I don't know, I was just flopping around on this comfy dog bed....
Welcome to the Greyt Expectations Greyhound Rescue (GEGR) blog page! Here you will find information about our current foster dogs, events, and other information. We are located in Southern Maryland region and help racing Greyhounds into retirement throughout Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and the Washington, D.C areas! Whether you are looking for a 4-legged family member, a volunteer opportunity, or for new friends, we are excited you are here!
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Hi, everyone! FM has been busy this week which meant I was busy too. Following her around and making sure she doesn't need help is a full-time job when she's on a roll.
She was in the kitchen making venison meatballs the other night. Olive and I really wanted to help taste test them, but she wouldn't let us. We even showed her our wagging tails and cutest faces. #NotNiceFM #SharingIsCaring
The next day, FM had company and had to move our beds upstairs for the afternoon. When she let us come down, there was nowhere for me to lay. Everyone laughed at me, but I'm not sure why. I was using my sad puppy dog eyes on her. #ItDidntWork
Until next time!
xX Shaelee Xx
Saturday - There was an adoptathon at GHC, and I went along with 3 other pups. My furever family wasn't there so I'm back home with FM. I heard she makes homemade dog biscuits as treats for the pups at Christmas so I'm okay with spending the holidays here. Afterward, FM took me to Lowe's where I got to see all these new things I'd never seen before. I loved exploring and checking everything out.
Sunday - I went to St. Mary's College with Olive and Charger, and had puppy playtime with all of the students there. There were 4 rescues there to help the students destress before finals and learn about pet ownership and the benefits of pet rescue.
Selfies with the students.
Tux and I were checking out the Golden Retriever Rescue.
Hanging out getting some more love.
There's nothing better than good belly scratches.
Olive and I were tired after so much attention.
I think she's the best napping companion.
Olive, OJ, and me getting some attention from our parents.
How many greyhounds can you spot? Let's see (from front to back) there's Lola, Griff, Charger, me, AJ, and Tux.
It's been a busy weekend, but I had a lot of fun. I spent all afternoon and this evening napping. Being a social butterfly is tiring work. Until next time!
xX Shaelee Xx