On the day before Valentine’s Day, Fred Langworthy, wrote a Valentine to Brownie and to the people of Daytona Beach. “Stories about Brownie will be told in Daytona Beach long after the beloved Community Pet has gone to that Happy Hunting Ground where all dogs find their eternal rest.” Notes: Lots of stories showing how… Continue reading February 13, 1949: A Valentine to Brownie, the aging canine patriarch of Daytona Dogdom
Notes: Heart worms were not treated as often in the 1950s as they are today, but Brownie was treated a few times. This particular treatment was a series of 14 shots and was rapidly draining his bank account. This article claims he’s 14 in 1952, so it’s getting clear that every reporter is guessing at… Continue reading May 11, 1952: Brownie has heart worms again and needs more funds!