Monday, May 4, 2009

May is National Guide Dog Month

For regular readers, I did warn you that I would be blogging a lot about guide dogs, after all, May is National Guide Dog Month. Today seemed like a good day to write another post about this fundraising effort. Keep in mind that 100% of the money raised will go directly to accredited, non-profit guide dog schools across the country. My company has teamed up with American Idol judge Paula Abdul and Dick Van Patten to raise awareness and money to support guide dog schools. (In this photo above left are Dick Van Patten, Paula Abdul and Jimmy Van Patten, with two guide dogs). There are three easy ways you can help:
1) Visit any Pet Co store and make a donation at the register in any amount.
2) Make a donation online in any amount- it's easy enough to do right now in fact!
3) Buy any specially marked bag of Natural Balance dog food with a sticker of Paula Abdul on it, and 50 cents for each bag sold goes to the guide dog schools.
Check out this video of Paula Abdul and Dick Van Patten about this Guide Dog fundraiser:

If you can't view the YouTube video above, try this blogger version below:

Thanks for watching these videos. Please take a moment to check out this info and make a donation, even just $5 would help.

-Rick Rockhill


Anonymous said...

I was able to view both just fine. great work on this cause.

snowelf said...

Such an absolutely noble cause!! I just donated to the walk for animals because my cousin (the one who works for your company) walked in it. Very cool!


Anonymous said...

What a great community service promotion!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Thanks for having the Blogger Version on your post---I can see YouTube Videos AT YouTube, but not on Blogs....Go Figure!

Thhis a wonderful campaign Rick, and it is so good to see Dickie....!

Diane J Standiford said...

Great posts. We have donated to guide dog school in Michigan for many years. I have know a guide dog or two and they steal your heart.

WAT said...

Ok Paula, since you have displayed such affection towards the little puppy dog aminals then I salute thee. So there.

Seamus said...

These service animals are truly amazing dogs. There are several in my dad's building and it is fascinating to watch them work.

grace said...

warned us you did, and I warned you I would not tire of these posts!!! :)
wonderful wonderful videos.

dogs rules xo

kellie said...

Do they all have cold noses? What precious, smart pups!

Desert Songbird said...

Wonderful, worthy cause.


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