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To honor Sheryl's love of flowers and dogs, we hope to create a garden corner at our new location called Sheryl's Corner. It will have a nice bench and plantings where people can sit and reflect. Oftentimes when people are deciding on whether to adopt a certain dog they have just met, they will ask for a few moments to sit and think about it or to talk with family members. Sheryl's corner will provide a nice quiet setting for people to sit and reflect on life decisions such as adding a new dog to their family. Donations can be made to Sheryl's Fund at Save A Dog, 604 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776.
Our Thanks to Sandra Rubin
Please send your check made out to Save A Dog for the appropriate sponsor level before April 28, 2017 to Save A Dog, 604 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776.
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Shirley and her husband, Dave, ran the agency out of their home for the first ten years, and then moved the operation to 604 Boston Post Road in Sudbury, MA. Together Shirley and Dave, with the help of dozens of volunteers, have rescued and rehomed thousands of abandoned dogs over the past 13 years. Shirley and Dave used their management experience to successfully build Save A Dog into the humane society that it is today. Over the years that they lived with literally thousands of dogs, they immersed themselves in dog behavior both through first-hand experience and by attending many workshops on dog training and canine behavior. Both taught dog obedience courses and rehabilitated dogs with difficult behavioral problems. Shirley uses her background and skills to select adoptable dogs for those who choose to adopt a dog, rather than buy.Rob LaBelle, President of Labelle Roofing, added “Several of our employees have rescued dogs from organizations such as Save A Dog. We are pleased to be able to help ensure that these dogs, and the dedicated staff that care for them, have a roof that is in top condition and provides the safest possible environment for the rescue dogs and the volunteers.” Roofing the Save A Dog buildings was a coordinated group effort. In addition to the contribution from Labelle Roofing and Owens Corning, ABC Supply Co., Inc., a Sudbury-based distributor of roofing components, contributed materials for this installation, and Barry Bros. Disposal of Walpole and Newton donated the dumpster and disposal services. Rob, Matt and Josh LaBelle coordinated a large crew in order to install the three separate roofs in just one day’s time. The goal was to minimize the noise and confusion for the dogs, especially a group of new arrivals from a hoarding situation that arrived the same evening. Special kudos go to Shirley Moore and her dedicated team of volunteers for the heartwarming work they do everyday.Fees: In order to cover our costs, we have to charge an intake fee ranging from $250 to $500. All intakes are evaluated for health and temperament in addition to reviewing the medical records. Intake fees can vary from dog to dog, based on our evaluation of the dog, its temperament, over-all health, and our review of the medical records. As we practice a holistic protocol, we would prefer that you not give vaccinations just prior to surrendering your dog as we will decide which vaccinations are necessary and which are not. You will need to submit a $50 deposit before we will post your dog on our Web site. You can mail the relinquishment form to Save A Dog, 604 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 and write Intake fee on the memo portion of the check. The balance must be either cash or credit card as we have had too many bounced checks when people are relinquishing dogs.Former Save A Dog littermates Maggie Athan, of Wayland, MA and Bella Carnahan of Marlboro, MA recently reunited for a play date at the training ring at Especially for Pets in Sudbury. "Both dogs hit it right off and had a great time playing," says Betsy Athan, Maggie's adopter.