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You hear us say it all the time, "100% of the net proceeds from your purchases are donated to shelters, rescues, and animal advocacy organizations." We invite you to get to learn more about the organizations and programs you help us support. Some of them you may be familiar with, others may be new to you. We are proud of the work they do!
We have been proud supporters of Bay Area rescue, education, and advocacy organization BADRAP for a number of years. Through our annual donations to them we’ve helped fund an addition to BADRAP’s rescue barn, a guest cabin for visiting rescue and shelter workers, and we helped purchase their spay/neuter van aptly named “The Nut Truck”. We continue to ﬁnancially support their FREE spay/neuter services for community residents through their “Keep ‘em Home Project”, a multi-faceted program assisting owners to keep their pets home and to keep them out of shelters.
Dogs Out Loud’s mission is to expand what dogs are considered “adoptable” at area shelters in their hometown of Austin, TX. They provide training, behavioral assistance, and high quality care to medium and large breed dogs in danger at shelters due to resource intensive behavior issues. With our donation this year DOL is providing in-shelter, in-foster training and enrichment supplies, volunteer training kits, group class materials, post-adoption care packages, and training scholarships to families who have adopted dogs through their program.
We have been supporting Safe Humane Chicago’s “Court Case Dog” program for a number of years, helping canine victims of abuse and neglect. We help fund this unique program that assists these dogs by giving them the needed socialization and training through play groups and activities with volunteers while they await rescue. Every Court Case Dog is also provided a lifetime of behavioral support. Safe Humane Chicago’s many programs, including work with students and veterans, intersect and intertwine, creating not only beneﬁts for animals in need but also fostering mutually supportive and humane community partnerships.