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Attention All Rescued & Adopted Shar-Pei

The Chinese Shar-Pei Club of Northern California invites you to participate (free of charge) in our annual Chinese Shar-Pei Rescue Parade. This year there will be two parades, which will be held in conjunction with our Designated Specialties on Sat. and Sun., May 17 & 18, 2014. The shows are held at the Solano County Fairgrounds (900 Fairgrounds Dr., Vallejo, CA, in the Expo Hall.) For times and more information contact the club at cspcnc@yahoo.com.

Here is the link to the Premium List for the shows: http://www.infodog.com/prm/642/prm642.pdf#pagemode=bookmarks

Please Help Bryant!

Good Morning All-and it is a good morning!

Just wanted to let you all know that Bryant went to his new home in Malibu yesterday with a previous adopter.

We thank you all for your continued support.

Anna and Rich

Bryant was placed about 10 years ago as a Pei mix puppy-looks like a bit of Lab in him-with a family that now is moving and cannot take him along. He has no known health concerns and gets along with kids, cats, and dogs. He is a good boy who now weighs 90 pounds and is looking for a family to take him and love and care for him for the rest of his life. At this time he is located in Southern CA, but we will help with transportation to the right family. He is neutered and up to date on vaccinations. Bryant is a great companion who deserves a great home. If you are not in a position to bring Bryant into your home, please let your friends and family know that this wonderful boy is available for adoption.

Limited Time Offer: New Logo T-Shirt

We are thrilled to unveil our new logo. In celebration, for a limited time, we’re offering you the opportunity to "wear your support" of the rescue, by purchasing a custom logo t-shirt. Only $25 per shirt, and 100% of proceeds go directly to the care of our dogs. Shirts are available in both adult and children's sizes. Don't miss out!

Order today at: http://bit.ly/1fZseiP

Greetings from Snow Covered Redding!

Greetings from snow covered Redding!

It is that time of year to reflect back on the many things that we have to be thankful for and not be so concerned about the things we may not have. Rich and I have had the privilege and good fortune to have many four legged friends come into our lives during the last 15 years. Some come and only stay briefly, but others end up living out their lives with us. Some stay because of health concerns, some because of temperament issues that will not allow us to safely place them a home other than ours. The third reason for our permanent residents is simply because no one has ever expressed an interest in them. This is the group that breaks my heart. It's not their fault that they may not be the best looking or the youngest dogs we have, their lives are still valuable and have meaning.

Every dog who comes into our program deserves the best care that we can give them, including premium food, the best vet care, and all the love we can give them. Rich, especially, loves each dog here as though that dog were his own. I've seen him turn some dogs around that others might have seen as hopeless, but we can't fix everything We do take our jobs seriously, and for that reason we are caring for 10 Pei that will probably never leave this rescue. For us they are "family", and you don't give up on your family. We can take care of their needs in terms of love and interaction, but we need your help and support to provide them with a safe place to live out their days-help with buying good food and providing the best vet care when needed and keeping the kennel heated and cooled for their comfort.

Most of you know what it takes to have at least one Pei and the costs involved. Now multiply that by 20+ which will include our adoptable dogs and the number is huge. We would be extremely grateful if you will consider our "family" when it comes to year end donations. Not only will you get to feel good knowing that 100% of your donation will go towards our "kids" (this is an all volunteer organization), but you can also derive a tax benefit. Where else can you get more "bang for your buck"?

We wish you all a happy and healthy holiday season and leave you with this thought:



"It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them, and every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough, all the components of my heart will be dog, and I will become as generous and loving as they are" Anonymous

Anna and Rich

Chinny a great ambassador for Rescue Animals and Shar-pei everywhere - Please read on!

We just want everyone to know that one of our "kids" is in a nationally running commercial right now. Her name was Emma while she resided in Redding, but it has been changed to Chin Chin. She came from Southern CA where her owner had become homeless, and her temporary care giver could no longer keep her. While in Redding, she was spayed and had eye surgery done and then was adopted by Neda in the LA area.

We are so proud of "Chinny" and grateful to Neda for giving her the socialization she needed to be in this commercial, and to do a great job around complete strangers. The folks in the commercial were amazed Chinny is not a "working girl". The next chapter in her life is to become a therapy dog-it should be a breeze for Chinny!

Not only is Chinny a great ambassador for this breed, she is helping to get the message out that "rescue" dogs can do anything any other dog can do-only better!

Here is the link to her commercial: http://www.ispot.tv/ad/7bJA/pepcid-complete-the-burns-family-bbq-featuring-richard-riehle







			

August 2013 Update

We want to thank all of you who responded with donations so that we could continue to feed our "kids" a good quality dog food. Your continuing support means a lot to all of us and allows us to take the very best care of the Pei while they are with us.

We wanted to let everyone know that Cinnamon has completed her heartworm treatment and has now been spayed and had entropion surgery. There is no lasting effect from heartworm disease as long as it has been treated. We did notice a slight limp when Cinnamon would go for walks here so we had some xrays done while she was put under for her surgeries. It turns out that although only about three years old, Cinnamon already has arthritis in both elbows. This does not mean she can't go for walks, but it does mean that running and hiking are out for her. Cinnamon is such a gentle spirit and very loving. She is happy just chewing on a bone which she is also very willing to share with you. Sometimes it looks like a cigar hanging out of her mouth! We just wanted to let you know Cinnamon is ready to find her forever home. She is going to make someone very happy.

We're all looking forward to fall with its cooler weather and changing colors!

Anna and Rich

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