San Diego is truly the America’s Finest City and when it comes to dog friendly it measures up as well. Several San Diego businesses including My Perfect Pet in Poway, Wag’n Tails in Coronado, The Buried Bone in Poway and Collared Scholar with several training schools in the county, are offering their services to make the “Bail out a Dog Program” a successful way to add your new best friend to your family.
It’s a great opportunity for those who have been looking to adopt a dog and add that special relationship in their lives but find the initial adoption fees that come with with it to be more than they expected. The program allows people who really have the time and space to give a rescue dog the attention and love they need the help to get started on the right paw.
The Collared Scholar has been one of the spear head to this program is ready to kick off their Animal Welfare Outreach Center. With the current state of the economy, lay offs and foreclosures abound, pets are feeling the crunch. Homeless pets are inundating the shelters at an alarming rate and many will never make it out alive. Rescue groups are at critical capacity and cannot keep pace with the constant flood of homeless pets reaching out to them for help. In San Diego alone, there are hundreds of dog rescue and animal welfare groups that are struggling to stay afloat as they try desperately to help the staggering number of homeless pets in the shelters. In an effort to help the fight, the trainers of The Collared Scholar are opening a new Animal Rescue Outreach Center designed to offer low cost training to dog owners while raising funds for non-profit rescue and animal welfare groups.
San Diego Dog Events
DogTread Super Bowl Game Day Walk or Run
Sign up from and join in with your dog from your own neighborhood then spend the afternoon cheering for your favorite Super Bowl Team…. Go Packers 🙂 of course you can root for the other team too if you want! Our dogs are just for the Packers!
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