It was a crazy week this week with over 1500 photos to upload in just one week's time. The first set of photos on our post today were taken at the Salem Dog Park. As usual they are photos of Nitro and his two buddies Ozzy and Loki. I have a new name for these crazy boys and it is "The Three Boxketeers". I think it's a fitting name for their little "pack".
Chris and I are going to the Woofstock Dog festival today (Saturday June 2, 2012) so we had to get prepared to promote our other website Deaf Dogs Rock. We decided it was time to get some of our DDR logos on our rescue transport SUV and also so it would look great for Woofstock when we set up next to our DDR tent. It's kind of like driving around in a big billboard. Check out our new logos below.
We also asked the RVSPCA if they could have someone bring Evan one of their shelter dogs who happens to be a 9 month old DEAF boxer mix puppy (see Evan's collage below) to our Deaf Dogs Rock tent today. We wanted Evan to come and hang out with us so we could get him more exposure so maybe he will be adopted soon.
I also flew to Chicago last week for my niece's wedding. Below are some photos from my Chicago trip. Chicago is an amazing city and I had a blast sight seeing and hanging out with my family. I hope you enjoy my photos and get a feel for what a crazy exciting week I had. Happy Summer!
Here are our new logos on our Deaf Dogs Rock transport car. We sometimes go out of state to bring deaf dogs back to our local shelters when they are at the point of being put to sleep at a high kill shelter. Now they know who we are and that we are coming to get their deaf dogs and we are also paying attention to what is going on with the deaf dogs in the shelters. Kelly Schulz and her husband David with the Sign Factory here in Roanoke did an amazing job!
Prairie Productions Wedding Venue. Everything looked amazing!
Navy Pier in Chicago
The Palmer House Hilton is one of the oldest Hotels in Chicago. Recently it has been fully renovated and it is one of the only Hotels in Chicago that allows a person to stay along with their large dog (up to 85 pounds). I met a couple of big dogs in the lobby.