Sunday, July 1, 2012

War Dogs

As the 4th of July quickly approaches, I'm moved to tears reading story after story about dogs (and some kitties!) being rescued from Afghanistan by caring soldiers. There is nothing sexier than a man with a soft heart who shows compassion for those who cannot take care of themselves, especially when in uniform! *wink wink* So to all our men and women serving our country in the armed forces or in our own backyard fighting fires, crime and animal abuse, I'd like to give you a shout out from the dog house rooftops and say thank you for all you do. And hopefully we can help you too! Please take a moment of your time to show your support by donating to these beyond worthy organizations. Thanks and let's give these war dogs a reason to celebrate Independence Day by coming home with their soldiers!
Click Here to Help Bring Rescued War Dogs Home

Just like our veterans, war dogs can also suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, most war dogs go undiagnosed and do not end up getting the care and rehabilitation they need. Thanks to legislation passed in November 2000, civilians can now adopt retired military dogs! Help these dogs by donating and consider adopting one, because you know there is always room for one more dog! They have so much love to give after giving their all to their country and so many soldiers wouldn't even be here without them.
Click Here to Adopt a Retired War Dog!

Happy Independence Day to our favorite two and four-legged soldiers!

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