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At Rescue Buddy Boarding & Beyond your dog will feel right at home while you are away. With 1/4 acre fenced yard to play in, your pup will have lots of fun. Overnight stay is $30 and daycare is $15. We also offer a free foster dog slot and reduced overnight rates to local rescues. We are committed to helping homeless dogs. While volunteering with Pet Haven we have fostered 82 dogs and counting. We are changing the world one dog at a time. laura.leonard55@gmail.com

Friday, December 18, 2009

Keep the Red Lake puppies alive this winter

This is Clarence, the puppy that almost froze to death last week at Red Lake Rosie's Rescue. He is on his way to good health thanks to the loving care of Karen Good at RLRR. Every sick puppy takes twice as long to clean up, water, and feed each day. Karen already has so much to do along with working at her teaching job three days a week. To help Clarence and puppies yet to come to the shelter Karen needs to hire someone to help her do the chores.

If you said I wish there was something I could do well here is your chance to do it. And in the warmth of your own home. The Clarence Fund will collect funds through the end of the year to pay for a worker to help Karen this winter.

The goal would be to have a helper for 5 hours a day 5 days a week at $10 an hour for three months. That is $1000 a month-$3000 total. That is just not that much money and it would mean the world to Karen. Rescue Buddy Boarding will start it off with $250 for the first week. Can anyone match this? Or $50 for one day? Even an hour's pay of $10 would be greatly appreciated!

Please make checks out to: Red Lake Rosie's Rescue. Mark Clarence Fund in the memo.

Mail them to: Rescue Buddy Boarding
2211 Pierce St Ne
Mpls, MN 55418
Checks will be mailed all together to Karen in two weeks. Please get the checkbook out now while you are thinking about it and help Karen keep the puppies from freezing this winter. It will warm your heart and their paws. Thank you from all the puppies yet to come to Red Lake Rosie's Rescue.

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