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Bully Blast!

The ladies from The Pet Doctor in the beer playoffs

Thank you to all that participated in our second annual Bully Masters Golf Tournament, In Memory of Fay.  We had a great time, great food, and a great location at Country Lake golf course in Warrenton MO.  Next year we are thinking about having two tournaments, one in late spring in Warrenton and one in St. Peters in the Fall.

I want to thank Linda H. for all the nice prizes and excellent raffle items, as well as for finding sponsors so we could have free soda and water this year.  Next year will try to find a sponsor for the “adult” beverages too!

Good times on the green!

Larry M. was the lucky winner of a pass for a behind-the-scenes tour at KMOX Sportsline. Peggy won the Blues package and gets to go into the KMOX booth during intermission.  Rick was the lucky winner to St. Albans Golf Course and won a round of golf with the golf pro.  Rick, after your lessons we expect you to win the $10,000 prize for a hole in one next year.  Matt G. won the door prize, two tickets to a Cardinal game in section 156.  Rick won the Rams package so we all hope that the Rams have a good season. Neil won a weekend stay at Tan-Tara Resort. And the list goes on: a lucky couple are going to see Sammy Hagar, another couple won a week in Branson MO, and some lucky person will now be even luckier after winning the lucky mirrored bowling ball.

Bust dogs Ellie and Smiley King Elvis were in attendance too.  They smoozed with the golfers and exchanged opinions about how good life can be for rescued victims of dog fighting. Many thanks to all who came out to support us!

Sir Reginald Farnsworth III in New York Times

Gale and Sir Reginald Farnsworth III are part of an article on the Canine CODIS project, published in the Sunday June 27, 2010 edition of the New York Times. Way to go Sir Reginald! You’re doing an awesome job representing victims of dog fighting and changing minds about bust dogs.

Bully Masters Golf Tournament: Sunday June 27, 2010

The Second Annual Bully Masters Golf Tournament will be held this Sunday June 27, 2010 at the Country Lakes Golf Course in Warrenton, MO. Please come on out to support the bully breeds even if you don’t golf! We will have great prizes including $10,000 for a hole in one, getting your picture with Smiley King Elvis driving a golf cart, and a host of fun swag bag items. We also have FANTASTIC raffle items including:

  • Two tickets to see Sammy Hagar
  • Seven tickets to see River City Rascals
  • A behind the scenes tour of KMOX and you get to sit in-studio during Sports Open Line on a mutually agreed upon date.
  • Two tickets to a Blues game in the 2010-2011 season and a visit to the press box during intermission on a mutually agreed upon date

And let’s not forget the BBQ, beer, and soda. The entrance fee is $75 per person and includes golf cart, eighteen holes, and luncheon. Contests include “Hole-in-One,” “Closest to the Tee,” and “Longest Drive.” Registration is from 7:00 to 7:45am and shotgun start is at 8:00am. BBQ luncheon after tournament. Please RSVP to (314)306-MUTT or via email at muttsnstuff@yahoo.com. All proceeds will benefit Mutts-n-Stuff.

“Mutts” Meets “Our Pack”

Our Pack,  Inc.I needed a vacation.  Just get away from St. Louis and breathe fresh air.  After much thought I decided it was time to travel to the San Francisco Bay Area to meet my mentor from the Stoddard and the Big MO busts… Marthina McClay, founder of Our Pack, Inc. We had a blast!  We visited the Humane Society of Silicone Valley and saw the most wonderful set up for socialization and training of the shelter dogs.
I also went to the Our Pack fundraiser at La Fondue.  I saw Tracey again, who had traveled to Saint Louis to assist with the Big MO bust dogs, and I met all of the volunteers from Our Pack.  It was so nice to be welcomed by such a warm and wonderful group of people.  While I was there, I also met  Megan Webb and Martha Cline from Oakland Animal Services. I was facinated by their care and love of the animals in their charge and impressed by all they do to ensure their adoptions.  What a dynamic pair wanting to make a difference for the APBT!
My favorite time was just sitting at the patio table and watching the dogs play.  Pure poetry to watch happy dogs having a great time.  Next thing I know, it was time to go back home. I feel so lucky to have a wonderful friend and to meet so many new ones.

Bully Bash Was a Blast!

Fastes Dog: Rico received a citation for going over the speed limit of 10mph.

If you missed the 4th annual Bully Bash, you missed a bow-wo-wonderful time.  There was plenty of fun and games for all of the two and four-legged attendees.
Bully Bash Flyer
The body/face painting booth was the place to be for a cool design on your face or fur.  The food eating contest which pitted dogs against their owners, was a crowd pleaser.   The owners were glad they didn’t have to eat dog food.   The dogs didn’t seem to care.

Bully Bash Flyer

Great baskets were won from the raffle as well as great attendance prizes. We were so happy that many dogs tested and successfully passed to earn their Canine Good Citizen designation.

Bully Bash  Flyer

Next Year – A New Location! A major change for next year’s event will be a change in location.  While the exact location has not been detemined, it will be a more easily accessible location.  Be sure to watch our monthly newsletters for information on all the changes.
A great, big, heart-felt “thank you” to all those who attended and participated.