Thursday, March 15, 2007

Help Harnessed to Hope Win a $10,000 Grant!

Hey everypuppy, Harnessed to Hope Northern Breed Rescue needs your help! Harnessed to Hope is registered with SixDegrees.org, and the six charity groups who get the most donations (the highest number of donations, not the most money) will win a $10,000 grant!
Harnessed to Hope has had some sick dogs in the past year. Many foster dogs need routine vet care, and have to be spayed or neutered. Some foster dogs have gotten sick and needed to go to the vet. Two of the puppies recently had a bad virus and needed to go to the vet. The other day Yoji had a bad virus and had vomiting and diarrhea. The poor guy had to spend the night at the vet's, but he is at home and much better now. Some shelter dogs come into rescue injured or sick and need special care before they can be adopted out.

If you can donate $10 or more, you will really help Harnessed to Hope! Even if you can't donate, please forward this information to as many people as possible - the more donations Harnessed to Hope gets, the higher the chances are that they may win the $10,000!


6 comments:

  1. Ooooohhhhh, my human woman just got her annual bonus at work so I'm gonna go steal her debit card and make a donation! She won't mind though, she likes to give money to rescue groups!

    Holly

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  2. Aw, thanks so much Holly, give her kisses from me!

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  3. Thanks for dropping by my blog :-)

    There are so many great charities out there! I support two in the UK that work wth animals. I do hope that yours win the extra donation.

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  4. What a beautiful creature you are! I'll check out the charitity info.

    Here from Michele's!

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  5. Thanks for posting this, we'll help out for sure!

    Thrawn & the rest of The Brat Pack

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  6. Hello Indy Pindy

    Thanks for visiting my blog. It's good your mum has you on a natural diet too. Mum has a book on a Barf diet written by an Aussie vet and Dr Pitcairn's book and she uses bits out of both but she's been feeding her dogs, before me, a natural diet for the last 20+ years, with some dried food, because she was worried about the balance.

    Hobson's ears are starting to clear up and his skin is not so dry now, so the diet must be working.

    It is great what you and your mum are doing to rescue other beautiful Huskies like you. More humans have to do more to help us doggies, and thankfully some are doing this.

    My mum thinks you are very handsome. I'm not going to say this because I'm a boy.

    Bye for now from your Aussie friend, Hammer

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