Rescue Love February 2, 2015 12:22


It's February, and love is in the air! Love is even right in our slogan, "Love Your Dog". Needless to say, this is one of our favorite times of year. We love our friends, our families, our sweethearts, and of course, our pets! So we are bringing you a great selection of Valentine's Day goodies to help celebrate with your furry loved ones. You can shop our Valentine's treats HERE.

We also know it is a busy time of year, so we simplified things for you, AND we did it for the greater good! We can't help, but think of all those pooches who not only won't receive any Valentine's, but they don't even have someone to call their own. So, we created the Rescue Love Package. This is a combination of our best selling Valentine's treats and a toy that ships for free! With just one click you have the perfect way to say I love you in the mail. The dog at the door when the post man knocks is going to LOVE it! The truth is, so will the human who has to turn the door knob. The best way to anyone's heart, is through their dog! This has you feeling good right? How about we make you feel great? 

When you purchase our Rescue Love Package. You make a selection from four great animal charities to receive $4 dollars from your order. That really adds up! Free shipping, an awesome donation to charity, and the finest doggie Valentine's box around! We know, everyone is winning with this! Here is the cherry on top: The organization with the most support is going to receive our $100 Biscuit Bonus, there check will be tucked into a box of our Remedy Bones, both our Belly Rubs and Lavender Chamomile Calming Bones. These are two treats that every rescue needs to have in the pantry. 

So place your order and spread the word! You can find out who is in the lead and more about our February Events on our Facebook page. 

Who are you helping?

Clinton Humane Society                                                                                                                                      This humane shelter has made great strides to increase adoptions through beautiful volunteer photography, and stream lining their adoption process. They have also cultivated a relationship with their city's oldest low cost spay and neuter organization (Animal Birth Control, you will be hearing all about them next month). Check out the CHS website

Illinois Alaskan Malamute Rescue Association                                                                                                 IAMRA is a breed specific rescue who works to save wonderful Malamutes who are in need. They are run solely by volunteers and operate from foster homes for their rescued dogs. Not only do they help the Mals who are down on their luck, they provide vital resources to owners who need assistance with behavior and training. Who can resist a Malamute face? Not us! Take a peek at their dogs HERE

K-9 Kindness Rescue                                                                                                                                              K-9 kindness is an all breed rescue. We adopted our first blind poodle from them years ago, little Emma. They work with a lot of hard luck cases and have a great team of volunteers who work for the dogs! Since they accept dogs in need of medical treatment (strays with MegaE, heart worm positive dogs from pounds) they always have a need for a successful fundraiser! Visit there website HERE.

Pet Fix Alliance                                                                                                                                                        Charities like Pet Fix Alliance go straight to the root of the problem, affordable spay and neuter options! Based in Fulton Co. Illinois, they serve 5 surrounding counties. You won't find them on the internet, but you will find them doing good things for animals in need. When you select them as your charity, you know your donation will have a lasting impact. Information about there services and contact info is available HERE.

Feeling generous? Can't decide? We bet your can think of 4 dogs who love biscuits!