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Thanks to you, check out the noticeable results from Pawsitive Perspectives Assistance Dogs in Lakeville, MN: “We received 5,000 meals of Halo Spot’s Stew from Freekibble.com. It provided meals to our service dogs in-training. During the time the donation lasted, … Continue reading
Thanks to you, check out the noticeable results from Lost Our Home Pet Foundation in Tempe, AZ: “Lost Our Home Pet Foundation was lucky enough to receive 17,664 meals of Halo Spot’s Stew valued at $10,775.04. Halo Spot’s Stew was … Continue reading
Spending time volunteering at an animal shelter or rescue can enhance many pet lovers’ lives and Ashley, a 21-year-old autistic woman from the Boston area, is no exception. Ashley is a student at the New England Center for Children (NECC) … Continue reading
After three months at the Central Nebraska Humane Society, Rosie the deaf dog is going to her forever home with someone who understands her – Cindy Koch, who is also deaf. According to KCTV5, when Rosie first arrived at the … Continue reading
The Phoenix metro area is the 2nd worst place for pet homelessness in the U.S. In 2012, 90,000 pets entered the area’s shelters. While 100 pets got adopted each day, another 100 pets were euthanized. Those numbers didn’t sit well … Continue reading