The Latest News from our TO THE RESCUE Dogs

Jennifer Alfonso and SHAKESPEARE:
On December 13th we had a very successful book party for To the Rescue.  Collectively we raised $1080 for Humane Education. I couldn't have done it without each and every one of you who helped and supported this effort, so thank you.  I truly appreciate it..

Billie Peters and BATMAN:
Batman and I had a delightful tine at the Indianapois Humane Society doing "Pawtographs" for their To the Rescue book sale.  It was a very successful day with such friendly and gracious people.  The next day we did the same thing here in West Lafayette and sold all the books we had. It was a very successful money maker for "All-Star Greyhounds".  To the Rescue is delightful, easy to sell and enjoyed by all. 

Cydney Cross and her dog GRACE:
Grace & I did reading to the kids at New Lebanon Library, the Sefa fair at the Capitol Concourse in Albany,  a visit to DOT workers in Glens Falls, a school visit for Taconic Hills Middle school, a Kissing Booth Benefit in Clifton Park -- as you can see in her picture in To the Rescue, Grace is very good at kissing!. A Calendar shoot for rescues in the Albany area,  an art show for Art for Animals at the Spencertown Academy in Spencertown NY. There are some of the things we are doing. 

After her front page appearance and the tv program, there were people lined up to meet her today at the rescue adoption day.......two more rescues found their right and perfect forever homes and a lot of books were sold and pawtographed.....counting the adoption fees and the sales from the book the rescue realized over $1000 in gross receipts....the were so happy. They are booking more sessions and plan on ordering more was wonderful to see them get funds they badly needed and that two more "throw aways" have found a home. Everyone is just loving the book.

The children just didn't want to leave Triumph and she found a new friend in Mike
Visit his Triumph's at

Scotch, with freshly cleaned teeth, enjoys flashing them to all the kids at Phoenix, AZ Children's Hospital.  This week he and his owner, Diane McGuire, started in the cancer and bone marrow wards. Then they went to the intensive care unit where Scotch got in bed with a little four-year-old girl who thought he was the best thing ever.