Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Other January highlites

January was a busy month for us. We had a home inspection on Jan. 15th by our area coordinators, Carol and Bob Rone.  The purpose of the inspection is to ensure that our house is "puppy proof", and, to get recomendations for required tie downs for the puppy. 

They also inspected our motor home because we received permission to travel with the puppy, and tie downs are also required in vehicles along with crating at night.

We are happy to announce that we passed the inspections and signed the consent form to seal the deal. We are officially on the wait list for our first puppy.

A final requirement for being a puppy raiser is to secure a local vet to provide care for the puppy for the 12 months that we will raise it.  We are excited to have selected Dr. Raymond Miller, new owner of the Veterinary Medical Center of the Gulf Coast, 2609 N.Velasco St., in Angleton.  Dr.Miller seems to be very excited to be part of this experience and we look forward to working with him. Here's a link to his website. Thank you Dr. Miller!

Veterinary Medical Center of the Gulf Coast

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