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Rescuers really get to see the difference you can make, hands-on, for both the dog and it’s new family! Continue reading
This month, to honor our founding fathers, please take some time to consider how you can create positive change. Simple acts of just speaking up for our “best friends” and educating others about how to end neglect and abuse will create waves. With enough waves we can create a tsunami of compassion that ensures a future without chicken wire cages for breeding companion animals. If you need some ideas or inspiration regarding taking the first step forward, please download Happy Tails Books’ free Mill Dog Manifesto eBook. Continue reading
My goal is to deliver a memorable performance at high schools, colleges, churches, etc. across the country. Ultimately I expect the performance to inspire some to use their own special talents to assist with animal advocacy efforts (or whatever other causes they are passionate about). People should leave the performance also understanding the connection between puppy mills and pet/internet shops that sell animals, the difference between a reputable breeder and a puppy mill, and the important role shelters and private rescues play in helping our furry friends. Continue reading