Saturday, November 29, 2008


I found this story fitting since Debbie is in Scooby Medina and arrived there the day this video was shot.

On Nov. 21st, Maria Daines did a benefit concert for SOS Galgos in Barcelona. The following is a quote from her email:

"On the day after the event we went for a walk on the beach with many
of SOS Galgos rescue dogs and that's where we met the precious galgo
named 'Wonder', she is blind but you would not believe it if you met
her, she is loveable, intelligent, happy, sweet natured, and now, the
best part of all, she has her own family because she has been adopted
and they love her very much. Of all the special memories we took home
with us from the trip, meeting Wonder and her family is something we
will always treasure and even thinking about it now I have a lump in
my throat."

Friday, November 14, 2008

Extra Extra! Read All About It...Attraction Coupon Books Are Here!

VAGA is now selling the 2009 Attractions Dining and Value Coupon Book.

This book is jam packed with 285 pages filled with HUNDREDS of coupons that do not expire until Dec 31, 2009. You can begin using the coupons now! The coupons in the book are offered by various restaurants and businesses in the Fredericksburg, Woodbridge, Stafford, and Spotsylvania areas.

These books made wonderful gifts! A great stocking stuffer for your teenage children or hard to buy for parents! Buy today and save money while Christmas Shopping.

We are selling the Attraction Book for $25.00. ALL proceeds made will go to help the greyhounds in Orlando, Florida.
If you are interested in purchasing one of these books or would like more information, please e-mail Mark Britto HERE

Thank you once again for your support!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Welcome Home

The new adopters started their day early. Having to arrive by 8:30AM for orientation on what would turn out to be a beautiful November morning. What they were waiting for had gotten up a whole lot earlier for their trip from Orlando,Fl. to Virginia.
Who was more excited upon arrival was hard to tell. With wagging tails and smiling faces it was indeed a greyt day. As volunteers unloaded the hauler to stretch some legs, the dogs were finally united with their new families. There were first timers, multiple timers, and a few kind souls helping out with fostering. Congratulations to everyone.

A side word to the fosters, failure is not a criminal act, if it were many of us would be behind bars.

The slide show below is a little long. It has 32 photos. Hope you enjoy.