Monday, July 23, 2012
It's time to vote for the best dog grooming place in Shelby Township and Utica so we can finally determine the Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.
When Patch asked for people’s opinions on the best Sushi place in Shelby Township and Utica, you responded. We listened, and you have told us your top choices are: Don't forget you can review the businesses above and other local businesses in our Patch directory. Now we're asking for a little more help to finish off the contest. Cast your vote in the poll below by August 17 and help us decide who's best. Whichever business gets the most votes will not only win our Readers' Choice award, but major bragging rights. Make sure you're signed up for the Shelby-Utica Patch Newsletter to find out how else you can support your favorite institution in the Readers' Choice contest.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Wag 'N' Tails looking for cutest Shelby dog Oct. 29 during annual Halloween Costume Contest.
Who can resist the sight of a dachshund—also known as a wiener dog—dressed in an Oscar Meyer hot dog package or a Chihuahua dressed as Hugh Hefner? I certainly can’t. That’s why I’ll be one of five local celebrity judges at Wag ‘N’ Tails annual Halloween Costume Contest on Oct. 29. The contest will be from 1 to 3 p.m. and the whole community is welcome to bring their dogs dressed in their finest, most clever Halloween costumes. Pet owners are encouraged to bring their friends and families to cheer on their dog as they walk the runway. Kids can come dressed up as well to kick-off the Halloween weekend with some Wag Trick-or-Treating. The following celebrity judges will be in charge of judging each category. Wag N Tails Owner Christine Fox …
Friday, September 2, 2011
Some good news, Shelby and Utica! A weeklong search for Rusty the Labradoodle has come to a happy ending.
Rusty, the 20-pound runaway Labradoodle that has been missing for more than a week after running out an open door at Shelby Township Groomer Wag 'N' Tails Dog Activity Center, has been reunited with his family. A couple leaving for vacation early Friday morning spotted Rusty outside their home on 28 Mile and Campground roads and called his owner, Sally Williamson, and the grooming center. Williamson, the search team and a nearby neighbor took her beagle for a walk in the area where Rusty was spotted and the beagle was able to sniff Rusty. Rusty was found playing and immediately ran into Williamson’s arms, according to Wag 'N' Tails owner Christine Fox. More than a dozen volunteers had joined Fox in the search for Rusty. There have been …