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Blog the Change: Unite for Dog Rescue

For the past month we’ve been steeped in the beauty of dog rescue. It started with a visit to Glen Highland Farms, where we spent some time with Lillie Goodrich and learned about the miracles she’s working for homeless border collies.

Glen Highland Farm - Morris, NY

Our next stop was Kim and Tim Clune’s home. It’s been great hanging out with our good friends and meeting their two dogs and two cats – all rescues.

This One Wild Life

Photo Credits: Kim Clune

Millions of Pets Aren’t So Lucky

Bloggers Unite for Dog RescueWords can’t describe these gorgeous, happy, loving animals. Kim and Tim’s pets have found their forever home, and the border collies in Lilly’s care can rest easy knowing they have the picture-perfect place to stay until the right family finds them. But so many dogs and cats aren’t as lucky. To help them a little bit, we’ll be joining the blogging community on July 23rd for a global online event to raise awareness for dog rescue.

You Can Help, Too!

Mark your calendar for July 23rd and participate in the following ways:

  • Blog about a dog rescue related topic
  • Leave comments on your favorite blogs and share their links across your social network
  • Start conversations with your friends in person, on Facebook, or on Twitter about the importance of dog rescue
  • Adopt a companion: http://theshelterpetproject.org/
  • Donate to a local dog rescue organization
  • Foster a dog
  • Volunteer at a local shelter or rescue organization

No matter how you decide to take part, your effort will make a difference in the lives of homeless animals.

Thank You

Thanks to Blog Catalog, Dog Rescue Success and Be the Change for Animals for promoting this event. (Click their links for more on how to participate.) And, thanks to everyone who plans to take part!

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  • This is such a great cause! It’s exactly why we added Pet Profiles to our site- to not only connect with your community but help recover lost animals, connect and meet other pet lovers. Thanks for blogging and we would love to get involved in the online event! Let us know what MyVirtualNeighbor.com can do to help you, Amy!

  • Abbie Lang says:

    This is great! I will be sure to help spread the word :)

  • Thanks for working so hard to spread the word and put this together. I am so excited to be a part of such a positive movement!

  • Peggy Frezon says:

    It was great seeing how you and Kim are working together with the dogs, and seeing how your minds work together to come up with ideas such as this as we dined at Panera! I’m looking forward to July 23rd!

  • Very excited about the event on the 23rd! :)

  • Mel Freer says:

    Thanks so much for making this event happen Amy. You and Kim have done so much to bring attention to the plight of rescue animals everywhere. I am so excited about the event on July 23rd. It’s going to be huge!!! I am so very glad we are both on the BTC team. Mel FreerBetheChangeforAnimals.comNodogaboutit.wordpress.com

  • Kim Clune says:

    Thanks so much, not just for Blogging the Change for animals and promoting the July 23rd event, but for sponsoring 5 strays dogs at Dog House Adoptions! We can’t wait to share the full story behind that news on the 23rd!!

  • I’m so jealous that you got to visit Glen Highland Farm. That’s some work they do their to help homeless border collies, and less fortunate children too! Thanks for blogging the change for animals today and spreading the word about the upcoming event! :-)

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