An amalgam of photos from our rescue flights this year 2010. Learn more about our non-profit organization Canine Rescue Flights at www.caninerescueflights.org… Continue reading
Archive for February, 2011
Adopt a Dog for the Holidays Rescue Dog starring in 2012 Super Bowl Ad Causes the SaveADogDay.org Movement to Surge
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2011
The Save a Dog Day organization has come up with a way to potentially save the lives of innocent cats and dogs by shining the spotlight on an epidemic of euthanasia that is all too common at our nations animal shelters. In order to bring awareness to the need for pet adoption during the holidays and beyond, SaveADogDay.org has enlisted the help of a rescue dog, named Sasha, who stars in a 2012 Super Bowl commercial called Good Doggie. The Save a Dog Day organization is dedicated to encouraging people to rescue dogs, sharing pet adoption success stories, as well as providing links to valuable information for those looking to adopt a dog.
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2nd Annual Run for the Paws 5K and 1 mile walk fundraiser for Brother Wolf Canine Rescue was held at Fletcher Park
Joe and the boys near the house.
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2010 was a very good year for animals. Here’s a look back at all The Humane Society of the United States accomplished this year. See Feature at: www.humanesociety.org… Continue reading
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) February 08, 2012
Sarah Bella is a singer-songwriter from Michigan with a rapidly growing YouTube fan base. Sarahs songwriting caught the attention of the film industry and she recently wrote the theme song for the film “Rancho D Amour.” Sarah Bella was named the winner of Detroits Got Talent and has started recording her EP in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sarah Bellas song captured my attention for several reasons, said Elizabeth A. Hoadley, CEO, The Sunshine Workshop. Not only is Sarah a unique songwriter with a beautiful voice, her song, In My Soul, captures the essence of the love that little Sweet Zara feels when she wears her Thanksgiving Coat. The tattered, but much loved coat, was mysteriously… Continue reading