The 2019 Small Paws® Rescue Spring Benefit Auction Is Now Open Through June 16, 2019!
Bid To Help The Rescued Bichons!!
Danbury Mint Bichon Frise Calendar – RARE!
Leading Bid$160 USD
Next Minimum Bid$170 USD
Make every day a great day with this perpetual calendar from the Danbury Mint.
The wooden display measures approx 18″W x 20.5″H x 3.5″D and has sawtooth hangers on the back for wall mounting.
It also stands up on its own, if you prefer.
The calendar comes with all 12 Bichons-By-Month along with some decorative tiles (Easter, Thanksgiving etc) and numbered plastic tiles.
Each monthly Bichon can be displayed on the other shelves.
This is first one I have ever seen in person and all I can say is WOW!!
This item was donated to SPR by Kim Swist Weglinski who very recently lost her beloved Bichon Frise “Augie”.
In memory of Augie
- Item Number 459
- Opening Bid $5 USD
- Next Minimum Bid $5 USD
- This crocheted Bichon is a one of a kind cutie. About 5″ tall in the sitting position.
- Made especially for the Small Paws auction
- by our own Director of Adoption, Bonnie Ferguson.
Bichon Garden Flags – Set of 12
- Item Number 358
- Leading Bid $30 USD
- Next Minimum Bid $35 USD
- Set of 12 Beautiful Bichon Garden Flags. One for each month of the year. These come from Willabee and Ward.
These flags have never been used outdoors, only displayed on my office wall.
Donated By: Shellie Salay
Online bidding began Sunday, June 02, 2019 at 9:00 AM, Central Time and will end Sunday, June 16, 2019 at 9:00 PM, Central Time!
It can be anything! New or gently used jewelry, clothing, Bichonly items or other canine couture!
Click Here to Donate Items Now!
Our Webmistress Extraordinaire is Jody Ferraro at email@example.com.
If you have any questions, Jody will be happy to help!
Thank you Jody for taking on this monumental labor of love, yet again.
On your mark! Bid! All For the Bichons!
All My Love, Robin
Dec 26, 1993~ Aug 30, 2006
When I first saw this beautiful picture of Cheri Sisco’s “Humphrey”, I thought it was truly the epitome of what we do, and why we do it. I wanted to use this black and white picture of Humphrey, taken only days before his death due to congestive heart failure, to let those who may be new to Small Paws, know what we do and why we do it. Without Small Paws, Humphrey would have never known love. He would have died in a kill shelter, sick and alone. Because of Small Paws, and Cheri Sisco, he lived, he loved, and he smiled.
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