Tuesday, July 19, 2011
This Week's Featured Adoptable: Duke
No dog in the world is sweeter than Sir Duke. Regal as his noble name, this two-year-old black lab loves to play, whether it's with a rope, a ball or even just a stick he finds in the yard.
Duke came to us from SLCO Animal Services and has really grown as part of the CWAC family. He's the smartest pup we have, mastering every trick and task effortlessly. He loves to learn and is always looking for the next opportunity to improve his skills or learn a new trick. He lives to please and would make a fabulous addition to any family. Duke is gentle and great with kids. He's house trained, walks perfectly on a leash and has impeccable manners.
Is there room in your home and heart for this amazing animal? If you're interested, contact Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-359-5595.
Changing Lives Through Canine Companionship
One in four Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans return home with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. More than four million healthy, adoptable animals will be euthanized in shelters this year. These dogs can provide an understanding, loving companion that can help these veterans cope with debilitating flashbacks by bringing them back to the present, therefore helping them re-assimilate back into civilian life.
Canines With a Cause brings shelter dogs and returned veterans together. Vets benefit from the healing companionship of the dog and shelter dogs' lives are saved by finding loving homes.