tail wag, your belly be full, and may you have a forever family to rub your tummy and scratch behind your ears. --------- the collies' blessing to other dogs
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Good News, Bad News
We received some good news. A Holmhaven Collie named Vixen is living at our Deacon's (our angel collie) first home in St. Augustine. You might remember when Deacon, Dog Dad and I visited them when the pack evacuated to Orlando because of a Herricane back in 2008. Vixen is nine years old and just a little older than Essex. Sherman wants to go see where his late uncle used to roam and I would like to visit them again too. So we are now bothering Dog Dad to go visit.
The sad news is that the Collies of the Meadows posted that Dixie is still missing. Dixie has been missing since 2 December. She was last seen off highway 121 outside Tison, near Glennville, GA. She was wearing a pink collar with a heart tag with her name, address and phone number on it. She is four year years old and has been spayed. Dixie's mom's phone number is (912) 334-9375. There is a reward for her safe return. Since Dixie disappeared by a highway someone might have picked her up. She is microchipped. If you have relatives or friends in Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Carolinas or Tennessee please let them know. We all would love to have her found, but nobody more than a little 10 year old girl who misses her terribly. More information and pictures of Dixie can be found at http://glendalefarmcollies.com/gfc_113.htm. If the first number does not answer try Glendale Farm Collies at 478-454-5427.
Another Pawtograph of Dixie
Dixie Shaking Hands
As for Sherman and I, the below pictures say it all. We are pretty calm and happy that football season is over. Dog Dad won't be watching those silly football games for several months.
Essex and Sherman are aunt and great nephew. Essex is a friendly, but reserved female tri-color. Sherman is a brave happy outgoing male sable & white. Deacon is a our dog angel that watches over our pack. He crossed the bridge before his fifth barkday.