This evening we have some very special news items in this edition ofPetProductDelivery.com News: 1) the PPD website has been updated to include 2 exciting new product lines, 2) I have a personal story that involves, my son, myself, and a wonderful organization I discovered in my search for a service dog for him, 3) a local breeder has fallen on hard times and now all of her breeding dogs and puppies are up for adoption, and, last but never least 4) Meet the Breed! Let's get started!
1) I have been trying to keep my promise to update thePetProductDelivery.com website to reflect our actual product offerings. This month you will find Bocce's Bakery on our Local Delivery - Products page and Super Snouts Hemp Company on the aforementioned page and also on our Online Store. Check it out!
Bocce's Bakery on our Local Delivery - Products page:
Super Snouts Hemp Company on our Online Store:
Call, text or e-mail an order of any 10 Bocce's Bakery or Super Snouts Hemp Company products (mix and match) and I will give you a 10% discount through the end of March.
2) I am usually reluctant to include anything personal in this newsletter, but I just had to make an exception this time. My son, Justin, has been pretty much housebound for the last several months due to an injury sustained back in 2016. In my search for a service dog for him, I happened upon a wonderful organization: Operation Overwatch. They rescue dogs from animal shelters and train them to work as service dogs for veterans and first responders, most of whom have TBI's and PTSD. Isn't that cool!? Save a dog, help a veteran. They call it "Healing at both ends of the leash."Operation Overwatch is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Service Dog training program started by Marine Corps veteran Kennelmaster Sgt Brice Cavanaugh. I felt very fortunate that they agreed to work with Justin. But, service dogs have to be trained, so they set up fundraisers on flipcause.com to help people like us forego some of the expense. I am humbled to offer this link (cut and paste into your browser bar if the link does not work):
Operation Overwatch Campaign for Justin:
To learn more about Operation Overwatch click here:
3) I recently learned from a rescue contact on social media that a Texas Chow Chow breeder had to surrender 15 adult Chow Chows to North Texas Chow Chow Rescue. 7 of the females came pregnant. So, there are a large number of adults and puppies up for adoption. At last count they had over 40.
If you have ever wanted a Chow Chow contact these folks:
FYI...Chow Chows are not for everyone. It takes a special kind of person to be a good fit. To learn more...
4) Meet the Breed: the Chow Chow
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Have a beautiful evening everyone!
Sandy Stutz NCMG