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Youth of Sarge’s member Annie nominates sophisticated Frankie Suave for this year’s Valentine’s Hearts for the Herd with heartfelt words!
Frankie is a very sweet laid back dog, very mellow. He is very lovable and loves to play, and is a very beautiful husky. He came to The Herd via Siberian Husky Assist October 22,2011. He was picked up as a stray and in the rescue for a few weeks, but he seemed to fit into the herd.
For this Valentine’s Day, send Frankie a Valentine’s card with a donation that will go to the Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation. The way to send sweet Frankie your contribution is Frankie, c/o The Thundering Herd, PO Box 1835, Maggie Valley, NC 28751-1835. We wish you would send donations because Sarge’s helps find a ton of animals new homes, so please donate today. Your donations would help go towards a fantastic cause. We will be revealing the member of the herd that receives the most valentines and who raises he most donations. So please send Frankie Valentines.
As a reminder of who your donations help, we want to introduce you to Denmark:
Denmark is a young Shepherd mix boy who has been in Sarge’s care for a long time. He had a bad skin condition which is now cleared up and he is ready to move on to a forever family. He is a handful, and fairly high energy, but if he has a secure place to exercise and someone to train him with lots of positive reinforcement, he’ll be a terrific family companion.
We are entering the final stretch of our nominations with Typhoon and our cousins Ruby and Tartok!
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