Thursday, October 09, 2008

Oops, There Goes Another....

....rubber tree plant. Or dog fence.

The Amazing Houdini Collies have once again performed their feat on a brand new fence... in less than 30 minutes.

Thankfully, we had yet another set of caring neighborhood citizens to thank for rescuing Scout & May from becoming a traffic accident statistic. Thanks so much to our friends at the Old National Bank in Clay Terrace.

[Collies' previous adventure]

Monday, October 06, 2008

A Special Note of Thanks...

by Neil Cox

I wanted to specially thank in a public way, Kera Slowitsky and her (unnamed) friend who rounded up one of our 'escapees' today.

[Scout, the hurricane collie seen in previous posts here on, had managed to chew his way through our wire fence in order to go on Pee-wee's Big Adventure.]

Kera is the owner/operator of Club Canine, on 3rd Avenue here in Carmel. It's a neat place to visit -- here's a description at her website...

Club Canine, Doggie Daycare has over 5,000 sq. ft.of indoor,
climate-controlled play space. The playroom space is covered by
1/2 inch rubber flooring to provide cushioning for dogs' joints, and
to give them better traction to prevent slips and falls.

Dogs are ALWAYS supervised by dedicated, highly-
trained and caring staff. This allows us to redirect inappropriate
behaviors before they ever have a chance to escalate.

[Check out these photos to get a feel for how she'll treat your dog while caring for them.]


Again Kera, thank you. And please thank your friend who found Scout on his wild adventure at Clay Terrace.

Friday, October 03, 2008

Ordering Angel Food in our Community...

Hey is anyone else struggling to even make it INTO this 'middle class' that the politicians keep talking about? Up to $250,000/year??? LOL. That's just crazy-talk. If you're making $250,000, my friend, you are in the 97th percentile in the richest country in the world!

For the rest of us though, here's a great opportunity to save on your family's food bills. Angel Food is NOT a commercial venture or scam -- it's a nonprofit initiative comprised primarily of a lot of faith-based volunteers working together to reduce the collective overhead cost of food. And a new program location has just been approved for the Carmel area, at The ROCC (131st x Old Meridian).

If you'd like to be able to get appx $60 boxes of food for $30, click for details. Orders for the next monthly opportunity must be in by October 10th.