Maggie 1994 - 2005


Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Picture of Maggie 1994 - 2005, a female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Home:Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Nicknames:
Judeal's Christine's Iron Lady, Moo, Maggs, Magaggie, Moo-bear

Quick Bio:
-purebred

Birthday:
August 25th 1994

Likes:
Sleep

Pet-Peeves:
Being woken up too early, not enough treats

Favorite Toy:
Anything that squeeks

Favorite Food:
Nutro's Natural Choice Lamb & Rice

Favorite Walk:
To bed...or along the beach

Arrival Story:
When I left my parent's home I wasn't allowed to take Saxon with me so my parents bought Maggie for me. She arrived from England at 12 weeks of age at Pearson International Airport. Customs "lost" her among another shipment and it took 4.5 hrs. to track her down. She's the most incredible little dog. Maggie died today, August 2, 2005. She was diagnosed with a brain tumour April 29. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and especially her sister, Guinness.

Bio:
www.staffordcanada.com

I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 6th 2004 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
34840


Meet my family
Guinness
1998-2005
JackSophie

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My Diary


January 21st 2009 2:57 am
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"DOLLARS FOR DOGS" 11th-HOUR COUNTDOWN TO JAN 31

RAISED $50,977 SO FAR…WITH…$16,023 TO GO…12 DAYS LEFT!

11th hour contributions show Canada-wide, dog-owner support as the Banned Aid Coalition seeks to raise immediate funds to pay outstanding legal fees and secure their day with the SUPREME COURT of Canada. The constitutional challenge of Ontario Bill 132, the “pit bull” ban, has not ended yet and is beginning to take its toll on the dedicated individuals so deeply involved.
Before close of business January 31, they must secure $67,000 or…it’s over and the door for breed specific legislation in this country will have been forever opened.

“It would be a travesty,” said Banned Aid Treasurer, Cathy Prothro “that after going so far with so much work from so many people, we couldn’t raise the money to secure our next steps to the Supreme Court of Canada.”

Having raised and paid $650,000 to date, Banned Aid, through the “Dollars for Dogs” campaign, looks to all dog owners as their front-line contributors and now as their last hope for rescue.

“Dollars for Dogs” encourages each and every dog owner to simply contribute $1.00…just one dollar for every dog you own. “Dollars for Dogs” hit the cyber world Saturday, January 11 as a last resort effort and it might just pay off.

The concept has taken flight and as of this post time, $50,977 has been contributed, with 12 days to go! Daily updates and contribution totals will be posted right here on the CKC website so you can see your efforts grow until the $67,000 goal has been reached or…time has run out.

To respond now with your “Dollar for Dogs” donation or even a single $1.00 contribution on behalf of the dogs you’ve loved, please use the Paypal donate button via www.doglegislationcouncilcanada.org or for larger contributions send directly to:


Clayton Ruby in trust for Banned-Aid
11 Prince Arthur Ave.
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1B2


If the Supreme Court hearing does not happen, then the door of breed specific legislation will be forever open. Help close the door.

 
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