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Honors and Accolades!
We are partnering with Black Dog Coffee Traders
for an exciting new fundraiser!
September 1 - October 31, 2016
Choose from 5 gourmet coffee options selected
especially for this STROF event:
A 12 oz bag sells for $11.99 (Black Dog will donate $3 to STROF), the 2lb bag sells for $24.99 ($4 donated to STROF), and the 5lb bag for $54.99 ($5 donated to STROF). An additional donation will also be made by Black Dog to AKC Canine Cancer Research.
Please share and tell all your coffee-loving friends about this opportunity to drink great coffee, support our rescue, and contribute to canine cancer research to help Scottish Terriers!
Click here to go to Black Dog Coffee Traders
to place your order.
Look who got her TACh (Teacup Agility Championship) on August 20, 2016!
Way to go, Abby!!! — pictured with her proud mom Janet Skinner (left) and Dolly Golen.
August 20, 2016
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Scottish Terrier Rescue of Florida is an independent, tax exempt all volunteer charitable organization with IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit status
and registration in the State of Florida under the Solicitation of Contributions Act.
Scottish Terrier Club of Tampa Bay (STCTB) Fall Fun Day.
October 29th (Hillsborough River State Park).
Free. All Scottie fans invited.
Saving Scotties in the Sunshine State!
Click hereto order your STROF
$17 (includes S & H)
We did it!
We have reached over 1,000 likes
on our Facebook page!
What a wonderful way to celebrate STROF's first year! A big thank you to our followers- and to Janet Skinner and Dawn Dayringer who manage our Facebook page.
If you have a Scottie you want to surrender or know of a Scottie in immediate need of rescue please call (813) 238-9586
or email email@example.com
Would you like to become an STROF volunteer?
Click hereto complete a volunteer application.
Once I was a lonely dog, just looking for a home.
I had no place to go, no one to call my own.
I wandered up and down the streets, in rain in heat and snow.
I ate whatever I could find, I was always on the go.
My skin would itch, my feet were sore, my body ached with pain.
And no one stopped to give a pat or a gently say my name.
I never saw a loving glance, I was always on the run.
For people thought that hurting me was really lots of fun.
And then one day I heard a voice so gentle, kind and sweet,
and arms so soft reached down to me and took me off my feet.“
"No one again will hurt you,” was whispered in my ear.
“You’ll have a home to call your own where you will know no fear.
You will be dry, you will be warm, you’ll have enough to eat.
And rest assured that when you sleep,
your dreams will all be sweet.”
I was afraid I must admit, I’ve lived so long in fear.
I can’t remember when I let a human come so near.
And as she tended to my wounds and bathed and brushed my fur,
she told me about the rescue group and what it meant to her.
She said, “We are a circle, a line that never ends.
And in the center there is you, protected by new friends."
"And all around you are the ones that check the pounds,
and those that share their home after you’ve been found.
And all the other folk are searching near and far
to find the perfect home for you, where you can be a star.”
She said, “There is a family, that’s waiting patiently,
and pretty soon we’ll find them, just you wait and see.“
And then they’ll join our circle they’ll help to make it grow,
so there’ll be room for more like you,
who have no place to go.”
I waited very patiently, the days they came and went.
Today’s the day, I thought, my family will be sent.
Then, just when I began to think it wasn’t meant to be,
there were people standing there just gazing down at me.
I knew them in a heart beat, I could tell they felt it too.
They said, “We have been waiting for a special dog like you.”
Now every night I say a prayer to all the gods that be.
“Thank you for the life I live and all you’ve given me.
But most of all protect the dogs in the pound and on the street,
and send a Rescue Person to lift them off their feet.”
-Arlene Pace September 18, 1998-