Please help us with this campaign for MATCHING FUNDS. Our last campaign for dog food did not reach goal, and we had some setbacks with the pallet . . . it took 11 days to get here and several bags had fallen off during transit with most of the dog food emptied. So we had to cut into our reserve which nullified the savings we were expecting. Just another adventure, and we are still grateful for this program and to all the people who support us.
The next pallet is scheduled to ship mid-May so we will probably and hopefully receive it no later than the last week in May. From experience it takes about 3 weeks for a #youcaring campaign to meet a set goal.
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If you would like to donate via check, make it payable to EXTRAORDINARY DOGS INC. and mail to:
Extraordinary Dogs Inc.; POB 1165; Capitan, NM 88316
You can also use the Paypal “send to friends and family” feature by using our paypal email account: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extraordinary Dogs Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity. Our mission is to provide rescued “death row” dogs with the skills and training to help them become extraordinary canine friends for life to their adopted family. We are a training and enrichment facility that focuses on the emotional intelligence and resilience of all dogs, especially those who have been discarded. All donations are tax deductible and applied to the direct care of our dogs. Thank you for your support and kindness!
Decompression does not follow a straight-line trajectory. It’s more like a hilly road with bumps, valleys, plateaus and peaks. It takes time, patience and understanding for decompression to be effective, and the timeline is different for each individual, dog or human.
Even the expert canine nutritionists can’t agree among themselves on the best ingredients or even the percentages of fat, protein and carbohydrates.
If you are even bothering to read this e-book, you should be commended because you at least care enough about your dog and his/her health to research your dog’s kibble.
As a canine behavior specialist and professional dog trainer, I work with clients who adopt rescue dogs from various places, and just when the dog is beginning to get “comfortable,” they want to return the dog because he or she is not “perfect” or is not as originally presented.
There’s a reason that I refer to my life on my little farm as a “one woman circus.” Nothing is simple and everything is an adventure, sometimes one I would have gladly skipped. For as long as I can remember, even as a child, I would embark on some project that should have been simple to complete, but because of a “what if” mentality, something I’m sure I inherited from my mother, turns into an almost newsworthy event.
Most of my memories of Lucia are written in my special, private journal . . . a place where Lucia and I have our conversations. It has been a big step in helping me heal my heart to some extent, at least enough to be able to function. If we’re wise enough to live in the moment with our pets, we have so many significant days. Cherish every minute they are willing to give you . . . they are gone from this plane of existence much too soon.