Author: Philip D
A warm thank you to our readers and supporters in this mission. After making a few phone calls, we found a near by shelter who was more than happy to accept the rest of the sweaters. We have been asked by email and on my blog more than once about an address to send donations. We have given a great deal of thought to ways to get more sweaters to dogs everywhere. Here in our small hometown we only represent a small corner of the country. The winters are nice compared to many chilling places up north and throughout.
After talking to other shelters just in our area I can only imagine what dogs go through every winter all over the United States (US). It’s obvious we have (unexpectedly) stumbled upon a HUGE issue that should be addressed.
The question lately has been…how? How do we address such a large-scale issue? Well I think we have found the answer. I believe with the help of other caring dog lovers and our friends and the friends of friends we can accomplish an amazing thing.
And, while we may be venturing in new territory I am not at all skeptical of the compassion that exist through our blog readers and many more pet lovers through-out out this country. The key has always been to build a bridge between the dogs and the people that are willing to help them.
So it is with this blog that we have decided to expand our mission beyond the scope of our small town and invite others to reach out from all over.
Here’s how you can help:
Send us your old sweaters and we will recycle them and distribute them to animal shelters all over the us so that dogs just like the ones we’ve already helped don’t have to suffer through the cold winter (the smaller the better). I’m sure if you dig around your closet you can find a sweater or two that you never plan on wearing again.
Send your old dog sweaters to the following address:
PO Box 19071
If you DON’T have any old sweaters:
Then pass this blog to someone who does!
Do you have a friend or family member who has a passion for animals beside yourself? Then simply copy and paste the URL below in an email and ask a friend or family member to visit this blog so they can help too!
Here is your chance to give back for the holidays and help save thousands of dogs from a freezing winter!
Thank you all for your support in this mission. And I’m sure the dogs will thank you too!