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  In this issue  
 
 
Bark In The Park
Getting Involved
Doggie Halloween
Success Story
Featured Furry Kids
Dog Of The Month
Who We Are
Facebook Us!
 
 
  Dog Of The Month  
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  ANGEL FACE Family dog, that's me! Good with kids, cats, other dogs - I don't like other dogs near my food, though, so I should eat by myself. Male humans make me a bit nervous, but I'm learning that they aren't scary at all. If you've got stuffed toys and bones to chew, I'll be the happiest angel ever! Click here to ask about me!  
 
  Who We Are  
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The Animal Placement Bureau is a volunteer foster care network with no paid staff and no sheltering facility. All of the dogs in our care live with our volunteers and become as much a part of their family as their own dogs.

P. O. Box 80146
Lansing, MI 48908
517.346.4505

 
 
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2011 Bark In The Park A Huge Success
example   The 2011 Bark in the Park took place on Saturday, September 24 at Delta Mills Park Pavillion in Lansing. The event was a tremendous success! Great contests, prizes and tons of fun - all for a great cause! The APB would like to extend a huge thank you to all the participants, volunteers and four-legged friends who made this day so special.

The day's activities included informational booths, doggie obstacle courses, dog contests, dog and human games, a raffle, rescue parade and lunch. Several lucky dogs took home Exceptional Dog Contest accolades in such categories as oldest, youngest, largest, smallest, most unique looking, cutest trick, best bark, best frisbee catcher, best tail wag, etc.

Participation in this event will help cover the costs of saving and caring for neglected, abused and abandoned dogs. Again, a huge thank you to everyone involved with this event! We look forward to hopefully putting on these event again next year.  
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Love Dogs? Volunteer.
example   Do you love dogs? Do you want to volunteer with the APB, but can't commit to fostering? There are plenty of ways to get involved! No matter how much spare time you have, you can make a difference. Helpful tasks include return phone calls, address envelopes, help with newsletters, organize fundraisers, transport pets to the vet, help with adoptions on Sundays, etc. Volunteering is the simplest way to make a difference in an animal's life. For more information, email us or call 517.346.4505.

Click here for a volunteer application.
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Doggie Trick-Or-Treating
example   Who said trick-or-treating was just for small children and teenagers trying to score free candy? Grab your furry friends and head to Old Town for the original Doggie Trick-Or-Treating and costume contest! This event takes place on Friday, October 28 from 4 - 9 PM on the corner of Turner Street and Grand River Ave.

Contact Jana for more information.
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Success Story Of The Month
example   Name: Zora (formerly known as Grizzly)
Adopted: June 16, 2011
Family: Clay + Andrea Archambault

Newlyweds Andrea and Clay both agreed their home was missing something... the pitter patter of furry little feet. After visiting a few other shelters, they came across a litter of unique four-month old puppies at one of the Pet Parades. Within the week, Zora (named for her Zorro-like mask) was adopted. 

"Zora is such an incredible addition to our family! We can't imagine our lives without her. Her crazy ears and inquisitive personality always keep us entertained, and at the end of the day, she's a great spooner!"  - Andrea

We'd love to hear your success story! Please send us your story and pictures for a chance to be featured in next month's newsletter.
  Featured Furry Kids  
 
 
Kingston
 
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American Pit Bull Terrier
 
Honeygirl
 
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Jack Russell Terrier mix
 
Bentley
 
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Shih Tzu
 
 
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