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    Default My Pugs Are Famous

    My Pugs, Monte and Boof and a few rescues are famous.

    They are featured in this months Madison Magazine (available at newsagents and Woolworths).

    The article is to highlight the negatives of purchasing puppies from pet shops, particularly at Christmas and shows a wide range of rescues, including my Pugs.

    Little Olivia is the only rescue still available. I am contemplating actually keeping her now though. She is a such a dizzy blonde and so cute!
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    Aw wicked. You going to cut it out and frame it?

    Let's hope and pray that the article sinks in where it needs to.

    Well done to you, your pugs and the other dogs.

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    I did think about cutting it out actually. I think I might try to scan it high res and then print it and frame it.
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    Oh wow! How did you acheive that!?
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    Pet Rescue, a website org that lists rescues available for adoption, set it up and invited us to participate. I was ecstatic!

    Several other rescues were also highlighted included cross breds, Greyhounds and others. Even though I have the mag, I still can't resist sitting in the check-out queue and having a look at the the mags on the shelf.
    Last edited by Anne; 12-02-2009 at 11:11 AM.
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    well good on you and the puggies.
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    well done

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    That is fantastic Anne. Is there any way (apart yes from getting off my backside and buying an issue) that it can be scanned and printed here? A link or something when it is out?

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    It's out now Di. It came out a few weeks ago but I kept forgetting to say something. They are in the December issue.

    I have plans to scan the pic so when I do I'll post it up.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    YOU FORGOT to say anything? Sheesh, woman. lol.

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