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Needed: crates and slip leads

Plea for crates (situation: adoption events)

When foster dogs are unattended at an adoption event, they should be —

A. Milling about in with the crowd
B. Running amok in the shopping center
C. Tied to the nearest lamppost, bike rack, or table leg
D. Safely confined in a roomy crate, waiting their turn to shine

Please help us help them to shine. (And keep them safely sheltered until that point.) Donate a medium crate today. Our fosters will thank you for it!

Available on our Amazon wish list.

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Plea for slip leads (situation: adoption events)

When at adoption events, foster dogs are best walked —

A. In full monty: no coats, no collars, no leads
B. By being carried snuggly in your arms, like a baby
C. Fitted with regular collars and leads (ooops, catch that pup!)
D. On slip leads, so that even if a dog becomes excited or frightened, the lead stays firm and secure

Please help us keep them safe and secure — donate a slip lead today. Our fosters will thank you for it!

Available on our Amazon wish list.

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Plea for crates (situation: traveling)

When dogs are en route to adoption events, vet checkups, or foster homes, they should be —

A. Hanging out in the front seat, head at the window, catching some breeze
B. Excitedly hopping in and out of the driver’s lap (so snuggly!)
C. Jumping from front to back to front again, the better to see all there is to see D. Chillaxing in a roomy crate, waiting to arrive at their destination

Please help us keep them safe and secure — donate a medium crate today. Our fosters will thank you for it!

Available on our Amazon wish list.

Written for a local rescue organization