Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Longtime companions seek new home together
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 10


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Shakes and Casey are lifelong companions and are inseparable and must go to a permanent home together. Shakes is a seven-year-old neutered male Dalmation and his beloved Casey is an eight-year-old female Sheltie Collie cross. This adorable duo would be happiest in a quiet adult home. Shakes is extremely affectionate, loving people and attention while Casey is more self possessed, and acts like the "lady" she is. Both are clean in their kennels and housebroken. Casey is definitely the leading force of this duo and that is quite alright with Shakes. Are you looking for easier canine companionship? Here it is... these friendly dogs are "low maintenance", cautious around strangers but on repeated encounters very loving and fun. As they are middle aged they enjoy the simple things in life... the luxury of a warm, comfortable bed... adult human company, plenty of hugs and kisses and flopping by a fire movie watching or just plain old "hanging out". Going "walkies" is another pleasure they both enjoy and the sight of them playing "fetch" running together side by side certainly brings a smile to your face. A certain amount of their emotional needs are met by each other and Casey is a forward thinking lady who doesn't mind that her beau is a a year younger than herself and Shakes is totally enamoured with his lady Casey. Their love for each other is contagious... and they are hoping it will catch YOU! Call them at UCHS Shelter 519833-2287 to have a "meet and greet".

Other UCHS news

There will be a UCHS Rabies Clinic on Saturday April 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Elmira Farm Services (John Deere Dealer), on Hwy 124 at Regional Rd. 25 in Ospringe. A rabies vaccine is $12 and microchipping is $28. All pets must be leashed or crated. Call the shelter to book an appointment time: 519-833-2287 or 1-800-685-3835. Also car wash and barbecue. *** Upper Credit Humane Society requires volunteers in all areas: for our dogs, more volunteers,

more walks and attention; the cats love being petted and groomed...anything you can do for them will be gratefully received. Volunteers are also needed for fundraising, planning, ideas and helping out at special events and always we need more assistance in the Office at the Shelter. Our Thrift Shop located on Moore Park Plaza, Georgetown could open more hours if we have more volunteers to run it. If you have a love of animals and an hour or two to spare on a regular basis, quality of time given, not quantity is the rule so even if you have only limited time, please call UCHS Shelter at 519-833-2287 and volunteer; we will welcome you! *** UCHS Thrift Shop is now open at Moore Park Plaza, Georgetown. Hours (at present time) are: Tuesday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come in and browse... make a donation; high quality merchandise (not clothing) are always needed. All proceeds go to the animals of UCHS.


Creator:
Kolu, Judith-Anne
Media Type:
Newspaper
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Date of Publication:
13 Apr 2007
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Upper Credit Humane Society ; UCHS Rabies Clinic ; Elmira Farm Services ; John Deere Dealer ; Ospringe ; Moore Park Plaza ; Georgetown
Local identifier:
Halton.News.220483
Language of Item:
English
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Longtime companions seek new home together