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Welcome to Winning Duncan Over! You will find in these pages the story of a Shetland Sheep dog who spent 8 years as a puppy mill stud dog before being rescued. Duncan's rescue is only the beginning of the story however. A great deal of time, work, love and patience is needed to turn an abused puppy mill dog into a happy and healthy pet, and that is the story told here. If you would like to read Duncan's full story I recommend that you start in the Archives at the left with February 2007 - when it all began for me, Duncan's guardian. Thank you for visiting Duncan's site, and please tell a friend!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


To all my friends at Kansas City Sheltie Rescue: I am not avoiding you by not coming to the Adopt-A-Pet days. I really really want to come. But I know if I do that I'm in serious danger of giving in to my Multiple Sheltie Cravings. I want another Sheltie again! Remember, Little Debbie snuggled her way into being adopted by curling up in my lap at Pecto. I can't resist! I'd love to get a Blue Merle. Maybe a puppy. But I just can't right now! I've got to make myself wait until after the wedding and then get into a bigger house! Oh but I want one now!

posted by Tatha at 10:00 PM
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

We totally understand, Tatha! Congratulations on the wedding. You might join us at the Snake Saturday Parade. Should be a BLAST. Our float will be something to behold, with real people hanging out in the flower garden, the woods and of course the pub! It is March 13th!
Much luck!
Take Care.


9:56 PM  
Anonymous Tatha said...

Duncan and I will be there with bells on!

9:59 PM  

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