The Florida Keys http://fkspca.org/ held a fundraiser last weekend called the Parade of Paws to raise funds for their new shelter!
It was a blast! So many of my freinds & their dogs were there all decked out in thir Chrismas Fashions. The Big hit was Angela from Abaco Gold https://www.yelp.com/biz/abaco-gold-inc-key-west and her dog
We can all do are part to help get our NEW SHELTER BUILT!
Below is info from the FKSPCA and a link to their website to donate:
I don't know any Dog that doesn't love the beach, the water and the surf just spice the game up as they run and splash. Running free and having the water splash as they run makes total exciting times for them. My guy that spent so many years by my side was in the ocean daily as we too long walks at Smather's Beach in Key West before the higher seawall went in.
There is some care that Dogs need when being around the Beach.
1. Don't drink the water, training a young or new dog not to drink.
"Island Dog" Collars by Wag-A-Doodle has been in Key West since 1992. Deb went from selling at "Mallory Square Sunset Celebration" to become the supplier of Dog Collars to all the Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville Stores all across the country.
Always an adventurer, Deb figured out ways to run the Dog Collar business while learning to run a Tug Boat and become a Crane Operator on an Inland Barge, next was riding her Bicycle with her trusted Dog "Bucky" from Key West to Alaska in 1994. https://www.upi.com/Archives/1994/05/14/Woman-and-dog-biking-across-US/8763768888000/ By 1997, she was out in Wyoming working open range cattle high in the Grey's River Range.
Key West has always been her home base and that is reflected in the Tropical, Sea Life and Hawaiian styles in her Artwork. All Collars are Deb's Artwork with bold bright beautiful colors that are super colorfast, bleachable & always 100% guaranteed. Wag-A-Doodle's Island Dog Collars are each hand made to the correct specifications of your Dog. Since they are Personalized and Customized, we only sell Direct to our customers.
We have a Studio at 513 Fleming Street #8 (in what we call Old Key West - it's around the corner and up the stairs tucked away in the cozy Art District where the locals hang out)
Deb also has a cart on Duval Street across from Fat Tuesday's under the Big Tree. The small cart is something the City of Key West encourages it's many unique Artist to do rather than pay the steep rent of Duval Street. Don't be fooled by the outdoor booth that has copied my Logo and Business name!