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Posted: Thursday, May 8, 2014 4:02 pm

Okay, I hope you are ready for this. We have a five-foot-by-five-foot oak entertainment center with glass doors and a cable organizing coupler on the back in our possession at the CCPAL Resale Store. 

Just imagine your TV encased in this baby when your friends come over to watch the Spurs win the championship or the Hill Country’s own Johnnie Football get selected in the NFL draft. And the hits don’t stop there, folks. No sir. The U.S. men’s soccer team made it to the World Cup Finals that takes place in June and the Astros and Rangers are just heating up for summer. This beauty would cost in the eight hundred dollar range at the furniture stores, but hey, we’re just trying to feed our shelter dogs, so we’ll let it go for two hundred or best offer – realistic offer that is. 

Here’s a heads up for all of you whose pet is due their vaccination. Mark your calendars because doctor B will have his trailer out front of our store on June 14 to take care of all of your best friend’s shots. Plan to be there by 10 a.m. if you want to get an early jump on everyone else. Remember, he finishes at 2 p.m. While you are there, come inside and pick up your Advantix Flea medicine – summer is here and you know what that means.  

Working with animals can be an emotional rollercoaster. There are times that cause your heart to swell with joy, like all the times you’ve watched deserving dogs go home to become part of loving families, and then there are others that drag you down into the pits of despair, like the one I am about to share with you. We have recently taken possession of three dogs with the names of, Wendi, Willie and Nelson. They appear to be wirehair something or others that came to us because their master, whom they loved very much, was placed in VA hospital with cancer. He was a disabled veteran that lost his home and has no family to care for his hairy friends. At our last adoption, all three were showing the signs of loneliness and Nelson was physically mourning. It nearly broke my heart. If I didn’t already have a house full I wouldn’t think twice about adopting them. Is there someone out there with a big heart?  

Take a good look at that cutie in the picture. Her name is Sophie. She is one-and-a-half years old and has been a guest in our kennels for six months now – that is long enough folks. She is one of the sweetest dogs we have. She gets along with other pets and loves children. Call us about Sophia, Wendi, Willie, Nelson or any other of our wonderful pets at 210-867-1769. 

Remember, all of our dogs have been neutered or spayed and come with all of their shots. We accept all major credit cards. I’ll make you the same offer that I did once before - adopt one of these animals and I’ll throw in a 40 pound bag of Purina dogs food from the store that should feed them for the first month.

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