Huge thanks to all the wonderful organizations who have come together to become one incredibly loud voice for the voiceless.
Together, we CAN change the course of history for shelter animals!
Having worked in the nonprofit arena for many years as the director for One Child At A Time (an international aid and adoption organization), and also as a board member for Children’s Charities of America, Jodie possesses a skill set ideal for leveraging dollars into the most efficient action possible to save the greatest number of dogs.
Thanks to 1-800-PetMeds for their generous donation of supplies. Visit their website to get great deals on pet supplies, vitamins and the same medications you get from your Veterinarian at a discounted price. Even better – they offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! [Click to Visit]
Announcement from Signature Pet Products: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Animal Aid USA. Animal Aid is a non-profit organization that rescues animals from kill shelters & unwanted home situations & relocates them to loving homes in the Northeast.
They also raise money for spay/neuter programs in low-income areas & aim to end animal cruelty. We support animal adoption and encourage you to do the same by partnering with Animal Aid USA or rescues in your area and help their fight to improve the lives of animals today. While at your local pet store, ask about Signature Pet Products adoption program which makes free food available to newly adopted pets.” [Click to Visit]
The company donates 5% of net sales to Animal Aid to support spay and neuter in low income areas throughout the United States. [Click to View]
Royal Treatment, a line of luxury pet products, together with Royal Pet Club, helps provide animal awareness throughout the United States. Specializing in the importance of controlling pet population, a portion or Royal Treatment sales is funded to support spay and neuter. [Click to View]
Mural artist Ellen has been interested in animal rights since she was young. Through social networking, Ellen discovered horse slaughter plants in Mexico and Canada and set out to dedicate her life to speaking for these gentle creatures. She bought a 31 acre farm in Weekstown NJ. Due is a large part to the economy, people are not able to afford their horses anymore. They are sometimes sent to auctions, not realizing that horsemeat can now be sold for $1.10 a pound. About 1200 American pet horses are slaughtered inhumanely EVERY week.
In December of 2009 Ellen founded South Jersey All Breeds Horse Rescue and has rescued 25 horses from meat pens and from SPCA cruelty cases. The horses are rehabilitated, re-trained, if necessary and adopted out to good homes. Ellen has selflessly lent her incredible talent of mural painting to the mobile medical unit that was donated in GA, as well as the “Amazing Grace Bus”, featuring animal lover’s sponsored pets.
For more information on Ellen’s artwork please call 609-965-0274