Tuesday, March 24, 2009

A give away

When we went to the State Park on the weekend, mom was having a look around the gift shop while dad was renewing our permit. It's probably an odd thing to find at a State Park, but they had these wonderful little Sheltie charms. Mom has three spare ones that we are going to give to the first three doggies that ask for them. She said they are probably too heavy to be on a charm bracelet but are great on a key ring. They are an inch long and were only 99 cents each. Mom says she thinks they wrong the price on them as she seen the same thing else where and they cost much much more. So......if you would like a little Sheltie charm, just leave a message and send your mailing address to me at cowspotdog@mail.com Personally I think the legs are way too short - it reminds me of a long haired Franklin (corgi) BOL

Two of the teeny shelties have homes - one is going to Josh and Jess and one to Marie - still one left.


  1. Oh, they are so cute!! We've just sent you a peemail :)

  2. Awwwwwwwwwww, how very sweet of you guys to do this!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. Those are adorable little charms! I can't believe you got such a great deal on them. I love finding little treasures like that, especially in places you don't expect to find them.

  4. Furry cute!
    Not as cute as you though Reilly :D
    Big licks to you

  5. They're very cute, but we like our prizes and think this should go to someone new! :)

  6. Those is very sweet charms! Very sweet of you to give three away too! I has just got lots of nice stuffs from you so's I will not take one from someone else, but they is very cute.
    ~lickies, Ludo

  7. Oh yay! We can't wait to get the little charm. I will take a side picture of Layla when we get it, and we'll post it on our blog so you can compare it to the short-legged charm. I think they resemble each other quite a bit. LOL Thanks so much!

  8. Hey, thank you VERY much Reilly!!!! :)

    We looooove you!!!

    Josh and Jess


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