Monday, July 21, 2014

#PetCharityDonations Program
Grooming and Cleanup

by Carrie Boyko, CEB

You guessed it; we're back again to continue cleaning out the shelves of excess pet stuff that will benefit our local Petfinder rescue. And this time we're out to help the rescue make all the pups look and feel better. We've got first aid and personal care products, shampoo, and a handful of bandanas to top off their good looks when they head off to new homes.

If you're not already familiar with this donation program, I encourage you to read my introduction to #PetCharityDonations, so you'll be sure to know what you're entering. This is a win to donate type of program, with products going to Petfinder shelters, rescues and foster families.

Our last event brought 3 New Puppy Kits to our local Petfinder rescue. These bags included necessities like collars, pee pads, leashes, training treats, bowls and great goodies like Good Buddy treats. Here's a photo of the delivery:
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Upcoming #PetCharityDonations will include treat dispensing toys, harnesses, dog food, stuffing for Kongs and more. Can you tell I'm serious about cleaning out and donating? But I need YOUR help. By entering these giveaways, I can hand off these terrific pet supplies in your name so the rescue isn't confused by my overflowing coffers. LOL; they have at times asked where does all this loot come from!

So, jump right in and enter away using the Rafflecopter entry form you'll find at the bottom of this post. If it's napping out of sight, please just call it to you by clicking on the post title. It will come running. 

Entries will remain open through midnight, August 7. Winners will be announced on Friday afternoon, August 8. Winners will be notified by email. Thanks again for participating in #PetCharityDonations!



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Products being donated are either conference swag, unrequested review products or items we are unable to review. There has been no compensation to All Things Dog Blog for these products or donations. All donations will go to shelters, rescues and foster families. Badge artwork courtesy Peter Mooney via Flickr.com
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6 comments:



lauren s. said...

It helped us so much to get our puppy used to having her ears and teeth cleaned early on. It also doesn't hurt to distract her with some string cheese while brushing her!



lauren s. said...

To help our rescue pup get used to our home, we made sure she had her own space and blankets so she felt like she had a "nook" while we crate-trained her. Since she had separation anxiety, we would leave each leave a t-shirt that smelled like us in her crate and it REALLY helped to calm her down quickly after we left.



RitaMeow said...

Keep kitties in separate rooms at first to help acclimate



RitaMeow said...

My tip is too not stress too much! See your vet & follow advice and you'll do great!



♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

Tip: Slowly introduce your rescue pet to other members of the family until you see how they will react. Be firm but very gentle.
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

My tip is to understand that your rescue dog may have been through a lot of trauma/stress and he may not warm up to you for awhile -- give him time and patience.
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