Wags Inn

Wags Words
June 2016
Employee of 
the Month
Gayle, Dottie and Piglet

Meet Gayle. She's been working at WagsInn since 2012. She's the go-to person for everything from fixing a walkie-talkie to transporting the daycare dogs and working in the office to caring for our rescues. Her heart is as big as Texas and her spunk is crazy contagious. 

She loves to read, especially true crime and biographies. The best part of her job is meeting people that love their dogs as much as she loves her two rescues, Piglet and Dottie (pictured above). 

Gayle's dream is much like the saying, "In a perfect world every dog would have a home and every home would have a dog." 

Thank you for all that you do for WagsInn, Gayle! 



Dogs of the Month

Meet Woody. He's been coming to WagsInn since 2010. He certainly feels right at home. 
Woody

Meet Hope. Felice Shane adopted Hope from WagsInn in 2005. She's been coming to WagsInn ever since. 
Hope
Quick Links
Dogs and Hot Cars Don't Mix

It doesn't have to be that warm outside for a car to become dangerously hot inside. Here are some facts from  Petfinder . It's best to leave your dog home on hot, summer days. 
  • Rolling down your windows doesn't prevent heat from rising.
  • The inside of a car can reach 120 degrees in a matter of minutes.
  • Dogs can succumb to heatstroke even when the car is parked in the shade.
  • When it's 80 degrees outside, the temperature inside your car can heat up to 99 degrees within 10 minutes.
So what should you do if you see a dog left in a hot car? 
  • Try to locate the pet's owner - write down the license plate number, make, model, and color of the vehicle.
  • If the owner is not located, call animal control or the police.
  • If the dog appears to be in distress or show signs of heatstroke, call animal control or 9-1-1 immediately. Find a way to get that dog out of the car IMMEDIATELY!
  • In many states, it's against the law to endanger a dog by leaving him in a hot car. 
     
WANTED: Foster Parents
 
Foster care providers are a critical part of WagsInn Canine Charities
Penelope
. Fostering saves lives and frees up additional resources for other homeless dogs. While fostering requires time and patience, the rewards are priceless. 

We're always in need of foster parents to help the dogs that make it to our doorstep. Every situation is different.

Please consider becoming a foster caregiver. Download our foster guidelines and contact us at 937-265-5178 or info@wagsinn.com. 

Summer Treat: PUPSICLES
Summer has arrived and the heat is on! Here's a super easy frozen treat recipe from Petfinder that your dog will love. 
 
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What you need (makes eight servings):
  • 16 oz. low-sodium chicken broth
  • Eight 2.4-oz. kitchen containers with lids (pet bowls or ice cube trays also work)
  • 3 oz. hard cheese, cubed
Step 1: Prepare freezer safe containers or ice cube trays. Cut cheese in to cubes.
 
Step 2: Place cheese cubes in containers or ice cube trays. 
 
Step 3: Fill containers with low-sodium chicken broth.
 
Step 4: Freeze overnight. 


Summer Reservations
If you're going on vacation please be sure to make your boarding reservation as soon as possible. Summer is a very busy time at WagsInn and we're filling up quickly. 

Reserve your spot today by filling out our  reservation request form or call us at 937-265-5178 .

Mi'che

ADOPT ME
Meet Daisy

Daisy is a laid back, gentle giant. This lovable Saint Bernard wants to be close to you to receive attention and will be your faithful companion.  This lovely lady deserves a cozy, loving home. She is good with dogs and kids, is house trained, and spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations.  Do yourself a favor and come meet Miss Daisy. Fill out our adoption application