Happy 9th Birthday to Faith the Dog!! She turned 9 recently (Dec. 22) and has less than one year to work before she officially retires. Faith will hopefully retire at the Ft. Lewis - McChord Joint AFB on her birthday next year. We're in the planning stage for the celebration. For those of you who wish to send Faith a present she likes Starbucks! JUST KIDDING!!! Please send your charible donations to either C.A.R.E. or RAGOM, both have buttons at the top of the site with addresses. Please say you are sending it in Faith's name!!
UNTIL SHE RETIRES: Faith will be available for shows and events on a very limited basis. For any and all information about dates and fees please contact me directly.
TEXT me (don't call) 317-410-3073 and let me know you are interested. You can also e-mail me through the BOOKING page on this site.This is the most recent photo of Faith, as you can see she's a bit older and we feel that it is in her best interest to work just one more year on the road. She deserves the rest and relaxtion - - but so far she's the first one out the door when she sees my suitcase! She knows we're flying somewhere, and that makes her smile. If you have a special event coming up please contact me soon, we're booking and it's VERY limited at this point. Thank you so very very much - those of you who have brought out out. Thank you to the men and women of our great country and our allies, those who keep us safe. We not only salute we, we HUG YOU!
Thank you Sue Manning and Manuel Valdez of the Associated Press for interviewing me, and for coming out to Seattle (Manuel) to video Faith in her element. We are truly blessed to be a part of the news coverage this holiday season (The story breaks December 16 worldwide) - - calling Faith's work a miracle and being so kind as to let the world know she is working hard to see as many soldiers as she can means a great deal to us. Faith's new book "FAITH WALKS" will be out around this time next year - - currently it is being marketed by our agent Ken Atchity of Atchity Entertainment International to many of the larger publishers such as Random House, Harper Collins, Penguin, Touchstone and Simon Schuster - - to be honest with you it hasn't been picked up just yet, but we feel that the love shown to Faith through the hundreds of newspapers and television stations who have already picked up the AP story - - that a publisher will soon welcome the book into their 2010 fold and you the reader will be treated to a unique and interesting book written in Faith's own quirky perspective. You have to know she sees things from her own point of view at times. Seattle based author Rudy Yuly and I are doing our best to capture Faith's stories as she relates them to us -- we're sure to find a few "dogged" details to be tongue-waggingly surprising - - it's just the way this dog is.
WITH GLAD HEARTS and songs of praise - - THANK YOU Associated Press for your love and genuine support of all Faith is trying to do for the world -- her message is just too important not to be told world wide. For more information on what Faith is doing RIGHT NOW please go to www.boardthefaithtrain.com and see for yourself how much fun this little dog really can be!! LOL
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