Friday, February 26, 2010
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Both the transfusion and the surgery are high risk so she needs everyone's moral support right now!
Legacy Boxer Rescue could use your help to pay for Bebe's vet care.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
This is Booker, he got his own cupcake and everything! Booker's mom is the president of Legacy so I'll cut him some slack for eating my cupcake. Mom said he was a very good boy.
This is my mom and her friend and fellow volunteer Joni. My mom's the one in the glasses. They sure do look like they were having fun!
This is Andrea and Melodi. They volunteer for Legacy too. Don't tell mom I said so but I'm glad all these wonderful volunteers and Legacy supporters had a chance to get together and enjoy themselves and make some money! It's very important for the all the dogs in Legacies care, they like to eat you know!!
The next time ya'll (I'm a Texas girl you know) are in the Dallas area check to see if there's an event you can come to. The Legacy Volunteers are sure to keep you entertained.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Booker is begging you to vote for his mommy, LBR Founder Sharon Sleighter, for the Hero Next Door award. I really don't like Booker to beg, but this is a WORTHY cause and I will have to admit, I fall over if I try to beg like he does, so the job is all his. Please vote for our mommy, we love her lots and she says this $5,000.00 will help a lot of other boxers like us! Thank you!
Love and kidney bean wiggles,
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Also, Rome was there, talking and singing to everyone. Kathy B had a whole conversation with the boy! Hear for yourself...
Saturday, February 13, 2010
- Forward this newsletter to your contact list and ask everyone to vote for Sharon Sleighter/LBR, and ask they they do likewise.
- Post to Facebook, Twitter and MySpace and personal blogs. Repeat postings throughout the contest duration. Ask your friends to do likewise.
- Send periodic reminders during the contest duration, through February 26th.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Thursday, February 11, 2010
This video shows Rex and Connor (and their non-boxer siblings - lol). Rex was adopted by LBR volunteer, Leslie. Connor is still searching for a forever family. Connor is the skinnier boxer.
Saturday, February 6, 2010
I mean really, really gulliable. It is so very easy to get what I want with them. Playing with a toy, chewing on a bone, sleeping on my bed? No Problem!
You need to have your innocent face down just right. Like this.
Then I simply find another toy to play with and when they drop the toy to come investigate I take it. Works great with chews too, see?
Sleeping on a bed that I want to sleep on? Just go find a human to play with and sure enough they jump right up. Then I just go curl up and snooze.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Yea, you heard me. I say "Whatever" to Jellybean because she knows I could catch her if I wanted to!
I just let her win because she's a "girl" and Mom says I need to use all my energy to grow hair.
Speaking of hair - WOW! Look at all my pretty hair! When I first came to my foster home, I didn't have any hair. Well, I did have one tiny patch of hair left on the back of my neck, but that was it. And it was SO cold with no hair in the winter. Mom bought me some really cute shirts to wear so that when the cold blasts of air hit me when I went outside to potty, it wouldn't hurt so much. I used to cry when I had to go outside, but not anymore because I have HAIR! Lots of beautiful, brindle and black hair. There isn't a spot on my body that doesn't have hair anymore. What a relief. Since it's been so cold out this winter, having my hair back has sure helped a lot.
Mom says I should show you what I looked like before. That was me the first day I got to my new foster home. See my cool shirt? I had never been allowed inside before, but obviously it didn't take long to figure out that being inside and warm is the place to be.
So, don't believe Jellybean's lies. She's fast and she can jump really high, but I'm bigger and sweeter and my brindle hair is prettier than her brindle hair. Mom says we shouldn't bicker about such things. She says that if we're really good and keep learning new things and getting better, that someone will want to adopt us and love us forever.
I'll be waiting right here on my soft pillow until then.
Naptime. I'll write more later.
Slurps and Wiggles,
Keebler ....z z z z z z z z z z z
Monday, February 1, 2010
Isis had 3 of her puppies yesterday, but my mom starting fretting yesterday evening because she said there were two puppies that didn't want to come out. I don't get that, we have chicken jerky here! They should come out and have some with me!! Mom said the vets had to do something called a sea section to get the other two to come out. I hope they all got chicken jerky after that! Mom also says the sea section was really expensive, she said it was 2.5K, but I don't know what that is? It sounds like a lot of chicken jerky though!
Here's a picture of mom and the three babies that came out on their own. Aren't they cute?