Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Future Rescuers At Work!



In the past couple of weeks we've had local students doing their part to help dogs in need or educate their local communities!  We are honored that these students are doing their part and showing that everyone can make a difference no matter how young, or old, they are.


We love when kids want to make a difference! We'd like to give a special shout out to five 5th graders from Luther Elementary in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. Last week, they held a fundraiser at their school for Paddy's Paws. They did a fantastic job and raised $373.70!!! Donnie, a Paddy's Paws puppy, even made a special appearance to say hi. A big thank you to these future rescuers!

We love when kids get involved and want to make a difference! The "Wildebeest" class at Kid's Safari Learning Center in Cottage Grove held a fundraiser and collected some items for our Paddy's Paws' pups and fosters. One of the teachers who had worked with the students shared that the kids are always asking about dogs and want to hear stories of saving dogs.



A young family member of one of our volunteers supplied the voice-over for a video from the  Protect Wisconsin Waterways "101" Series with a video explaining how to properly pick up after your dog.





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