COMPLETED with 1036 postcards received! Here's The Pet Postcard Project's food raiser campaign for November and December, 2011! Royal Canin has generously pledged $1500 of their quality food to Animals Rule shelter in Los Angeles!
Pet Postcard Project
676A Ninth Ave.
New York, NY 10036
About Royal Canin: Royal Canin is not your average pet food company. Since our inception in 1967, we have been forerunners in health nutrition because we do things differently. What makes us different is what makes us better. Superb nutrition based solely on science benefits the pet. Read more about Royal Canin's pet food philosophy.
Greg Kleva is spearheading the campaign! He has the important responsibility of encouraging his fans to send in their homemade postcards. Postcards = Royal Canin pet food for Animals Rule!
Greg Kleva is a professional Dog Behavioral Therapist and Master Trainer with Bark Busters Home Dog Training. Greg hosts 'It's A Dog's Life' on Martha Stewart Living Radio on Sirius XM 110. He also makes appearances on TV and in print.
The PM2 Dog Aglitiy Team is proud to be this campaign's spokesdoggies. The team features canine athletes of all sizes, shapes and breeds (some are rescues, some are purebreds) and they compete all over the USA in dog agility events. They are thrilled to have the chance to help their favorite rescue group, Animals Rule Placement Foundation (San Pedro, CA) earn some food for the dogs that haven't found their forever homes yet. Team members Kokomo and Scout hail from Animals Rule so they have a special connection and really want to do their best to win the prize. You can learn more about PJpupp, Magi, Mojo, Gigi, Rickie Roo, LC, Chili Dog, Mushu, Perry, Gidget, Kokomo, Scout, Aimee, Ollie, Hobo, Mason, Willis, Porter, Beau and the handlers of the team at PM2DogAgility.com.
Animals Rule Mission Statement: Our primary goal is to remove dogs in danger of being euthanized from shelter environments and foster them until permanent homes are found through our adoption program. We believe in the spay and neuterof all animals, regardless of breed, in order to aid in the prevention of pet overpopulation. We provide our dogs with shelter, proper veterinary care and any necessary rehabilitation. Our dogs come to us from a variety of different sources. Most of our dogs are rescued from our city and county shelters, others are strays, neglected, or abandoned due to bad economic times.