Thanks to the online pet pharmacy, 1-800-PetMeds, for their product donation! Thank you to 1-800-PetMeds for the care package of products for our Hero Dog Teams. It is much appreciated.
We have 2 new Hero Teams in the making. Be looking for updates in the Meet our Team Section as we post their bio and pictures. The 2 new teams are Gloria & Lizzie and Mark & Ginger. They are on their way to being fully certified teams. Both have been working hard in obtaining their certifications. Look for them at some of our upcoming events. Dogs Helping Heroes is asking you to Save the Date, November 9, 2017 6pm-9pm. We will be hosting the first "Be at Ease" event. Details and tickets sales [...]
TIme for some Spring cleaning!! Dogs Helping Heroes is participating in a shoe drive fundraiser. By collecting gently used or new shoes, we can raise money to help more dogs and heroes. This is a great way to raise money without asking for monetary donations. Simply clean our closets and ask friends/relatives for the shoes they no longer wear. The shoes need to be wearable without holes. Our initial goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes. For this we will receive $1000.00. We think that we can surpass this goal and raise more [...]
@maxandneo Thanks so much to Max & Neo Dog Gear for their wonderful donation of leashes, collars and toys to our organization. They donate dollar to dollar to rescues for every item you purchase from them. Please consider shopping from them for your dog's needs. The products they sent are excellent in quality.
Wyatt and Julie had a great lesson! Wyatt, sporting one of our supporters new patch. Many Thanks to Sav-A-Step for assisting us in rescuing dogs and helping heroes! Wyatt and Julie were practicing There and Support commands! There is used to direct a service dog to lie down and stay wherever the hero needs. Support is a multifaceted command that assist in creating a tangible barrier between our hero Julie and any person that is getting to close. Support can also be used for stability and mobility needs for Hero Julie. Good Boy Wyatt! [...]