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FIXED NOW!!
SORRY, the hyperlinks to the auction pages were wrong in the last email!  The cut and paste links work.
BUT the blue links down -- learning curve with our new newsletter system and I completely missed the fact that there was a SPACE before the URL that hosed everything up! Sorry, everyone, for taking up space in the inbox! 
Mark your calendars for a fun fundraiser to help our needy homeless dogs!

February 1-12 on Facebook!
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It's been more than a year since the very first Airedale Rescue Group auction and people are still talking about the great deals and cool Airedalia stuff. I can't wait to see what happens this time.

The annual auctions are a huge part of the ARG yearly budget. Heartworm and neglect cases are at an all time high and you know how expensive those are to treat.

The auction page is HERE:  
https://www.facebook.com/groups/185505205121647/

You can see the items up for auction in the photo album.
Here's the direct link:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/185505205121647/photos/

There's also a VERY SPECIAL FLASH SALE going on! Check out the oh-so-unique Airedale Jewelry right HERE:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10208592003141983&set=g.185505205121647&type=1&theater

Please come visit, donate, and bid! And invite your Facebook friends! It's always a tremendous amount of fun to watch the bids and comments flying. 

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Meet Dax and Eddie


That's Dax on the left, Eddie on the right!

Young Dax began his life on a chain and was told his name was Dumb-Dumb. Little did he know that a wonderful safety net would lead him from a buy-trade-sell website to a local rescuer and then into the care of Airedale Rescue Group. A talented trainer adopted Dax and easily taught him hand and voice commands. Then an unexpected event in the trainer’s life brought Dax back to ARG and to a second wonderful home with Albert and his Husky girl Sakura. They became great hiking companions until Sakura died suddenly.  

Albert and Dax were settling into their own rhythm when six year old Eddie came dancing into view. Albert leaped into action because he knew that Eddie’s having cerebellar hypoplasia meant he would need more – more love, more care, more patience. ARG volunteers worked with the shelter veterinarian and staff to spring Eddie and transport him to a foster home; within a week, Eddie was home.  He loves playing with Dax and hanging out with his dad and his family, who affectionately call him Special Ed.
 
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